It was Fall of 2006 when two Kindergarten classroom teachers were hard at work, like many do each August, preparing for a new school year. It was the beginning of an exciting new year at a
Events, Fundraisers & Announcements
The Brigadier General Richard Winn, Chapter TSDAR will meet Tuesday, September 16, at 6:30 p.m. in Spring Hill.
Columbia State Community College’s Center for Workforce Development is offering a free hospice training series for those preparing to handle end-of-life care. “Living with Hospice – Part 1” includes the history of hospice care and identifies some myths surrounding it. Listen to discussions on the challenges of patients and families in hospice care and also […]
In today’s job market many people are looking for a new skill set that can lead to employment, and Columbia State Community College’s Center for Workforce Development is offering “Online Medical Coding” to those interested in a new career. Medical coders generally work for hospitals, doctors’ offices, insurance companies, outpatient surgery centers, or temporary employment […]
Entertainment, Arts & Recreation
150th Commemoration of The Battle of Spring Hill November 28 – 30, 2014, Rippavilla Plantation, Spring Hill, Tennessee With cooperation from the Civil War Trust, Rippavilla Plantation
Jamming with Farmer Jason Farmer Jason is coming to town! Kids can get their jam on at the Spring Hill Library Saturday morning, September 27, with an artist that has traveled the world, first with a 1980’s punk/country/rock band and, in recent years, as a performer who inspires children to appreciate nature through song. An […]
Do you have a budding young writer in your family? The Spring Hill Library is hosting a workshop on Saturday, September 6, at 10:00 a.m. that can help turn great ideas into fascinating stories they share proudly. This 75-minute interactive workshop with Marshal Younger, designed specifically for 8-12 year-olds, teaches the basics of writing good […]
Local School News
Columbia State Community College’s Office of Access and Diversity recently announced the winners of the 2014 “Math for Life” Summer Math Academy, where approximately 100 sixth, seventh and eighth grade students participated in four-day events that took place at four campuses.
BE NICE BASH COMMUNITY EVENT set for September 3rd Williamson County Schools have adopted an anti bullying campaign called, “BE NICE”. September 3rd, is being declared as the official “BE NICE” day in all WCS’s.
Great new support group has formed and making a difference in the community and their school. Who are the “good” examples in our school? What happened to being a “gentlemen”. When will someone make a wrong- right – just because it’s the right thing to do?
Outdoor Encounter Presents: Garrett’s Hero 5K Trail Run! Sept. 27th! This fun and challenging event is in honor of 8 year old, Garrett Sapp,
“Run the Race to Educate” Joshua L. Bailey Education Foundation presents the Big Bigby Bolt 5K and 1 Mile Run/Walk on Saturday, September 20, 2014.
The Athletics Division of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department announces open registration for fall sessions of indoor and outdoor tennis clinics. Registration for all Franklin and Brentwood clinic locations is at the Indoor Sports Complex, 920 Heritage Way in Brentwood or by phone at (615) 370-3471, ext. 2110. To register for clinics at […]
Want to know what’s in season at the Farmers Markets and the local markets? Here is a guide for Tennessee you can use to ensure you get the best of the growing season and to be on top of when yields are at their peak to freeze or can fruits and vegetables to capture freshness […]
Every five years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture completes a Census of Agriculture, and for food and farm geeks like those of us here in the Farm Aid office, its arrival is an exciting time when we get a more thorough snapshot of farming across the country.
These fourth grade students at Bethesda Elementary School represented Williamson County in the District 4H competition held in Murfreesboro, TN on May 12, 2014. All of these students placed first or second in this competition. They are from left to right Steven Chunn, Olivia Bellini, Sarah Benchea, Abby Blount and Mckinley Johnston. Several counties were […]
Other Recent Articles
Pinwheels are spinning around THE Children’s Academy of Spring Hill this month as we celebrate 10 years of loving, serving and caring for the children and families of our community. Mrs. Robin Brock has been Executive Director of the school since opening in August, 2004 and is proud to have watched over 1200 children and […]
The City of Spring Hill and Maury County are securing good paying jobs for Spring Hill by offering tax incentives to two out-of-state auto part manufacturers. As part of a bold economic development move, the two unnamed companies, known as Project Angus and Project Buckeye, have committed to creating 574 total jobs with a capital […]