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The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee • Page 80

Publication:
The Tennesseani
Location:
Nashville, Tennessee
Issue Date:
Page:
80
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WILLIAMSON: COMMUNITY NEWS We're movin Sometiiing special av'd like to dmw your attention to Pageant registrations due todaj FAIRV1EW Registration for the spring children's pageant sponsored by the Fairview Community Recreation Association closes today. Scheduled to run April 19 from 1-5 p.m., the child beauty pageant is for boys and girls, ages newborn through 13 years old. The children will be divided by age category with no talent competition. AH participants get a trophy. Rehearsals begin April 17.

Cost for registration is $20. Call Arnold King for registration at 799-9331. III inrtAjJid 2J Aguideto civic eivnts and meetings in Wdlianwn County ty Chapter of the American Red Cross is hokJng a public blood drive 10 a.m.-3 rrv. tomorrow at Home Depot, 8101 Moores Lane. CHESS CLUB BRENTWOOD The Junior Chess Club, for students in pre-K through; grade 1 2, meets 7-9 p.m.

today in Hoty Farrv My Catholic Church, 9100 Crockett Road' Information, Cindy Brunett-Jonos, 370-8318. DRESS SHOW FRANKUN A dresses fashion show is at 12:30 p.m. today In Castner Knott in the CoolSprings Galteria Information, And we have a few Maytag boxes we'd rather not pack. the wood shop building at Baptist Children's Home, 1310 Franklin Road. John Lucas demonstrates segmented turning.

Information, president Mike Zinser at 292-8652or3G6-4173. LIONS CLUB BRENTWOOD The Brentwood Lions Club meets at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at East Brentwood Presbyterian Church, 9000 Concord Road. NEW VISION FAIRVIEW -The New Vision Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star meets at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Fairviow Masonic Lodge 776, 7105 Bowie Lake Road.

COLORING BOOK SHOWCASE FRANKUN The Friends of the War ititi BRENTr For over fifty Sewell Electric Company has serviced the people of Franklin and Williamson County with pride and dedication. Soon, Sewell's will be moving to a new and larger location with a wider selection of electronics and Maytag appliances, even better service and access to a larger parts department. "We'd rather sell it than move it," Insists Millard Jefferson, owner of Sewell's. This means that right now you can get Maytag appliances, and essentially all of our current stock at significantly reduced prices! Free delivery, and up to 6 months same-as-cash with approved credit! QUILTERS ASSOCIATION FRANKLIN The Cumberland Valley Quitters Association holds a meeting at 10 am. Tuesday in the Historic Franklin Presbyterian Church, 435 Main St Speaker.

Carol Brown presents Hew to Fi the Space on a Quit with Quitting." Information, Linda Simons, 377-8991. DULCIMER WORKSHOP FRANKLIN Leam to play the dulcimer even If you dont have any prior musical experience for begnning dulcimer lessons p.m. March 7, and 9 a.m.-ncon and 1-3 p.m. March 8 in the Recreation Complex. Cost $60.

Registration, Lorinda Jones, 790-5719. TREE GIVE-AWAY FRANKUN Lobbty pine and tulip poplar seectngs wi be given away beginning at 9 a.m. March 7 at the Williamson Oxinty Administrative Office Complex, 1320 West Main St Sponsored by Ihe WiHamson County Soil Conservation District, the seedtngs provide erosion control, noise barriers, windbreaks and beauty. Information, 595-9978. WOMEN'S LUNCHEON BRENTWOOD Christian Women in the Marketplace holds a luncheon at 11:30 a.m.

Thursday in the Brentwood Country Club sponsored by Chase Manhattan Mortgage Company. Speaker. Judy Kilgore, gospel singer, tour guide for Zola Levitt and Joseph Good ministries and wife of country music star, Merle Kigore. Cost $13 50. Reservations, Judy Felts, 791-4100.

FASHION SHOW FRANKUN The Easter and Spring Tearoom Style Fashion Shew hosted by Pi-lard's at CoolSprings Galena is at and repeats at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in DumpSn's Restaurant, 1010 Murfreesboro Road. Information, 791-0051. WOODTURNERS MEET BRENTWOOD The Tennessee Association of Woodturners is at 7 p.m. Tuesday On to bigger and For over fifty years.

Franklin has been a wonderful home to Sewell Electric and will continue to be. Sewell's new location will be on Columbia Ave. in the old Walker Chevrolet building. But for save at Sewell's current 210 East Main St. EMELLSS WOOD The Brentwood Seniors meet at the Tennessee Baptist Children's 1310 Franklin Road.

On Tuesday, Joe Cavarra talks about volunteer opportunities with the Nashvie WMife Park at Grassmere at 10:30 am. and Helen Starks-Noal, travel ooorrinator with Fountain Tours of SCI, gives, a travel talk at 12:15 p.m. Information, 376-0102. COLLEGE GROVE -The center is located at 8607 Horton Highway. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance wi be at the center to help seniors with their tax returns this year 1 0, am-noon Tuesday.

Train to be a vdunteor front desk receptionist and got a free lunch 9-11 am. Thursday. Reservations, 368-7093." FRANKLIN Reservations are duo March 7 for Franklin National Bank's Pineap-; pie Gold Club's, trip to North Alabama's, Quad Cites Muscle Shoals, Tuscumba, Florence and Sheffield to see the homes of W.C. Handy and Helen Kder's birth place at Ivy Green. The trip includes a visit to Wteon Dam and lunch at Renaissance tower.

For seniors 55 and oxter, the group leaves at 7.30 am. March 13 from the bank at Wliamson Square Cost $58. Reservations Sandy Green, 790-2265. NOLENSVtLLE Nolensville SenW Center, 7248 Notensvle Road. WifcynsorV MedcaJ Centor sponsors a health fair 7 am 1 p.m.

Thursday. Appliances Electronics Sales Service Memorial Public IJbrary showcases the reprinting of the Cotorfu Franklin and Williamson County coloring book 2-4 p.m. Sunday in the Wliamson County Public IJbrary. Pubic invited. LIONS CLUB NOLENSVIliE -The NotensWIe Lions Club meets at 7 p.m.

Monday in Notensvle United Methodist, 7316 Notensvle Road. NEW BEGINNINGS BRENTWOOD New Begrinings, a divorce recovery workshop, meets at 1:30 p.m. every Sunday in March beginning this Sunday at the Chidren's Home, 1 3 1 0 Franklin Road. Sponsored by the Divorce Recovery Ministry of CrossRoads Community Church in Brentwood, the instructor is Dr. Nancy Carrol, family counselor.

Cost $20. The Carpenter's Shop, a work group for cn-dren 4 years old to those in the sixth grade, is offered free. Register, 377-3866 or 373-2148. PEO LUNCHEON FRANKUN The PEO Reoprocity Lurv cheon is at noon lomorrow at Klsboro Presbyterian Church, 5820 Htsboro Road. Al PEO members invited.

Information, 646-2355. GARAGE SALE BETHLEHEM A churchwide garage and bake sale is 7 30 a p.m. tomorrow at Bethlehem United Methocfet Church, 241 9 Bethlehem Loop Road. Clothing, appfc-ances, furniture, books, toys and other loms for sale. Irformabon, 794721.

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