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MINDING OUR MANORS Antebellum homes number in the hundreds

WE KID YOU NOT Kids Kingdom gets massive makeover

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Antebellum homes number in the hundreds.

10 here’s the dirt on agritourism Farms find new life as agritourism destinations.

14 Mule Mania Centuries-old Mule Day festival is annual spring highlight

16 Staying the Course Niche manufacturers thrive despite tough economic times.

d e pa r tm e nt s 6 Almanac 20 Biz Briefs 22 Chamber Report 23 Economic Profile 24 Local Flavor 26 Education 27 Arts & Culture 28 Health & Wellness 30 Sports & Recreation 31 Community Profile 32 Business Guide on the cover Photo by J. Kyle Keener Pigg School House and Museum

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Three Cities, One Goal

Take It Outside Maury County is known for its rolling hills, scenic views and plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. The Duck River flows freely through Maury County and is home to more than 100 species of fish. Another main attraction, Stillhouse Hollow Falls, is a 90-acre area located southwest of Columbia and northeast of Summertown that features a cascading 75-foot waterfall.  This region is also home to one of the largest caves in Tennessee – Southport Saltpeter Cave in Culleoka.

The three cities of Maury County have distinct personalities, but they share a common bond: a commitment to maintaining a sense of community. Columbia, the county seat and largest city, has a downtown shopping district with specialty boutiques and restaurants. Historic sites such as The Athenaeum and the ancestral home of 11th U.S. President James K. Polk lend a sense of history to the district. Mount Pleasant, incorporated in 1824, is a city of about 5,000 residents that enjoys its small-town feel. Mount Pleasant was once known for immense phosphate reserves, and that history is detailed today at the Mount Pleasant Phosphate Museum. Spring Hill is a bedroom community of 26,230 residents. This fast-growing city straddles the Maury and Williamson county lines, and it falls within the jurisdiction of two progressive county governments. Maury County, with the help of its cities, is working on a comprehensive plan for growth.  

Southern Fried Fun Most people like a good party and Maury County throws a great one to kick off each fall season. The annual Southern Fried Festival takes place on the last weekend in September, and has been going strong since 1995. The festivities all take place in the downtown public square in Columbia and on the lawn of the Maury County Courthouse. Activities include an arts and crafts fair, a kids’ zone and big name entertainment.

Fostering Community Life in Mount Pleasant lives up to the city’s name, and some family friendly events are helping to foster that Mayberry vibe. To help bring this community of 5,000 together, the city recently started showing free movies and some football games on a giant inflatable screen downtown on the square. One of the most popular community events is the farmers market, which takes place during the summer in the City Hall parking lot. Another popular event is an annual Scarecrow Festival, held in the fall in conjunction with the Columbia Cycling Club’s Scarecrow Century 100-mile bike race.

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The Club Scene Playing through? Maury County has several nice golf courses to suit any skill level. Columbia is home to Stoneybrook Golf Course, a par-72 public course that has recently undergone several upgrades. The city is also home to the private 18-hole, par-72 Graymere Country Club course that measures 6,314 yards. In Mount Pleasant, the nine-hole Mount Pleasant Country Club is a semi-private course on Enterprise Road. Spring Hill is home to King’s Creek Golf Club, a public course designed by Arnold Palmer that opened in June 2006.

Maury County At A Glance POPULATION Maury County: 81,938 Columbia: 34,402 Mount Pleasant: 4,448 Spring Hill: 26,230

Abram Maury, a prominent surveyor and politician of the region. The county was officially established in 1807. FOR MORE INFORMATION Maury Alliance 106 W. Sixth St. P.O. Box 1076 Columbia, TN 38402-1076 Phone: (931) 388-2155 Fax: (931) 380-0335 www.mauryalliance.com

LOCATION Maury County is in Middle Tennessee, 45 miles south of Nashville. BEGINNINGS Maury County was named for Revolutionary War veteran

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n Columbia State Community College offers more than 50 programs, with day, evening and online classes. The twoyear college has five campuses. n Known as the Antebellum Homes Capital of Tennessee, Maury County has more than nearly every other county in Tennessee. n The Mid-South Live Steamers group offers free miniature train rides to the public twice a year at Maury County Park. n Columbia, Mount Pleasant and Spring Hill are its main cities, but other Maury County communities include Culleoka, Hampshire, Santa Fe, Theta, Water Valley and Williamsport.

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n Chickasaw Trace Park offers one of the best mountainbike trails in the region, with legs of varying difficulty and several entry and exit points. n Spring Hill’s Rippavilla Plantation is home to the Spring Hill Battlefield, the site of some the most controversial events of the Civil War.

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hen Darrell Sharp saw that the historic Columbia Carriage House was for sale, he jumped at the chance to own it. “I’ve always loved the mystery of old buildings and what used to be here,” Sharp says. “I liked the Carriage House’s location in the heart of downtown, and it had a quaint, quirky look to it. Its history goes back to the late 1800s.” Sharp bought the building in June 2009, spent two months restoring it, and opened it as a florist shop in September. He is one of several Maury County residents dedicated to preserving the county’s history through its antebellum homes and buildings.  The county is home to numerous homes and historic sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and its dedication to preserving that heritage has earned it the nickname the “Antebellum Homes Capital of Tennessee.” “Maury County has made huge progress with historic preservation,” Sharp says. “We can’t rebuild these buildings, and if we don’t save them, we lose our Southern charm.” The James K. Polk Ancestral Home in Columbia is another historic gem. It has been the main historic site dedicated to the 11th president of the United States since 1929. In 2009, the James K. Polk Memorial Association renovated an

1882 church near the Polk Home and turned it into the Polk Presidential Hall, a museum gallery that hosts changing exhibitions and educational programs. “Polk Presidential Hall opened in May 2009 with an original exhibition on the three U.S. presidents from Tennessee – Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk and Andrew Johnson,” says John Holtzapple, director of the James K. Polk Ancestral Home. “Our current exhibition focuses on Dick Poynor, an enslaved craftsman in early 19th-century Tennessee who bought his freedom by making chairs. Decorative arts historians and collectors now regard Poynor chairs as excellent examples of early Tennessee furniture.” From April through June 2010, Polk Presidential Hall will host “The White House Garden,” a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution and the White House Historical Association. When renovating the 1882 church, officials from the Polk Home were careful to preserve its character and architectural features. Likewise, Sharp was intent on preserving the original features of the Carriage House. “Inside, it had 1970s-style paneling, and when we tore that down, we found the original rock foundation for the Carriage House,” he says. “We even found a water spigot in the corner. We kept those original rock walls exposed and left the spigot where it was. It’s such

a neat little building.” The Carriage House has been a florist shop since 1978, but a century before, it was used as servants’ quarters and a pantry.  “In the 1930s, it housed the first ambu­ lance service in Columbia,” Sharp says.  The Columbia Athenaeum has a storied history as well. From 1852 until 1904, it flourished as a school for girls, where young women learned subjects such as world history, physics, calculus and English literature. The building is admired for its Moorish-Gothic architecture and hosts an annual weeklong Girls’ School where young girls dress in 1861 clothing and take classes that were offered when the Athenaeum was in operation. “The Athenaeum was one of the only schools of its time that taught science to females,” Sharp says.  Other antebellum structures in Maury County include Rippavilla Plantation, Elm Springs (National Headquarters of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Oaklawn, Mayes Place in downtown Columbia, Rattle and Snap Plantation, Hamilton Place, St. Johns Church and Ferguson Hall. “It’s important for people to know the history of our buildings and to preserve the integrity of the past,” Sharp says. “By honoring our past, we’re anchoring our future.”

Clockwise from top left: An office in downtown Columbia; 1861 Athenaeum Girls School; the Mayes-Hatcher House; Rippavilla Plantation; Polk Presidential Hall at the James K. Polk Ancestral Home

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cenic farmland is one of Maury County’s many charms, and several area farms are promoting themselves as agritourism destinations with hayrides, corn mazes and other family friendly attractions. “Many people don’t have access to a farm, so visiting one is a new experience that’s fun and educational,” says Thelma Ring, who owns Ring Farm in Columbia with her husband, Johnny. “I love seeing excitement in the children’s eyes when they learn about milking a cow and see how corn and cotton grow. I’ve been amazed at how much the parents learn, too.” The Rings have lived on their farm for 35 years and opened it to the public five years ago. They offer summer day camps in June, and the farm’s picnic pavilion and fire pits are rented year-round for cookouts, family reunions and birthday parties.  But the farm’s busiest season by far is fall

when they entertain visitors with a 10-acre corn maze, a half-acre cotton maze, two 40-foot slides, a hayride, a pumpkin patch and the ever-popular corn cannon. “The corn cannon works with air pressure and shoots an ear of corn at a target,” Ring says. “It’s more about luck than anything, but it can be very addictive when you get a bunch of men out there. The women are usually better, to tell you the truth.” Ring uses the corn maze to teach kids about Tennessee history. “I focused on Rutherford County in 2009. The corn maze was a map of the county, and the kids had to locate 31 sites in the maze,” she says. “When they found it, they read the history of that site and discovered little-known facts that are really interesting.” Charles and Gail Pigg of Santa Fe also open their farm to the public, but its appeal is quite different. The farm has been in the Pigg family

Where to Go Ring Farm 2628 Greens Mill Road Columbia, TN 38401 (931) 486-2395 www.ringfarm.com Pigg School House & Museum 4719 Mingo Branch Road Santa Fe, TN 38482 (931) 682-2336 Arugula’s Star of Neal Family Farms 6624 Leipers Creek Road Columbia, TN 38401 (931) 682-3314 www.arugulasstar farm.com

Top: The Pigg School House and Museum on a 140-acre farm in Sante Fe Bottom left: School children from Lewisburg arrive at Ring Farm in Columbia for an evening field trip.

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Thelma and Johnny Ring open their 130-acre farm to the public to host various autumn attractions in Columbia. Bottom right: Pumpkin launch at Rippavilla Plantation in Spring Hill

for more than a century is home to the old Pigg School House, which served the community from 1884 until 1920. “The school house was located about a fourth of a mile from our farm, and we used to visit it because Charles’ father went to school there,” Gail Pigg says. “It had no flooring and was about to fall down, and we wanted to buy it. The owner decided to give it to us, so we moved it here and restored it.” The Piggs were able to save the school’s outside walls, blackboards, and the bell atop the building, but they had to put in a new floor and roof. An old 12

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school desk holds pencils in an 1858 jar, a lunch pail, old school books and a wooden paddle, and the original blackboards still have writings from former teachers. “It’s cute.” Gail Pigg says. “Tour buses come by, and we’ve had class reunions and senior citizens meetings there. I even had my 50th high school class reunion in it.” Charles and Gail Pigg graduated from Santa Fe High School in 1956 and 1957. They married in 1958 and purchased the farm from Charles Pigg’s family in 1961. 

“We’re working on building a log cabin near the school house and Charles plans to build a small log church out there, too,” Gail says. “We don’t take vacations – instead we work on this project. We don’t do it for money. We do it to preserve history and have fun.” Arugula’s Star of Neal Family Farms in Columbia hosts a farm tour and dinner in the fall that attracted 130 participants in 2009. The farm is certified organic and sells its produce directly to consumers through a Community Supported

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Agriculture program. “We raise 130 types of fruits and vegetables, focusing on heirloom varieties and items not available in stores,” says Matthew Neal, who owns the farm with his wife, Allison. “We sell directly to area families. They get fresh produce every week that’s been picked a day or two before it’s delivered.” Other local agritourism destinations include Rippavilla Plantation’s annual corn maze, farmers markets in Spring Hill and Columbia, and the Middle Tennessee Research and Education Center in Spring Hill.

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exington raises racehorses and Shelbyville turns out Tennessee Walking Horses, but Columbia and Maury County have been majoring in mules for nearly 200 years. The area is the Mule Capital of the World, thanks to its rich history as a mule-trading center and Mule Day, an annual celebration of the hard-working farm animal. The springtime mule show and sale that started here in the early 1800s – formerly called First Monday and Breeders Day – became for a time one of the largest livestock markets in the world. In 1934, the addition of a Mule Day parade lent the sale a festive atmosphere. The original Mule Day eventually went away for a time, but the Maury County Bridle and Saddle Club brought it back to life in 1974. Today it takes place at Maury County Park during the weekend before the first Monday in April. “Mule Day has since grown from a small-town festival to one of the premier events in the Southeast,” says Harvey Spann, who has been bringing his own mules to the show since its revival 35 years ago. Spann also serves as Mule Day office manager and camping director. The four-day festival includes a range of competitive events and exhibitions along with arts and crafts, a liars’ contest, a beauty pageant, square dancing and children’s activities. “I think people take pride in it because it puts us on the map,” Spann continues. “We’ve been raising mules here since before World War I.” Festival attendance estimates range from 150,000 to 300,000 visitors annually. Visitors come from almost every state and several countries, pumping more than $15 million into the local economy.

From left to right: Mules pull wagons toward Maury County Park to kick off Mule Day; Amazing Grace rings a bell as her handler looks on.

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Centuries-old Mule Day festival is annual spring highlight

“We love Mule Day because of everything it represents: small town values, a sense of community, and reuniting with old friends.� Elizabeth Hicks, Former Mule Day Queen

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aury County’s diverse economy allows it to weather tough economic times, and many niche businesses have been growing and prospering. That’s the case with two local manufacturers – WireMasters Inc. and Columbia Machine Works Inc. – that are turning out their products in steadily growing numbers. WireMasters Inc., owned by David and Debra Hill, manufactures and ships precision-made, strong cable harnesses that go into the electronic controls on commercial airplanes, military planes and military weapons such as missiles, tanks and ships. The company was founded and established in 1988 in Franklin, and David Hill went to work for WireMasters in 1991. After being with the company for 10 years, he purchased the company in 2001. That same year, the company had

A wire stripping machine at WireMasters Inc. of Columbia

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Left: At Columbia Machine Works Inc. an employee repairs a 38,000-pound metal stamping toggle press.

15 employees and annual sales of less than $1 million. Today, WireMasters has 93 employees and sales of $45 million to $50 million annually, and a yearly payroll of $10 million. “I’m an aggressive businessman who hires hard-working, intelligent employees who enjoy the fact that many of our jobs involve contracts with the United States government,” Hill says. “I was born and raised in Maury County, so I hire mostly Maury County residents. We have a great workforce in place.” When Hill purchased the company in 2001, he wanted to eventually move the entire operation from Williamson County to neighboring Maury County. That became a reality in 2007 when he relocated to the current site in northern Columbia. Hill says the company prides itself on service. Callers will always reach a live person rather than an automated

service and WireMasters completes all of its jobs prior to deadline. “As for our products, we manufacture mill wire cable to military specifications, and our cables must meet cold and heat tolerances, plus hydraulic fluids must perform through any kinds of stresses,” Hill says. “We deal with global companies such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, but our cables also go into small private airplanes that fly out of Maury Regional Airport, and even hobby airplanes.” Another Maury County business success story is Columbia Machine Works Inc., which rebuilds fuel tanks for U.S. barges in order to equip the tanks with double hulls. Those double hulls meet new federal requirements to help prevent oil spills. John K. Langsdon started the company in 1927, and today Columbia Machine Works is owned and operated

by brothers Jimmy and John K. Langsdon III. “Our building has some of the largest machine tools found anywhere in Middle Tennessee, and we have two full-time mechanical engineers on staff to oversee all of our projects,” Jimmy Langsdon says. “Our company manufactures a lot of parts for the steel industry, with those parts ultimately going into barges, tug boats and tow boats.” He says even in these difficult economic times, Columbia Machine Works has remained busy and is prospering. “We have an excellent workforce of 68 employees, many of whom have been with the company for a good number of years,” Jimmy Langsdon says. “This kind of business is always interesting and we never know what challenge the next day will bring.” M au r y C o u n t y

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Biz Briefs Businesses – both large and small – that help define maury county’s economic climate

Scorecard Business At A Glance

$661,917 Retail sales ($1,000)

$9,257 Retail sales per capita

$75,664 Accommodations and food service sales ($1,000)

5,468 Total number of firms Source: U.S. Census QuickFacts

SoftSpace Biz: Full-service design,fabrication company Buzz: SoftSpace is a full-service design and fabrication company servicing the trade show, event marketing, retail and architectural industries. Its 20,000-square-foot Columbia facility offers everything from 3D design and product engineering capabilities to printing, fabrication, and installation and logistical solutions. www.softspace1.com 20

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Artisan Industry Biz: Creator of large-scale play structures Buzz: From its headquarters in Northpointe, Artisan Industry creates huge, fanciful places – everything from a city hall in Frederick, Colo., to the Highfield Tree in Highfield Discovery Gardens of Glenwood, Ohio. Other projects include an installation at Jungle Jim’s in Rehoboth Beach, Del., and a waterfall feature at the city wellness center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. www.artisanindustry.com

Harley-Davidson Superstore of Columbia Biz: Harley-Davidson superstore Buzz: Located at Exit 46 on I-65, the new Harley-Davidson Superstore of Columbia is all about motorcycles and the people who ride them. In addition to a huge selection of bikes and merchandise, the facility features an outdoor music event center and more. www.hdcolumbia.com

South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance Biz: Nonprofit workforce training organization Buzz: Based in Columbia, the South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance provides a wide range of job training and educational opportunities to people in an eight-county area, while helping match workers with employers. www.sctworkforce.org

Cytec Industries Inc. Biz: Global specialty chemicals and materials company Buzz: Cytec Industries Inc. is focused on developing, manufacturing and selling value-added products, which serve markets including aerospace, adhesives, automotive and industrial coatings, and more. The company has a location in Mount Pleasant. www.cytec.com

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singles in baseball, he says, and they deserve the same promotion as nationally known retailers and restaurants. “The Retail Council was established in 2009 to place more emphasis on the retail component in Maury County,” Church says. “One program we have initiated is a Make It Maury campaign, which arose from a trip to Marion, Ind., that several Alliance officials took in 2009.” Church says Marion has become well

known in economic development circles for successfully trumpeting new stores, and it does well in attracting niche businesses to town. That’s what Maury Alliance has started to do. “For example, in late 2009 a new business called Yip Yap pet grooming opened in Maury County, so we put a banner on their building that said, ‘Yip Yap Makes It Maury.’ We kept that banner hanging for a few weeks,” he says. “That’s how the Alliance plans to promote businesses from now on. Whether a SuperTarget moves into Spring Hill, or a mom-and-pop shop moves into Columbia, or a tiny store with two employees opens in Mt. Pleasant, we will announce that news better than we ever have before.” Maury Alliance Chairman Randy Wilmore says the Make It Maury campaign is also encouraging residents to spend more shopping dollars locally. “People from Giles, Marshall, Hickman, Lewis and Lawrence counties are coming to shop in Maury County,” Wilmore says. “But many Maury County residents are going to Franklin and Nashville to shop, perhaps thinking that things are bigger and better there. That’s where our Retail Council must do a better job promoting our own county.” Wilmore says Maury County really has everything a consumer could want, and keeping the sales tax dollars here would help to keep local jobs. “We want people to realize that wherever they decide to shop, it will affect their own community,” he says. – Kevin Litwin

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arvey Church points out that in a baseball game, the media mostly celebrates home runs and the occasional triple or double. But what about all of the singles? The head of the Maury Alliance Retail Council says that in 2010 and beyond, the Alliance is going to make a bigger deal out of smaller new businesses that open stores or restaurants in the area. Those smaller business openings are akin to

Harvey Church, left, and Randy Wilmore, right, of the Maury Alliance

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Business | Economic Profile

Maury County Business climate Maury County has a diverse economic climate, with a mix of large companies and about 600 small businesses. The Maury Alliance is dedicated to helping existing businesses thrive while bringing new businesses to the community.

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5,608 Associates

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Maury Alliance 106 W. Sixth St. Columbia, TN 38402 (931) 388-2155 www.mauryalliance.com The Maury Alliance serves as both a chamber of commerce and an economic development initiative for the county. Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development 312 Rosa Parks Ave., 11th Floor Nashville, TN 37243 (615) 741-1888 www.tennessee.gov/ecd/

MORE ONLINE imagesmaury.com mauryalliance.com More facts, stats and community information, including relocation tools and links to resources.

Maury Regional Airport 1200 N. Main St. Mt. Pleasant, TN 38474 (931) 379-5511 www.maurywebpages.com/ airport.htm

JObs by industry Service Jobs 

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Retail Trade Jobs 

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Manufacturing Jobs 

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Finance, Insurance & Real Estate Jobs 

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Public Administration Jobs 

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Construction Jobs 

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Transportation & Communications Jobs  1,118 Wholesale Trade Jobs  1,018 Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Jobs 

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Mt. Pleasant Power System

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“We Light Up Your World” 123 N. Main St. • P.O. Box 186 Mt. Pleasant, TN 38474-0186 (931) 379-3233 • Fax (931) 379-9223

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Cytec Industries Inc. Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee

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Left and right: Campbell Station Country Store & Restaurant Middle: Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse & Bakery

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aury County is home to many great restaurants that offer a down-home atmosphere reminiscent of a simpler time. One well-known spot is Campbell Station Country Store & Restaurant, owned by Carlene Landers. This quaint home-cooking restaurant is tucked away in a remote part of Culleoka, but customers drive here from as far away as Nashville, Franklin and Pulaski. Campbell Station Country Store & Restaurant opened in 2004 in a 100-year-old grocery store, and the popular place has been featured on Tennessee Crossroads and in several newspaper articles. It seats 110 people

and serves traditional Southern dishes such as steaks, fried pies, frog legs, hand-cut ribeye, catfish and turnip greens. “The restaurant is located in an old country store building where I still sell gasoline, candy bars and cold drinks, but we are mostly known for the restaurant,” Landers says. “My place is always busy, even though we are certainly off the beaten path.” Campbell Station is located just off Highway 373 and is about eight miles from Interstate 65. “It’s just word of mouth that has made this place such a success, along with good food,” she says. “People these

days still enjoy real home cooking, and I make everything from scratch. All my dishes are as fresh as they can be.” Another popular place is Williamsport Market and Deli, a small, welcoming grocery that offers a daily menu including breakfast, lunch specials, catfish on Fridays and Sunday plate lunches. The venue also puts on a live music performance series with a set dinner menu of hamburger steak, cheeseburger meals, chicken tenders or salad and homemade cobbler. Other favorites include Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse & Bakery, a country cafe in Pottsville that draws crowds from miles around, Nett’s at Bethel and Fly General Store in Santa Fe.  – Kevin Litwin

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Education

Beyond the Classroom Columbia Central and CSCC offer TOP-Notch opportunities

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aury County students of all ages have access to nationally renowned educational programs in its public schools, plus affordable, quality programs offered by Columbia State Community College, which has seen a significant spike in enrollment recently.

Columbia State Community College Columbia State Community College offers excellent education at an affordable price – a message the school is trumpeting. Thousands of students are hearing that message loud and clear. For the fall 2009 semester, enrollment at Columbia State peaked at a record 5,581 students – a 17 percent increase over the previous year’s enrollment figure of 4,767. “Especially in these difficult economic times, students need higher education, and they can complete their first two years of college at a much lower price at Columbia State compared to most universities,” says Paul Hickey, director of public relations at the college. “And they can take the exact same core classes here that they can at any four-year school.” Hickey points out that Columbia State is accredited by the same Southern Association of Colleges and Schools that accredits universities such as Vanderbilt, Tennessee, Belmont, Lipscomb and Middle Tennessee State. “Every professor at Columbia State is required to have a master’s degree, and 85 percent of our faculty and staff hold even more advanced degrees,” Hickey says. Columbia State is headquartered in Maury County but serves a total of nine south-central Tennessee counties with its five campuses. Columbia State offers more than 50 areas of study, and the majority of students complete their two-year associate degrees and transfer to four-year institutions.  – Jeannie Naujeck and Kevin Litwin

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Maury County Public Schools Maury County students in grades kindergarten through 12th are served by Maury County Public Schools, which comprises 10 elementary schools, three middle schools, three unit schools, one alternative school and three high schools. One of the system’s most recent success stories has been that of Columbia Central High School, which is home to an impressive lineup of classes and some innovative programs that have attracted national attention. Along with 145 classes, 50 student clubs, a growing roster of Advanced Placement courses and award-winning academic teams, the school offers instruction for more than a dozen career and technical areas. It also boasts a 95 percent attendance rate. “We offer what students are interested in and move them to the highest level,” says Columbia Central High School Principal Cindy Johnson. “If they know how they can use their skills in their chosen vocation, it makes them attempt to excel at a higher degree.” These programs include mass communication, a popular program started by broadcast journalism teacher Dan Bell. Students in Bell’s classes produce Pride TV, an awardwinning television broadcast featuring stories about people and events at the school and in the community. Another example is the construction technology program,

in which students learn how to build a single-family home to market specifications. When finished, it is moved to an actual home lot and sold.

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The High Life at Twilight Sunset Symphony tops Columbia’s cultural calendar

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pportunities to enjoy and explore the arts abound in Maury County, with a year-round cultural calendar that includes everything from juried artisan craft fairs to classical music performances. Maury County is home to a multifaceted population that not only appreciates creative expression, but also encourages it throughout the community. Arts immersion starts young at the Mt. Pleasant Middle School for the Visual and Performing Arts, where students build self-confidence and develop their creative skills through a curriculum that integrates the arts with academics. The school is supported by a public-private partnership called the Kids on Stage Foundation.  Teens and adults can find creative self-expression through the Maury County Arts Guild, which for more than 35 years has offered community theater, art exhibition opportunities, and classes in photography, drawing and painting. Visiting artists can show their works at the well-regarded Pryor Art Gallery at Columbia State Community College, which hosts artists in a variety of media, from painting and photography to sculpture and pottery. One of the cultural highlights of the year is Sunset Symphony, an annual outdoor dinner and musical perfor­ mance held on the grounds of one of Maury County’s stunning antebellum homes, Elm Springs, each summer. Sunset Symphony is a fundraiser for the Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club, which uses the $14,000 to $18,000 generated by the event each year to support a service project that includes building park shelter, financing a clean water project in Honduras and providing academic scholarships for high school seniors.  “Instead of doing a bunch of smaller fundraisers, we decided to do one big

one and work on it all year long,” says Mike Sharpton, president of the club and a Certified Financial Planner™ with MetLife. An average of 700 people each summer enjoy a sit-down gourmet dinner, featuring such entrees as tenderloin and pecan-crusted chicken. But there’s nothing stuffy about Sunset Symphony. Prizes are awarded for the most elaborate and outrageously decorated tables, and the outdoor nature of the event encourages attendees to dress for summer. “It’s a formal dinner in an informal setting,” Sharpton says. The music part of the event is free and open to the public. Each year,

more than 1,000 people bring their own picnics and enjoy music, including performances by the Maury County Community Band and a professional symphony. The repertoire ranges from classical to pops, and the crowd goes wild when the orchestra launches into a modern classic such as “Freebird” by Lynyrd Skynyrd. “Some people wish they’d play more Bach and Beethoven; some wish they’d play more rock and roll,” Sharpton says with a laugh. “But it’s a great crowd, a lively crowd. You’ll see local judges holding up their cigarette lighters like they were at a rock concert!” – Jeannie Naujeck

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A Healthy Career Choice Hospital-school partnership prepares students for careers

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in HOSA starting as freshmen with a general health science education course. Columbia Central High School’s nursing pathway prepares students for licensure as a certified nursing assistant. “When they’ve passed the exam, they can work as a certified nursing assistant at a nursing home or hospital,” says Susan Chapman, supervisor of Career and Technical Education at Columbia Central High School. “But it’s not our intention that they just be a CNA. That’s just one step on the ladder.” Some students go on to become a licensed practical nurse (LPN) or registered nurse (RN), she says. Maury Regional Medical Center works with the schools as an employer partner, offering students job shadowing and mentoring opportunities in rotations that include emergency medicine, radiology, nursing and respiratory therapy. Those who go on to college nursing programs often come back to Maury Regional Medical Center to fulfill their

clinical requirements, Brewer says. And even students who find they do not want to do hands-on work with patients gain exposure to careers such as pharmacy, dietetics and hospital business and finance. For the hospital, the investment is well worth it. “Even in the elementary schools, we’ll go in and talk about health-care careers,” Brewer says. “We want to grow our own workforce. We will always need health-care professionals.” A Growing Field The health-care industry actually added more than 600,000 new jobs during the two-year recession that began December 2007. Health-care occupations will continue to grow over the next decade, adding more than 3 million new wage and salary jobs by 2018—more than any other industry—to handle an aging population. – Jeannie Naujeck

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Center of the Action Maury County Park fosters fitness, fun and community

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aury County Park, a 242-acre park in Columbia, is the heart of outdoor recreation and the center of community life for children and adults. “It’s a real gathering place and a happening spot for Maury County,” says Patrick Harlan of the Maury Alliance. Located in Columbia, the park’s central feature is Kids Kingdom, a playground with a castle-like structure that was renovated top to bottom in 2009 by a class from Leadership Maury, a community leadership program and service organization. The volunteer group power-washed and resealed the surfaces of the castle, added sand to the sandbox and new wood chips to the play areas beneath the slides and swings. “They spent a lot of time working on it top to bottom,” says Al Ray, director of Maury County Parks & Recreation. “This structure is constantly used; it’s a focal point of the park, and they made it look nice and extended its life several years.” says Ray. Because of its size and proximity to downtown, Maury County Park is the crown jewel of an active parks system that also includes Woodland Park, Fairview Park, Williams Spring, Chickasaw Trace and Stillhouse Hollow Falls. Ray estimates that 600,000 to 800,000 people use facilities or attend events in the park annually, with the number rising

each year as more residents look for low-cost ways to enjoy the outdoors close to home.  During warm months the park is busy with horse shows, beauty pageants, ball games, the Maury County Fair and Mule Day, a hugely popular April festival that features a parade from downtown Columbia to the park. Mule Day, dating to 1840, commemorates Columbia’s livestock markets and agrarian heritage, and it has turned into a nearly weeklong fair that attracts thousands of visitors. “It’s a major part of our history from when we were settled, a great day of commerce,” Harlan says. “It is the destination.” For everyday celebrations, Maury County Park also offers residents walking trails, softball and football fields and eight picnic pavilions with grills, tables, electricity and running water. One of its most unique features is the train track for the Mid-South Live Steamers, a scale model train that operates just like real steamers of yore. During spring and fall meetups, steamer train enthusiasts take children and adults on a nostalgic trip back to the glory days of rail transport with free rides around the park. The trains are accurate in scale and historical details, Ray says.   “They’re heavy and substantial and a big investment,” Ray says. “They’re not toys – well, maybe toys for big kids.” – Jeannie Naujeck

What’s Online  See what it’s like to ride a miniature train at Maury County Park in our quick video. Visit imagesmaury.com. Christian Wilson plays at the Kids Kingdom playground at Maury County Park in Columbia.

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Community Profile

Maury County Snapshot Maury County has a wealth of scenic green spaces, shops, antebellum homes and historic sites, and it’s just about an hour’s drive from downtown Nashville.

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Population Total Population: 81,938

Medical Overview Maury County residents enjoy first-rate health and medical services, including the care available at the top-ranked Maury Regional Medical Center.

Educational Overview

The Athenaeum Rectory 808 Athenaeum St. Columbia, TN38401 (931) 381-4822 James K. Polk Ancestral Home 301 W. Seventh St. Columbia, TN 38402 (931) 388-2354 http://www.jameskpolk.com The Maury County Arts Guild 705 Lion Parkway Columbia, TN 38401 (931) 381-9494 http://www.artsguild.org Rippavilla Plantation 5700 Main St. Columbia, TN 38402 (931) 486-9037 Pryor Art Gallery at Columbia State Community College Waymon L. Hickman Building 1665 Hampshire Pike Columbia, TN 38401 (931) 540-2722 PryorGallery@Columbia State.edu

Maury County has an excellent public school system and several private schools. Higher education is available at Columbia State Community College, and an array of other colleges and universities can be found in nearby Nashville.

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2010 Business Guide The following information was provided by the Maury alliance. The area code is 931 and the state is Tennessee, unless otherwise noted.

Accountants – Certified – Public Brown & Maguire, CPAs 388-3008, Fax: 388-3017 502 N. Garden St., Ste. 208, Columbia, 38401 Hughes & Johnson, CPAs 381-8888, Fax: 381-8889 101 Bass Dr., P.O. Box 453, Columbia, 38402-0453 Gregory Johnson, CPA 381-7010, Fax: 381-3752 204 W. Fourth St., Ste. B, Columbia, 38401 Kraft, CPAs PLLC 388-3711, Fax: 388-9998 610 N. Garden St., Ste. 200, Columbia, 38401 Alan Thomason, CPA 381-7010, Fax: 381-3752 204 W. Fourth St., Ste. B, Columbia, 38401 Wells Accounting & Tax Services 381-7258, Fax: 388-5271 604 N. High St., Columbia, 38401 Accounting & Tax Services Gregory Johnson, CPA 381-7010, Fax: 381-3752 204 W. Fourth St., Ste. B, Columbia, 38401 Advertising Charter Business • 840-3932 2008 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Willow Advertising & Publishing 540-8800, Fax: 540-8852 611 N. Main St., Stes. A & C, P.O. Box 583, Columbia, 38402-0583 Advertising Specialties Brown & Bigelow 381-1376, Fax: 381-1376 2703 Mere Dr., Columbia, 38401 Winning Moves Promotional Edge 380-9229, Fax: 380-0088 1011 Carmack Blvd., Ste. 1, Columbia, 38401 Agricultural Research The Center for Profitable Agriculture 486-2777, Fax: 486-0141 1000 Main Entrance Dr., P.O. Box 1819, Spring Hill, 37174-1819 Middle Tennessee Research & Education Center – UT 486-2129, Fax: 486-0141 1000 Main Entrance Dr., P.O. Box 160, Spring Hill, 37174-0160 Agriculture – Agri-Businesses The Center for Profitable Agriculture 486-2777, Fax: 486-0141 1000 Main Entrance Dr., P.O. Box 1819, Spring Hill, 37174-1819 Middle Tennessee Research & Education Center – UT 486-2129, Fax: 486-0141 1000 Main Entrance Dr., P.O. Box 160, Spring Hill, 37174-0160 Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation 388-7872, Fax: 388-5818 147 Bear Creek Pk., P.O. Box 313, Columbia, 38402-0313 Air Duct Cleaning Service Master by Stechyn & Son 840-0065, Fax: 840-0475 97 Oak Valley Dr., Spring Hill, 37174 SERVPRO 388-4248, Fax: (615) 791-9281 3542 Jim Warren Rd., Spring Hill, 37174

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Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services Narrow Trail Ranch 486-1010, Fax: 486-0840 2532 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Place of Hope – Mike Coupe 388-9406, Fax: 388-9418 105 N. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Alterations Services Fashion Fresh Cleaners • 388-3876 500 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

Poplar Estates Retirement Center 381-8405, Fax: 381-8442 1310 Rosewood Dr., Columbia, 38401 Sterling House of Columbia 380-1000, Fax: 380-2949 5011 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Athletic Fields – Sports Fields Southern Athletic Fields Inc. 380-0023, Fax: 380-0145 1309 Mainsail Dr., Columbia, 38401

Willows Apartments • 380-2956 1500 Rosewood Dr., Columbia, 38401

Attorneys Colley & Colley 388-8564, Fax: 388-8569 710 N. Main St., Columbia, 38401 DuBois, DuBois & Bates PC 388-2526, Fax: 388-8137 810 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 339, Columbia, 38402-0339 Fleming, Flynn & Murphy PC 388-0832, Fax: 381-9530 207 W. Eighth St., P.O. Box 90, Columbia, 38402-0090 Hardin & Parkes PLLC 388-4022, Fax: 381-9597 102 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 929, Columbia, 38402-0929 Dalton Mounger, Attorney At Law 380-9005, Fax: 380-9458 808 S. High St., P.O. Box 1468, Columbia, 38402-1468 Tisher & Wolaver PLLC 388-8868, Fax: 388-6717 809 S. Main St., P.O. Box 1431, Columbia, 38402-1431

Appraisers – Real Estate Bob Duncan and Associates 381-1500, Fax: 381-1516 609 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401

Authors Heartwise Press – Sheila Butt • 698-5432 3870 Albert Matthews Rd, P.O. Box 1283, Columbia, 38402

Waggoner Appraisals 381-8556, Fax: 381-8373 939 Riverview Ln., P.O. Box 1375, Columbia, 38402-1375

Automobile Audio Alexander Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Jeep Eagle 380-0800, Fax: 381-8201 106 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 2029, Columbia, 38402-2029

Amusement Companies Maury County Fair Board 446-2901, Fax: 381-0379 P.O. Box 1712, Columbia, 38402-1712 Apartments Columbia Housing Authority 388-5203, Fax: 540-8684 201 Dyer St., Columbia, 38401 General Management Co. 388-8811, Fax: 380-3038 The Office, 2411 Pulaski Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Graymere Apartments 381-9329, Fax: 381-8595 1955 Union Pl., Ste. E-1, Columbia, 38401 The Lakes of Columbia 381-2145, Fax: 381-2146 1422 Clubhouse Dr., Ste. B-101, Columbia, 38401 Stonebridge Apartments 381-4332, Fax: 381-4323 100 Stonebridge Way, Columbia, 38401

Architects & Architectural Illustrators – Planners B 3 Studio Inc. (615) 469-7856, Fax: (615) 469-7248 1587 Mallory Ln., Ste. 175, Brentwood, 37027-2854 Architects – Engineers B 3 Studio Inc. (615) 469-7856, Fax: (615) 469-7248 1587 Mallory Ln., Ste. 175, Brentwood, 37027-2854 SSOE Inc. (615) 661-7585, Fax: (615) 661-7569 214 Centerview Dr., Ste. 300, Brentwood, 37027 Artists Jennifer Grisham • 381-1870 440 Oakwood Dr., Columbia, 38401 Arts – Performance & Education Maury County Arts Guild • 381-9494 705 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401 Assisted Living Communities The Bridge Assisted Living 381-6265, Fax: 381-7636 851 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Morning Pointe of Columbia 388-2200, Fax: 380-5359 2050 Union Pl., Columbia, 38401

Automobile Body Shops Alexander Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Jeep Eagle 380-0800, Fax: 381-8201 106 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 2029, Columbia, 38402-2029 Autobody Advantage of Columbia LLC 381-4140, Fax: 381-4245 2412 Precast Dr., Columbia, 38401 Autobody America 388-9988, Fax: 388-1494 2400 Pulaski Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Brown’s Body Shop 381-4915, Fax: 388-7089 1505 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Automobile Dealers Alexander Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Jeep Eagle 380-0800, Fax: 381-8201 106 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 2029, Columbia, 38402-2029 Bostelman Enterprises 388-5155, Fax: 388-5112 225 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Lucas Chevrolet-Cadillac Inc. 388-3824, Fax: 388-3821 101 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 357, Columbia, 38402-0357

Maury Alliance Parks Motor Sales Inc. 388-5843, Fax: 388-6212 919 Nashville Hwy., P.O. Box 364, Columbia, 38402-0364

Heritage Bank & Trust 388-1970, Fax: 388-1979 217 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1970, Columbia, 38402-1970

Roberts Toyota 388-3006, Fax: 388-3175 1027 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401

Regions Bank 388-1000, Fax: 380-5155 610 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

Service Master by Stechyn & Son 840-0065, Fax: 840-0475 97 Oak Valley Dr., Spring Hill, 37174

Sloan Ford Lincoln Mercury Inc. 388-2463, Fax: 388-0353 115 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1096, Columbia, 38402-1096

SunTrust Bank (615) 302-2909, Fax: (615) 302-2872 4929 Main St., Spring Hill, 37174

SERVPRO 388-4248, Fax: (615) 791-9281 3542 Jim Warren Rd., Spring Hill, 37174

US Bank 381-3970, Fax: 381-1907 901 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

Cash Advances

Utility Equipment Service Inc. 489-0900, Fax: 489-1084 4584 Tom Lunn Rd., P.O. Box 579, Spring Hill, 37174 Automobile Leasing – Rentals – Sales Alexander Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Jeep Eagle 380-0800, Fax: 381-8201 106 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 2029, Columbia, 38402-2029 Enterprise Rent-A-Car 380-9100, Fax: 381-2123 1210 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Lucas Chevrolet-Cadillac Inc. 388-3824, Fax: 388-3821 101 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 357, Columbia, 38402-0357 Parks Motor Sales Inc. 388-5843, Fax: 388-6212 919 Nashville Hwy., P.O. Box 364, Columbia, 38402-0364 Sloan Ford Lincoln Mercury Inc. 388-2463, Fax: 388-0353 115 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1096, Columbia, 38402-1096 U-Save Auto Rental/Darryl Watson Motors LLC 381-6001, Fax: 381-6096 1511 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Automobile Parts – Wholesale Rippey Auto and Industrial Supply 388-0723, Fax: 388-9069 117 E. Sixth St., Columbia, 38401 Automobile Rentals U-Save Auto Rental/Darryl Watson Motors LLC 381-6001, Fax: 381-6096 1511 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Utility Equipment Service Inc. 489-0900, Fax: 489-1084 4584 Tom Lunn Rd., P.O. Box 579, Spring Hill, 37174 Automobile Repairs – Services Alexander Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Jeep Eagle 380-0800, Fax: 381-8201 106 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 2029, Columbia, 38402-2029 Bratton’s Auto Repair • 381-4041 2502 Pillow Dr., Columbia, 38401 Roberts Toyota 388-3006, Fax: 388-3175 1027 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Utility Equipment Service Inc. 489-0900, Fax: 489-1084 4584 Tom Lunn Rd., P.O. Box 579, Spring Hill, 37174 Bail Bonds Grumpy’s Bail Bonds LLC 380-2797, Fax: (615) 591-7454 426 Century Ct., Ste. 101, Franklin, 37064 Bakeries Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse & Bakery • 380-0968 4205 Hwy. 431, Columbia, 38401 Banks & Banking Associations Community First Bank & Trust 380-2265, Fax: 388-3188 501 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1037, Columbia, 38402-1037 Community South Bank 388-1898, Fax: 388-6225 1909 Shady Brook St., Columbia, 38401 First Farmers & Merchants Bank 388-3145, Fax: 380-8392 816 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1148, Columbia, 38402-1148

Banners Winning Moves Promotional Edge 380-9229, Fax: 380-0088 1011 Carmack Blvd., Ste. 1, Columbia, 38401 Bearings – Power Transmission Rippey Auto and Industrial Supply 388-0723, Fax: 388-9069 117 E. Sixth St., Columbia, 38401 Beauty Salons Fox & Company Salon & Day Spa 381-1773, Fax: 388-7789 1211 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Beauty Schools Tennessee Career Institute – Nave Cosmetology 388-7717, Fax: 380-2038 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Bed & Breakfast Creekview Farm Retreat B&B • 682-2775 5177 Leipers Creek Rd., Santa Fe, 38482

Carpet – Rug Dealers – Cleaners Johnson’s Carpet • 388-1386 1208 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401

Cash 4 U • 388-3210 1116 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 105-B, Columbia, 38401 Caterers Cambridge Inn Caterers • 840-0788 c/o Columbia State Community College, 1665 Hampshire Pk., Columbia, 38401 Daisy Kate Catering • 381-8126 1507 Timberwood, Columbia, 38401 Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse & Bakery • 380-0968 4205 Hwy. 431, Columbia, 38401 Nolen’s Barbecue 490-0007, Fax: 490-0010 100 W. Fifth St., Columbia, 38401 Square Market & Cafe 840-3636, Fax: 840-3663 36 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Chambers Of Commerce Maury Alliance 388-2155, Fax: 380-0335 106 W. Sixth St., P.O. Box 1076, Columbia, 38402-1076 Chaplaincy – Counseling

Body Repairs – Autos Autobody America 388-9988, Fax: 388-1494 2400 Pulaski Hwy., Columbia, 38401

Maury County Jail Chaplain 380-5733, Ext. 284, Fax: 380-1122 1300 Lawson White Dr., Columbia, 38401

Bookkeeping – Accounting Services A+ Bookkeeping & Payroll Services Inc. 840-5500, Fax: 840-5501 104 W. Fifth St., Ste. A, Columbia, 38401

Cash 4 U • 388-3210 1116 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 105-B, Columbia, 38401

Bowling Ebonite’s Galaxy Bowling Lanes 381-2695, Fax: 380-2924 730 Mooresville Pk., Columbia, 38401-6342

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Builders – Developers – Management General Management Co. 388-8811, Fax: 380-3038 The Office, 2411 Pulaski Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Thomas Napier Gordon • 388-0809 P.O. Box 1526, Columbia, 38402-1526 Maury County Habitat for Humanity • 380-8947 813 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1401, Columbia, 38402-1401 Sliding Rock Management 388-9730, Fax: 388-9731 2348 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401

Check Cashing Services

Family Cash Advance • 381-9942 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 13, Columbia, 38401

Boys & Girls Club of Maury County • 490-9401 210 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401 CASA of Maury County Inc. 381-4733, Fax: 381-3111 22 Public Sq., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Family Center – South Central TN Exchange Club 388-3840, Fax: 381-7569 921 S. Beckett St., P.O. Box 576, Columbia, 38402-0576 Child Care – Development & Day Cares YMCA – Maury County 540-8320, Fax: 388-8314 1446 Oak Springs Dr., Columbia, 38401 Churches

Building Materials – Supplies Parrish Lumber & Building Supply • 388-0412 943 Riverview Ln., Columbia, 38401

First Baptist Church • 388-2655 2790 Pulaski Hwy., Columbia, 38401

Bus Rentals – Motor Coach Rentals Anchor Trailways & Tours (615) 860-6800, Fax: (615) 860-0058 3108 Blevins Rd., Nashville, 37189

New Life Church 388-7533, Fax: 388-0115 6111 Cayce Ln., Columbia, 38401

Business & Management Consultants Action Coach (615) 690-5990, Fax: (615) 690-5997 5300 Maryland Way, Ste. 101, Brentwood, 37027 Business Coaching Action Coach (615) 690-5990, Fax: (615) 690-5997 5300 Maryland Way, Ste. 101, Brentwood, 37027 Car Washes Columbia Car Wash 490-0600, Fax: 540-1020 105 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401

Mt. Calvary Baptist Church • 381-1551 312 E. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401

St. Catherine Church 388-3803, Fax: 381-8837 3019 Cayce Ln., Columbia, 38401 St. Peter’s Episcopal Church 388-3331, Fax: 381-0769 311 W. 7th St., Columbia, 38401 Clean Community – Keep America Beautiful Affiliates Keep Maury Beautiful • 388-8511 308 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 Cleaners Fashion Fresh Cleaners • 388-3876 500 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

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Maury Alliance Climate Control Storages Alexanders Climate Control Storage 381-0954, Fax: 388-7118 902 S. Main St., 101 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401 Storage Solutions 840-6201, Fax: 840-6214 6201 Cayce Ln., Columbia, 38401 Clinics & Medical Groups The Hope Clinic • 540-1200 105 N. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 National Urgent Care 380-8416, Fax: 380-8419 1116 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 110, Columbia, 38401 Prime Care Now Columbia LLC • 388-0450 1202 S. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 15, Columbia, 38401 Right Care Clinic 840-8525, Fax: 840-8535 2150 Brookmeade Dr., Ste. 130, Columbia, 38401 Clothing Stores Belk 380-2197, Fax: 381-4820 2101 Brookmeade Dr., Columbia, 38401 Clothing – Men’s Ted’s Sporting Goods 388-6387, Fax: 540-8085 806 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Clothing – Women’s – Children’s Second Time Around • 381-7222 812 Walker St., Columbia, 38401 Clubs – Country – Golf & Tennis Graymere Country Club 388-4455, Fax: 388-4459 2100 Country Club Ln., Columbia, 38401 Coffee Houses Buckhead Coffee House • 388-0804 1173 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Killion’s Coffee & Creamery • 223-5902 40 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Coffee Services – Supplies Break Time Coffee Service 381-1771, Fax: 381-1771 P.O. Box 956, Columbia, 38402-0956 Collection Agencies Fox Collection Center • 388-8415 411 Fifth Ave., Columbia, 38401 Payment America Systems 388-7633, Fax: 388-0081 1505 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Collision Repairs Autobody Advantage of Columbia LLC 381-4140, Fax: 381-4245 2412 Precast Dr., Columbia, 38401 Computer Networking DataComm.Tek Inc. • 388-4121 P.O. Box 1523, Columbia, 38402-1523 Get-Covered Managed IT Services 540-1188, Fax: 540-1199 1324 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 4, Columbia, 38401-4750 IT Xpress 490-0440, Fax: 490-0442 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 320, Franklin, 37067 Computer Networks – Disaster Recovery DataComm.Tek Inc. • 388-4121 P.O. Box 1523, Columbia, 38402-1523 Get-Covered Managed IT Services 540-1188, Fax: 540-1199 1324 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 4, Columbia, 38401-4750 IT Xpress 490-0440, Fax: 490-0442 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 320, Franklin, 37067 Computer Networks – Remote Management DataComm.Tek Inc. • 388-4121 P.O. Box 1523, Columbia, 38402-1523

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Get-Covered Managed IT Services 540-1188, Fax: 540-1199 1324 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 4, Columbia, 38401-4750 IT Xpress 490-0440, Fax: 490-0442 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 320, Franklin, 37067

Campbell & Lovell • 388-2923 2505 Keith Dr., P.O. Box 795, Columbia, 38402-0795 Kincaid Construction Services LLC 490-9782, Fax: 840-4917 2321 Campbell Park Dr., Columbia, 38401

Computers – Products & Services DataComm.Tek Inc. • 388-4121 P.O. Box 1523, Columbia, 38402-1523

Contractors – Electrical – Plumbing – Mechanical Randy Blackburn Plumbing & Drain • 381-3606 P.O. Box 855, Columbia, 38402-0855

Get-Covered Managed IT Services 540-1188, Fax: 540-1199 1324 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 4, Columbia, 38401-4750

Morgan Brothers Electric Inc. 388-4862, Fax: 380-1235 606 N. Main St., Columbia, 38401

IT Xpress 490-0440, Fax: 490-0442 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 320, Franklin, 37067

Sandrell Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. 381-2413, Fax: 381-6133 2646 Leah Dr., P.O. Box 1405, Columbia, 38402-1405

The PC Stop • 548-2015 24 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Computers – Services IT Xpress 490-0440, Fax: 490-0442 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 320, Franklin, 37067 The PC Stop • 548-2015 24 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Concrete – Stone – Sand – Gravel Nashville Ready Mix of Columbia 388-4179, Fax: 388-4089 453 Theta Pk., Columbia, 38401 Consignment Clothing Second Time Around • 381-7222 812 Walker St., Columbia, 38401 Construction – Commercial Brindley Construction LLC 363-4544, Fax: 363-1503 747 W. College St., P.O. Box 303, Pulaski, 38478

Contractors – General Brindley Construction LLC 363-4544, Fax: 363-1503 747 W. College St., P.O. Box 303, Pulaski, 38478 Columbia Construction Co. Inc. 388-0586, Fax: 388-0831 1168 Industrial Park Rd., P.O. Box 398, Columbia, 38402-0398 Doster Construction Co. (615) 468-0404, Fax: (615) 468-0405 840 Crescent Centre Dr., Ste. 220, Franklin, 37067 J.E. Crain & Son Inc. (615) 244-1222, Fax: (615) 254-5416 2525 Winford Ave., Nashville, 37211 Peach State Roofing 540-8300, Fax: 540-8378 1226 Impact Dr., Columbia, 38401 Ritco Inc. 381-0175, Fax: 388-3153 2488 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401

Kincaid Construction Services LLC 490-9782, Fax: 840-4917 2321 Campbell Park Dr., Columbia, 38401

Sliding Rock Management 388-9730, Fax: 388-9731 2348 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401

Lovell’s Masonry Inc. 388-7218, Fax: 388-7238 100 Hill St., Columbia, 38401

Convenience Stores – Gas Edwards Oil – QuikMart Co. of Lawrenceburg 762-5531, Fax: 762-3453 105 Helton Dr., P.O. Box 807, Lawrenceburg, 38464-0807

Peach State Roofing 540-8300, Fax: 540-8378 1226 Impact Dr., Columbia, 38401 Phillip’s Masonry Group Inc. 388-8820, Fax: 388-8869 1103 S. Main St., P.O. Box 2056, Columbia, 38402-2056

Cosmetics Merle Norman Cosmetics & Gifts • 388-7233 1121 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 8, Columbia, 38401

Sliding Rock Management 388-9730, Fax: 388-9731 2348 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401

Counseling Centerstone – Maury County Mental Health 381-6984, Fax: 381-7708 6011-B Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401

Construction – General Brindley Construction LLC 363-4544, Fax: 363-1503 747 W. College St., P.O. Box 303, Pulaski, 38478 Doster Construction Co. (615) 468-0404, Fax: (615) 468-0405 840 Crescent Centre Dr., Ste. 220, Franklin, 37067 J.E. Crain & Son Inc. (615) 244-1222, Fax: (615) 254-5416 2525 Winford Ave., Nashville, 37211 Ritco Inc. • 381-0175, Fax: 388-3153 2488 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401 Sliding Rock Management 388-9730, Fax: 388-9731 2348 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401 Construction – Industrial Brindley Construction LLC 363-4544, Fax: 363-1503 747 W. College St., P.O. Box 303, Pulaski, 38478

Lifecare Family Services 223-1320, Fax: 223-1339 109 Blythewood, Columbia, 38401 Maury County Jail Chaplain 380-5733, Ext. 284, Fax: 380-1122 1300 Lawson White Dr., Columbia, 38401 Place of Hope – Mike Coupe 388-9406, Fax: 388-9418 105 N. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Counseling & Community Mental Health Lifecare Family Services 223-1320, Fax: 223-1339 109 Blythewood, Columbia, 38401 Credit Unions Ascend Federal Credit Union 381-3196, Fax: 388-7128 981 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

J.E. Crain & Son Inc. (615) 244-1222, Fax: (615) 254-5416 2525 Winford Ave., Nashville, 37211

Family Advantage Credit Union 486-3125, Fax: 486-3137 100 Town Center Pkwy., P.O. Box 39, Spring Hill, 37174-0039

Sliding Rock Management 388-9730, Fax: 388-9731 2348 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401

First Community Credit Union 388-6914, Fax: 388-0084 1623 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401

Construction – Residential Brindley Construction LLC 363-4544, Fax: 363-1503 747 W. College St., P.O. Box 303, Pulaski, 38478

Day Spas – Beauty Spas Fox & Company Salon & Day Spa 381-1773, Fax: 388-7789 1211 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401

Maury Alliance Dentists Dentistry With Hart 381-5282, Fax: 381-5298 1703 Grove Dr., Columbia, 38401

William P. Ridley 4-H Center 388-4011, Fax: 381-8765 850 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401

Dentists – Dental Labs – Dental Care Beck Dental Care 388-8452, Fax: 388-5011 1603 Rosewood Dr., Columbia, 38401

Educational Resources School Zone 490-2000, Fax: 490-2002 Parkway Plaza, 1507-B Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401

Brian D. Fann, DDS Family & Cosmetic Dentist 381-6880, Fax: 381-6886 1605 Nashville Hwy, Ste. 100, Columbia, 38401

Electronic Repairs & Supplies The PC Stop • 548-2015 24 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401

Robin Wilhite, DDS • 388-2195 1300 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 David Williams, DDS, MS • 381-2700 806 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Andy Woodard, DDS • 388-1935 311 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401 Dentists – Pediatric Children’s Dental Associates • 381-9721 1706 Wedgewood Dr., Columbia, 38401 Department Stores Belk 380-2197, Fax: 381-4820 2101 Brookmeade Dr., Columbia, 38401 Diesel – Engines – Service – Parts Dixie Diesel Service 381-1647, Fax: 381-8759 200 E. 16th St., Columbia, 38401 Disability Services – Supports Impact Centers Inc. 381-2114, Fax: 381-8389 1209 Tradewinds Dr., Columbia, 38401 Disaster Relief American Red Cross – Maury County 388-3500, Fax: 388-9902 302 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 Discount Stores Dollar Mart • 540-0999 1202 S. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 6, Columbia, 38401 Wal-Mart 381-6892, Fax: 381-6610 2101 Brookmead Dr., Columbia, 38401 Walgreens Drug Store 380-0121, Fax: 380-3039 1202 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Distributors WireMasters Inc. (615) 791-0281, Fax: (615) 791-6182 1788 N. Pointe Rd., Columbia, 38401 Doors – Windows – Garages Next Door LLC 380-2675, Fax: 380-2676 182 Theta Pk., Columbia, 38401 Dry Cleaning Fashion Fresh Cleaners • 388-3876 500 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401 Economic Development Consultants Industrial Development Board of Maury County 388-3145 c/o First Farmers & Merchants Bank, 816 S. Garden St., Columbia, 38401 Maury Alliance 388-2155, Fax: 380-0335 106 W. Sixth St., P.O. Box 1076, Columbia, 38402-1076 South Central Tennessee Development District 381-2040, Fax: 381-2053 815 S. Main St., P.O. Box 1346, Columbia, 38402-1346 Educational Institutions Tennessee Career Institute – Nave Cosmetology 388-7717, Fax: 380-2038 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401

Randolph & Williams Inc. 388-7566, Fax: 381-7516 208 W. Fourth St., P.O. Box 680, Columbia, 38402-0680 Employment Agencies AllStaff Services 381-5193, Fax: 381-5397 611 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401 CaringHearts Healthcare 381-5470, Fax: 381-5132 1424 Rock Springs Rd., P.O. Box 580, Columbia, 38402-0580 Corporate Connections – University of Tennessee 380-2563, Ext. 1073, Fax: 380-2567 6000 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Randstad North America 381-9675, Fax: 388-9547 137 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Tennessee Career Center 490-3810, Fax: 490-3813 119 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 106, Columbia, 38401 Tennessee Career Center 380-2500, Fax: 380-2595 Tenn. Dept. of Labor & Workforce Dev., 119 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 106, Columbia, 38401 Work Force Essentials Inc. 490-3796, Fax: 490-3880 119 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 106, Columbia, 38401 Employment Training Services Goodwill Industries of Columbia 840-0484, Fax: 840-0669 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Employment – Link To Qualified Personnel With Disabilities Corporate Connections – University of Tennessee 380-2563, Ext. 1073, Fax: 380-2567 6000 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Engineers – Architects – Surveyors SSOE Inc. (615) 661-7585, Fax: (615) 661-7569 214 Centerview Dr., Ste. 300, Brentwood, 37027 Engineers – Civil – Environmental Webb Engineering Inc. 388-2329, Fax: 381-6106 223 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Entertainment – Family Bear Glen Championship Putting 388-3444, Fax: 388-1276 1789 Tom J. Hitch Pkwy., P.O. Box 1469, Columbia, 38402-1469 Fairs – County Fairs Maury County Fair Board 446-2901, Fax: 381-0379 P.O. Box 1712, Columbia, 38402-1712 Feed – Seed – Fertilizer Dealers Maury Farmers Cooperative 388-0714, Fax: 380-0285 423 Westover Dr., P.O. Box 860, Columbia, 38402-0860 Fences Maury Fence Co. of Tennessee Inc. 381-2980, Fax: 381-2986 2634 Leah Dr., Columbia, 38401

Finance Companies Pioneer Credit Co. 388-1040, Fax: 388-2268 609 N. Garden St., P.O. Box 1036, Columbia, 38402-1036 Financial Advisors Caledonian Financial Inc. 388-7171, Fax: 388-2518 708 N. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Edward D. Jones Investments – Dwaine Beck 381-0523, Fax: (888) 527-7390 415 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 564, Columbia, 38402-0564 Edward Jones – Bobby Harris, CFP 388-7054, Fax: 388-9253 1300 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Hooks Financial Investments 381-1753, Fax: 901-1302 1167 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 MetLife – Mike Sharpton, CFP 388-0117, Fax: 388-2517 1130 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Raymond James Financial Services 388-3090, Fax: 388-0910 1121 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Royal Alliance • 388-2031 405 W. 12th St., Columbia, 38401 Shoemaker Financial (615) 383-0262, Fax: (615) 778-1400 660 Bakers Bridge Ave., Ste. 200, Franklin, 37067 TrustCore 380-9144, Fax: 380-9061 39 Public Sq., Ste. 100, Columbia, 38401 Financial Planning MetLife – Mike Sharpton, CFP 388-0117, Fax: 388-2517 1130 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Shoemaker Financial (615) 383-0262, Fax: (615) 778-1400 660 Bakers Bridge Ave., Ste. 200, Franklin, 37067 Fitness Centers Harvey’s Gym • 297-5015 915 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1056, Fayetteville, 37334 Florists Columbia Carriage House – Florist & Gift Shop 388-3035 705 Dunnington St., Columbia, 38401 Doris’ Flowers & Gifts • 381-9341 2500 Pillow Dr., P.O. Box 493, Columbia, 38402-0493 Fund Raising Organizations United Way of Maury County 381-0100, Fax: 381-0338 P.O. Box 222, Columbia, 38402-0222 Funeral Homes – Memorial Parks Heritage Funeral Home & Cremation Services LLC 840-4750, Fax: 840-4752 609 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Oakes & Nichols Inc. 388-4711, Fax: 388-1833 320 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 1015, Columbia, 38402-1015 Spring Hill Memorial Park 486-0059, Fax: 486-0428 5239 Main St., P.O. Box 877, Spring Hill, 37174-0877 Williams Funeral Home 388-2135, Fax: 388-2137 2517 Trotwood Ave., P.O. Box 38, Columbia, 38402-0038 Furniture Installation Wayland’s Professional Movers & Furniture Install 381-8983, Fax: 381-9606 1612 Jeremy Dr., P.O. Box 1628, Columbia, 38402 Garden Centers – Nurseries Bear Creek Gardens 840-0030, Fax: 840-3530 200 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401

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Maury Alliance Gas – Industrial & Medical – Cylinder & Bulk Airgas Mid America 388-6158, Fax: 380-0758 922 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Gift Shops The Athenaeum Rectory – Maury Co. Chapter APTA • 381-4822 808 Athenaeum St., P.O. Box 942, Columbia, 38402-0942 Columbia Carriage House – Florist & Gift Shop 388-3035 705 Dunnington St., Columbia, 38401 Cracker Barrel 489-9119, Fax: 489-9114 2020 Crossing Cir., Spring Hill, 37174 Fisher Pharmacy & Gifts • 381-1395 1396 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 James K. Polk Ancestral Home 388-2354, Fax: 388-5971 301-305 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 741, Columbia, 38402-0741 Rippavilla Plantation & Gift Shop 486-9037, Fax: 486-3175 5700 Main St., P.O. Box 1169, Spring Hill, 37174-1169 Sons of Confederate Veterans – Elm Springs 380-1844, Fax: 381-6712 740 Mooresville Pk., P.O. Box 59, Columbia, 38402-0059

Save-A-Lot #152 388-9011, Fax: 840-5771 112 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

Hospice Hospice of the Highland Rim 381-4090, Fax: 381-4037 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 5, Columbia, 38401

Tietgens Cee Bee/SuperRama Food Stores 379-3041, Fax: 379-9859 815 N. Main St., Mt. Pleasant, 38474

Hospitals Maury Regional Medical Center 381-1111, Fax: 380-4016 1224 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401

Handyman Services TN Handyman Services 446-1714, Fax: 486-2821 2005 Cadence Ct., Spring Hill, 37174

Housing Information – Devlopment Columbia Housing Authority 388-5203, Fax: 540-8684 201 Dyer St., Columbia, 38401

Hardware Ace Hardware Co. – Columbia 388-1272, Fax: 388-9762 112 E. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. D, Columbia, 38401

Ice Cream – Yogurt – Frozen Custard Brusters Ice Cream 381-7008, Fax: 381-8009 1907 Shady Brook St., P.O. Box 419, Columbia, 38402-0419

Ace Home Center of Mt. Pleasant 379-7730, Fax: 379-7730 307 First Ave., P.O Box 309, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0309

Individuals Ashley Brown • 388-3748 1513 Frye Rd., Columbia, 38401

Health Care – Health Care Services Community Medicine (615) 284-5906, Fax: (615) 284-4811 2000 Church St., Nashville, 37236

Starlene Buie • 388-4708 1417 Lyon St., Columbia, 38401-5214 A.D. Crichton • 388-8322 6471 Ridley Jewell Rd., Columbia, 38401

Ye Peddler Gift Shoppe (Bridal Registry) 388-8888, Fax: 388-7801 305 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401

NHC Health Care of Columbia 381-3112, Fax: 381-4870 101 Walnut Ln., P.O. Box 799, Columbia, 38402-0799

William Gentner • 388-0057 226 Porter Circle, Columbia, 38401

Golf Clubs Graymere Country Club 388-4455, Fax: 388-4459 2100 Country Club Ln., Columbia, 38401

NHC Homecare 381-1234, Fax: 381-0664 915 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1588, Columbia, 38402-1588

Daniel Lasater 388-3338, Fax: 381-0865 1381 Kinzer Ln., Columbia, 38401

Stoneybrook Golf Course • 388-5143 119 Stoneybrook Rd., Columbia, 38401

Quality First Home Care 540-0062, Fax: 540-8150 500 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401-4332

Golf – Indoor Putting Courses Bear Glen Championship Putting 388-3444, Fax: 388-1276 1789 Tom J. Hitch Pkwy., P.O. Box 1469, Columbia, 38402-1469 Government City of Columbia 560-1510, Fax: 540-0675 City Hall, 707 N. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Columbia Housing Authority 388-5203, Fax: 540-8684 201 Dyer St., Columbia, 38401 Congressman Lincoln Davis’ Office 473-7251, Fax: 473-7259 P.O. Box 87, McMinnville, 37111 Industrial Development Board of Maury County 388-3145 c/o First Farmers & Merchants Bank, 816 S. Garden St., Columbia, 38401 Maury County Arts Guild • 381-9494 705 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401

Vanderbilt Medical Group – Spring Hill (615) 302-2841, Fax: (615) 302-1111 3098 Campbell Station Pkwy., Spring Hill, 37174

Work Force Essentials Inc. 490-3796, Fax: 490-3880 119 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 106, Columbia, 38401

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Fred White • 381-2409 3917 Amanda Beth Ct., Columbia, 38401

Porter-Walker LLC 388-1861, Fax: 380-1669 2203 Oakland Pkwy., P.O. Box 519, Columbia, 38402-0519

Hearing Aid Dispensing Middle Tennessee Hearing Aid Center 388-3646, Fax: 381-3060 102 Blythewood Dr., Columbia, 38401 Miracle-Ear – Columbia 388-8595, Fax: 381-8974 1617 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401

Sandrell Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. 381-2413, Fax: 381-6133 2646 Leah Dr., P.O. Box 1405, Columbia, 38402-1405

U.S. Army Recruiting 388-1301, Fax: 388-5878 Shady Brook Mall, 800 S. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 478, Columbia, 38401

Margurette Oliver Jr. 388-3832, Fax: 540-8415 1104 Tennessee Trail, Columbia, 38401

YMCA – Maury County 540-8320, Fax: 388-8314 1446 Oak Springs Dr., Columbia, 38401

Maury County Courthouse 381-3690, Fax: 375-1019 Maury County Courthouse, 41 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401

City of Mt. Pleasant 379-7717, Fax: 379-5418 Public Square, P.O. Box 426, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0426

Thomas Mirabito 381-0573, Fax: 381-0573 1407 Windermere Dr., Columbia, 38401

Industrial Distributors Fastenal 388-4380, Fax: 388-4497 107 Wayne St., Columbia, 38401

Maury County Clerk 381-3690, Fax: 375-5219 Ten Public Sq., Columbia, 38401

Maury County Trustee 381-3690, Fax: 375-2219 One Public Sq., Columbia, 38401

Tillman Knox • 379-7700 P.O. Box 66, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0066

Health Clubs Harvey’s Gym • 297-5015 915 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1056, Fayetteville, 37334

Heating & Air Conditioning Distributors – Equipment – Repairs Morgan Brothers Electric Inc. 388-4862, Fax: 380-1235 606 N. Main St., Columbia, 38401

Maury County 911 381-3190, Fax: 381-1828 2907 Cayce Ln., Columbia, 38401

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Grocers – Retail Harris Family Foodland • 388-7673 427 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401

Highway Safety Products Swarco Industries Inc. 388-5900, Fax: 388-4039 270 Rutherford Ln., P.O. Box 89, Columbia, 38402-0089 Home Health CaringHearts Healthcare 381-5470, Fax: 381-5132 1424 Rock Springs Rd., P.O. Box 580, Columbia, 38402-0580 Home Repairs & Improvements – Products – Services TN Handyman Services 446-1714, Fax: 486-2821 2005 Cadence Ct., Spring Hill, 37174

Industrial Suppliers Fastenal 388-4380, Fax: 388-4497 107 Wayne St., Columbia, 38401 Porter-Walker LLC 388-1861, Fax: 380-1669 2203 Oakland Pkwy., P.O. Box 519, Columbia, 38402-0519 Industrial Waste Disposals Armor Environmental Services Inc. 379-9642, Fax: 379-0342 101 S. Park Dr., Mt. Pleasant, 38474 Insurance Allen Insurance Group LLC 388-9020, Fax: 388-6220 1509 Carmack Blvd., P.O. Box 399, Columbia, 38402-0399 Allstate Insurance – Mike Baltzer 381-6800, Fax: 381-7377 115 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Rick Barker LifeStyle Insurance Protection 388-1188, Fax: 381-8889 1509 Carmack Blvd., P.O. Box 87, Columbia, 38402-0087 Frank Cole Insurance Agency 381-9512, Fax: 381-1337 708 N. Main St., P.O. Box 1254, Columbia, 38402-1254 Farm Bureau Insurance Services 380-3636, Fax: 840-9686 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 70, Columbia, 38401

Maury Alliance Farm Bureau of Maury County 388-6377, Fax: 381-4259 181 Theta Pk., P.O. Box 1079, Columbia, 38402-1079 Foster Insurance Agency Inc. 388-8365, Fax: 388-8389 204 West 4th St., P.O. Box 1434, Columbia, 38402-1434 Guthrie-Love Insurance 388-6600, Fax: 388-6603 101 Seventh Ave., P.O. Box 378, Columbia, 38402-0378 Haulers Insurance Co. Inc. 381-5406, Fax: (800) 296-0419 1101 New Hwy. 7, P.O. Box 270, Columbia, 38402-0270 Landers Insurance 380-2003, Fax: 490-9452 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 16, Columbia, 38401 Ledford Insurance Agency 388-5122, Fax: 388-1945 2323 Campbell Park Dr., Ste. 1, P.O. Box 538, Columbia, 38402-0538 MetLife – Mike Sharpton, CFP 388-0117, Fax: 388-2517 1130 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Redman-Davis Inc. 388-5400, Fax: 388-3243 410 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 319, Columbia, 38402-0319 Shelter Insurance 840-9955, Fax: 840-9955 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 85, Columbia, 38401 State Farm Insurance – Ray Adams • 381-9211 1508 Hatcher Ln., P.O. Box 1016, Columbia, 38402-1016 State Farm Insurance – Linda Norton 381-8601, Fax: 381-9736 405-B S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 State Farm Insurance – Ron Sellers, Jr. 381-2005, Fax: 381-4210 502 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401 State Farm Insurance – Manuel Young 388-2276, Fax: 840-9632 807 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 4, Columbia, 38401 Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation 388-7872, Fax: 388-5818 147 Bear Creek Pk., P.O. Box 313, Columbia, 38402-0313 Roger Witherow & Associates 388-1258, Fax: 388-4480 1517 Hatcher Ln., P.O. Box 375, Columbia, 38402-0375 Internet Providers Charter Communications 840-3929, Fax: 381-4446 2008 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 CPWS Broadband 388-4833, Fax: 388-5287 201 Pickens Ln., P.O. Box 379, Columbia, 38402-0379 Deltacom (615) 724-5730, Fax: (615) 724-5750 103 Continental Pl., Ste. 410, Brentwood, 37027 Investment Counselors Nashville Capital Corp (615) 259-9084, Fax: (615) 259-9085 209 Tenth Ave. S., Ste. 332, Nashville, 37203 Investments Royal Alliance • 388-2031 405 W. 12th St., Columbia, 38401 Janitorial Services – Businesses And Homes Molly Maid of South Davidson, Williamson & Maury • 840-8558 128 Holiday Ct., Ste. 114, Franklin, 37067 Service Master by Stechyn & Son 840-0065, Fax: 840-0475 97 Oak Valley Dr., Spring Hill, 37174 SERVPRO 388-4248, Fax: (615) 791-9281 3542 Jim Warren Rd., Spring Hill, 37174 Ship Shape Cleaning • 797-8345 P.O. Box 1726, Columbia, 38402-1726

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Maury Alliance Jewelry Stores Helm’s Jewelry 388-7842, Fax: 388-2115 1205 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Kennels – Dog Maury County Veterinary Hospital 388-4750, Fax: 388-7387 1118 Hampshire Pk., Columbia, 38401 Landscape Architects – Contractors & Designers Bear Creek Gardens 840-0030, Fax: 840-3530 200 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Landscape Management Co. • 380-2307 1284 Impact Dr., P.O. Box 377, Columbia, 38402-0377 Outsiders Lawn & Landscape Maintenance 446-1134, P.O. Box 2013, Columbia, 38402

Mattress Outlets Alexanders Mattress World 381-0954, Fax: 388-7118 901 S. Garden St., 101 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401

Maid Services Molly Maid of South Davidson, Williamson & Maury • 840-8558 128 Holiday Ct., Ste. 114, Franklin, 37067

Medical Equipment – Supplies Medical Necessities 840-8694, Fax: 840-0166 907 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

Mailing Services Mail Call 388-8522, Fax: 388-8553 1116 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401

Meeting Facilities

Manufacturers Arthur Blank & Co. Inc. 379-1939, Fax: 379-1971 7025 Industrial Park Rd., Mt. Pleasant, 38474

Landscaping – Water Features Outsiders Lawn & Landscape Maintenance 446-1134, P.O. Box 2013, Columbia, 38402

Cytec Industries Inc. 379-3257, Fax: 379-7124 7910 Mt. Joy Rd., P.O. Box 152, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0152

Laundries Fashion Fresh Cleaners • 388-3876 500 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

Glenn Springs Holdings Subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum Corp. 388-6752, Fax: 381-4360 970 Santa Fe Pk., Columbia, 38401

Laundries – Self Service – Coin Big Wash Tub – Linco • 619-1051 1511 Hatcher Ln., 127 Habersham Rd., Columbia, 38401

L & S Metals & Processing Inc. 388-8784, Fax: 381-1064 405-C James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1058, Columbia, 38402-1058

Lawn Care Services – Mowing – Fertilization – Seeding – Weed Control Landscape Management Co. • 380-2307 1284 Impact Dr., P.O. Box 377, Columbia, 38402-0377

Paper Pulleys Inc. 388-9099, Fax: 388-9099 810 Woodland St., P.O. Box 8155, Columbia, 38402-8155

Outsiders Lawn & Landscape Maintenance 446-1134, P.O. Box 2013, Columbia, 38402 Lawn Irrigation Landscape Management Co. • 380-2307 1284 Impact Dr., P.O. Box 377, Columbia, 38402-0377 Liquor Stores ByPass Liquors LLC • 381-0883 1601 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Loading Dock Levelers Pioneer Loading Dock 486-2296, Fax: 486-0316 740 Beechcroft Rd., P.O. Box 338, Spring Hill, 37174 Loans Community First Bank & Trust 380-2265, Fax: 388-3188 501 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1037, Columbia, 38402-1037 Community South Bank 388-1898, Fax: 388-6225 1909 Shady Brook St., Columbia, 38401 Farm Credit Services 388-2591, Fax: 388-8398 808 Nashville Hwy., P.O. Box 1432, Columbia, 38402-1432

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Machine Shops Columbia Machine Works Inc. 388-6202, Fax: 388-8128 1940 Oakland Pkwy., P.O. Box 1018, Columbia, 38402-1018

Pioneer Loading Dock 486-2296, Fax: 486-0316 740 Beechcroft Rd., P.O. Box 338, Spring Hill, 37174 Pugmill Systems 388-0626, Fax: 380-0319 212 Cemetery Ave., P.O. Box 60, Columbia, 38402-0060 Smelter Service Corporation 379-7765, Fax: 379-7768 400 Arrow Mines Rd., P.O. Box 0432, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0432 Swarco Industries Inc. 388-5900, Fax: 388-4039 270 Rutherford Ln., P.O. Box 89, Columbia, 38402-0089

Rippavilla Plantation & Gift Shop 486-9037, Fax: 486-3175 5700 Main St., P.O. Box 1169, Spring Hill, 37174-1169 York, Dillingham & Company PLLC 388-0517, Fax: 381-3440 1708 Alpine Dr., P.O. Box 551, Columbia, 38402-0551 Metal Fabrication – Welding Columbia Machine Works Inc. 388-6202, Fax: 388-8128 1940 Oakland Pkwy., P.O. Box 1018, Columbia, 38402-1018 UCAR Carbon Co. Inc. – Graftech 388-1410, Fax: 380-4263 791 Santa Fe Pk., Columbia, 38401-2368 Metal Working Machineries Timco Inc. 381-1900, Fax: 381-5151 401 Rutherford Ln., Columbia, 38401 Metals For Recycling Tennessee Valley Recycling LLC (256) 353-6351, Fax: (256) 351-9246 1300 Hwy. 20 W., P.O. Drawer H, Decatur, AL 35602 Mobile Home Sales – Services Baker Homes Inc. 388-3788, Fax: 388-3164 2207 Carmack Blvd., P.O. Box 558, Columbia, 38402-0558 Mortgage Companies Bank of America Home Loans (615) 221-7205, Fax: (866) 716-4857 1800 Mallory Ln., Stes. A-2 & A-4, Brentwood, 37027

U.S. Engineering 486-9021, Fax: 486-0200 601 Beechcroft Rd., P.O. Box 818, Spring Hill, 37174-0818

Kelley Mortgage 446-0909, Fax: 380-0670 105 E. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401

UCAR Carbon Co. Inc. – Graftech 388-1410, Fax: 380-4263 791 Santa Fe Pk., Columbia, 38401-2368

Mortgage Loans – Bankers

W.R. Grace 379-1850, Fax: 379-0124 350 Magnolia Dr., Mt. Pleasant, 38474 Manufacturers – Automotive

First Farmers & Merchants Bank 388-3145, Fax: 380-8392 816 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1148, Columbia, 38402-1148

GM Spring Hill Manufacturing 486-5000, Fax: 489-4021 100 Saturn Pkwy., P.O. Box 1502, Spring Hill, 37174-1502

Heritage Bank & Trust 388-1970, Fax: 388-1979 217 S. James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1970, Columbia, 38402-1970

Martinrea Automotive Systems USA LLC 490-4204, Fax: 490-4247 2003 Oakland Pkwy., Columbia, 38401

Regions Bank 388-1000, Fax: 380-5155 610 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

Manufacturing – Residential Waterproofing W.R. Grace 379-1850, Fax: 379-0124 350 Magnolia Dr., Mt. Pleasant, 38474

US Bank 381-3970, Fax: 381-1907 901 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

Masonry Contractors

Lumber Parrish Lumber & Building Supply • 388-0412 943 Riverview Ln., Columbia, 38401

Phillip’s Masonry Group Inc. 388-8820, Fax: 388-8869 1103 S. Main St., P.O. Box 2056, Columbia, 38402-2056

Creekview Farm Retreat B&B • 682-2775 5177 Leipers Creek Rd., Santa Fe, 38482

Tennessee Aluminum Processors Inc. 379-5836, Fax: 379-0473 7207 Hoover Mason Rd., P.O. Box 1058, Columbia, 38402-1058

First Community Credit Union 388-6914, Fax: 388-0084 1623 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401

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The Athenaeum Rectory – Maury Co. Chapter APTA • 381-4822 808 Athenaeum St., P.O. Box 942, Columbia, 38402-0942

Regions Bank 388-1000, Fax: 380-5155 610 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401 Regions Mortgage (615) 309-3540, Fax: (615) 309-7371 810 Crescent Centre Dr., Ste. 300, Franklin, 37067 Motels Americas Best Value Inn 381-1410, Fax: 381-6817 Highway 99 & 412 at I-65, 1548 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Comfort Inn 388-2500, Fax: 388-2595 1544 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Creekview Farm Retreat B&B • 682-2775 5177 Leipers Creek Rd., Santa Fe, 38482 Days Inn 381-3297, Fax: 381-8692 1504 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Hampton Inn of Columbia 540-1222, Fax: 381-3773 1551 Halifax Dr., Columbia, 38401

Maury Alliance Motor Coaches – Charter Tour Buses Anchor Trailways & Tours (615) 860-6800, Fax: (615) 860-0058 3108 Blevins Rd., Nashville, 37189 Motorcycles – Sales & Services Harley-Davidson of Columbia 540-0099, Fax: 540-0074 1616 Harley-Davidson Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Moulding – Retail Next Door LLC 380-2675, Fax: 380-2676 182 Theta Pk., Columbia, 38401 Moving & Storage Wayland’s Professional Movers & Furniture Install 381-8983, Fax: 381-9606 1612 Jeremy Dr., P.O. Box 1628, Columbia, 38402 Music Stores Hewgley’s Music Shop Inc. 388-5209, Fax: 388-6148 1860 Shady Brook St., Columbia, 38401 Musical Instruments & Musical Instruction Hewgley’s Music Shop Inc. 388-5209, Fax: 388-6148 1860 Shady Brook St., Columbia, 38401 Newspapers Columbia Daily Herald 388-6464, Fax: 388-1003 1115 S. Main St., P.O. Box 1425, Columbia, 38402-1425 Smiley Face News • (615) 473-9851 1100-B Howard Ln., Columbia, 38401 Nursing Homes Life Care Center of Columbia 388-5035, Fax: 380-9213 841 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401-4668 NHC Health Care of Columbia 381-3112, Fax: 381-4870 101 Walnut Ln., P.O. Box 799, Columbia, 38402-0799 NHC Health Care of Hillview 388-7182, Fax: 388-0017 2710 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Signature HealthCARE of Columbia 388-6443, Ext. 141, Fax: 388-9159 1410 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Office Supplies – Equipment – Furniture A-Z Office Resource Inc. 388-1536, Fax: 388-2008 809 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1317, Columbia, 38402-1317 Columbia Office Supply & Business Machines 381-1589, Fax: 388-3310 108 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 IKON Office Solutions (615) 770-3119, Fax: (615) 242-6186 7100 Commerce Way, Ste. 265, Brentwood, 37027 Office Warehouse LLC • 380-1082 805 S. Main St., P.O. Box 914, Columbia, 38402-0914 Pease Business Machines • 388-2679 1100 School St., Columbia, 38401 Ophthalmology Columbia Eye Associates LLC 375-1050, Fax: 380-9269 1050 N. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 100, Columbia, 38401 Optometrists Dickerson Eye Care 381-4911, Fax: 381-0966 840 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Family Eye Care Center – Dr. Terry Hendrickson 380-2020, Fax: 381-5411 403 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

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Maury Alliance Organizations – Civic Clubs American Red Cross – Maury County 388-3500, Fax: 388-9902 302 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee Inc. 388-9222, Fax: 388-7193 Tennessee Valley Area Branch, 502 N. Garden St., Ste. 201, Columbia, 38401 Columbia Breakfast Rotary Club • 375-7604 P.O. Box 8, Columbia, 38402-0008 Columbia Cares 381-0114, Fax: 388-4584 319-D W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 Columbia Main Street – Historic Downtown Columbia 388-3647, Fax: 375-4119 Eight Public Sq., P.O. Box 1940, Columbia, 38402-1940

Rx Compound Center • 388-3999 1515 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Wal-Mart 381-6892, Fax: 381-6610 2101 Brookmead Dr., Columbia, 38401 Walgreens Drug Store 380-0121, Fax: 380-3039 1202 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Phosphorus – Elemental Glenn Springs Holdings Sub. of Occidental 388-6752, Fax: 381-4360 970 Santa Fe Pk., Columbia, 38401

Columbia Rotary Club • 380-2265 308 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 724, Columbia, 38402-0724

Physical Therapy Southern Physical Therapy LLC 388-8500, Fax: 388-8526 1810 Shadybrook St., Ste. 3, Columbia, 38401

Downtown Columbia Business & Professional Assoc. • 388-7171 P.O. Box 497, Columbia, 38402-0497

STAR Physical Therapy – Columbia 388-5990, Fax: 388-9829 103 Berrywood Dr., Columbia, 38401

Girl Scout Council of Middle Tennessee Inc. 490-8660 1129 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 8, Columbia, 38401

STAR Physical Therapy – Mt. Pleasant 379-3510, Fax: 379-3491 815 N. Main St., 172 Embers Dr., Manchester, 37355

Knights of Columbus • 381-9200 1647 Robert Rd., Columbia, 38401

Physicians – Surgeons Family Health Group – Drs. Hayes & Lafferty 486-2500, Fax: 486-3748 5421 Main St., Spring Hill, 37174

Maury County Bridle & Saddle Club – Mule Day 381-9557 1018 Maury County Park Dr., P.O. Box 66, Columbia, 38402-0066 Maury County Democratic Party • 381-0567 P.O. Box 8135, Columbia, 38402-8135 Maury County Habitat for Humanity • 380-8947 813 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 1401, Columbia, 38402-1401 Maury County Republican Party 388-5505, Fax: 840-5350 3048 General Forrest Dr., Columbia, 38401 NAACP • 286-1884 P.O. Box 952, Columbia, 38402-0952 South Central Human Resource Agency 433-7182, Fax: 438-0074 1437 Winchester Hwy., P.O. Box 638, Fayetteville, 37334 Orthotics & Prosthetics Superior O&P 388-0810, Fax: 388-1506 805 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Outpatient Clinics Maury Regional Medical Center 381-1111, Fax: 380-4016 1224 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Prime Care Now Columbia LLC • 388-0450 1202 S. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 15, Columbia, 38401 Right Care Clinic 840-8525, Fax: 840-8535 2150 Brookmeade Dr., Ste. 130, Columbia, 38401 Paints – Wall Covers Columbia Paint & Wallcover 388-2806, Fax: 388-2874 1114 Carmack Blvd., P.O. Box 421, Columbia, 38402-0421 Sherwin-Williams Co. 388-1344, Fax: 388-9952 2000 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Pathologists PCA Southeast • 388-1548 1602 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Payroll Services A+ Bookkeeping & Payroll Services Inc. 840-5500, Fax: 840-5501 104 W. Fifth St., Ste. A, Columbia, 38401 Pest Control Services Terminix 388-3989, Fax: 840-0486 105 E. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 4, Columbia, 38401

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National Urgent Care 380-8416, Fax: 380-8419 1116 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 110, Columbia, 38401

Complete Forms Supply Co. LLC 381-3110, Fax: 381-3965 2559-D Pulaski Hwy., P.O. Box 1790, Columbia, 38402-1790 Journal Communications Inc. (615) 771-0080, Fax: (615) 771-0079 725 Cool Springs Blvd., Ste. 400, Franklin, 37067 The Print Stop 548-2012, Fax: 548-2011 1330 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Stoltz Printing Co. Inc. 388-5618, Fax: 381-6627 601 N. High St., P.O. Box 1421, Columbia, 38402-1421 Woodward & Stinson Printing Co. 388-6397, Fax: 381-3059 1015 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Promotional Products Brown & Bigelow 381-1376, Fax: 381-1376 2703 Mere Dr., Columbia, 38401 Complete Forms Supply Co. LLC 381-3110, Fax: 381-3965 2559-D Pulaski Hwy., P.O. Box 1790, Columbia, 38402-1790 Winning Moves Promotional Edge 380-9229, Fax: 380-0088 1011 Carmack Blvd., Ste. 1, Columbia, 38401 Property Managers Parkway Business Center (615) 591-8200, Fax: (615) 591-8221 120 Third Ave S., Franklin, 37064

Vanderbilt Medical Group – Spring Hill (615) 302-2841, Fax: (615) 302-1111 3098 Campbell Station Pkwy., Spring Hill, 37174

Realty Executives/Duck River Realty 381-3384, Fax: 381-3654 607 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401-4126

Physicians – Surgeons – Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology) Middle Tennessee Ear, Nose & Throat Specialist 380-9166, Fax: 388-4105 927 N. James Campbell Blvd, Ste 101, Columbia, 38401

Prosthetics

Physicians – Surgeons – Gynecology & Obstetrics Middle Tennessee Women’s Health Group 381-3030, Fax: 381-6220 808 Jenland Dr., Columbia, 38401 Physicians – Surgeons – Orthopedics Mid-Tennessee Bone & Joint Clinic 388-4276, Fax: 380-0513 1050 N. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 200, Columbia, 38401 Physicians ��� Surgeons – Pediatricians Columbia Pediatric Clinic Inc. 388-8965, Fax: 388-0815 1222 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 101, Columbia, 38401 Plumbing Randy Blackburn Plumbing & Drain • 381-3606 P.O. Box 855, Columbia, 38402-0855 Podiatrists Middle Tennessee Foot & Ankle Clinic – Dr. Brian Jackson 380-0353, Fax: 380-0561 1215 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401-3531 Portable Toilets Jay Bird Septic Service & Portable Toilet Rentals 388-3801, Fax: 766-6381 926 Grandmere Rd., Lawrenceburg, 38464

Superior O&P 388-0810, Fax: 388-1506 805 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Public Relations & Advertising Sterling Communications • (615) 848-6852 1427 Margaret Close, Murfreesboro, 37130 Public Transportation Maury County Senior Citizens Inc. 380-3950, Fax: 388-5506 1020 Maury County Park Dr., P.O. Box 993, Columbia, 38402-0993 Radio – Television Broadcasting Radio Station WMCP 388-3241, Fax: 381-2510 816 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 711, Columbia, 38402-0711 Radio Stations – WKRM-WKOM 388-3636, Fax: 381-1017 315 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 1377, Columbia, 38402-1377 Radio WMRB – 910 AM 381-7100, Fax: 381-0088 1014 S. Garden St., 1116 W. Seventh St., PMB 285, Columbia, 38401 Railroad Tennessee Southern Railroad 379-5824, Fax: 379-5826 100 Railroad St., P.O. Box 32, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0032 Real Estate Closings

Royal Flush Portables • 380-1120 Park Plus Drive, P.O. Box 1224, Columbia, 38402-1224

DuBois Closing and Title Services 388-2526, Fax: 388-8137 808 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 339, Columbia, 38402-0339

Pregnancy Care Centers Pregnancy Center of Columbia • 381-4024 704 Dunnington St., Columbia, 38401

Hardison Land Title 381-4053, Fax: 381-4072 506 N. High St., P.O. Box 1505, Columbia, 38402-1505

Printers, Publishers, Typesetters & Graphics American Bank Note Co. 388-3003, Fax: 490-1750 711 Armstrong Ln., Columbia, 38401

Maury County Title Co. Inc. 388-4487, Fax: 381-3748 805 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 2012, Columbia, 38402-2012

Maury Alliance Title Associates of Columbia LLC 490-8933, Fax: 388-5758 Cook-Harlan Professional Building, 104 W. Sixth St., Columbia, 38401 Real Estate Developers – Investors Burchell Properties 540-8881, Fax: 540-8101 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 15, P.O. Box 454, Columbia, 38402-0454 Charter Development Co. (615) 329-8000, Fax: (615) 217-8245 720-B S. Church St., P.O. Box 2511, Murfreesboro, 37133-2511 Cook Properties Inc. 388-6406, Fax: 388-0154 219 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 586, Columbia, 38402-0586 Landak, Inc. 388-2890, Fax: 388-3153 2488 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401 MRH Development Partners • (615) 750-3890 428 Hunt Club Rd., Nashville, 37221 Parkway Business Center (615) 591-8200, Fax: (615) 591-8221 120 Third Ave S., Franklin, 37064 Real Estate Management Bostelman Enterprises 388-5155, Fax: 388-5112 225 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Burchell Properties 540-8881, Fax: 540-8101 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 15, P.O. Box 454, Columbia, 38402-0454 Landak, Inc. 388-2890, Fax: 388-3153 2488 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401 Realty Executives/Duck River Realty 381-3384, Fax: 381-3654 607 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401-4126 Walker Family LTD Partnership 388-2937, Fax: 380-1814 804 S. Main St., P.O. Box 647, Columbia, 38402-0647 Real Estate – Commercial – Industrial Bostelman Enterprises 388-5155, Fax: 388-5112 225 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Charter Development Co. (615) 329-8000, Fax: (615) 217-8245 720-B S. Church St., P.O. Box 2511, Murfreesboro, 37133-2511 Crye-Leike Inc. Realtors – Penny C. Worley 446-3332, Fax: 487-9992 1846 Luther Sharp Rd., Columbia, 38401 High Tech One LLC 381-2169, Fax: 490-1994 2010 Elmer Pogue Dr., 102 Wildwood Cir., Columbia, 38401 Parkway Business Center (615) 591-8200, Fax: (615) 591-8221 120 Third Ave S., Franklin, 37064 RealtyCorp 388-9100, Fax: 388-0154 219 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 1732, Columbia, 38402-1732 Real Estate – Commercial – Residential Coldwell Banker Barnes 380-2600, Fax: 381-9100 1406 Nashville Hwy., Ste. A, Columbia, 38401 Crye-Leike Inc. Realtors – Jimmy Dugger 540-8400, Fax: 540-8006 1118 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401

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Maury Alliance Lampley Realty – Jonathan Hickerson 388-1112, Fax: 388-1889 158 Vista Point, Hohenwald, 38462

Cracker Barrel 489-9119, Fax: 489-9114 2020 Crossing Cir., Spring Hill, 37174

McDowell Elementary School 840-4418, Fax: 381-2320 714 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401

Re/Max Elite – The Rakow Team 388-9400, Fax: 388-8209 100 W. Sixth St., Columbia, 38401

Embers Tavern & Grille • 489-0027 2513 Hospitality Dr., Columbia, 38401

Mt. Pleasant High School 379-5583, Fax: 379-2093 600 N. Greenwood Ave., Mt. Pleasant, 38474

RE/Max Elite – Kathie Whitwell 388-9400, Fax: 388-8209 100 W. Sixth St., Columbia, 38401 Realty Executives/Duck River Realty 381-3384, Fax: 381-3654 607 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401-4126 RealtyCorp 388-9100, Fax: 388-0154 219 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 1732, Columbia, 38402-1732 Town & Country Realtors 380-1820, Fax: 380-1754 1203 Hatcher Ln., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 White Woodard Realty PC 388-1868, Fax: 388-1927 1300 Trotwood Ave., P.O. Box 784, Columbia, 38402-0784 Recreation YMCA – Maury County 540-8320, Fax: 388-8314 1446 Oak Springs Dr., Columbia, 38401 Recycling & Disposal Job Site Recycling of TN LLC 840-5716, Fax: 840-5717 2617 Harlan Farm Rd., Columbia, 38401 L & S Metals & Processing Inc. 388-8784, Fax: 381-1064 405-C James Campbell Blvd., P.O. Box 1058, Columbia, 38402-1058 Smelter Service Corporation 379-7765, Fax: 379-7768 400 Arrow Mines Rd., P.O. Box 0432, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0432 Tennessee Aluminum Processors Inc. 379-5836, Fax: 379-0473 7207 Hoover Mason Rd., P.O. Box 1058, Columbia, 38402-1058 Tennessee Valley Recycling LLC (256) 353-6351, Fax: (256) 351-9246 1300 Hwy. 20 W., P.O. Drawer H, Decatur, AL 35602 Recycling Industrial Waste Job Site Recycling of TN LLC 840-5716, Fax: 840-5717 2617 Harlan Farm Rd., Columbia, 38401 Refractories F.S. Sperry Co. Inc. 380-1627, Fax: 380-1627 2361 Park Plus Dr., Columbia, 38401 Rental Properties – Houses & Apartments McGee Properties • 379-9977 1689 N. Main St., P.O. Box 289, Mt. Pleasant, 38474 Rentals – Equipment – Tools D.J.’s Party Rentals 381-0456, Fax: 388-0011 1301 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Rentals – Party – Equipment D.J.’s Party Rentals 381-0456, Fax: 388-0011 1301 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Restaurants – Clubs Brusters Ice Cream 381-7008, Fax: 381-8009 1907 Shady Brook St., P.O. Box 419, Columbia, 38402-0419 Buckhead Coffee House • 388-0804 1173 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Burger King 381-2651, Fax: 381-2610 1235 Trotwood Ave., P.O. Box 2027, Columbia, 38402-2027 Captain D’s Seafood Kitchen (615) 231-2100, Fax: (615) 231-2792 2230 Carmack Blvd., 1717 Elm Hill Pk., Ste. A-1, Nashville, 37210

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Killion’s Coffee & Creamery • 223-5902 40 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Legends Restaurant • 380-1888 2401 Pulaski Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Lucille’s Restaurant • 388-3005 822 S. Main, Columbia, 38401 Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse & Bakery • 380-0968 4205 Hwy. 431, Columbia, 38401 McDonald’s of Columbia & Spring Hill 388-0701, Fax: 388-0448 807 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 12, Columbia, 38401 Nolen’s Barbecue 490-0007, Fax: 490-0010 100 W. Fifth St., Columbia, 38401 Papa Murphy’s Take N’ Bake Pizza 223-6069, Fax: 223-6073 1300 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 11, Columbia, 38401 Shoney’s Restaurant • 388-5476 2225 Carmack Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Square Market & Cafe 840-3636, Fax: 840-3663 36 Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Wendy’s of Columbia 388-8844, Fax: 381-1032 1209 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Restoration – Fire, Water, Smoke, Trauma, Vandalism & Sewer

Randolph Howell Elementary School 540-1032, Fax: 540-1034 653 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Riverside Elementary School 840-4422, Fax: 380-4696 203 Carter St., Columbia, 38401 Santa Fe School 682-2172, Fax: 682-2606 2629 Santa Fe Pk., Santa Fe, 38482 Spring Hill Elementary School 486-2291, Fax: 486-2294 5359 S. Main St., Spring Hill, 37174 Spring Hill High School 486-2207, Fax: 486-3113 One Raider Ln., Columbia, 38401 Tennessee Career Institute – Nave Cosmetology 388-7717, Fax: 380-2038 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Tennessee State University (615) 963-5000, Fax: (615) 963-7007 Extended Service & Continuing Education, 330 Tenth Ave. N., Nashville, 37203 Tennessee Technology Center at Hohenwald 796-5351, Fax: 796-4892 813 W. Main St., Hohenwald, 38462

Service Master by Stechyn & Son 840-0065, Fax: 840-0475 97 Oak Valley Dr., Spring Hill, 37174

Trevecca Nazarene University 626-2236, Fax: 840-6135 1665 Hampshire Pk., Warf Science Bldg., Rm. 124, Columbia, 38401

SERVPRO 388-4248, Fax: (615) 791-9281 3542 Jim Warren Rd., Spring Hill, 37174

Whitthorne Middle School 388-2558, Fax: 380-4684 915 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401

Retail Stores Creekwood Factory Store 381-9731, Fax: 388-4987 137 Dyer St., Ste. B, Columbia, 38401

Schools – Private Columbia Academy 388-5363, Fax: 380-8506 1101 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401

Dollar Mart • 540-0999 1202 S. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 6, Columbia, 38401

The King’s Daughters’ School 388-3810, Fax: 388-0405 412 W. Ninth St., Columbia, 38401

Goodwill Industries of Columbia 840-0484, Fax: 840-0669 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401

Zion Christian Academy 388-5731, Fax: 388-5842 6901 Old Zion Rd., Columbia, 38401

Hewgley’s Music Shop Inc. 388-5209, Fax: 388-6148 1860 Shady Brook St., Columbia, 38401 Roofing – Sheet Metal Peach State Roofing 540-8300, Fax: 540-8378 1226 Impact Dr., Columbia, 38401 Schools – Colleges – Education Battle Ground Academy (615) 794-3501, Fax: (615) 567-8360 336 Ernest Rice Ln., Franklin, 37069 Columbia Central High School 381-2222, Fax: 381-6434 921 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401 Columbia State Community College 540-2722, Fax: 540-2535 1665 Hampshire Pk., Columbia, 38401 Culleoka Unit School 987-2511, Fax: 987-2594 1921 Warrior Way, Culleoka, 38451-2761 E.A. Cox Middle School 840-3902, Fax: 840-3903 633 Bear Creek Pk., Columbia, 38401 Hampshire School 285-2300, Fax: 285-2612 4235 Old State Rd., Hampshire, 38461 J.E. Woodard Elementary School 380-2872, Fax: 380-4667 207 Rutherford Ln., Columbia, 38401 Maury County Public Schools 388-8403, Fax: 840-4410 501 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401

Secure Card Manufacturing Arthur Blank & Co. Inc. 379-1939, Fax: 379-1971 7025 Industrial Park Rd., Mt. Pleasant, 38474 Security Products – Systems – Burglar & Fire Alarms ADT Security Services Inc. (615) 259-2084, Fax: (615) 255-5914 744 Melrose Ave., Nashville, 37211 SCT Systems 381-3322, Fax: 840-9523 2049 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Senior Citizens Centers Maury County Senior Citizens Inc. 380-3950, Fax: 388-5506 1020 Maury County Park Dr., P.O. Box 993, Columbia, 38402-0993 Septic Tank Services Jay Bird Septic Service & Portable Toilet Rentals 388-3801, Fax: 766-6381 926 Grandmere Rd., Lawrenceburg, 38464 Shelters – For Victims Of Domestic Violence Hope House 381-8580, Fax: 490-3678 Maury County Center Against Domestic Violence, P.O. Box 1961, Columbia, 38402-1961 Shopping Malls Columbia Mall 381-1222, Fax: 381-1225 800 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

Maury Alliance Signs – Vinyl Lettering B’s Tees 381-5968, Fax: 840-5739 2632 Leah Dr., Columbia, 38401 Columbia Neon Co. Inc. 388-2455, Fax: 388-2456 102 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Winning Moves Promotional Edge 380-9229, Fax: 380-0088 1011 Carmack Blvd., Ste. 1, Columbia, 38401 Silk Screening – T-Shirts B’s Tees 381-5968, Fax: 840-5739 2632 Leah Dr., Columbia, 38401 Winning Moves Promotional Edge 380-9229, Fax: 380-0088 1011 Carmack Blvd., Ste. 1, Columbia, 38401 Sleep Disorders – Diagnosis & Treatment Sleep Technology 840-5111, Fax: 840-5142 1217 Hatcher Ln., Columbia, 38401 Sleep Telemedicine Service 540-0909, Fax: 540-0918 Maury Regional Hospital, 1224 Trotwood Ave., 3rd Fl., Columbia, 38401 Social Services CASA of Maury County Inc. 381-4733, Fax: 381-3111 22 Public Sq., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Columbia Cares 381-0114, Fax: 388-4584 319-D W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 Family Center – South Central TN Exchange Club 388-3840, Fax: 381-7569 921 S. Beckett St., P.O. Box 576, Columbia, 38402-0576 Kids Fighting AIDS Inc. 840-3533, Fax: 381-8913 317 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401 South Central Human Resource Agency 433-7182, Fax: 438-0074 1437 Winchester Hwy., P.O. Box 638, Fayetteville, 37334 Sod Growers – Fescue – Bermuda – Zoysia McFall Sod Farms 381-3667, Fax: 381-1667 2685 Hampshire Pk., Columbia, 38401 Solid Waste – Education Keep Maury Beautiful • 388-8511 308 W. Seventh St., Columbia, 38401 Speaker - Motivational Heartwise Press – Sheila Butt • 698-5432 3870 Albert Matthews Rd, P.O. Box 1283, Columbia, 38402 Sporting Goods Jones & Lang Sporting Goods 388-8060, Fax: 388-1202 The Shoppes at Neely’s Mill, 1412 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 3, Columbia, 38401 Ted’s Sporting Goods 388-6387, Fax: 540-8085 806 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Stairs – Retail Next Door LLC 380-2675, Fax: 380-2676 182 Theta Pk., Columbia, 38401 Steel – Fabricators Custom Steel Fabricators Inc. 388-6524, Fax: 388-0008 308 W. 12th St., P.O. Box 343, Columbia, 38402-0343 Stocks & Bonds – Brokers Caledonian Financial Inc. 388-7171, Fax: 388-2518 708 N. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Edward D. Jones Investments – Dwaine Beck 381-0523, Fax: (888) 527-7390 415 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 564, Columbia, 38402-0564

Edward Jones – Bobby Harris, CFP 388-7054, Fax: 388-9253 1300 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Hooks Financial Investments 381-1753, Fax: 901-1302 1167 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401 Raymond James Financial Services 388-3090, Fax: 388-0910 1121 Trotwood Ave., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Shoemaker Financial (615) 383-0262, Fax: (615) 778-1400 660 Bakers Bridge Ave., Ste. 200, Franklin, 37067 TrustCore 380-9144, Fax: 380-9061 39 Public Sq., Ste. 100, Columbia, 38401 Storage – Warehousing Alexanders Climate Control Storage 381-0954, Fax: 388-7118 902 S. Main St., 101 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401 Bostelman Enterprises 388-5155, Fax: 388-5112 225 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Safe Storage of Tennessee 388-7700, Fax: 796-1400 606 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401 Storage Solutions 840-6201, Fax: 840-6214 6201 Cayce Ln., Columbia, 38401 Surgery Centers – Outpatient Ambulatory Surgery Center of Columbia 381-3700, Fax: 381-9093 725 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Surgery Center of Middle Tennessee 388-3488, Fax: 388-1859 1050 N. James Campbell Blvd., Ste. 120, Columbia, 38401 Surveyors Webb Engineering Inc. 388-2329, Fax: 381-6106 223 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Swimming Pool Contractors – Service – Equip – Maintenance Atlantic Pools & Spas Inc. 381-6900, Fax: 381-6966 227 E. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Tax Advisory Regen Tax Advisory Group 388-6116, Fax: 388-6556 214 W. Fifth St., Ste. A, Columbia, 38401 Tax Planning – Preparation Regen Tax Advisory Group 388-6116, Fax: 388-6556 214 W. Fifth St., Ste. A, Columbia, 38401 Telephone Books – Area Wide Books & Web Pages Willow Advertising & Publishing 540-8800, Fax: 540-8852 611 N. Main St., Stes. A & C, P.O. Box 583, Columbia, 38402-0583 Telephone Communication – Equipment AT&T (877) 687-6978, Fax: (615) 214-8789 333 Commerce St., Ste. 2107, Nashville, 37201 Deltacom (615) 724-5730, Fax: (615) 724-5750 103 Continental Pl., Ste. 410, Brentwood, 37027 Telephone Systems Deltacom (615) 724-5730, Fax: (615) 724-5750 103 Continental Pl., Ste. 410, Brentwood, 37027 Television – Cable Charter Business • 840-3932 2008 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Charter Communications 840-3929, Fax: 381-4446 2008 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401

CPWS Broadband 388-4833, Fax: 388-5287 201 Pickens Ln., P.O. Box 379, Columbia, 38402-0379 Theatres – Theatrical Productions Maury County Arts Guild • 381-9494 705 Lion Pkwy., Columbia, 38401 Shady Brook Cinema • 388-2077, Ext. 102 1907 Shady Brook St., P.O. Box 419, Columbia, 38402-0419 Tire Dealers Gateway Tire & Service Center 381-5100, Fax: 381-5122 407 S. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401 Maury Farmers Cooperative 388-0714, Fax: 380-0285 423 Westover Dr., P.O. Box 860, Columbia, 38402-0860 Turner & Osborne Tire Co. 388-6822, Fax: 388-6823 1016 S. Main St., Columbia, 38401 Title Companies DuBois Closing and Title Services 388-2526, Fax: 388-8137 808 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 339, Columbia, 38402-0339 Hardison Land Title 381-4053, Fax: 381-4072 506 N. High St., P.O. Box 1505, Columbia, 38402-1505 Maury County Title Co. Inc. 388-4487, Fax: 381-3748 805 S. Garden St., P.O. Box 2012, Columbia, 38402-2012 Title Associates of Columbia LLC 490-8933, Fax: 388-5758 Cook-Harlan Professional Building, 104 W. Sixth St., Columbia, 38401 Tourist Attractions Amber Falls Winery & Cellars • 285-0088 794 Ridgetop Rd., Hampshire, 38461 The Athenaeum Rectory – Maury Co. Chapter APTA • 381-4822 808 Athenaeum St., P.O. Box 942, Columbia, 38402-0942 Columbia Main Street – Historic Downtown Columbia 388-3647, Fax: 375-4119 Eight Public Sq., P.O. Box 1940, Columbia, 38402-1940 Ebonite’s Galaxy Bowling Lanes 381-2695, Fax: 380-2924 730 Mooresville Pk., Columbia, 38401-6342 James K. Polk Ancestral Home 388-2354, Fax: 388-5971 301-305 W. Seventh St., P.O. Box 741, Columbia, 38402-0741 Maury County Convention & Visitors Bureau 381-7176, Fax: 375-4119 Eight Public Sq., Columbia, 38401 Maury County Park 375-6101, Fax: 375-6119 1018 Maury County Park Dr., Columbia, 38401 Rippavilla Plantation & Gift Shop 486-9037, Fax: 486-3175 5700 Main St., P.O. Box 1169, Spring Hill, 37174-1169 Sons of Confederate Veterans – Elm Springs 380-1844, Fax: 381-6712 740 Mooresville Pk., P.O. Box 59, Columbia, 38402-0059 South Central Tennessee Tourism • 993-3286 3780 Franklin Pk., Lewisburg, 37091 Tractors – Farm Equipment TriGreen Equipment LLC 388-1557, Fax: 380-2271 2409 Pulaski Hwy., P.O. Box 417, Columbia, 38402-0417 Training – Placement Services For Individuals with Disabilities Tennessee Career Center 490-3810, Fax: 490-3813 119 Nashville Hwy., Ste. 106, Columbia, 38401

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Maury Alliance Tennessee Rehabilitation Training Center 380-2550, Fax: 380-2551 206 Wayne St., Columbia, 38401 Transportation Mt. Pleasant Transfer Inc. 379-5521, Fax: 379-4414 1201 N. Main St., P.O. Box 467, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0467 Tennessee Southern Railroad 379-5824, Fax: 379-5826 100 Railroad St., P.O. Box 32, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0032 Travel Agencies – Travel Groups Maury County Senior Citizens Inc. 380-3950, Fax: 388-5506 1020 Maury County Park Dr., P.O. Box 993, Columbia, 38402-0993 Utilities Atmos Energy Corp. (888) 824-3434, Fax: 388-5042 810 Nashville Hwy., Columbia, 38401 Columbia Power & Water Systems 388-4833, Fax: 388-5287 201 Pickens Ln., P.O. Box 379, Columbia, 38402-0379 Duck River Electric Membership Corp. 388-3131, Fax: 381-5331 798 New Lewisburg Hwy., P.O. Box 1226, Columbia, 38402-1226 Mt. Pleasant Power System 379-3233, Fax: 379-9223 123 N. Main St., P.O. Box 186, Mt. Pleasant, 38474-0186 Tennessee Valley Authority 380-8000, Fax: 380-8008 6001 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, 38401-5087

Vending Machines

Welcome Services

Break Time Coffee Service 381-1771, Fax: 381-1771 P.O. Box 956, Columbia, 38402-0956

Columbia Welcome Service • 215-7004 1116 W. Seventh St., PMB 128, Columbia, 38401 Welding Supplies & Safety Supplies

Franks Vending Service Inc. 363-3233, Fax: 363-8255 2171 Glencoe Rd., Culleoka, 38451

Airgas Mid America 388-6158, Fax: 380-0758 922 W. James Campbell Blvd., Columbia, 38401

Veterinarians

Windows

Maury County Veterinary Hospital 388-4750, Fax: 388-7387 1118 Hampshire Pk., Columbia, 38401

Next Door LLC 380-2675, Fax: 380-2676 182 Theta Pk., Columbia, 38401

Water – Well Drilling & Pump Installation Services

Wineries

Cothran Drilling Co. Inc. • 388-4173 1300 Old Williamsport Rd., Columbia, 38401 Waterproofing – Residential

Wire & Cable Distributors WireMasters Inc. (615) 791-0281, Fax: (615) 791-6182 1788 N. Pointe Rd., Columbia, 38401

W.R. Grace 379-1850, Fax: 379-0124 350 Magnolia Dr., Mt. Pleasant, 38474

Women’s Clothing & Accessories Belk 380-2197, Fax: 381-4820 2101 Brookmeade Dr., Columbia, 38401

Wedding Gown Cleaning Fashion Fresh Cleaners • 388-3876 500 N. Garden St., Columbia, 38401

Youth Services

Wedding Locations – Planning The Athenaeum Rectory – Maury Co. Chapter APTA • 381-4822 808 Athenaeum St., P.O. Box 942, Columbia, 38402-0942 Rippavilla Plantation & Gift Shop 486-9037, Fax: 486-3175 5700 Main St., P.O. Box 1169, Spring Hill, 37174-1169

Amber Falls Winery & Cellars • 285-0088 794 Ridgetop Rd., Hampshire, 38461

Boys & Girls Club of Maury County • 490-9401 210 W. Eighth St., Columbia, 38401 CASA of Maury County Inc. 381-4733, Fax: 381-3111 22 Public Sq., Ste. 2, Columbia, 38401 Tennessee Children’s Home 486-2274, Fax: 486-1231 804 Branham - Hughes Cir., P.O. Box 10, Spring Hill, 37174

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Funeral Directors

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Ad Index

C4 Ascend Federal Credit Union

C2 Bostelman Enterprises Inc.

44 Columbia Machine Works

39 Columbia Power & Water Systems

21 Columbia State Community College

22 Community First Bank & Trust

23 CYTEC Industries Inc.

39 Heritage Bank & Trust

41 Kraft CPAs

37 Life Care Center of Columbia

4 Maury Regional Medical Center

C3 Mid-Tennessee Bone & Joint Clinic PC

23 Mount Pleasant Power System

44 Oakes & Nichols Inc.

31 Redman-Davis Inc.

2 Duck River Electric Membership Corporation

37 Tennessee Farm Bureau

1 First Farmers & Merchants Bank

29 Vanderbilt Medical Center Williamson

44 Haulers Insurance Company Inc.


Visions for Maury County, TN: 2010