280 results for 'Community Updates'

Landmark Community Bank Names Williamson County Executive

Landmark Community Bank Names Williamson County Executive

Amy Delk to Lead Bank’s Local Community Engagement Efforts FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Landmark Community Bank Vice President Amy Delk has been named senior vice president and Williamson County executive, responsible for leading the bank’s team and its community relations efforts from Landmark’s East Main Street branch in Downtown Franklin, TN. Delk, a native of Columbia, […]

Spooks & Coupes – Family Halloween Event

Spooks & Coupes – Family Halloween Event

Family Halloween Event at Franklin Recreation Complex   Williamson County Parks and Recreation presents Spooks and Coupes, a community Halloween event, on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Rd.  This fun annual event will feature over 30 classic cars (coupes) with trunks full of treats! Families and kids alike are […]

2017 Tennessee Historic Preservation Conference – Preservation and Placemaking Possibilities

2017 Tennessee Historic Preservation Conference – Preservation and Placemaking Possibilities

September 20-22 | Franklin, Tennessee   Tennessee’s Preservation – Placemaking – Possibilities!  Speakers Session Recommendations and Summaries   Register Online by Sept 15th or Onsite Next Week    Prepared by Dr. Bridget Jones, TPT Interim Executive Director, September 10th, 2017    The 2017 Tennessee Historic Preservation Conference promises to be an exciting and informative event […]

Battle of Franklin Trust announces dinner and community conversation

Battle of Franklin Trust announces dinner and community conversation

Event to offer thoughtful, historical discussion regarding current events FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Battle of Franklin Trust will offer a community conversation and dinner on Sept. 21 at 6 p.m. This intimate discussion will explore topics related to the Civil War and its aftermath, historical memory, and the future of Civil War interpretation. “I look […]

BrightStone’s 9th Annual Bowlability Event Surpasses $500,000 Milestone

BrightStone’s 9th Annual Bowlability Event Surpasses $500,000 Milestone

Franklin, TN — Advertised as “The Most Fun You’ll Have Fundraising Ever (for a Great Cause),” BrightStone’s Bowlability event lives up to its reputation as numbers for funds raised and participation continue to grow. BrightStone’s annual Bowlability has raised more than $530,000 over its nine years. This key event funds core programs and vital services […]

FREE FAMILY OUTDOOR MOVIE & FUN

FREE FAMILY OUTDOOR MOVIE & FUN

FREE FAMILY OUTDOOR MOVIE & FUN – In Academy Park – Franklin, TN   The multi-purpose field at Academy Park, 120 Everbright Ave. in Franklin, TN will become an outdoor movie theater on Saturday, September 9 for Family Food & Film Nite. Enjoy a night of free fun watching “Sing” while you feast on awesome eats […]

WILLIAMSON COUNTY PARKS & RECREATION NOW HIRING BASKETBALL REFEREES

WILLIAMSON COUNTY PARKS & RECREATION NOW HIRING BASKETBALL REFEREES

The Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is seeking referees and supervisors for the youth and adult basketball leagues.  Applicants must be able to work evenings or Saturdays from December through March, and can earn up to $22 per hour. Must be 16 to apply. Experience in playing or officiating is preferred. Reliable transportation and […]

SHELTER DIRECTOR DEPLOYED TO HELP IN HURRICANE AFTERMATH

SHELTER DIRECTOR DEPLOYED TO HELP IN HURRICANE AFTERMATH

Chavarria to respond to Irma’s pet victims Franklin, TN – Williamson County Animal Center director, Laura Chavarria, has been deployed by Code 3 Associates to respond to pets affected by incoming Hurricane Irma. Starting September 9, Chavarria will travel aboard the Code 3 Big Animal Rescue Truck (BART), an 82-foot tractor trailer truck that carries […]

NATCHEZ TRACE HARDCOURT CHAMPIONSHIPS

NATCHEZ TRACE HARDCOURT CHAMPIONSHIPS

Register by September 10 The Athletics Division of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to announce that registration is underway for the annual Natchez Trace Hardcourt Championships tennis tournament.  USTA-sanctioned (USTA membership required) events will be offered for men’s and women’s singles, doubles and mixed doubles.  The entry fee is $35 per […]

SEPTEMBER SENIOR TRIPS OFFER VARIETY

SEPTEMBER SENIOR TRIPS OFFER VARIETY

Movies, trip to Kentucky Downs or a Radnor Lake hike Movie Matinee Let’s go to the movies! Seniors are invited to a local movie matinee, Tuesday, September 12. Register now, and then meet the group at the Williamson County Enrichment Center, 110 Everbright Ave. Board our van for the Thoroughbred 20 theater in Cool Springs […]

SPLASH PARK OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30th

SPLASH PARK OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30th

Franklin Recreation Complex It’s still hot out there, so we are keeping the Franklin Splash Park open through the month of September!  Enjoy playing in the Splash Park Monday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. through September 30th. Pay at the front desk, ($4 ages […]

Adult Volleyball Registration

Adult Volleyball Registration

Coed & Women’s Leagues Forming The Athletics Division of Williamson County Parks and Recreation announces open registration for Fall coed 6’s (Thursday nights, rec or advanced divisions) and women’s 4’s (Sunday afternoons, rec or advanced divisions) indoor volleyball leagues at the Franklin Recreation Complex, 1120 Hillsboro Road. Registration is now open and will close September […]

Nashville Locals Rally to Support Innovative Lung Cancer Research

Nashville Locals Rally to Support Innovative Lung Cancer Research

Free to Breathe 5K and 1-Mile Walk on Sunday, November 5 to Fund Research and Double Survival   NASHVILLE, TN – Hundreds of local residents are joining forces to fight lung cancer, united in the belief that surviving lung cancer should be the expectation, not the exception. The Nashville Free to Breathe 5K and 1-Mile […]

Leadership Franklin honors Mary Mills with Caroline J. Cross Award

Leadership Franklin honors Mary Mills with Caroline J. Cross Award

Franklin, TN – Mary Mills is the recipient of this year’s Caroline J. Cross Award, presented by Leadership Franklin.  Mills, a lifelong Franklin resident, spent 39 years as a teacher at Johnson Elementary and as Principal at Franklin Middle School.  After retiring from the school system, she once again served her community as Williamson County […]

Battle of Franklin Trust Announces Slavery Tour at Carter House and Carnton

Battle of Franklin Trust Announces Slavery Tour at Carter House and Carnton

Slavery and the Enslaved” guided tours to begin Tues, Sept. 12 FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Battle of Franklin Trust has announced new tours on the subject of slavery to begin on Tues, Sept. 12. The tour, entitled “Slavery and the Enslaved” will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Carter House and Carnton. The tour […]