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SCENE & HEARD: Legacy Ball draws crowd of 400
SCENE & HEARD: Legacy Ball draws crowd of 400

The Davis House Child Advocacy Center hosted the Feb. 28 Legacy Ball 2015, "A Night at the Oscars," a wine reception and silent auction at Embassy Suites in Cool Springs.

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SCENE & HEARD: Graceworks turns 20
SCENE & HEARD: Graceworks turns 20

A crowd of about 200 turned out to celebrate the 20th birthday of the Williamson County based non-profit organization Graceworks Ministries.

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Twin girls born on I-65 celebrate birthday with 'heroes' who helped birth them
Twin girls born on I-65 celebrate birthday with 'heroes' who helped birth them

It was a chilly, snowy night two years ago that Anne Howard and her mom, Lynn Power, raced up Interstate 65 desperately trying to make it to the hospital before Howard's twins were born.

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Get Fit Franklin set Saturday at Pinkerton Park

Get Fit Franklin, a free event sponsored by Franklin Tomorrow and Vanderbilt Health, will be held from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, at John Pinkerton Park on Murfreesboro Road.

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WCAC receives grant from Petfinder
WCAC receives grant from Petfinder

Williamson County Animal Center has received a $1,000 grant from the Petfinder Foundation in partnership with Orvis, a retail and mail order business specializing in sporting goods.

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Fives seats still available for FFD's Citizens' Fire Academy
Fives seats still available for FFD's Citizens' Fire Academy
5 places available to join Franklin Fire Department\\'s Citizens\\' Fire Academy
Fives seats still available for FFD's Citizens' Fire Academy

The Franklin Fire Department's ninth annual Citizens' Fire Academy has only five places left, but there still is time to apply.

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Franklin WMC names Daren Marshall employee of the year

Daren Marshall has been named Williamson Medical Center's 2014 employee of the year.

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WMC, Vanderbilt team up for heart disease prevention seminar
WMC, Vanderbilt team up for heart disease prevention seminar

Williamson Medical Center and Vanderbilt Health continue an education series partnership Tuesday evening with a goal to teach how to prevent heart disease, recognize the signs of a heart attack and decrease the risk for both.

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Local author to speak at Barnes and Noble Wednesday
Local author to speak at Barnes and Noble Wednesday

A Brentwood author will speak at the Cool Springs Barnes and Noble Wednesday, Feb. 25 regarding his new book focused on sports and race in the South.

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Women in Business luncheon to host visitors bureau chief
Women in Business luncheon to host visitors bureau chief

The Chamber of Commerce's Women in Business Luncheon on Thursday, Feb. 26 at the Brentwood United Methodist Church will teach attendees about women in charge and tourism in Williamson County.

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Williamson County Parks and Recreation roundup
Williamson County Parks and Recreation roundup

A round-up of the events hosted by the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department.

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Westhaven plans March 7 whiskey tasting

A master distiller will pour at Westhaven in Franklin during the subdivision's first annual whiskey warmer tasting at the lake on Front Street at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 7.

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Media firm adds marketing coordinator

Forest Home Media, a Nashville area home lifestyle public relations and marketing firm, has added Geinger Hill as a marketing coordinator.

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Monica Mackie new chief of Nashville Bar Association

Monica Mackie has begun her duties as executive director of the Nashville Bar Association, a top officer said.

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Walk Across Williamson kickoff Feb. 28
Walk Across Williamson kickoff Feb. 28

The seventh annual Walk Across Williamson physical activity program is gearing up to kick off Saturday, Feb. 28.

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Synergy Bank gives $10,000 for scholarships

Franklin Synergy Bank has donated $10,000 to Leadership Franklin's scholarship endowment fund.

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BSA Troop 130 promotes new Eagle Scouts

Franklin's Boy Scout Troop 130 honored Christian Bortz, Neal Hawkins, Jonathan Van Atta, Matthew Voyles and Justin Wood as new Eagle Scouts on Sunday, Feb. 1 during an Eagle Court of Honor at Berry's Chapel Church of Christ in Franklin.

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