Wilson County resident and Country Music superstar, Tracy Lawrence headlined the concert. Those who didn’t necessarily come for the music got a chance to rub elbows with Tennessee Titan kicker, Rob Bironas. For more information on how you can help with next year’s event visit www.newleashonline.org
Now that warmer temps are here, everyone is spending more and more time outside. Because of this a lot of folks are creating outdoor living spaces that bring the inside outside. Things like fireplaces, outdoor kitchens and fire pits with decorative stonework have become the new must have for homeowners. A local company recognized the need for a quality product and decided to fill it.
Lojac Corporation has been around for years and that name is synonymous with road construction, brick and block. This year the folks at Lojac decided to branch out with their own line of custom stone products. They showcased some of their wares at a ‘Block Party’ last week where guests could tour outdoor showrooms that featured a stone fireplace, outdoor cooking space and many different style options for paver patio stone. For more information on Lojac Materials visit, www.lojac.com
If you’re trying to have fun with the family this summer without spending a lot of money (and who isn’t?), Wilson Bank and Trust has just what you’re looking for. Back for the third year in a row Wilson Bank and Trust’s Family Entertainment Summer Series. Thursday, May 26th will be the first of three evening outdoor events on the Main Office West Lawn features carnival games; music and a dusk showing of the movie Despicable Me. Concessions will be available at family-friendly prices. Activities begin at 6:30 p.m.
Wilson Living is hard at work on the next issue. Because our feature on Wilson County bachelors in the March/April issue was so popular, we’ve decided to spotlight some of Wilson County’s hottest bachelorettes in the next issue. Be sure to check out our Facebook page for behind the scenes pictures from this photo shoot.
Until next time, keep reading!