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Community Healthcare. "Twenty years later, we’ve grown to serve more than 10,000 patients per year. We now offer a health care home for the entire family, which includes primary care, mental and behavioral health services, and care coordination," CEO Cindy Siler said. Mercy Community Healthcare will celebrate with events throughout the year, including the annual Labor Day Franklin Classic run in downtown Franklin and the 20th Anniversary Celebration Dinner Nov. 8. To learn more, visit MercyTN.org.
WCS' ENTREPRENEUR AND INNOVATION CENTER SEEKS BUSINESS MENTORS When the new Williamson County Entrepreneur
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from the experience of leaders in the business community. In August, 130 students from across Williamson County Schools will participate in the ness people who are willing to share their insights with students, on a number of levels: as instructors, as speakers and as advisers,” EIC Executive Director Dr. Kari Miller said. “Our objective is to represent the communities that all 10 of our high schools serve and to offer perspectives from a diversity of industries and walks of life.” Mentors from the business community must complete a comprehensive survey, submit a resume and references, and undergo a background check to be considered for acceptance. To apply to become a mentor, visit EICCatalystNetwork.org. For more on the Williamson County Schools Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center, visit WCS.edu/district/departments/tla/eic.
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DARCY & MARCY DESIGNS ARE FEATURED AT ATHENA RUNWAY The Athena Runway is a Nashville Fashion Show at the Parthenon on June 2, from 7–10 p.m. Hosted by multiple local emerging fashion designers, styles vary from waterproof outerwear athletica all the way to ready-to-wear. “This run-
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a showcase for their creative works,” said Darcy of Darcy and Marcy Designs. “There aren’t many a lot of work to put together. But in the end, I know it will all be worthwhile.” Eventbrite.com
June 2019 Issue of Franklin Lifestyle