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ELISA BET H H A S SELBECK Shares Her “View”

THREE POSITIVE WOMEN WHO INSPIRE US

A MOTHER’S DAY GIFT GUIDE


When I won Miss Mississippi Teen USA

in October I didn’t realize just how bad my teeth had shifted until I went for my dental

visit. I had already had braces back in high school and now I was facing the fact that the bottom teeth were crowding and somehow my upper teeth had started moving forward which looked like they were “bucking” out. I

met with Dr. Kemp and his team and we talked about making my smile beautiful again. I didn’t like to smile much at the time because the crowding on the bottom was very noticeable. Dr. Kemp explained the process and told me we could work quickly as to get me smile ready for Miss Teen USA. I had my braces for approximately 4 months. I have just had them removed and I don’t believe I have

stopped smiling yet. I have the perfect

smile now and I think my confidence level is at an all time high. The services I received were phenomenal. I absolutely love my smile now. On April 22 I will leave Mississippi to travel to Teen USA in Reno, Nevada. It’s a dream that has finally come true. We will be in Reno for one week learning the USA walk

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MAY 2019 PUBLISHER

Athena West | athena.west@lifestylepubs.com MANAGING EDITOR

Maria Dinoia | maria.dinoia@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Let's Hear It for the Boy Girl!

Susan Baldani, Ashley Hutcheson, Brianna Melanson, Shifay Cheung, Paige Swope CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Lisa Konicki, Hany Ramzy, Teresa Ginn, Lisa Linn Manley

IT'S BEEN SAID THAT ONE WOMAN CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE, BUT TOGETHER WE CAN ROCK THE WORLD. This issue applauds women rocking the world!   We not only celebrate mothers this Mother's Day with suggestions for some firstclass gift-giving, but we also highlight some brilliant women in our local community. Our May issue is filled with stories to inspire us all to appreciate the women in our lives. From a mural painter and women business owners to profiles of three Franklin women making a difference, the Women’s issue serves to recognize the powerful role women have in our community and beyond. In this issue, we spend a little time talking to Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the former co-host of The View. And we're not talking politics; we're talking things that make her feel strong as a mom, friend and wife—just like the strong women who comprise this issue.   

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

Lastly, the people at Thistle Farms repeatedly show us how love heals. Women

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

who have survived trafficking, prostitution and addiction continue to hope and heal

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

because of this wonderful organization.

ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

So, to the women of Franklin (and beyond) who are rocking the world—may you find a quiet moment to enjoy this issue dedicated to you. 

EDITORIAL MANAGER Nicolette Martin AD MANAGER Chad Jensen REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

Maria Dinoia, Managing Editor maria.dinoia@lifestylepubs.com

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MAY 2019

FEATURES 23 The Registry Friends in the Gift Business Together

28 Women in Business Meet Three Women Who Shine

40 The DAR Difference Daughters of the American Revolution Giving Back

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44 Now Serving: A Cup of Love Thistle Farms’ Dedication to Helping Women in Need

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DEPARTMENTS

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Lifestyle Letter

10

Good Times

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Around Town

20 Renovate & Refine 23 Local Limelight 32 Inspired By 36 Trend Setter 40 Giving Back 44 Hot Spot 48 Lifestyle Calendar 50 Local’s Choice


&

Serving FRANKLIN BRENTWOOD Real Estate

THE WORD

on the street is... "Her attention to detail and close oversight helped the whole process go smoothly. I very much appreciate her professionalism and knowledge with that touch of personal attention."

- Edwin S. "When I decided to sell my home I never hesitated in who to call, once again Suzan made it an easy process for me and went far and beyond what is required from a REALTOR to help get my house on the market and sold."

- Jeff D. "We had worked with other agents in the past and nothing compares to the level of attention and service Suzan provided us! We would recommend Suzan Hindman

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for any of your real estate needs,

she will exceed your expectations!"

- Jennifer & Cole E.

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GOOD TIMES

Ellen Sherwood Design and RSU Contractors Host Lifestyle Celebration Friends and associates of Franklin, Brentwood and Green Hills Lifestyle magazines gathered at Ellen Sherwood Design and RSU Contractors' showroom to celebrate the March issue and all things home. Nashville Selfies added to the fun with their super cool selfie booth!

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I STAND TALLER BECAUSE OF

SCAD

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Marcus Kenney

Artist M.F.A., photography, 1998


GOOD TIMES

Deka Lash Celebrates Grand Opening Deka Lash celebrated the opening of its new studio at 1556 W. McEwen Drive in Franklin. The Deka Lash studio applies single-hair eyelash extensions that are custom-designed to make you look and feel beautiful. For more information, visit DekaLash.com.

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PAULA HINEGARDNER

ABR, CRS, ASP, Luxury Homes REALTOR®

Keller Williams Realty 9175 Carothers Parkway Franklin, TN 37067 License #00322409

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Franklin continues to be a strong sellers market with low inventory and high demand! •

In the Month of March, Franklin had 158 home sales with an

To help keep you in the “know” about what’s selling around

average of 29 days on Market. 19.6% increase in sale price

town, each month we will be highlighting a different

March 2019 vs March 2018!

neighborhood and bringing you the YTD selling stats!

Our beautiful countryside, award winning schools and

unique sense of community make Franklin the place to be

Interested in what’s selling in your own neighborhood? Just get in touch and we’ll be happy to give you the info!

for new residents moving to Middle Tennessee!

- Paula

BEDS

BATHS

SQUARE FOOTAGE

SP/FP

SALES PRICE

DAYS ON MARKET

Avalon

6

5/2

7,620

$223

$1,600,000

107

316 Hamlets End Way

Avalon

5

5/2

5,668

$166

$905,000

85

114 Delta Blvd

Avalon

3

2/1

2,423

$196

$465,900

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619 Patriot Ln

Avalon

4

3/0

3,158

$172

$531,000

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5112 Duckhorn Ct Lot 633

Chardonnay

4

3/1

3,595

$200

$680,000

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3126 Butternut Dr Lot 619

Chardonnay

4

3/1

3,867

$211

$815,000

72

9013 Chardonnay Trce

Chardonnay

4

3/1

4,803

$177

$820,000

10

9021 Chardonnay

Chardonnay

4

4/1

5,487

$160

$873,000

69

1004 Cakebread Ct

Chardonnay

4

3/1

4,672

$171

$777,000

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425 Autumn Lake Trl

Carronbridge

4

4/0

3,534

$192

$680,000

1

4

4/1

4,483

$182

$814,600

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ADDRESS

NEIGHBORHOOD

115 Guineveres Retreat

AVERAGE

YTD selling through March 2019


GOOD TIMES

The Nashville Mom Celebrates the Launch of The Nashville Chat Draper James in Nashville was the site of the launch party for The Nashville Mom's new podcast, The Nashville Chat. Guests were treated to cookies, cake, sips, photo booth fun, raffles and swag bags! For more information, visit TheNashvilleMom.com/the-nash-chat-podcast.

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NASHVILLE LEADERSHIP LUNCHEON TO BE HELD MAY 10 AT BRIDGESTONE The Nashville Leadership Luncheon is the region’s premier event on the topic of leadership. It is held each spring and fall at  Bridgestone Arena. The spring event will feature nationally acclaimed broadcaster Rudy Kalis delivering the keynote. The all-star panel includes Andy Marshall, CEO of A. Marshall  Hospitality; Sarah Nuse, owner of Tippi Toes; and Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. The event is hosted by Blain Wease, president of the Provincial Development Group. Register and learn more at NashvilleLeadership.com.

FRANKLIN JAZZ ARTIST ANNOUNCES NEW BOOK As a jazz recording artist, Debbie Cunningham has entertained couples with songs of love and romance for more than a decade. Married to her high school sweetheart for more than 30 years, she began writing songs about the journey and celebration of committed love, and her latest album,  A Million Kisses, emerged. That writing led  her to glean  wisdom from married couples who had gone through hard circumstances and  stayed together, providing  hope for other couples in their journey. Thus her book Dancing in the Kitchen was born. DebbieCunningham.net DebbieCunninghamJazz.com  

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AROUND TOWN (CON TI N UED) exclusively for guests—no two treatments are ever the same. The spa specializes in therapeutic massage, results-driven facials, waxing, brow and lash artistry as well as a full range of nail care services. The spa therapists bring a passion for wellness and years of experience to each one-of-a-kind service. The boutique features an evolving collection of skin and body care, jewelry and curated  treasures to inspire you or the ones you love. Firsttime guests will receive a 15 percent discount on

Whether you’re suffering from foot pain, injury, arthritis, or diabetes-related foot issues, we are here to help.

all services and complimentary travel sizes of the handmade bourbon lavender body lotion and gel, crafted with bourbon from the Fork’s own Leiper’s Fork Distillery, along with a mimosa or hot herbal tea. The Spa at Leiper's Fork is located at  4158

MLS laser • Rapid relief of pain without the use of addictive prescription painkillers • Strong anti-inflammatory effect • Non-surgical treatment • No negative side effects

Old Hillsboro Road. To find out more or book an appointment, visit TSALF.com or call 615.567.6676.

AILA NAIL POLISH GIVES TO SPD FOUNDATION WITH 'FIVE SENSES' Dr. Caroline Gannon, creator of the crueltyand paraben-free AILA nail polish line, is giving

• Timely healing of sprains and strains

back. Five Senses color is a beautiful orchid shade

• Rapid recovery of the structural integrity of injured region

dren: Sensory Processing Disorder. SPD is a neu-

and is named for a disorder that affects many chil-

• Rapid resolution of swollen areas

rological condition that prohibits the brain’s ability

• Immediate improvement of local blood circulation

to translate senses into an appropriate behavioral

• Rapid repair of superf icial injuries, such as wounds and ulcers.

smell, taste and touch. Kids with SPD receive sen-

response. We have five senses: sight, hearing, sation messages, but their brains cannot process the messages they receive.  A  percentage of pro-

Dr. Cary Gannon Founder, AILA Cosmetics Board Certif ied Podiatric Surgeon

ceeds from this color will go to the SPD Foundation.  

STUDIO TENN'S 10TH SEASON CELEBRATES FEMALE ARTISTS, ENTERTAINERS The 2019-20 season kicks off with the ABBAfilled hit musical  Mamma  Mia! This holiday season, audiences can look forward to  Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella, the Tony Award-winning family-fun musical that will delight with its contemporary take on the classic tale. Studio Tenn is bringing back the quintessentially Southern classic Steel Magnolias to the Jamison Theatre in the Factory at Franklin with Robert Harling’s beloved play about

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the hope, healing and humor possible in the midst of heartache. Lastly, 9 to 5: The Musical, based on the 1980 hit movie starring Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton,  takes the Jamison Theater this season as the season finale.


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LOVE THE LOOK OF WROUGHT IRON DOORS AND WANT TO UPDATE YOUR FRONT ENTRANCE? But perhaps you’re worried about the process of replacing what you have. Maybe your husband is voicing his concerns over how long it will take or how messy it can get. Well,

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UPDATING YOUR FRONT DOOR WITH SOME HELP FROM ABBY IRON DOORS

Tara Clinton at Abby Iron Doors dispels

ARTICLE MARIA DINOIA | PHOTOGRAPHY HANY RAMZY

lowdown in five easy steps:

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the myths and shares just how simple the process actually is. She gives us the


Before

After

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2.

Choose

four

doors

you

like

from AbbyIronDoors.com, and by the next day, you’ll receive photos with the new doors photoshopped into your existing entryway. You will also receive a rough estimate that includes installation.

3. Visit the Green Hills Mall display of doors (second floor by Macy’s) to get a good idea of the glass, the hardware, the finish, etc.

4. Book your in-home consultation. In about an hour, you and Tara will sit at your kitchen table and customize your door finish, hardware, glass and design. If there’s something you don’t like, you can change it at no additional cost.

5. In about 10 to 12 weeks, you’ll have your new Florida hurricane-certified door! Installation is turnkey and only takes a single day. 

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT ARTICLE SUSAN BALDANI | PHOTOGRAPHY LISA KONICKI

The Registry Is Not Just For Weddings

KATHY BERRY AND JANE DUNGAN HAVE KNOWN EACH OTHER SINCE THEIR CHILDREN WERE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL AT BATTLE GROUND ACADEMY. They started working together at The Registry, a bridal registry and fine gifts store begun by two of their good friends in 2003. It was the perfect fit. Both ladies like helping others and love entertaining friends and family. When the store was ready to be sold, Jane and Kathy were there for support and to continue the tradition of The Registry, so they decided to buy it in 2014. After all, they'd  known the previous owners for years. Their children also went to BGA, so they'd all worked on fundraisers together, watched sports together and watched them all grow up together. Purchasing the store was a natural next step for them.  They wanted to keep the vibrant store alive. They also wanted to provide a place for everyone to feel at home, a casual atmosphere  for the shopper to pick out just the right gifts for their friends. All the ladies who work at The Registry, many who have been there since the beginning, also wanted to continue to offer wonderful gifts and services to the Franklin community. The Registry offers such a unique shopping experience to those who live in the Franklin area and to those visiting historic downtown Franklin.  “Everybody has something special they contribute to the store to make it what it is,” Kathy says.

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT

(CON TI N U ED)

Kathy primarily handles marketing and advertising while Jane takes care of finances, but everyone on staff does whatever is necessary to make The Registry the best it can be. Together, they have gone through major life events which have not only created a strong bond but also helped them relate to things happening in their customers’ lives. “Nobody does customer service like we do,” Kathy says.  

KATHY BERRY “Everybody has something special they contribute to the store to make it what it is.” –Kathy Berry 24

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“We have unique items; not something you’re going to find up and down the street.” –Jane Dungan

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347 Main St., Franklin 615.595.2323 TheRegistryFranklin.com The Registry staff May 2019 | Franklin Lifestyle

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WOMEN IN INSPIRING CONFIDENCE

WALKING AROUND TOWN, YOU COULD PASS BY A “FOR SALE” SIGN, BE SEARCHING FOR CHIC DECOR FOR A PARTY OR NEED HELP AT THE WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAYOR’S OFFICE AND ENCOUNTER THESE INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN. Their accomplishments and outlook  encourage everyone they meet.

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Paula Hinegardner ABR,

CRRS,

ASP,

LUXURY

HOMES

DIVISION, NO. 1 KELLER WILLIAMS AGENT IN TENNESSEE 2017 WHAT IS THE SINGLE PIECE OF ADVICE OR THE CONVERSATION YOU HAD THAT SHAPED HOW YOU VIEW AND PROCEED THROUGH LIFE? First and foremost, be true to yourself. You cannot shape who you are in others’ eyes, and you won’t have to if you remain who you are. Being you will allow you to soar with your strengths in a sustainable manner. IN YOUR EXPERIENCE WHY IS FRANKLIN/ MIDDLE TENNESSEE/WILLIAMSON COUNTY THE BEST PLACE TO THRIVE? Franklin and Brentwood offer the total package: quality of life. They are a great financial decision, the tax  base is low, so it’s a great location for businesses, and there are great schools. You get a small-town feel with big opportunity. WHAT’S A TRAIT YOU WERE SURPRISED TO LEARN YOU NEEDED TO BE SUCCESSFUL? That it ’s OK to fail. The best learning comes from failure; it helps shape you and gives you perspective.  IF THERE WAS ONE THING YOU COULD SNAP YOUR FINGERS AND HAVE HAPPEN, WHAT WOULD THAT BE? Allow people to have the tools to cope with any crisis life hands to them. Let people have the tools to make and create solutions, whether it be knowledge or access to resources.

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WOMEN IN BUSINESS (CON TI N U ED)

Diane Giddens CHIEF OF STAFF FOR WILLIAMSON COUNTY MAYOR ROGERS ANDERSON WHAT IS THE SINGLE PIECE OF ADVICE OR THE CONVERSATION YOU HAD THAT SHAPED HOW YOU VIEW AND PROCEED THROUGH LIFE? “Take your passion and make it happen” from the Flashdance soundtrack. It really rang true at a young  age. If you enjoy work, then it’s not really work. IN YOUR EXPERIENCE, WHY IS FRANKLIN/ MIDDLE TENNESSEE/WILLIAMSON COUNTY THE BEST PLACE TO THRIVE? The giving and caring people in the community. There is a large number of not-for-profits in the immediate area, and they would not exist if it weren’t for the generosity of the businesses and individuals  here who are so kind with their giving back. WHAT’S A TRAIT YOU WERE SURPRISED TO LEARN YOU NEEDED TO BE SUCCESSFUL? While there are many, one of the more surprising was that I need to use my motherly intuition quite a bit. IF THERE WAS ONE THING YOU COULD SNAP YOUR FINGERS AND HAVE HAPPEN, WHAT WOULD THAT BE? Above all else, a cure for every type of cancer and Alzheimer’s; however, really it boils down to wanting good health for everyone.

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Lauren Rauter OWNER OF ROCK PAPER SCISSORS WHAT IS THE SINGLE PIECE OF ADVICE OR THE CONVERSATION YOU HAD THAT SHAPED HOW YOU VIEW AND PROCEED THROUGH LIFE? My grandmother always said, “If you can’t change it, then there is no point in worrying about it.” I always stop and remind myself of this in my personal or professional life when I’m fretting.  IN YOUR EXPERIENCE, WHY IS FRANKLIN/ MIDDLE TENNESSEE/WILLIAMSON COUNTY THE BEST PLACE TO THRIVE? We are so blessed to be in this community. We have a bit of everything here. It’s a little bit city and a little bit country. What is so amazing about where we live is that everyone is so thankful to be here, and it creates such an amazing sense of community.  WHAT’S A TRAIT YOU WERE SURPRISED TO LEARN YOU NEEDED TO BE SUCCESSFUL? Adaptability. When we opened 16 years ago, the market was a very different place than it is now. We have evolved into a bespoke party goods store and can help you from the beginning to the end of your event’s needs. Clients come in and we design their invitations, help plan tablescapes and decorate the venue. If you would have asked me 16 years ago if I would be hanging off a ladder hanging huge balloon installations, I would have said you were crazy. The market changed, our clients’ needs changed and so have we. I love every minute of it. IF THERE WAS ONE THING YOU COULD SNAP YOUR FINGERS AND HAVE HAPPEN, WHAT WOULD THAT BE? Ten thousand followers on Instagram. Besides the huge achievement, I’m dying to offer my clients a swipe-up feature to shop online.

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INSPIRED BY ARTICLE MARIA DINOIA

ELISABETH HASSELBECK MOVED TO THE AREA ABOUT THREE YEARS AGO AND HAS FOUND HER HOME IN NASHVILLE. "We truly love where we are. There's tons of room for kindness, great food and amazing music. It's such a blessing for our family to be here," she says. Of course, she didn't leave out her admiration for Franklin. "I love Franklin. We probably spend most of our free time out there. I love Main Street and the antique stores." No doubt, however, it's a far cry from New York City where the star spent most of her career in front of the camera on both The View  and Fox & Friends. And while she has learned and grown from those experiences, she says it wasn't always easy. In her new book, Point of View: A Fresh Look at Work, Faith  and Freedom,  Elisabeth details the ups and downs of living her life in the public eye and how it's changed her. These days, she refers to herself as CBO—Chief Breakfast Officer for her family—and spends some of her free time running,  painting and spending time with her family. Although she claims she's not good at giving advice, she says the book felt like something she was called to do. "It felt like an invitation to go back and

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better reflect on things," she says. Elisabeth shares some lessons she learned throughout her storied career.


“I’m not really good at advice because I tend to learn things the h a r d w a y.”

1.

It is possible to learn something new at any age, so do that as often as possible. When she went from The View to Fox & Friends, she had to learn how to deliver hard, straight news after years of simply  giving her opinion. "Learning something new is an incredible time for growth," she says.

Elisabeth and husband Tim

2.

F i n d a m e n t o r, and be a m e n t o r. "Be willing, ready and joyful when it comes to sharing your experience with someone stepping into what you have walked through. Asking questions does not make you weak."

3.

All moms are fulltime moms. "Whether we are working moms or stay-at-home moms, we are all fulltime moms, and we are on the same team. We need each other."

4.

Really letting go t a ke s t i m e . Six years after Elisabeth was let go from The View, they asked her to return.  "God gave me the freedom to let go of the very thing I would have done anything to hang onto six years earlier." 

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Learning to Thrive with Avenida Cool Springs Nikki Jo Boston Avenida Cool Springs Resident Enrichment Director At Avenida Cool Springs, we believe that providing our residents with a rich array of services and programs—along with a great place to call home—is the key to active, healthy, and engaged living. That is why we offer our Five to ThriveTM Resident Enrichment Program, which was developed utilizing findings from a 10-year study on aging. The study found that five key areas have been shown to have a direct impact on healthy aging: Life Activity, Material Security, Physical and Functional Fitness, Cognitive Efficacy, and Social Resources. Our Five to Thrive program addresses these five areas with daily classes, events, and social opportunities. As the Resident Enrichment Director at Avenida Cool Springs, I manage the community’s rich calendar of physically invigorating, mentally enriching, and socially stimulating activities and resources. My goal is to make sure each resident is able to engage in programs that support their passions and enhance their quality of life, while addressing our five key areas of healthy aging. Let’s explore one of those key areas in more detail: Life Activity. Life Activity is focused on emotional and spiritual health. Being active, exploring new places, experiencing new opportunities, and embarking on stimulating adventures that engage the body and the mind are all activities that help us be active participants in daily life. Beyond these life experiences, though, we also want to focus on thinking positively about being in touch with our feelings, and comfortable in expressing them. We’ve learned that the search for deeper meaning in life never ceases, so it’s important to engage in experiences that help us discover the depth of our spiritual awareness.

Our Five to Thrive calendar offers numerous experiences that help our residents focus on Life Activity: Mindfulness meditation

Hikes in local parks

Memoir writing seminars

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Educational courses on history and media

To learn more about our Five to Thrive program, or about life at Avenida Cool Springs, visit AvenidaCoolSprings.com or call us at 615.502.2657 today.


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ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY SHIFAY CHEUNG

M e e t W i l l i a m s o n C o u n t y ’s Librar y Ar tist This mural in progress is in the children's department at the main branch.

Marin Brennan

“The murals are inspired by each unique community of Williamson County. I wanted to represent each of th em in a colorful, playful and whimsical way, making sure to highlight specific aspects of beautiful Tennessee.” 36

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The first completed mural in the main library


MEET MARIN BRENNAN, A FAMILIAR FACE AT THE FRONT DESK AT WILLIAMSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY. Before starting at the library, she graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with degrees in illustration and literary arts and studies. She keeps up with her art by creating large theater sets for Harding Academy productions. In 2018, she competed for and won grant  monies provided by the Library Foundation and Friends of the Library to paint a mural in the story theater at the main library and in the six branches of the Williamson County Public Library system.  Marin started painting in December and is expected to complete all murals this spring. Each mural will represent their unique community. Together, they represent Williamson County. 

This mural in progress is in the children's department at the main branch.

“My favorite thing about Williamson County is how much everyone loves th e library. It ’s exciting to see how integral it is to our patrons’ everyday lives. It really brings th e community togeth er, and we get a chance to form real connections with th e people we meet. Some of th e best people I know I met th rough Williamson County’s main library.”

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The DAR Difference SUPPORTING MILITARY FAMILIES

THROUGHOUT

AUBREY

WILLIAMS'

DEPLOYMENT,

SHE

AND MORE THAN 400 SOLDIERS RECEIVED THOUGHTFUL CARE PACKAGES AND LETTERS FROM DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (DAR) MEMBERS. After her five years in the Army, she accepted a job in Franklin and decided to join the volunteer organization that helped her through her military service. Now the Tennessee State Chairman of the DAR Service for Veterans and 1st Vice Regent of Brentwood’s Sarah Polk Chapter, Aubrey shares the extent of DAR’s influence on military members. “The depth of the impact these women in the DAR have on our country is one of  those quiet things we don’t often hear about,” Aubrey says.

brand-name sunscreens. Women would feel more at home with

The DAR has three goals: historic preservation, education  and

the personal letters, women’s magazines, nail polish and lip gloss

patriotism. Patriotism is the major reason Aubrey wanted to get

they include as fun surprises. The DAR listens to recommendations

involved in DAR. When Aubrey’s college professor, a DAR member,

and keeps an updated list of supplies members can send overseas

learned of Aubrey’s deployment, she gave Aubrey’s address to the

on its website. The Sarah Polk Chapter focuses on active duty

DAR’s Project Patriot committee. Project Patriot sends care pack-

women and meeting their needs as they understand how much it

ages, expired coupons for the commissary and bedding for returning

means when they receive them.

soldiers. Because the professor knew Aubrey has access to a large

The Sarah Polk Chapter also partakes in numerous veterans

mailroom, the committee was able to send packages to hundreds of

events throughout the year. At Christmastime, DAR members partic-

soldiers. The packages include things like healthy snacks for their

ipate in Wreaths Across America, where they sponsor or volunteer

cargo pockets, Q-tips for both hygiene and weapon cleaning  and

to place wreaths on the graves of those who sacrificed their lives in

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memorial cemeteries throughout the country. This year on Dec. 14,

complement DAR’s mission. In February, country music singer Keni

local DAR members will place their wreaths at the Middle Tennessee

Thomas spoke about his experience as an Army Ranger in the movie

State Veterans Cemetery. Their largest event falls on Veterans Day.

Black Hawk Down and then performed for the women. The  Sarah

After Franklin’s Veterans Day parade, veterans and families of the

Polk Chapter nominated Keni for the Outstanding Veteran Volunteer

American Legion Post 22 gather for a luncheon hosted and served

Award, and he won in 2017. The DAR recognizes, admires and learns

by the Sarah Polk Chapter members. This gives everyone a chance

from the heroes of our country who continue to prove their leader-

to convene and socialize over great food as well as give thanks.

ship. At the end of the meeting, the Sarah Polk members get down

The Sarah Polk Chapter meetings correlated well with Aubrey’s

to business and make motions to fund or assist with new projects.

busy schedule, as it is the only Tennessee chapter to meet on week-

At the state level, the Tennessee Society raises money for Honor

nights. At the meetings, members discuss relevant topics, from

Flight so World War II veterans can travel to Washington, D.C. to

education issues to women’s health, and invite guest speakers who

visit the memorials. Over the years, hundreds of veterans have had CONTINUED >

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GIVING BACK

(CON TI N U ED)

this incredible opportunity to be honored and seek closure because of the Society. When it’s time for a local send-off, the Sarah Polk women go to the Nashville airport to support them and donate snacks for their journey. The Tennessee Society also fundraises for  the Tennessee Fisher House Foundation in Murfreesboro and makes sure the homes get the proper maintenance, while the Sarah Polk women help keep the properties beautiful by planting flowers. Every DAR member is a descendant of anyone involved in achieving America’s independence during the Revolutionary War. With some genealogy research from Aubrey’s father, she was able to join and ultimately discover a new group of friends. “They’ve really become  family for me because I had no family here in Tennessee. They have been so generous with me just as when I was serving,” Aubrey says. The women threw a baby shower for her and then a birthday party for her son. Despite some common misconceptions, Aubrey says, “I can tell you that as a 34-year-old half Korean veteran, daughter of an immigrant, fulltime worker and mom, we are a diverse group.” Aubrey is one of  many  DAR members dedicated to making active duty military and veterans feel appreciated by giving them the care they deserve. The projects and events the  state society and local chapters create reach military members far and wide. Though many projects the volunteers of Daughters of the American Revolution accomplish are completed out of the public eye, the military men and women and their families will be forever thankful for their unconditional support. 42

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HOT SPOT

Now Ser ving: A Cup of Love ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS YOU MAY NOTICE WHEN WALKING THROUGH THE DOORS OF THE CAFÉ AT THISTLE FARMS IS THE UNIQUE TEACUP ARTWORK THAT HANGS FROM THE CEILING IN THE ENTRYWAY, DISPLAYING MORE THAN 1,100 DIFFERENT TEACUPS. Hal Cato, CEO of Thistle Farms, shares that the project was designed by the interior team at  McAlpine House and executed by Andy Harding, a local Nashville artist, along with the help of several volunteers. The café started collecting teacups more than five years ago, and the collection continued to grow. “Like all of us, there is a story in every cup,” Hal says. This community began in 1997 when Becca Stevens, a local Episcopal priest, founded the Magdalene Program, a housing assistance program dedicated to helping female survivors of human trafficking, prostitution and addiction. Four years later, the mission of Thistle Farms was born. “We  had operated the Magdalene homes for four years when we realized that we needed to do something to  help the survivors financially as well  because they were not getting jobs. So, we started the social  enterprise of making products,” Hal says. When survivors join the two-year residential program, they are provided with employment through Thistle  Farms, health insurance, meals, therapy  and access to educational groups. Hal says Thistle  Farms has had a large social impact on the local community by helping women many people would otherwise ignore. CONTINUED >

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“Helping survivors love themselves and love others in a healthy way is at the core of what we do,” he says. In November 2017, The Café at Thistle Farms reopened its doors after nearly a yearlong renovation. Hal says he can see

When making their products, the team at Thistle Farms pours love into all they do. Whether it be a candle, body lotion, bath soak, hand soap, essential oils or lip balm, each product is made with the intention to heal the mind, body and soul.

the pride in the survivors' eyes as they welcome customers

“We are helping to create a culture that gives women the

into the beautiful space to make them healthy food. One of

opportunity to heal and helps assure that they never have to

the chefs can even be heard singing to the food as she cooks.

sell themselves as a commodity again,” Hal says.

On an outside wall of the café, there is a mural with the organization’s message of “Love heals everybody.”

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