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Education

Chamber accepting scholarship applications
Chamber accepting scholarship applications

The Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce's Business & Education Coalition is accepting applications for a handful of scholarships through Wednesday, April 12.

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Gerber to bring 'space music' to CU
Gerber to bring 'space music' to CU

Live space music pioneer and Nashville music scene trailblazer Tony Gerber will perform at Cumberland University on Thursday, April 13, at 7 p.m., with a pre-concert discussion at 5:45 p.m. about art, technology and performance in the virtual world.

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Jennings to receive highest award in Girl Scouting
Jennings to receive highest award in Girl Scouting

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee recently congratulated Wilson County's Allison Jennings for earning the Girl Scout Gold Award - the highest achievement in Girl Scouting.

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LSSD plans emergency safety workshop
LSSD plans emergency safety workshop

Representatives from the Lebanon Fire Department, Lebanon Police Department, Wilson Emergency Management Agency (WEMA) and Wilson County Sheriff's Department will take part in a free safety-centered workshop hosted by the Lebanon Special School District (LSSD) on Monday, April 10.

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John Sloan - Outdoors

Sloan debuts three books
Sloan debuts three books

The Wilson Post's award-winning outdoor writer John L. Sloan recently debuted a trio of books on Amazon Kindle. "The Empty Chair," "Memories in a Dying Fire" and "Leaving Saline" are all now available on the Amazon Kindle store.

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Business

Bellamy joins Neal & Harwell
Bellamy joins Neal & Harwell

Mt. Juliet resident Christopher M. Bellamy has joined the law firm Neal & Harwell, PLC, as an associate.

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Charter memberships available at The Pavilion
Charter memberships available at The Pavilion

The response to The Pavilion Senior Living's charter membership has been remarkable, according to Heather Nicholson Sadler, marketing director.

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Cookston earns PLCS designation
Cookston earns PLCS designation

J.M. Insurance Agency in Lebanon recently announced Kerri Beth Cookston has earned her Personal Lines Coverage Specialist (PLCS) designation.

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First Freedom Bank promotes Morris
First Freedom Bank promotes Morris

Laura Morris has been promoted to operations officer and loan operations manager at First Freedom Bank, according to John Bradshaw, president and chief operating officer.

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Pleasant Grove Dental to host Free Dentistry Day
Pleasant Grove Dental to host Free Dentistry Day

Residents in Mt. Juliet and surrounding communities will have the opportunity to receive free dental services at Pleasant Grove Dental on Friday, April 21.

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General Lifestyle

'Little Moe' captured hearts, images of Granville
'Little Moe' captured hearts, images of Granville

A half-pint in stature but with a giant of a heart inside, 22-year-old Vincent B. DeNardo arrived in Granville on July 4, 1943, one of a thousand G.I.s who trained in the area for World War II. Affectionately nicknamed "Little Moe," the Philly native returned for more than 20 autumns once the war was over. He brought his camera, and by the time he stopped snapping, he had taken more than 1,000 photos of the quaint Jackson County village that nestled beside the Cumberland River.

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General Sports

SOCCER -- Results from April 4
SOCCER -- Results from April 4

WCHS 3, Beech 0
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central tuned up for Friday's District 9-AAA match at Station Camp with a 3-0 home win over Beech Tuesday.
Keeper Kellen Lively rejected four Buccaneer shots as the Wildcats improved to 7-1 on the season.
Si Gutierrez scored at the 20-minute mark, then Ruben Arredondo found the back of the net off a pass from Gio Rayo in the 39th minute.

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