“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up” – Pablo Picasso
Kayla Youngquist Finds the Long Lost Artist Within Her
When you meet Kayla Younquist the first thing you notice are her bright eyes and exuberant smile. She has a real sense of openness and warmth about her, which is probably one of the reasons she has been such a successful Kindergarten teacher for over 26 years.
Sherlock’s Books Offers a Destination for Readers and Hobbyists Alike
By KEN BECK
For a budding bookstore named after the world’s most famous detective, there’s little mystery as to why Sherlock’s Book Emporium and Curiosities has proven a rousing success.
Nissan North America has signed a design-build lease with Opus Northwest for built-to-suit construction of the automaker’s new North American redistribution facility in a transaction facilitated by CB Richard Ellis (CBRE).
The new 717,160 square foot redistribution center, which includes 20,000 square feet of office space, will be built in the Couchville Pike Business Center, located at the intersection of State Route 840 and Couchville Pike in Wilson County. Occupancy is planned for April 1, 2010.
By CONNIE ESH
The Wilson Post
Problems with funding for a new Lebanon High are still ongoing, with District 25 Wilson County Commissioner Randy Hall declaring he didn’t intend to “go around” the Budget Committee, and the budget panel failing to schedule any discussion about the needed funding.
PLANNED AUG. 20 AT HERMITAGE GOLF COURSE
Considered one of the top 10 public golf courses in the state of Tennessee by Golf Digest, the Hermitage Golf Course will be the site of a tournament to benefit the Mt. Juliet YMCA at the Valley Center Thursday, August 20. A 1 p.m. shotgun start is planned for the four-person scramble format.
Entry fee is $150 per person or $600 per team and includes: tournament green fees, gift packages, lunch at the golf course, on course beverages and snacks during the day, dinner at the golf course after the tournament and a Mulligan package. Anyone who registers before Aug. 5 will receive a $25 per player discount.
Tee box sponsorships are still available at $200 as well as golf cart sponsorships for $100.
Tournament proceeds are earmarked for the YMCA’s "We Build People" campaign and goes directly to providing children, adults and families the opportunity to participate in nurturing programs that are designed to help them grow in spirit, mind and body.
On-line tournament entry is available at www.professionalgolfevents.net. For a complete sponsorship package call Marsha Houser, 615-773-5363 or email at email@example.com.