Mary Kay manufactures, donates hand sanitizer to combat COVID-19 pandemic

  Mary Kay Inc. announced the company will dedicate part of its global supply chain and manufacturing capabilities to producing much-needed hand sanitizer. The first products off the line will be fordonation to those on the front lines addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. “Though we are facing extraordinary challenges during the COVID-19 global pandemic, the world…

Ingram Charities donates $100,000 to United Way’s COVID-19 response fund

Encourages others to join in giving   Mayor John Cooper announced April 2nd that Ingram Charities will grant $100,000 to support United Way of Greater Nashville’s COVID-19 Response Fund. Ingram joins other prominent local organizations stepping up to help individuals and families facing major financial struggles as the COVID-19 crisis continues to unfold across the…

Leadership Franklin extends application deadline for twenty-fifth class

  Leadership Franklin has extended the application deadline for acceetance into their twenty-fifth class. Twenty community members will be chosen for the 2020-21 program year. Completed applications are now due on or before 12 noon on June 1, 2020. The application can be found at http://www.leadershipfranklin.com/application. Leadership Franklin is a non-profit community leadership organization dedicated…

Education Foundation of Williamson County sees significant results, expands scholarship program for ACT training

Organization to triple number of opportunities for area students, has adjusted to COVID-19 “Learn-From-Home” limitations   The Education Foundation of Williamson County (EFWC) has announced the results from its initial January 2020 class of Boost ACT Academy graduates, and students achieved a 5.5-point increase on their projected American College Testing (ACT) scores, on average. This…

Franklin Tomorrow shifts April 13 FrankTalks to online webinar focusing on social engagement

  Franklin and Williamson County are expected to still be under a stay at home order on Monday, April 13, so Franklin Tomorrow is taking its monthly education series FrankTalks online. We will utilize Zoom technology to host the program, starting at 9:30 a.m. and ending at approximately 10:30 a.m. Our topic will be “Social…