The Country Music Cloister Dog Show at the Williamson County Ag Expo in March brought out hundreds of our furry pals. The purebreds walked pretty, performed and competed for the canine-loving attendees. Nashville Kennel Club is a partner in the dog show and works to protect the rights of all dog owners while promoting responsible dog … Continued
Life at Southern Surgical Arts in Cool Springs is a wellness and medspa center, led by Dr. Brady Harris, that focuses on the entire being. Skin laser therapies, weight loss, cosmetic surgery and hormone replacement therapy are just a few of the services Life offers to help its patients feel better on the inside and … Continued
Taste of Williamson is an annual restaurant sampling event featuring favorite local eateries where ticket holders meet chefs, sip a beverage, taste restaurant offerings and enjoy musical entertainment. Proceeds benefit United Way and support programs that are creating opportunities for a better life for all in Williamson County. Photography by United Way staff.
More than 500 guests, artists, athletes, coaches, legends and faithful Best Buddies supporters filled the luxurious Omni Nashville Hotel Grand Ballroom for an inspiring evening of friendship, great food, drinks, and a celebration of the BB mission of inclusion. Photography by Tausha Dickinson Photography and Denise McCann Photography.
Tennessee Environmental Council’s 250K Tree Day was executed by the city of Franklin and 40 volunteers who helped to plant 500 trees along the Harpeth River at the Farm at Harlinsdale Park in Franklin. Across the state, 250,000 native tree seedlings were planted by volunteers. Photography provided by city of Franklin
The Women in Business luncheon held at Brentwood United Methodist Church brought out the masses who wanted to hear shopping diva Cathi Aycock discuss how to dress your best in a professional environment. For more info on WIB luncheons and other chamber events, visit WilliamsonChamber.com.
William Franklin Andrews celebrated his newly released Tales of a Native Son with a book signing at First Bank’s location in downtown Franklin’s historic post office. The book is a collection of short stories from nearly eighty years of working and living in Middle Tennessee.
Women in Business of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce held their holiday mixer at The Barn at Sycamore Farms. The group's events are meant to bring together women of all ages to address issues related to careers and leadership with the aim of creating a robust mentoring and support network.
It was a sea of maroon and white in downtown Franklin as the Franklin High School Rebels paraded down Main Street showing off their school spirit. The homecoming parade has been a time-honored tradition at FHS since 1931. It begins at Five Points and travels down Main Street.