Application deadline for Young Leaders Council’s 2018 Williamson Chamber Class is September 1

  Young Leaders Council (YLC), a Nashville-based nonprofit organization that has trained more than 2,500 men and women to effectively participate on the boards of nonprofit agencies for the past 33 years, is now accepting applications for its 2018 Williamson Chamber Class. Partnering with Williamson, Inc. for the sixth year in a row, YLC will…

Friends of Franklin Parks announces seventh-annual “Raise the Roofs” event

Chairs planning best party of the summer for August 18th at the Park at at Harlinsdale Farm   The seventh-annual Friends of Franklin Parks “Raise the Roofs” event promises to be the best party of the summer, including bites from some of Franklin’s most wonderful restaurants, plenty of equestrian-themed entertainment, and an evening of music…

Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee, Williamson Medical Center named Official Sports Medicine Providers for Williamson County High Schools

  The Bone and Joint Institute of Tennessee and Williamson Medical Center are partnering to serve as the official sports medicine providers for Williamson County’s high school athletes. As of July 2018, trained medical professionals will be on hand at all TSSAA-sanctioned practices and games. Certified athletic trainers employed by Williamson Medical will be assigned…

Build your brand through visual storytelling at Anthem Republic’s Re#: A Social Media Morning Event

  Anthem Republic, a digital marketing and advertising agency headquartered in Franklin, TN will host its fourth ReHash: A Social Media Morning event on Wednesday, August 1. The agency announced this month’s special guest is Randy Brewer, founder and executive producer of Revolution Pictures. Brewer has cultivated 20 years of experience in all aspects of…

‘Discover Williamson’ seeks seniors for Fall class

Unique learning opportunity   Williamson County Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce registration for the Discover Williamson program for seniors (55+). Active adults interested in learning more about Williamson County and the many homegrown opportunities to make a difference in our community are invited to enroll. Through lectures by Williamson County leaders, discussions and…

Nolensville High students hope to launch a business off the ground — literally

Amelia Ferrell Knisely, Nashville Tennessean Two Nolensville High students have become their school’s first certified drone pilots, and the pair hope the federal recognition will help them get their business off the ground. Andrew Dunn and Mitchell Waller, both rising seniors, recently passed the aeronautical test required to become a certified remote pilot with the…