FOUNDER OF BAY'S SOUTHERN BREADS
LEBANON -- Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the Maple Hill Church of Christ for Mr. Charlie Howard Bay, 70, of Lebanon.
Owner and founder of Bay’s Southern Bread, Inc., he died Sunday Nov. 30, 2008 at Alive Hospice following an extended illness.
Mr. Bay was a member of Maple Hill Church of Christ, a 1956 graduate of Lebanon High School, a veteran of the US Army National Guard and a member of Friendship Christian Board of Directors for over 25 years.
A former Deacon at Mt. Juliet Church of Christ, he was a former Boy Scout Cub Master in Donelson, a member of Cedar Creek Yacht Club, and an avid football fan --especially the University of Tennessee and Friendship Christian School.
Visitation will be held in the Maple Hill Church of Christ on Monday between the hours of 4-8 p.m. and Tuesday from 12 Noon until 8 p.m.
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From Post staff reports
LEBANON -- With the passing of Thanksgiving comes the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. It’s as predictable as cold weather coming after Jan. 1.
But this year local merchants are still pondering what the Christmas season may bring with respect to holiday shoppers. There is hope and some signs locally that retail business for the holidays may still be substantial.
The Chamber of Commerce is reporting a large sale already of "Chamber Bucks," the program sponsored by the local business organization to promote shopping at home and some retailers locally are saying they’re already seeing an increase in traffic flow in local stores.
While the nation as a whole continues to struggle with an ailing economy, there have been some bright spots locally that have area retailers keeping their fingers crossed in hopes of a profitable holiday season.