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Mortgages are offered and originated by Citizens Bank, N.A., Citizens One and Citizens One Home Loans are brand names of Citizens Bank, N.A.(NMLS ID#433960). All loans are subject to approval. Equal Housing Lender. 2019 Citizens Financial Group, Inc. All rights reserved.


LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2020 PUBLISHER

Athena West | athena.west@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Maria Dinoia | maria.dinoia@lifestylepubs.com

Franklin Strong TO MY FRANKLIN LIFESTYLE READERS: The ongoing COVID circumstance has been tough on everyone personally and professionally. Like all of you, I pride myself on being “in control” of my work and

AD DESIGNER

Matthew Endersbe LAYOUT DESIGNER

Kelsey Proctor CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Linda Dohse, Susan Baldani, Brianna Melanson, Ashley Hutcheson, Jessica Wayman

my role in our community. This has been unprecedented for sure and we may not have had the control we are accustomed too, but we are all still here and we will be stronger than ever on the other side. As the forefront publication for the Franklin and Leipers Fork area, I felt it was necessary to acknowledge the emotional toll this has taken on you, our Franklin readers and community-at-large. While this June issue will have many of the segments you enjoy (IE- home renovation ideas, interviews with a local celebrity, etc), this issue will also include special articles as the community works through several important topics (should the topic resonate or apply to you). We have a guest writer.  She is a local psychologist who specializes in anxiety and will give us tools to help recognize signs of anxiety. Secondly, apparently phone calls to estate attorneys have skyrocketed for all age-brackets in the past few weeks. Estate planning is an important topic in general, but since it’s become an increased curiosity, we have an estate attorney breaking down the steps and terminology for estate planning.

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore ART DIRECTOR Sara Minor OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Janeane Thompson

Thirdly, many readers have lost their jobs and/or health insurance. Purchasing health

AD MANAGER Chad Jensen

insurance is new territory for some and the process, options, and terminology can be

REGIONAL SALES DIRECTOR Eric Williams

overwhelming. Therefore we have an insurance agent who specializes specifically in

WEB APPLICATIONS Michael O’Connell

health insurance who will address this in a short piece. We will also spotlight local community leaders and a few impacted businesses. Finally, we will be featuring and paying homage to nurses, doctors and essential personnel in our community through a photo collage in this issue.  We have developed a logo called "Franklin Strong" and this logo will appear throughout the issue. My hope is that this logo will give us a sense of unity and that we are stronger together than we are individually. ARIZONA | CALIFORNIA | COLORADO | CONNECTICUT | FLORIDA | GEORGIA

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2020

FEATURES 20 Toast to Dad With A Fun Take on A Mule

30 Billy Ray Cyrus Some Gave All, All Gave Some

48 The Huff Project Support for Lung Cancer in Middle Tennessee

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56 5 Questions About Your Estate Plan What You Should Know

56 DEPARTMENTS

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Lifestyle Letter

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Good Times

14

Around Town

20 Culinary Creations 26 Local Limelight 30 Back Stage 36 Inspired By 44 Open House 48 Giving Back 52 Healthy Lifestyle 56 Legal Compass 60 Financial Buzz 64 Trend Setter 70 Local’s Choice


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4 Bd’s • 3.5 Ba’s • 4,765 SF Walk to Crockett Park

5 Bd’s • 5.5 Ba’s • 4,705 SF 2 Bd’s on Main • Backs to Mature Trees

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4 Bd’s • 3 F/2 H Ba’s • 4,968 SF

THE GROVE • COLLEGE GROVE

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GOOD TIMES

On the Front Lines of Covid-19 - Part 1 Nurses and healthcare workers at Williamson Medical Center respond to the current pandemic with courage and grace.

Mercy serves children and adults of all ages, in every stage of life. From primary care to psychiatry, counseling to social services, we’re here for our community and will not turn anyone away. While much has changed, our mission is the same – reflecting the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by providing excellent healthcare to ALL and support to their families.

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GOOD TIMES

On the Front Lines of Covid-19 - Part 2 St. Thomas West's doctors and nursing staff manage patient care like the heroes that they are.

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SEPTEMBER 2019

OLE RED DEFINES “SWANKY TONK”

Takes the Pilgrimage Stage

WHAT MAKEUP ARTIST KATHY CONFER IS DOING FOR BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS

"HARVESTING" HEALTH THROUGH HEMP WITH LABCANNA

MEN'S SKIN CARE

It's Just Her Imagination! WHERE TO FIND A FOUR-LEGGED GIFT

FRANKLIN'S FOOD TOURS

WORLD CLASS FLAVOR WITH LOCAL FLAIR

SHOPPING AT DRAPER JAMES WITH THE NASHVILLE MOM

ANN PATCHETT'S NEW NOVEL

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GOOD TIMES

On the Front Lines of Covid-19 - Part 3 Southern Hills Medical Center's team of physicians and nurses are a powerful force in the fight against Covid-19.Â

A unique gallery and framing studio in the iconic Factory at Franklin Affordable original art from around the world and next door

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Laser Therapy

Foot & Ankle Sprains/Fractures

Infections & Athlete’s Foot

Sports Injuries Bunions/Hammertoes Heel Pain/Plantar fasciitis

Comprehensive Diabetic Foot/Wound Care

Call 615-790-3323 100 Covey Drive, Suite 309, Franklin

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


AROUND TOWN

LANDMARK BOOKSELLERS GETS A $110,000+ BOOST FROM AUTHOR KAREN KINGSBURY Downtown Franklin’s independent bookstore,

Landmark

Booksellers

received a surprising number of sales last month thanks to bestselling author Karen Kingsbury’s social media post on Instagram. The #1 New York Times inspirational storyteller asked fans to help save the historic store that has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Landmark owners Joel and Carol Tomlin and Kingsbury go back a long way, as Kingsbury’s 2012 novel, The Bridge (and subsequent Hallmark movie)  is based on the downtown landmark. According to

VisitFranklin.com, Landmark

Booksellers is housed in one of the oldest remaining buildings in Franklin.

Building Custom Homes In Middle Tennessee

WILLIAMSON COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION SUPPORTS LOCAL BUSINESSES, HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS As

Williamson

unprecedented

County

challenges

faces related

to the COVID-19 crisis, the Williamson County Fair Association, Inc. 

has

announced its plan to support locally owned businesses in Williamson County by purchasing $50,000 in gift cards to donate to area health care professionals and first responders

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serving on the front lines. Approximately 1,000 first responders will benefit from the Fair Association’s gift card  donations that will be purchased from 27 local businesses,


with many business owners generously offering to match the WCFA’s purchase with their own donations.  The WCFA will also donate funds

Beautiful Smiles EXCEPTIONAL CARE

directly to GraceWorks Ministries to support the nonprofit’s food bank and to provide utility assistance to those who qualify.  One Generation Away, another Williamson County-based nonprofit that aids Middle Tennesseans struggling with food insecurity, will also receive a donation from the WCFA. Coupled with its mission to celebrate

the

county’s

agricultural

resources with a nine-day fair each year, the intent of the WCFA is to stimulate the civic welfare and betterment of Williamson County by  supporting the community, its residents and its workers through its locally owned businesses.

FRANKLIN THEATRE'S 2020-21 PERFORMING ARTS SEASON SHOWS ON SALE Theatre goers can catch three new series at the Main Street theatre: Great Performances, Celebration of Dance and Family Spotlight. The new season from September 2020 through April 2021 includes 15 new shows. The GREAT PERFORMANCES SERIES encompasses world class musicians

Dr. Fowler is a Franklin resident.

and ensembles with virtuoso musical

Our one-doctor, one-location practice allows

performances. The CELEBRATION

Dr. Fowler and our team to focus on serving our

OF DANCE SERIES combines the creativity of artists with the discipline of

patients in the most personalized manner. Each

athletes and includes amazing displays

patient receives an individualized diagnosis and

of music and movement. Finally, the

treatment plan to obtain a beautiful smile.

FAMILY SPOTLIGHT SERIES includes topflight performances by jugglers, magicians, acrobats and some very big dinosaurs that will not only entertain but create experiences that will engage and expand young minds while creating experiences families can enjoy together. Ticket purchases make a difference and are on sale now. FranklinTheatre.com #KeepItGoing #SavingYouASeat

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AROUND TOWN

FIRST HORIZON OFFERING FREE FINANCIAL WELLNESS CLASSES In its continuing outreach to support businesses and their employees

WHAT DO YOU WANT IN YOUR DREAM KITCHEN? Stunning Cabinets

Quality Finishes

High Durability

during the coronavirus pandemic, First Horizon Bank is now offering an online version of its Financial Wellness programs free of charge. The goal of the bank’s  Financial Wellness series  is to help individuals

improve

their

financial

health – a subject that has taken on more importance during the pandemic. The educational and interactive classes cover such topics as  managing a budget, building an emergency fund, understanding your credit score, preventing identity theft, and buying a home. Currently, more than 200 Middle Tennessee companies are enrolled in the  program.  Employees whose employers have enrolled in the program are also eligible to take advantage of a free, confidential financial counseling session with a First Horizon Bank

representative.

Participating

companies or their employees do not have to bank with First Horizon to take the classes or consult with a Financial Wellness expert. Companies that wish to learn more about the program, classes

Before

and the financial counseling ses-

After

sions can email Donna Spears, First

Horizon

Bank

Business

Development Acquisition Specialist

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at DSpears@firsthorizon.com

ASCENT EYE CARE AND EYEWEAR GALLERY OPENS IN FRANKLIN A new eye care business has come to town - Ascent Eye Care and Eyewear Gallery is located at 1441 New Highway 96 West, Suite 3 in Franklin. Tyler Ross Boone, O.D.and his staff  provide modern eye care services,

including

comprehen-

sive eye exams, vision correction,


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pediatric eye care health, treatments for eye disease and dry eye and more. AscentEyeCare.com

UNITED WAY ALLOCATES ADDITIONAL $1.17 MILLION THROUGH COVID-19 RESPONSE FUND United Way of Greater Nashville announced today that the COVID-19 Response Fund allocated $1.17 million, its third round of funding, to 44 local nonprofit organizations that are helping individuals and families impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. The Fund has raised just over $3.9 million, thanks to generous gifts from local foundations, corporations and community members. $2 million—more than half—has already been distributed. Donations are decreasing, and so much more is needed to meet the growing needs of the COVID-19 pandemic and to help those who are struggling. Funded agencies have wait lists of 4,000 people looking for help paying their rent, buying groceries and finding childcare so they can continue to work.  To

make

a

donation,

visit

NashvilleResponseFund.com or text NashvilleUnited to 41444.  As funds are distributed, United Way will publish the receiving agencies, along with the help they can provide and contact information, at NashvilleResponseFund.com. 100 percent of the Fund goes to nonprofits to help individuals impacted by

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AROUND TOWN COVID-19 and agencies that need organizational support.

FRONT LINE APPRECIATION GROUP KEEPS WORKERS FED AND RESTAURANTS OPEN Vanessa Sokic and Nola Gephart started the Facebook group Front Line Appreciation Group (FLAG) Wilco after the movement began in hard hit New Jersey. The group raises funds to  purchase meals from local restaurants to provide for hospital staff in especially critical areas such as the COVID unit, ER and the CCU as well as other front line heroes such as Fire, Police, EMS, Postal and Social Workers in our community. 100% of all funds donated go toward the purchase of food from local restaurants. FLAG Wilco is completely volunteer based.  As of April 21st, the group has raised  $14,178.34

in

donations,

with $12,690.97 going to restaurants for 1,506 meals and hundreds of snack bags. Follow them on Facebook at FLAG Wilco and/or donate to: venmo.com/ flagwilco or paypal.me/flagwilco 

PRIMROSE SCHOOL HAS OPENINGS IN THEIR PRE-K CLASS Primrose

School's

Pre-

Kindergarten classroom is part of their Venture Program for children ages three to five, which focuses on building children's confidence and independence so they feel comfortable venturing out, exploring on their own and asking questions. You're invited to tour their Pre-Kindergarten classrooms and to learn more about the unique experiences designed to nurture curiosity, creativity, confidence and compassion. Primrose Schools believes  who children become is as important as what they know. That's why their  exclusive Balanced Learning® approach 18

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emphasizes

character


development and life skills in addition to nurturing children's intellectual, creative and physical development. Balanced Learning is created from the best early education wis-

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dom to ensure they offer the highest quality early education and care possible. Meaningful daily classroom experiences weave learning and fun together for children, and a balance of purposeful play and nurturing guidance from teachers gives every child the opportunity to reach his full learning potential. Primose is currently enrolling for fall. Call 615.771.3001 to schedule a tour.Â

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CULINARY CREATIONS

a toast to dad

FORTUNATELY,

FOR

THOSE

OF

US

WHO

ARE

SELF-PROCLAIMED WINE OR COCKTAIL AFICIONADOS, LIQUOR STORES WERE DEEMED ESSENTIAL DURING COVID’19’S QUARANTINE. In fact, John Klaritch, owner of Case Selects Wine and Spirits said,  “Sales have picked up really well which has helped our business since the ‘Wine in Grocery Store’ bill cut it by almost 40%.” Case Selects opened almost 10 years ago in Franklin. Klaritch declares, “Over the years I’ve built  up a loyal fol-

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lowing of terrific customers. I am often complemented on


how friendly and helpful my employees are. I am extremely

I decided to make a career and quality of life change by mov-

lucky. It’s also good to be able to take my dog Lazlo to work

ing from New York to Tennessee and opening a wine store in

every day…he has a loyal following too.”

Franklin. It’s the best decision I ever made. My commute to

Klaritch wasn’t always in the wine and liquor business. He adds, “I worked in advertising for about 19 years. Early on in my career

work is 18 minutes instead of two-plus hours, and I get to live in a great community.”

one of the ad agency’s client’s was Beaulieu Vineyards. During

John and the staff offer in-store wine and spirit tastings, and

the summer the client would come to the office on Friday’s to do a

occasionally get cocktail recipes from their famous friends like

wine tasting for employees. This was my intro into wines.” 

Rob Floyd from Paramount TV’s “Bar Rescue” with Jon Taffer.

He continues, “After visiting my brother and his family in Tennessee during the holidays for about ten years,

Here is Rob’s very fun take on a mule done with  your favorite tequila. 

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John with his dog Lazlo

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moscow mule INGREDIENTS + 2 fresh pieces of ginger + 1 pressed jalapeno + 2 oz. favorite silver tequila + .75 oz. fresh lime juice + .50 oz. agave syrup + .25 oz. orange liquor + 2 dashes old fashioned bitters + 3-4 oz. ginger beer DIRECTIONS In a mixing tin, muddle ginger and jalapeno. Add tequila, lime juice, agave syrup, orange liquor, and ice. Shake for about 10 seconds. Take a copper mug or a tall glass and add fresh ice. Pour in 3 - 4 oz. of ginger beer then add the cocktail from the shaker. I like to strain it and then use a fine strainer, but either way is great. Crush a piece of ice and sift over the top of the cocktail. Add 2 dashes of bitters and your favorite herb and serve. RobFloydEnt.com CASE SELECTS  3046 Columbia Avenue, Suite 104 Franklin 615.595.5801 CityLifestyle.com/Franklin

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THE CUSTOM TINY HOUSE HAPPILY AT HOME IN LEIPER’S FORK MARKET IS RED BYRD COFFEE, OWNED BY SADIE AND KYLE BROOKS. Opened in 2018, Red Byrd was almost 2 decades in the making. A native  Californian, Sadie would often find coffee shops cozy and friendly; a “comforting place” for her to be. In the early 2000’s, a trained opera singer, Sadie changed her vocal vocation to bluegrass and eventually moved to Nashville. In 2011, Sadie met Boston native Kyle and the two quickly decided to get married. Though both were working and thriving in corporate America while accomplishing their music industry  dreams, the coffee shop vision never left Sadie’s mind. Her father’s passing in 2017 was the final  catalyst, highlighting that the “most important thing to be is happy and love what you do.” By early the following year, Red Byrd was open for business. The business bears the same name, though not the  same spelling, as a song Sadie credits for “brightening her days and breathing new life” for her. Red Byrd “is all about joy.” Kyle is clear that customers are the focus of each and every coffee  transaction. When he asks about your day, he not only wants to know your answer, he hears you. In our fast-paced culture, all too often people are not listening to each other. Kyle and Sadie not RED BYRD COFFEE SHOP  4348 Old Hillsboro Road

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BACK STAGE

B i l ly R ay Cy r u s

ARTICLE MARIA DINOIA

BILLY RAY CYRUS HAS ALWAYS HAD A

“I’m like everybody else,” the Thompson’s

CHARITABLE HEART. He has supported causes

Station resident says, “I’m just amazed at our first

like AIDS & HIV, animals, children, education,

responders. The real heroes. Brave people going

family/parent support, health, hunger, Parkinson’s

in there and making the ultimate sacrifice in some

disease, veteran’s services, Nashville’s tornado

cases. This thing has become warlike. Seeing

victims, and the list goes on. Most  recently,

them step up to the plate is the very definition of

he performed in support of the international

Some Gave All.”

advocacy

organization,

Global

Citizen, that

“Some Gave All” is the song Cyrus penned back

recently announced $127 million in commit-

in 1989 (from his 1992 album by the same name)

ments for healthcare workers in the fight against

and it’s really quite amazing that a song written

the COVID-19 pandemic. And it’s the Covid “mon-

more than 30 years ago echoes what is happening

ster” that has him admiring the people fighting it.

in the world today. Originally, the song was written CONTINUED >

HIS 1992 SONG, "SOME GAVE ALL" HAS A FULL CIRCLE MOMENT

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to pay homage to our veterans. Cyrus says, “I wrote a song

Boy, and can give the gift of song. And in 1989 I wrote a

about a Vietnam veteran that I met one night, but we have

song. That’s what I can do. Say thank you to our first

seen this throughout our times. A selflessness of stepping

responders through that song.”  

up. Take 9/11 for example. Police officers, firemen, military,

He’s reflective and thoughtful. “You know the old saying,

etc. Similar to this moment. Overwhelming sadness. Yet, you

‘Repetition is the mother of skill?’ Well, I re-wrote that just a

could still look and see the heroes. It was almost like a call to

little bit in lieu of this pandemic. I’ve been saying ‘Necessity

action for heroes. We saw it then and we’re seeing it again

is the mother of skill.’ We’re in such a search for a cure, a

now. It’s been amazing and incredible to watch.”

vaccine, more ventilators, more masks. It’s through that

Early in May, Cyrus participated in a digital town hall to

necessity that you develop repetition.”

help raise awareness about Native Americans being suscep-

During last year’s CMA Fest, Cyrus was presented

tible to the virus and arranged for 20,000 masks to go to res-

with a special commemorative Metro Nashville Police

ervations in Arizona and New Mexico. Cyrus says, “On those

Department (MNPD) coin with the words ‘All Gave Some,

reservations are some of the most vulnerable of vulnerable

Some Gave All.’ MNPD’s chief of police, Steve Anderson

people. Some don’t even have running water or electricity. I

presented the “chief’s coin” to honor their fallen officers.

just happened to be in a position where I could help. But in

For Cyrus, it was a “sacred” night, and another full circle

the big picture of things, I’m basically very small and inade-

moment for the song that helped launch a nearly three

quate compared to the doctors and nurses and all the unsung

decade career.

heroes like store clerks and truck drivers of this pandemic.”  

While Cyrus looks for the light at the end of this tunnel,

He humbly continues, “I’m a singer/songwriter. I feel peo-

he contemplates, “Life was so much simpler just one year

ple’s emotions. In some ways I’m like the Little Drummer

ago. We’ve all lived so much in these last couple of months.”

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SETTING THE STAGE FOR SUCCESS ARTICLE MARIA DINOIA

5 MEN WE ADMIRE

michael a. anastasi HOW’S BUSINESS FARING SINCE THE PANDEMIC?

Michael Anastasi with CBS News Anchor Dan Rather

In March, The Tennessean saw record digital audience of just under 70 million page views and we are seeing extraordinarily strong demand for our content as readers seek accurate and trustworthy local news. We continue to grow digital subscribers especially. That said, the global economic blow is striking the advertising side of our industry very hard. WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO YOU IN YOUR WORK/BUSINESS? That we reflect a deep commitment to the communities we serve. That we make sure our readers know, understand and are equipped to solve community issues. That watchdog and investigative reporting remain the foundational pillar of what we do. That we reflect the good and beautiful things that happen in our communities, too. TO WHAT DO YOU ATTRIBUTE YOUR SUCCESS? A relentless pursuit of excellence and believing in team. WHAT’S THE BEST CAREER ADVICE YOU EVER RECEIVED? Never underestimate the power of a smile.

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HOW IS YOUR BUSINESS FARING SINCE THE PANDEMIC?

TO WHAT DO YOU ATTRIBUTE YOUR SUCCESS? Row House is true to the sport of rowing outdoors. The

We continue to see interest in our studio. People

results of rowing are unparalleled. Rowing activates over

have been hesitant to join because of the uncertainty,

85% of the body’s muscles. Rowing also has such a rich

but we have certainly gotten some leads and prospects

history in the world and it’s been part of the Olympics

coming through since there has been an awareness of

since the very beginning. We have this cardio-based

being active. We’ve been able to offer virtual workouts for

high-intensity workout that’s low-impact which really

people to do at home without any equipment and people

opens the class up for a variety of people, such as some-

have been really appreciative of that. The revenue we

one with an injury. We offer a place for people of all shapes

generate from memberships is certainly down. We hope

and sizes and we can tailor a class to your abilities. Plus,

to see the interest translate to people taking our classes

the machines are more forgiving than being in a boat.

once things settle down.

You could be a collegiate rower sitting next to someone who hasn’t rowed in years. You get this really cool cama-

WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO YOU IN

raderie in our classes.

YOUR BUSINESS? The people. That’s why we do it. It’s a way to engage with folks while getting the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of rowing. We have a saying that says, “We steer our crew to be  the best versions of themselves. We are

WHAT’S THE BEST CAREER ADVICE YOU EVER RECEIVED? What comes to mind first is: “Don’t worry about who gets the credit, just worry about getting the job done.”

humble. We are kind. We leave no rower behind.” Our crew and staff are fully behind this message.

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“ We s t e e r o u r crew to be the best versions of themselves . We a r e h u m b l e . We a r e k i n d . We l e a v e n o r o w e r b e h i n d .”

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bryan doleshel CHIEF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICER, WILLIAMSON, INC. VICE PRESIDENT, DOWNTOWN FRANKLIN ASSOCIATION HOW’S BUSINESS FARING SINCE THE PANDEMIC?  Williamson, Inc. has been busier than ever working to connect the business community to the resources available. Fortunately, we’ve not skipped a beat and instead have continued to provide programming for our chamber members virtually. This past week we even celebrated a new business opening and hosted a virtual ribbon cutting. WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO YOU IN YOUR WORK/BUSINESS? People and relationships. I love being connected and love being able to connect others. As an employer, it’s very important to me to make a positive investment into my team. I want them to be challenged, supported and empowered through my leadership. TO WHAT DO YOU ATTRIBUTE YOUR SUCCESS? I was raised to work hard and to value relationships along the way. I’ve always been one who is goal driven and strives to be as good as I can be in whatever I’m tasked with. WHAT’S THE BEST CAREER ADVICE YOU EVER RECEIVED?  Don’t follow the money. I learned early in my career that making a lot of money didn’t bring me fulfillment. It’s been a lot more rewarding to do what I enjoy and follow my passions.

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HOW’S BUSINESS FARING SINCE THE PANDEMIC?

TO WHAT DO YOU ATTRIBUTE YOUR SUCCESS?

Being a part of the hospitality industry, we have seen a

There’s no easy path to success; it really has been an

slowdown since the pandemic. Our industry is dependent

arduous journey of inspiration, perspiration, and team work.

upon personal and business travel and we estimate a continuing slowdown over the next few quarters.

WHAT’S THE BEST CAREER ADVICE YOU EVER RECEIVED?

WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO YOU IN YOUR WORK/BUSINESS? Our business is built on recommendations and I value those more than anything else. Nothing gives me more

One of my earliest managers once gave me a simple piece of advice, which I still believe in - ‘It’s a career when you wake up each morning and look forward to the work day, otherwise it’s only a job!’

satisfaction than a client who brings another, or a team member who recommends a colleague to our organization.

“ I t ’s a c a r e e r w h e n you wake up each morning and look for ward to the wor k d a y, o t h e r w i s e i t ’s only a job!”

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INSPIRED BY (CONTINUED)

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HOW’S BUSINESS FARING SINCE THE PANDEMIC? Business has definitely slowed the past few weeks. Quite different than what we are used to for sure. We were open two days a week to see anyone with a dental emergency to help keep emergency rooms from getting bogged down.  WHAT’S THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO YOU IN YOUR WORK/PRACTICE? The most important thing to me in our practice is our team and our patient’s safety. That will always be our number one priority. That’s why we have taken all measures during this pandemic to ensure their safety and to incorporate new safety protocols moving forward.  TO WHAT DO YOU ATTRIBUTE YOUR SUCCESS? Hard work and continuous support from my family.  Also, surround yourself with people who believe in you. Negativity can derail anyone’s goal of being successful.  WHAT’S THE BEST CAREER ADVICE YOU EVER RECEIVED?  Never set limits on yourself. You can only achieve what you dream! 

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Stephen and his wife Emily

Not long before that, after playing major league baseball for the White Sox and returning home to Franklin, Stephen noticed something was wrong. He started experiencing shortness of breath and wheezing. Soon, a chronic cough and a swollen lymph node were misdiagnosed as  bronchitis. Antibiotics were ineffective. Stephen and his nowwife, Emily, were two months  away from being married when, after more testing, a doctor broke the news to Stephen. Everything came to a screeching halt. “When you get that diagnosis, you feel like your whole world has been turned upside down.” said Stephen. Stephen never smoked. As a matter of fact, according to the American Cancer Society,  65% of new lung cancer cases occur in former smokers and people who have never smoked. That’s a pretty high percentage for the number-one cause of cancer-related deaths in America. Unfortunately, lung cancer gets a bad rap. When someone is diagnosed with lung cancer,  instead of sympathy, the response that people can’t help but to have is, “Did you smoke?” In fact, Stephen said, “I was guilty of it myself. The first words out of my mouth when he told me I  had cancer were, ‘But I’ve never smoked!’” The Huffs decided that they wanted to fight the negative stigma of lung cancer and create a Lung Cancer Awareness specialty license plate for Tennessee. “Someone dealing with this type of disease shouldn’t have to worry about the shame. They should just worry about getting better, focusing on their treatments, and how they can live a healthier life,” said Stephen. The Huff Project was founded in 2018 and began raising money and pre-orders for the license plate and awareness for lung cancer. “We took it as an opportunity to ask ourselves, what can we do to change this stigma? What can we do to show the world that the only thing you have to do to get lung cancer is have lungs?” said Stephen. Before they knew it, they found themselves wanting to do more. The Huff Project’s first fundraising event, “Chip-In for Lung Cancer Golf Scramble,”  took place in October 2018. The next month, they hosted a Songwriters Night at The Factory in Franklin. They raised just under $100,000 that year, donating $25,000 of it to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. In

“We know that the money spent

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on research may or may not affect

Tennessee. “We never thought it was possible,” Stephen said.

my treatment, but it can definitely affect someone in the future which is our ultimate goal.” - Stephen Huff

donated over $60,000 to lung cancer research here in middle “It just takes a bit of ingenuity and the will to want to do it.” The Huff Project is planning this year’s golf scramble and songwriters night for this October and November which is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Tickets will be available at thehuffproject.org. You may go online today and pre-order your own Lung Cancer Awareness  specialty license plate in support of The Huff Project’s meaningful cause. TheHuffProject.org CityLifestyle.com/Franklin

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FOR MOST OF US, THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HAS BROUGHT ABOUT LEVELS OF UNCERTAINTY NEVER BEFORE EXPERIENCED IN OUR LIFETIME. However, for those with anxiety disorders, high levels of uncertainty are the norm. As a psychologist who specializes in evidence-based treatment for anxiety, I want to share some tools that are helpful for coping in uncertain times. These steps, which include clarifying control, challenging unhelpful thoughts, and reducing excessive safety behaviors, are detailed below.

TOOL #1

BECOME AWARE OF WHAT YOU CAN AND CANNOT CONTROL ABOUT A SITUATION.

The current restrictions and guidelines related to COVID-19 can make it feel like there’s little that we can do to effect change. This is a valid way to feel during an event of this magnitude. However, it’s important both to practice acceptance of what you can’t control and to be deliberate about how you address what you can control. For example, as a parent, you may not have influence over when your child goes back to school or how their curriculum is implemented. But you can provide them with love and a sense of safety during a scary time. In fact, it may be liberating to embrace that this is a time for all of us to prioritize caring. By accepting the aspects that are out of your control, you can devote your energy to those that are.

TOOL #2

YOU MAY BE EXPERIENCING AN UPTICK IN NEGATIVE THOUGHTS ABOUT THE FUTURE.

Hearing a cough in the grocery store may lead to concerns about the presence of the virus and increased worries about future health. These are natural reactions in the face of a new threat, and it means that your brain is doing its job. Challenging these thoughts does not mean that you refute them completely, as we can’t predict the future; however, it opens up space for the possibility that they may not be true. As we often say in our clinic, “Don’t believe everything you think.” Additionally, using compassionate language with yourself, such as, “My brain is just trying to keep me safe” can create some distance between your thoughts and your reactions to the thoughts.

TOOL #3

I N T H E F A C E O F U N C E R TA I N T Y, I N D I V I D U A L S M AY F E E L C O M P E L L E D T O E N G A G E I N E X C E S S I V E LY C A U T I O U S B E H AV I O R I N A N E F F O R T T O M I T I G AT E R I S K .

While it may provide temporary relief to engage in these behaviors, over time it can actually make us more rather than less anxious. Each time that you increase these safety behaviors, you are telling your brain that the situation is threatening. Therefore, this tool involves limiting your safety or information-seeking behaviors (checking for symptoms, excessively cleaning, researching) to a moderate level.  

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ARTICLE JUSTIN GILBERT, ESQ

THE CURRENT PANDEMIC HAS MANY PEOPLE ASKING TOUGH QUESTIONS ABOUT THEIR FUTURE. Where is the money going to go in the event of my death? Will my spouse get everything? How do I make sure my wishes are carried out? We reached out to estate attorney Justin Gilbert with Music City Estate Law to help us sort through the most commonly asked questions about setting up a will.

WHICH ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS DO I NEED? Most people regardless of their net worth need a will, durable power of attorney and

SHOULD I PUT MY CHILD’S NAME ON THE DEED TO MY HOUSE?

advance healthcare directive. People with

When you “just add the child’s name to the

minor children and or real estate property

deed,” you’re essentially making them the 50

may need a living trust. A will tells the court

percent owner of the property. In the case

who will serve as your executor to admin-

of older parents who are looking at potential

ister your estate and who will receive your

nursing home care and don’t have the ability

assets. A durable financial power of attorney

to pay for that care, you may have to rely on

will allow loved ones to handle financial

the state’s Medicaid program. In those cases,

matters during a period of incapacity, such

after that parent passes away, Medicaid is

as employment benefits, governmental ben-

going to attach to the house and expect to be

efits, retirement accounts, and life insurance.

repaid from whatever value is still in the parent’s name. Under any scenario where you are

WHAT IS PROBATE?

selling or gifting the property to the kids, it will

Simply stated, probate is the legal proce-

no longer be your property. The children will

dure through which the court ensures debts

have the ability to evict you from that property.

are paid and assets are distributed according to your will. If a person does not have a valid

HOW DO I PROTECT MY ASSETS

will, executed in accordance with Tennessee

FROM CREDITORS?

Law, their assets will be distributed accord-

Asset protection is the process of design-

ing to Tennessee laws of intestacy (dying

ing and implementing a plan to protect

intestate). The probate process is similar to

assets from creditors and lawsuits. Lawyers

a lawsuit, and is used to finalize a deceased

in the United States aggressively pursue

person’s legal and financial affairs.

cases against anyone perceived as wealthy and create new theories of liability every

HOW DO I AVOID PROBATE?

day. Each of us is at risk of being sued for

If property is to be transferred at death

circumstances outside of our control. Asset

via a will, it is almost guaranteed to be sub-

protection safeguards you, your assets, your

ject to the probate process. Probate can be

family, and keeps you from bankruptcy.

avoided by establishing a trust and re-titling

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BEER MAKING STARTER AND RECIPE KITS With craft beer all the rage these days, why not surprise dad with everything he needs to make his own beer. AllseasonsNashville.com, $104.99

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