|Wilson Living Today|
|Wednesday, December 8, 2010|
As the sleigh bells ring all around Wilson County, Wilson Living is working hard to put the finishing touches on the next issue. It’s hard to believe that 2011 is right around the corner.
That being said, enjoy the last few weeks of 2010 making lasting memories with friends and family instead of staying so busy making everyone else happy your too tired to enjoy them. Easier said than done; right?
Looking for the perfect gift for a teacher, friend, sister, brother, wife or are you just looking for a good life to get your through the holidays? We’ve got just what you need and it fits every time! Pick up your copy of Telling Tales: Kids, husbands, careers… It can be a ‘mother’ of a tale today.
Tales is a compilation of some of our most popular columns featured in the Wilson Post every Wednesday. Books are available for purchase at The Paper Mill in Lebanon, Dot and Stells in Mt Juliet, www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.wilsonlivingmagazine.com or call 615-969-6751 to order signed copies.
We have some exciting things coming up in the next issue. Gracing the cover will be Country Music Legend, Whispering Bill Anderson.
Our own, Ken Beck sat down with Anderson for a candid interview. In it, Whispering Bill shares with readers why he’s proud to call Wilson County home. He also talks about his remarkable career in the music business-a career that includes more than 40 studio albums and 7 number one hits.
To some, Wilson Bank and Trust is simply the location of bank accounts. A powerhouse in the banking industry, Wilson Bank was started in 1987 and has become a prominent fixture in the community ever since.
But, there’s so much more to the story than checks and balances. Wilson Bank President, Randall Clemmons shares with readers how the concept for a new hometown bank started and why community is so important to a bank that builds dreams and relationships that last.
Also in the next issue we’ll introduce readers to Don and Ann McElroy. Don is the Minister of Senior Adults at First Baptist Church in Lebanon. Don and his wife Ann have been dedicated to ministry from the beginning of their marriage more than 40 years ago. 30 of those years have been spent working with the members of First Baptist Church in Lebanon. This modest couple gives readers insight on what it takes to make a marriage work especially during the hard times and why they choose a life in ministry.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, the story of Don and Ann will give you a close look at a very real love story.
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