6 pm Friday, March 10 at Immanuel Baptist
A pair of baseball luminaries will be on hand as Lebanon High celebrates the opening of the 2017 season with a "Leadoff Dinner" 6 p.m. Friday, March 10 at Immanuel Baptist Church.
Legendary Middle Tennessee Steve Peterson, a recent inductee into the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Hall of Fame will be the keynote speaker and LHS Sports Hall of Fame coach Brent Foster will be presented with the inaugural "Blue Devil Legacy Award".
A group of veterans and citizens formed to raise funds to assist military service members and their families place a name on the Wilson County Veterans Plaza monument walls will host its fourth annual breakfast fund-raiser on Saturday, Dec. 10.
Knox Swindell, age 2, examines a bag of M&M's the little Yoda collected during the Fall Family Fest at Immanuel Baptist Church Sunday afternoon. Tracy Underwood is seen at left.
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Phoenix to celebrate Faith & Family Night
Cumberland University will host Faith and Family Night for its season-opening football game on Thursday, August 25, inviting area youth groups for a free Derek Minor concert as well as testimony from former Tennessee Titan Dave Ball before the Phoenix take on Lindsey Wilson at 7 p.m. at Nokes-Lasater Field.
With the help of Immanual Baptist Church, Minor will perform a concert beginning at 6 p.m. on the east side (visitor) of the stadium.
Immanuel Baptist Pastor John Hunn said he will remember the late James Ronald Patton as someone who "always jumped right in to help whenever he was needed."
A local congregation will hold a service of thanksgiving Sunday at 6 p.m., praying for a man who was wrongfully imprisoned for more than 31 years.
Funeral services were held Thursday morning, Feb. 5 at Immanuel Baptist Church for Mrs. Moore, 87, of Lebanon.
A Wilson County native and retired from Hargrove Office Supply, she died Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 at Lebanon Health & Rehab.
Each year thousands nationally contract and become violently sick with influenza and many, including children and elderly victims, lose their lives as a result of the sickness.
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