September 2019 Around Town 1

Shellnut Insurance Opens New Office

Shellnut Insurance is a family-owned, independent insurance agency that has been providing auto, home, life and business insurance for 25 years. They opened their new office at 130 Seaboard Lane, Suite A-5 in Cool Springs.

Not only did they expand their business, but they also expanded their family! Insurance producer, Gavin Shellnut, married Hannah Robison, who is now director of marketing for Shellnut Insurance June 1. Residents can tour the new office, meet the staff and help them celebrate their official ribbon cutting on Wednesday, Sept. 18, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Goldfish Swim School-Franklin

In our August issue, in the article titled, “Safety First,” the correct name of the business featured is “Goldfish Swim School-Franklin.” The owners of the business are Franklin residents Lincoln and Darby Walden, pictured here with their family. We apologize for the error. Goldfish Swim School-Franklin is the area’s state-of-the-art swimming facility dedicated to teaching children as young as 4 months old! GoldfishSwimSchool.com/Franklin

Johnny Cash’s Kitchen and Saloon Celebrates Grand Opening

Patrons of Johnny Cash’s Kitchen and Saloon enter the first floor of the meat-and-three restaurant and are immediately greeted by the sounds of classic Cash performed live on the stage daily. Traversing backstage, they enter a cafeteria-style dining establishment that features the curated menu of Swett’s, a Music City signature that has been welcoming customers through its doors at their original location since 1954. Seated beneath a hand-painted mural immortalizing the Cash and Carter family legacies, guests will enjoy comfort food classics like delicious fried chicken, meatloaf, pork chops, catfish, roast beef and much more served with dozens of side dishes and homemade desserts. Located at 121 Third Ave. S., this 15,000-square-foot food and beverage establishment features the best in country cooking!

The Changing World of Retirement Planning

Classroom Instruction for Adults – Ages 50 to 70

This course is relevant if you’re developing a retirement plan, nearing retirement, or recently retired. Regardless of your stage in the process, you’ll learn updated strategies that will help you build & preserve wealth in volatile times. This class compares and contrasts old retirement paradigms of yesteryear and the new paradigms of today in preparation for 21st century retirement. Above all, it’s designed to help you assess your current financial position, then lay out a personalized roadmap that helps you achieve your retirement goals.

Course Topics – 21st Century Retirement, Tax Rate Risk, Retirement Distribution Planning, Estate Planning, Maximizing Social Security, Retirement Distribution Pitfalls, Mitigating Market Loss, Long-Term Care Planning

This course is offered by the Society For Financial Awareness.

Where: 310 Billingsly Ct, Ste 100, Franklin, TN 37067

Belmont University – Williamson County

When: 9/26 & 10/3 or 10/1 & 10/8  | 6p – 9p

No cost to attend, class sizes are limited, advance registration is required.

Call 501.588.7102 with questions or to register or register online at RSVP.Get2Zero.net/RSG