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VIProfile: Patience Long

While the song lyrics above by Stephen Sondheim are from a musical about vaudeville in the 1920s, they express the feelings of those who love theatre right now. While Center for the Arts (CFTA) has been “dark” during the COVID-19 quarantine, the hope is that everything will soon be coming up roses, and the curtain will rise again under the continued direction of Patience Long...
7/20/2020

Saturday Market Kick-Off

7/16/2020

MTCS Golf Classic

7/16/2020

Be Happy Roller Skate Night

7/16/2020

Latest Issue 7 20

7/7/2020

Editor's Letter

Summer is one long memory factory. File back through childhood highlights and many, if not most, are tied to summer: last day of school, sleep-away or day camps, the swim club or your neighbor’s backyard pool, the ice cream truck, Fourth of July fireworks, baseball games, family vacations...
7/6/2020

Latest Issue 6 20

6/3/2020

COVID-19 Affects Small Businesses In Town

With the daily changes in mandates and recommendations to not gather and stay home our small businesses are being hit hard. Please consider some of the following ways you can help a locally owned small business...
4/2/2020

Feed American First Appoints New Board Members

Feed America First announces the appointment of four new members to its board of directors, including Sharon Brawner, John Francis, Jason Martin, and Andy Vaughn. “We are delighted to welcome these new members to our board. 
4/2/2020

Special Kids Director Celebrates 20 Years

Executive Director of Special Kids Therapy and Nursing Center, Chris Truelove celebrates 20 years of service to the Murfreesboro, TN non-profit this month. A former volunteer at the campus founded just two years before his service began in 2000, Chris was the first executive director to be hired by the Special Kids board of directors and has led from that same role the last two decades.
4/2/2020

VIProfile: Kelton and Layken Sanders

Over the last five years, Kelton and Layken Sanders have collected 100,000 shoes for Soles4Souls. That is the equivalent to 32 average homes filled from floor to ceiling. An amazing feat for anyone, but this was accomplished by two now high school students. It is a project they began when they were just nine and 12 years old.
4/2/2020

Discovery For All

Discovery Center at Murfree Springs has been in the forefront of museums tackling inclusion for both children and adults. They are committed to providing opportunities for ALL children to play, explore and grow no matter their physical, behavioral/sensory, financial, or other needs.
4/2/2020

Latest Issue 4 20

3/31/2020

Michael Osborne

Michael Osborne wants to be up front with his clients -- working in the real estate industry is not easy. While television shows on HGTV, TLC, and Bravo make it look easy, it is not a nine to five career. Being a successful real estate agent takes a full time plus commitment to the client, the craft, and the career...
3/9/2020

Beth Frame

With an extensive background in digital marketing, Beth Frame came into the realty field after working many years as a Digital Marketing Specialist with a focus on social media for Gannett in downtown Nashville. She changed jobs in 2016, accepting a position as the Marketing Director at Parks Auction and Land Division.
3/9/2020
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