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Editor's Letter

Welcome to the September issue of VIP Murfreesboro! As we turn the page on another summer, I'm reminded of the many possibilities that this new season brings. It's a time for fresh starts, new beginnings and a renewed sense of hope.

This month's issue is filled with events that celebrate our local community and its organizations. We have included movie showings to benefit Liberty’s Station, a morning full of filling backpacks with school supplies for children in need, as well as a designer handbag sale that supports local veterans’ families.

In our monthly feature, we are highlighting local legal professionals who are ready to help you in times of need. You will be able to get to know them on a personal level, as well as their areas of expertise. We have a phenomenal class of professionals right here in our community and we cannot wait to allow you the chance to learn about each one. 

I hope you enjoy this issue as much as I enjoyed putting it together. It's my sincere hope that the events and information we share will inspire you to make the most of this new season. Keep us informed of events and activities you’d like for us to include at

-Carrie Beth Catron

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  • A Work in Progress

    “The house wasn’t done when we first looked at it,” said Shantel Littlejohn. “But, we’d been stalking it on Zillow. Watching them build it. The first time we went to look at it, it didn’t have any stairs and the front yard was mud. But, we fell in love and put an offer on it that day.” Read More
  • Summer Supper

    The Charity Circle ladies who hosted the annual Summer Supper could not have picked a more perfect evening for this annual party. Guests met friends old and new, enjoyed cocktails and a wonderful Southern supper. Read More
  • Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter Welcomes Seven New Physicians

    To further its commitment to meeting the needs of the growing Rutherford County community, Murfreesboro Medical Clinic & SurgiCenter (MMC) has added seven new doctors to its team of physicians.  Read More
  • WGNS’ Bryan Barrett and Jon Dinkins Receive Award for Local Sports Coverage

    WGNS’ Bryan Barrett and Jon Dinkins received top honors at the annual Tennessee Association of Broadcaster’s 75th Anniversary Convention in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Barrett and Dinkins won the award for best local sports coverage in the state.  Read More