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2S - WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 2011 COMMUNITY NEWS THE TENNESSEAN BEST BETS Mt. Juliet Chamber Luncheon 11:15 A.M. JULY 20 Cost: $15 for members, $20 for non-members Splash Day in MJ 11 A.M. JULY 23 Cost: Free What's Bugging You? 9 A.M. JULY 23 Cost: Free Lebanon Clown League celebration 3 P.M. JULY 24 Cost: Free Family Series 6:30 P.M. JULY 28 Cost: Free Mt. Juliet Night Out Against Crime 5 P.M. AUG. 2 Cost: Free Business 10 A.M. AUG. 5 Cost: Free Swingin' at the Roxy STARTING AUG. 5 Cost: $15 Wilson County Fair AUG. 12-20 Cost: $7 for adults, $5 for children IS YOUR ORGANIZATION Women's group donates to library The Wilson County Democratic Women recently donated a book to the local library in honor of a longtime community activist. The group donated "First Family" in honor of Gerri McGregor, a longtime resident who died in 2010, according to a press release. She was a member of Pickett Rucker United Methodist Church, where she was an active member of the Women's Group and the Senior Choir. McGregor was also a member of the Southwest Community Club, AARP, Market Street Senior Citizens and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 179. FOR www.Twitter.comNESpower ff www.Facebook.comNESpower YOUlPliTil" www.YouTube.comNashvilleElectric Where: Rutland Place Where: Charlie Daniels Park Where: Garr's Rental & Feed Where: Pickett Rucker United Methodist Church Where: Wilson Bank and Trust Where: Providence Marketplace Where: Lebanon Prime Outlets and up Where: Encore Theater Where: Wilson County Fairgrounds PLANNING AN EVENT? EMAIL CALENDARTENNESSEAN.COM She was an active member of the Wilson County Democratic Party Executive Committee and the Democratic Women of Wilson County for many years. The Democratic Women use this project to honor current and past Democratic Women and add to the Wilson County libraries' selection of books. The Wilson County Democratic Women meet the second Tuesday of the month at the Gondola Restaurant in Lebanon at 6:30 p.m. For more contact Rachel Givens 615-613-5207. Submitted by the Wilson County Democratic Women Ydu don't have to go to extremes TO SAVE ON ENERGY COSTS. "Sk. 'jSKKSI -"ffL l1' HSSV SIMPLE WAYS TO SAVE, About the event: County Mayor Randall Hutto will speak at the Mt. JulietWest Wilson Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon. Call 615-758-3478 for more information. About the event: The park will be transformed into a small water park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with free water slides, inflatables, a squirt gun area and dunking booth. Food vendors will also be available. For more information, call 615-758-6522. About the event: The Mt. Juliet company will host a question and answer session with an expert on eliminating insects in the garden. Sessions will be held at 9 a.m. and noon at the 11620 Lebanon Road store. For more information, goto garrs.biz. About the event: An event will be held to honor the four living players of the Lebanon Clowns.. Donations will be accepted for the Roy Bailey African American Museum and History Center in Lebanon. For more information, call 615-449-2911. About the event: Karaoke and an outdoor showing of Kung Fu Panda will be held outside Wilson Bank and Trust's main office in Lebanon. Concessions will be available. About the event: The Mt. Juliet Police Department will host a family-oriented crime prevention event with free food and ice cream. Child identification packets will be available. About the event: The Business Extravaganza, sponsored by the Lebanon Wilson Chamber of Commerce, will showcase local businesses and nonprofits from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 615-444-5503 for more information. About the event: The Encore Theater Company in Mt. Juliet will host "Swingin' at the Roxy," a variety revue. Cocktail hour begins at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 5, the show begins at 7:30 p.m. Dinner and show will be held at 6 p.m. Aug. 6. Ticket prices vary, call 615-598-8950 for more information. About the event: The Wilson County Fair includes agriculture events, contests, pageants, entertainment and rides. For details, go to wilsoncountyfair.net. Mt. Juliet will have one of its football games broadcast on television this fall, filegannett Tennessee Mt. Juliet, Friendship games to be televised Two Wilson County football teams will have games broadcast on local television this fall. Mt. Juliet at Beech will be broadcast Sept. 15, and Friendship Christian at Trousdale County will air Sept. 29 on WUXP MY30, VISIT WWW.NESPaWER.COM. T 1 according to the station's website. The games will be broadcast as part of the station's Thursday Night Lights series. Matt Anderson The Tennessean Grant will assist rural development Submitted by the United States Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Agriculture Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merri-gan highlighted rural job creation and met with a rural entrepreneurs in Wilson County who are working to bridge the gap between the farm and dinner table and generate extra income in the process. During the meeting, Merrigan highlighted a USDA rural business enterprise grant of $90,000 for the Cumberland Culinary Center to purchase additional equipment to expand the range and scale of services they provide. "A healthy American economy starts right here with a prosperous local economy," Merrigan said. "USDA supports Cumberland University's outreach because this kitchen incubator helps Governor offers rewards for aid in three cases By Nicole Young The Tennessean Gov. Bill Haslam is offering rewards for information in three cases. A $10,000 reward is offered in the case of Shelley Mook, a missing Shel-byville teacher. Mook was last seen Feb. 28 when she dropped off her 6-year-old daughter at the home of her former husband in Bedford County. Several hours later, her car was found burning in Rutherford County. The second reward, also for $10,000, is being offered in the case of Lyd-ia Naomi Gutierrez, who was strangled and stabbed to death in her apartment in Gallatin on Aug. 12 while her two sons, ages 1 and 2, were there. Her third son, who was 8, found her body after school. A Hendersonville man who was seeing Gutierrez before her death was charged in the case, but those charges were dismissed late last year. Baby is missing The third reward, for $5,000, is available for in BRING THIS AD IN FOR 30 off any 2 books $3.92 or more (not available with any store discounts or other coupons) Find us on Facebook TO LEARN MORE For more information on rural development programs, contact the rural development area office in Nashville at 783-1359, toll free at 1-800-342-3149, ext. 1359, or goto rurdev.us-da.govtn. capture and keep wealth in the community while increasing consumer understanding of the value of local foods." The CCC helps farmers and food entrepreneurs overcome significant market obstacles by relieving them of the typical startup costs associated with constructing a fully licensed commercial kitchen to prepare new products. The kitchen provides the space to create and showcase local products, helping them to become more sustainable and profitable. formation leading to the whereabouts of Zaylee Grace Fryar, who was 4 months old at the time of her disappearance. The baby and her mother, Shauna Fryar, were reported missing from their home in Mil-lersville on May 5. Two days later, Shauna Fryar's body was pulled from the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville. The baby has not been seen since May 1. Fryar's husband, who is not Zaylee's father, contacted the police. The husband told police he was accustomed to Fryar disappearing for days at a time. Shauna Fryar had a history of drug abuse, police said. None of her belongings or the baby's belongings were missing. "These are terrible crimes against women and children, and I hope these rewards will encourage anyone with information to contact the appropriate authorities immediately," Haslam said. Anyone with information on any of these cases should call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND. TN-0000726808

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