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Table of Contents OUR COUNTY Historical timeline 8 Historic sites 10 Federal and state officials 11 County officials 12 Where to vote 13 Legal services 14

OUR CITIES Gallatin 24 Hendersonville 28 Portland 32 White House 34 Goodlettsville 35 Mitchellville 36 Westmoreland 36 Millersville 37

EDUCATION School administration 38 Board of Education 39 School directory 40

The Fact Book is a handy, annual guide to services and agencies in Sumner County. The book includes information about the county and each of its eight incorporated cities. The Fact Book is compiled by the Gallatin News Examiner and The Hendersonville Star News, which are owned by Gannett Co. Inc.

CREDITS Cover design: Kent Travis, Gannett Design Studio Contributors: Josh Cross, Tena Lee, Dessislava Yankova, Sherry Mitchell, Mable McReynolds, Alex Quinones, Mike Towle, Ken Atkinson, Rick Murray. Ad director: Robyn Williams Design: Gannett Design Studio

EMERGENCY Emergency agencies 42 Fire, police, utilities 43

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NONPROFITS Agencies 50


Sumner Regional Medical Center 52 Hendersonville Medical Center 54 Walk-in clinics 55 Health department 58


BUSINESS Chamber of Commerce 59 Economic development 60


TRANSPORTATION Emissions, bus schedules 65



Hendersonville photographer Rick Murray shot this photograph of a blue heron, one of the many birds that spend time fishing on Old Hickory Lake in Sumner County. The lake provides multiple recreational opportunities and is a favorite hangout for water enthusiasts.

Agents, mortgage and title companies 66

CHURCHES Sumner County churches 67-70

SPORTS Opportunities for athletes 71-78

Boat owners watch the sunset at Drakes Creek on Old Hickory Lake as they wait for the annual Fourth of July fireworks display. FILE


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VETERANS Help agencies 81


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Where it all began Significant moments in the county’s history 1765: First Anglo-Saxons arrive in the form of longhunters. 1771: First permanent settler, Thomas Sharp Spencer, constructs cabin at Bledsoe Lick near Castalian Springs. 1783: Three forts constructed to protect against American Indian attacks: Mansker’s, Bledsoe’s and Asher’s. 1786: Sumner County created by act of North Carolina General Assembly. 1795: Decades of American Indian hostilities end with raid on Indian Village Nickajack. 1796: State of Tennessee recognized by Congress. 1802: Gallatin founded as a city. 1849: Gallatin political leader William Trousdale elected governor; defeated in bid for second term. 1849 & 1852: Cholera epidemics ravage Gallatin; dozens die. 1861: Sumner County futilely votes 6,465-69 to remain independent in “War of Secession.” 1862: Union Army takes control of most of Sumner County and maintains control until war’s end. 1863: Sumner has first group of former slaves to enlist in Union Army. 1873: Cholera epidemic kills 120. 1877: Nashville newspaper reporter drops first airmail on Gallatin via hot-air balloon. 1889: First segregated public schools open.

Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt shows some of the artifacts found during renovations at the Douglass-Clark House in Gallatin. FILE 1905: Portland incorporated as a city.

1969: Hendersonville incorporated as a city.

1909: Bus service established between Nashville and Gallatin.

1970: Volunteer State Community College is established on the square in Gallatin.

1918: Devastating flood inundates lower portions of county; access to Nashville blocked. 1923: Typhoid outbreak prompts creation of water filtration plant in Gallatin. 1925: Tornado kills 33 in Bethpage. 1933: Creation of the federal Tennessee Valley Authority. About 15,000 families displaced along Cumberland River. 1950: TVA-built dam creates Old Hickory Lake. 1951: Westmoreland again incorporated as a town after a population decline during the Great Depression caused it to lose its original town status.

1900: First phone service established.

1954: The Highway 109 bridge over the Cumberland River opens, beginning the regionalization of Middle Tennessee.

1901: Westmoreland incorporated as a town.

1958: Goodlettsville incorporated as a city.

1903: Gallatin receives first electric service.


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1959: Sumner Memorial Hospital established.

1971: White House incorporated as a city. 1981: Millersville incorporated as a city. 1986: State Route 386, also known as Vietnam Veterans Boulevard, opens, creating a main artery between Sumner and Davidson counties. 1994: The County Commission votes to form Sumner Regional Health Systems, a nonprofit organization with an independent board of directors, to run the hospital in Gallatin. 2003: Two of Sumner County’s most famous residents, country music legends Johnny and June Carter Cash, die within five months of each other, drawing attention from around the world. 2006: An F-3 tornado strikes Sumner County, damaging 1,000 homes and killing nine people. 2008: Another tornado strikes Sumner County, causing devastation.

2010: Massive flooding from the Cumberland River causes millions of dollars in damage and blocks access to Nashville via Vietnam Veterans Boulevard for three days. 2010: Sumner Regional Health Systems declares bankruptcy. Brentwood-based LifePoint Hospitals purchases the assets after a weeks-long battle with the county and changes the name to Highpoint Health System. 2011: Five employees at the Hoeganaes industrial manufacturing plant in Gallatin die in a series of incidents that drew the attention of federal safety investigators and made 2011 one of the worst years on record for workplace deaths in Sumner. 2012: The start of classes is delayed by eight school days as the Sumner County Board of Education and the Sumner County Commission fight over the school budget. 2013: The county unveils a new EMS/EMA/E-911 facility on Airport Road to consolidate all three agencies.

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Stories and people behind Sumner County names Sumner The county was named for Jethro Sumner, a Revolutionary War general and hero. He was born in 1733 and died in 1807 in Warren County, N.C. Gallatin The city was named for Albert Gallatin, who served for 12 years as secretary of the treasury under U.S. presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. He also had several diplomatic posts and was one of the most respected government leaders of his time. Shackle Island The traditional story goes that illegal whiskey was available in a small shack on an island in the middle of a local creek. People would say, “Let’s go to the shack on the island for a drink.” Eventually, the name became simply Shackle Island, and, in 1900, the post office recognized it as the

name of the community. Millersville A man named Miller was a revenue officer who often stopped at the general store for cheese and crackers on his way to hunt for illegal stills in the mountains. He did not return from one of his trips, and his body was eventually found in an old well. After some time, his friends at the country store honored his memory by naming the village after him. Station Camp Creek The creek was named for a camp that longhunters (men who left home for extended periods and traveled long distances to hunt game) established in 1771. The camp was on Cages Bend Road near the creek and the present U.S. 31E. Free Hill Road After the Civil War, many freed

slaves came to the area and settled on a high hill northwest of Hendersonville. Thus, the hill and road became known as “Free Hill.” Pilot Knob Pilot Knob is the highest hill in the area that can be seen from the Cumberland River. Pilots on river craft would identify their locations from the hill, which stood out above the trees. Frog Town A former settlement on Sanders Ferry Road on Drake’s Creek was named for the chorus of frogs heard in the evening from early spring until late summer. Cairo Cairo was a sparsely settled frontier east of Gallatin along the banks of the Cumberland River. It was named Cairo around 1800 by Gen. James Winchester (of histor-

ic Cragfont) who, with two other men, acquired 150 acres in the midst of a frontier controlled by Creek Indians. Stinking Creek Located between Westmoreland and Portland, this community got its name from the sulfur springs in the area that created an unpleasant odor. Scattersville The first people credited for starting the community in 1880 settled a distance from each other for unknown reasons. A traveler, George German, came through the area and saw how scattered about the residents were and suggested they call it Scattersville. Rogana Named for pioneer Hugh Rogan, who built a small stone house in the community in 1800.

Portland 615.325-9257 • Gallatin 615.452-6666 Hendersonville – East Main St. 615.824-6542 • Orlinda 615.654-3388 Hendersonville – New Shackle Island 615.824-6844 • Goodlettsville 615.855-6676 White House 615.672-4364 • Greensboro Village 615. 989-9810 Springfield 615.384-9623 TN-0000926339

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Location: Highway 25, Castalian Springs

Gallatin City Cemetery 250 S. Cemetery Ave. First recorded burial: 1818 452-5206 Old Brush Cemetery Old Brush Cemetery Road, Portland First recorded burial: 1864 A free public cemetery Kings Cemetery Woodvale Drive, Gallatin First recorded burial: 1795

Hours: Open daily from daylight to dusk. Free. Details: The self-guided walking tour of the park retraces the pioneer footprints along Avery Trace, the first road leading into Middle Tennessee. The tour continues past the 1890s Parker Cabin, the Hugh Rogan stone cottage and the Cavern of Skulls. The tour is interpreted by signs providing historical information relating to the sites. Picnic pavilions and restrooms are onsite. A colonial fair is held each May.

COLD SPRINGS SCHOOL & MUSEUM Location: Richland Park, Portland Road, Portland Phone: 351-0719 Hours: Open 2-4 p.m. Sundays, from June to September; Open other hours by appointment only. Details: Built in 1857, this oneroom schoolhouse was originally near the cold springs that created Portland’s city lake. Camp Trousdale, a Confederate training camp during the Civil War, was moved to the site to provide water for the troops. In time, Cold Springs School became a hospital for soldiers at Camp Trousdale. Cold Springs School reopened for students after the war. The school is now in Richland Park and is restored as a museum of local history. Included in its collection is a display of Civil War memorabilia.

CRAGFONT Location: 200 Cragfont Road, Castalian Springs Phone: 452-7070 Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekdays except Mondays and 1-5 p.m. Sundays from April 7 through Nov. 3.


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Historic Cragfont in Castalian Springs is more than 200 years old. THE TENNESSEAN / FILE

Details: Considered the finest house on the Tennessee frontier, Cragfont was completed in 1802. It was built by Gen. James Winchester, one of the founders of Memphis. The mansion contains a ballroom on the second floor. Tennessee statesmen Andrew Jackson and Sam Houston were frequent guests at the parties hosted by the Winchesters. Each April, Cragfont sponsors the annual Pilgrimage of Homes, which highlights several historic and private homes in the county. It is available for special events and weddings by appointment.


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Location: 112 Public Square, Gallatin

Location: Highway 25, Castalian Springs

Phone: 452-5692; tours by appointment.

Phone: 452-5463

Location: 705 Caldwell Drive, Moss-Wright Park, Goodlettsville

Phone: 822-0789 Hours: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. TuesdaysFridays and 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays. Details: A historic antebellum home, built circa 1860, Monthaven was used as a field hospital during the Civil War. It now houses the galleries and offices of the Hendersonville Arts Council.

Phone: 859-3678 Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. MondaysFridays from March through December. Details: Historic Mansker’s Station features the Bowen House, built in 1787; Mansker’s Fort, a reconstruction of a 1780 log fort station; and a visitors center and museum. Visitors will see how longhunters lived a life of survival on the Tennessee frontier, juxtaposed with estate living in the Civil War era. Living history events, workshops and lectures are offered throughout the year.

Details: In Historic Downtown Gallatin, the completely restored Palace Theater is the oldest silent movie theater still standing in the South. Current-run movies are shown at 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays. Admission is $5 or $2 for children. Call 230-0884 to find out what movie is showing.

ROCK CASTLE Location: 139 Rock Castle Lane, Hendersonville

Details: Gen. Daniel Smith acted as surveyor for the Tennessee frontier, produced the state’s first map and is credited with naming the state. The circa-1794 home sits on an 18-acre tract overlooking Old Hickory Lake. Daniel Smith Days, a re-enactment and community fair, is held each October. Available for special events and weddings by appointment.

Details: Wynnewood was temporarily closed for three years as a result of severe damage from a tornado on Feb. 5, 2008. The historic site reopened on July 4, 2012. Standing two stories tall and 142 feet long, Wynnewood is purported to be the largest log structure ever constructed in Tennessee. Built in 1828 by Col. A.R. Wynne, it served as a stagecoach inn and later as a mineral springs resort. It remained in the Wynne family until 1971, when it was conveyed to the state. Source: The Sumner County Convention and Visitors Bureau

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Federal and state elected officials




FEDERAL OFFICIALS U.S. Sen. Bob Corker (R) Elected 2006 Phone: (202) 224-3344; Nashville office, 279-8125 Fax (202) 228-0566 or 279-9488 Email: U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R) Elected 2008 Phone: (202) 224-4944; Nashville office, 736-5129 Fax (202) 228-3398 or 269-4803 Email:


U.S. Rep. Diane Black (R) Elected 2010 Phone: 206-8204, Gallatin office; Murfreesboro office, 896-8218 Email: The 6th U.S. congressional district includes all of Sumner County.

STATE OFFICIALS Gov. Bill Haslam (R) Elected 2010 Phone: 741-2001 Fax: 532-9711 Email: State Sen. Ferrell Haile (R-Gallatin) Elected in 2012



District 18 includes all of Sumner Phone: Nashville office, 741-1999, Email: sen.ferrell.haile State Rep. William Lamberth (R-Cottontown) Elected in 2012 District 44 includes part of Sumner County Phone: Nashville office, 741-1980, Email: rep.william.lamberth State Rep. Courtney Rogers (R-Goodlettsville) Elected in 2012



District 45 includes part of Sumner County Phone: Nashville office, 741-3893, fax 253-0350 Email: State Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver (R-Lancaster) Elected in 2008 District 40 includes part of Sumner County (District 40 did not include Sumner until the 2012 election) Phone: Nashville office, 741-2192, Email: rep.terri.lynn.weaver

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County officials COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 1 Moe Taylor 420 Buck Graves Road Westmoreland H: 384-3571

COUNTY QUICK FACTS Established: 1786 Population: 166,123 County seat: Gallatin

Mike Akins 1345 Smiley Trout Road Westmoreland H: 644-3575

County tax rate: $2.02 per $100 of assessed property Cities: Gallatin, Hendersonville, Goodlettsville, White House, Portland, Westmoreland, Mitchellville, Millersville

DISTRICT 2 Billy Geminden 1419 Highway 259 Portland H: 325-9484 Shawn Utley 280 Cook Road Portland H: 325-3771

DISTRICT 3 Steve Graves 169 Chipman Road Bethpage W: 841-4121 C: 330-0688 David Satterfield 1976 Hartsville Pike Gallatin H: 452-6166 C: 838-4226

DISTRICT 4 Frank Freels 2134 Long Hollow Pike Gallatin H: 452-9748 C: 585-0376 Joe C. Matthews 605 Harris Lane Gallatin C: 708-1877

DISTRICT 5 Baker Ring 461 Brady Lane Gallatin H: 230-6818 Ben Harris 466 Buffalo Ridge Gallatin C: 804-2583


DISTRICT 6 Paige Brown 825 Brown’s Lane #1904 Gallatin H: 826-2724 James R. “Jim” Vaughn 2981 Cages Bend Road Gallatin H: 264-3858

DISTRICT 7 Trisha LeMarbre 230 Spy Glass Way Hendersonville H: 824-2912 Kirk Moser 189 Wynbrooke Trace Hendersonville H: 824-9148

DISTRICT 8 Merrol N. Hyde 103 Rebecca Drive Hendersonville H: 822-3866 Paul Decker 134 Meadowvue Drive Hendersonville H: 824-1902

DISTRICT 9 David Kimbrough 114 Trout Valley Drive Hendersonville H: 824-2026

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Chris Hughes 103 Bayview Drive Hendersonville H: 264-2297

DISTRICT 10 Jo Skidmore 209 Neptune Drive Hendersonville H: 824-0033, 8243070 Paul R. Goode 124 Cedarcrest Drive Hendersonville H: 479-5088

DISTRICT 11 Paul D. Freels 2458 Long Hollow Pike Hendersonville H: 824-0817 Jerry F. Stone 3293 Long Hollow Pike Hendersonville H: 824-5981

DISTRICT 12 Michael Guthrie 548 Thompson Lane Portland C: 238-4953 Robert Pospisil 202 Denise Circle Cottontown H: 672-1290

The Sumner County Commission meets each month at the Sumner County Administration Building on Belvedere Drive in Gallatin. FILE PHOTO

ELECTED COUNTY OFFICEHOLDERS County executive: Anthony Holt, 452-3604

Circuit court judge: C.L. “Buck” Rogers, 452-6771

County clerk: Bill Kemp, 4524063

District attorney: Ray Whitley, 451-5810

Trustee: Marty Nelson, 452-1260


Tax assessor: John Isbell, 4522412 Register of deeds: Pam Whitaker, 452-3892 Road superintendent: Judy Hardin, 452-2632 Sheriff: Sonny Weatherford, 452-2616 Circuit court clerk: Mahaliah Hughes, 452-4367 General sessions judge, Division I: Jim Hunter, 452-2288 General sessions judge, Division II: Barry Brown, 452-4332

County law director: Leah Dennen, 451-6060 Administrator of elections: Lori Atchley, 452-1456 Finance director: David Lawing, 451-6033 EMA director: Ken Weidner, 452-7584 EMS director: Keith Douglas, 451-0429 Director of construction and development: Gary Hammock, 452-1467

Chancellor: Tom Gray, 451-6004

Risk insurance manager: Tony Southern, 451-6023

Criminal court judge: Dee David Gay, 452-5526

Clerk and master: Darlene Daughtry: 452-4282

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Where to vote Administrator of Elections Lori D. Atchley Sumner County Election Office 355 N. Belvedere Dr., Room 106 Gallatin, TN 37066 Atchley County Precincts and Locations 201314 Westmoreland – Westmoreland Middle School, 4128 Hawkins Dr. North Sumner – North Sumner Elementary, 1485 N. Sumner Road, Portland Corinth – Corinth Church of Christ, Bridge Road, Portland Portland – Portland High School, 600 College St. Wiseman – J.W. Wiseman Elementary, 922 S. Broadway, Portland

Civic Center – Gallatin Civic Center, 210 Albert Gallatin Road Creekside Fellowship – 101 Harsh Lane, Castalian Springs Howard School – Howard Elementary, 805 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin Cottontown – Cottontown Fire Hall, 2397 Hwy. 25 Union Elementary – 516 Carson St., Gallatin City Hall – Gallatin City Hall, 132 W. Main St. South Water – Guild Elementary, 1018 S. Water Ave., Gallatin Vol State – (Rochelle Center, Thigpen Library) 148 Nashville Pike, Gallatin Gallatin Sr. High – 700 Dan P. Herron Dr. Jack Anderson Elementary – 250 Shutes Lane, Hendersonville Whitten Elementary – 140 Scotch St., Hendersonville

Hendersonville High – 123 Cherokee Road, Hendersonville Hawkins Middle School – 487A Walton Ferry Road, Hendersonville Long Hollow – Long Hollow Baptist Church, 3031 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville Gene Brown Elementary – 115 Gail Dr., Hendersonville Indian Lake Elementary – 505 Indian Lake Road, Hendersonville Walton Ferry Elementary – 732 Walton Ferry Road, Hendersonville Merrol Hyde Magnet School – 128 Township Dr., Hendersonville Beech – Beech High Annex, 3140 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville

SUMNER COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSION M. Allen Ehmling, Chairman Beverly Staten, Secretary Patricia L. Polston, Member Barbara Brake, Member Thomas Boyers V, Member

Oakmont School – 3323 Hwy. 76, Cottontown White House Middle School – 2020 Hwy. 31W

Millersville City Hall – 1246 Louisville Hwy. Goodlettsville Church of the Nazarene – 400 Loretta Dr., Goodlettsville

Rainbow Early Intervention is a non-profit organization serving children from birth to three years of age with developmental delays. Rainbow Early Intervention is also a recipient of funding from the TN Department of Education as well as the United Way of Sumner County. There are two ways that children can qualify for services: Children may qualify by having a diagnosis that places the child at risk for a developmental delay in the future; or children who have been assessed to have 25% developmental delay in two areas or a 40% delay in one area. Developmental areas are: Cognitive, Communication, Motor, Social/Emotional and Self-Help.

Intervencion Temprana del Arco Iris es un programa sin fines de lucro para los ninos desde el nacimento hasta los tres anos de edad con retraso en el desarrollo. Intervencion Temprano del Arco Iris es tambien un receptor de fondos del departamento de TN de la education, asi coma la forma unida del condado de Sumner. Hay dos formas en que los ninos pueden calificar para los servicios: Los ninos pueden calificar por tener diagnosistico que situa al nino en riesgo de un retraso en el desarrollo en el futuro; o los ninos que had sido evaluados para tener 25% retraso en el desarrollo de dos areas o un retraso del 40% en un area. Areas de desarrollo son: cognitive, comunicaciòn, motor, social/ emocional y auto-ayudar.

Rainbow Early Intervention services are provided free of charge to children in Sumner County who qualify. For more information or to have your child screened, please call the office at 615-452-1052, or email

Intervencion Temprana del Arcos Iris servicios se prestan gratuitamente a los ninos del Condado de Sumner que califican. Para mas information o para que su hijo sea evalvado por favor llame a la ofinica al 615-452-1052 o por correo electronic


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Legal services Sumner County’s court system has five courts and five elected judges.


Criminal Court is operated by the state Department of Correction.

The General Sessions Court is divided into two divisions:

Location: Gay’s office is in the General Sessions Building, 117 W. Smith St. in Gallatin.

Division I

Contact: 452-5526.

Cases handled: Felonies, misdemeanor cases and some small civil claims.


Judge: General Sessions Division I Judge Jim Hunter conducts preliminary hearings for felony cases to determine if they should be sent to the grand jury. Civil cases include damage, debt and contract claims under $10,000. Location: General Sessions Building, 117 W. Smith St., Gallatin. Contact: 452-2288.

Location: Old Sumner County Board of Education Building, 225 E. Main St. in Gallatin. Contact: 452-4332. Both divisions have extensive probation departments funded primarily from probation fees and court costs.

CRIMINAL COURT Cases handled: Those that are considered felonies under state law and some misdemeanors. The probation department of the


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Hendersonville Curtis Lincoln, 264-5354 Westmoreland Jade Rogers Mayberry, 644-3382 White House Joseph Zanger, 672-4350, ext. 2137 Millersville John Lowe, 859-0880 Goodlettsville Robert G. Wheeler Jr., 851-2214

Judge: Circuit Court cases are heard by C.L. “Buck” Rogers. Location: The Circuit Court judge’s office is in the Sumner County Courthouse on the downtown square in Gallatin.

Criminal Court Judge Dee David Gay presides over a trial in Sumner County. FILE PHOTO

Contact: 452-6771.

office. It is coordinated by Jana Smith, and the assistant is Tina White. The district attorney’s office is in the Cordell Hull Building on the square in Gallatin. The telephone number is 451-5810.

CHANCERY COURT Cases handled: Equity, divorce, adoption, workers’ compensation and damages claims. Judge: Tom Gray

Judge: General Sessions Division II/Juvenile Judge Barry Brown also hears cases involving abuse, dependency and neglect where parents endanger the life of a child; custody matters involving divorce; child support; paternity suits; and cases involving adults contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

Gallatin Connie Kittrell, 451-5893

Cases handled: Contract disputes, civil torts, condemnations, workers’ compensation claims, domestic matters and the administration of estates.

Division II/Juvenile Cases handled: More commonly known as Juvenile Court. Juvenile and domestic relations cases are heard. Juvenile cases involve persons under the age of 18.


Judge: Dee David Gay is the elected judge of the Criminal Court.

Location: The Sumner County Courthouse is on the downtown square in Gallatin. Contact: 451-6004. Clerk and master: Darlene Daughtry is the clerk and master, whose responsibility is to keep Chancery Court records. Her office is also in the courthouse. Her telephone number is 4524282.

DISTRICT ATTORNEY Ray Whitley is the elected district attorney for the 18th Judicial District, which encompasses all of Sumner County. His office prosecutes all General Sessions, Juvenile and Criminal Court cases. Nine assistant attorneys general work in Whitley’s office. The victim/witness program is also part of the district attorney’s

The child support division, headed by Assistant District Attorney Richard Tompkins, also is operated by the District Attorney’s office. The telephone number is 451-5829. In addition to prosecuting cases, the district attorney works with the Sumner County Drug Task Force.

GRAND JURY The Sumner County grand jury meets the first full week of each month to hear cases bound over by General Sessions Court and cases presented by law enforcement or individuals.

PUBLIC DEFENDER David Doyle is the public defender. This is an elected position. The public defender handles cases for indigents in General Sessions and Criminal Court. Doyle has a staff of four full-time attorneys, two full-time investigators, an admin-

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istrative assistant and an office manager. The public defender’s office is at 117 E. Main St., Gallatin. The telephone number is 451-5833. Funded by the state, the public defender’s office represents criminal defendants who cannot afford their own attorney.

CLERKS Circuit Court: Mahailiah Hughes is the Circuit Court clerk, a position that is elected every four years. Her office maintains the records for Criminal, Circuit and both divisions of General Sessions court. The Circuit Court clerk’s office is in the Sumner County Courthouse. The telephone number is 452-4367. For Criminal Court records, call 451-3209. General Sessions: The General Sessions clerk’s office is in the General Sessions Building on West Smith Street. Records for General Sessions Division I and Division II (Juvenile Court) are available at that location. The telephone number is 452-4310. Child support services, 4515829.

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Volunteer State Community College students Wendy Meyers and Julie Downing, far right, receive certificates of recognition from Sumner County Chancellor Tom Gray and Jane G. Marshall, seminar program coordinator for the Sumner County Bar Association, for their participation in a seminar.

From left, Sumner County Chancellor Tom Gray, attorney James E. Mackler, former judge and law professor Penny White, attorney David Raybin, Sumner County Criminal Court Judge Dee David Gay and event organizer Jane Marshall pose for a photo after attending the seminar that re-examined the historic 1865 trial of Mary Surratt at the Palace Theatre in Gallatin. FILE PHOTOS

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Dancers entertained the Fall Fiesta crowd in Sumner County with plenty of skill and enthusiasm. FILE

Jenny Mallicote and daughter Isabella, 3, play at Kids’ Kingdom on a warm day at Drakes Creek Park. FILE

Big Nose Kate lead singer Jonda Faucher gets the crowd fired up at Hendersonville Freedom Festival in Drakes Creek Park. FILE


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Aden Bell, 5, from Gallatin, checks out the poultry during the 4-H Poultry Auction at the Sumner County Fair. FILE

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Faces of Sumner County Heidi Parker, services assistant with the Portland Parks and Recreation Department, works on a plot of land in March that is now Portland’s community garden. FILE

Sumner County was well represented at the 2013 Tennessee Library Association banquet. Supporting Larry Hinton in his acceptance of the Trustee of the Year award were: Portland Library Manager Barbara Russell, Debra Elledge, Larry Hinton, Donna Hinton, Linda Ackerman, Jim Young, Martha Young, Westmoreland Library Manager Willie Ruth Borders, Rhea Condra, and Dennis Condra. SUBMITTED Don and Anita Durham during the Cragfont Gala. FILE

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Sumner County Clerk Bill Kemp helps conduct a live auction during Gallatin Daycare Center’s seventh annual spaghetti dinner and auction at the Gallatin Civic Center.

Darlene Hodges and Clara Rogan participate in the silent auction at the Good Neighbor Mission 30th Anniversary Gala at First United Methodist Church in Gallatin. FILE


Michael and Ashley Oakley enjoy dancing during the Cragfont Gala. FILE

Nancy Estes and Dickie Alexander, both of Bethpage, walk mare mules at the Sumner County Fair Mule Show in Gallatin. FILE


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Patsy and Jerry Bradley stand next to an historical marker commemorating their father, Owen Bradley. The marker’s unveiling was part of Westmoreland’s Owen Bradley Music Festival and Talent Search. FILE


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City of Gallatin

The State Route 109 Bridge connects Sumner and Wilson counties. FILE


hen Tennessee became a state in 1796, Sumner County was already a decade old, yet it still did not have a designated county seat. It took three failed attempts by the General Assembly to establish the town before a group of five commissioners successfully purchased 42.5 acres on land that once was a Native American hunting ground. The first lots were sold in 1802, marking the beginning of Gallatin. The town was named for Albert Gallatin, a Swiss immigrant who, as a U.S. Congressman in Pennsylvania, took an active part in winning admission to the Union for Tennessee. Gallatin served as secretary of the Treasury under former presidents Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, but he never visited the town bearing his name. Gallatin incorporated as a city in 1815. ( Source: Gallatin 200: A Time Line History Celebrating the Bicentennial of Gallatin. Edited by Walter Durham and Glenda Milliken. 2002.)



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GALLATIN QUICK FACTS Year founded: 1802 Population: 30,278 (from the 2010 Census) City Hall: 132 W. Main St. Government: Mayor and seven-member council Property tax rate: 99 cents per $100 of taxable property ZIP code: 37066 Website:

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our cities » GALLATIN FROM 24 MAYOR Jo Ann Graves 132 W. Main St. O: 451-5961 F: 451-5934

GALLATIN CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1 Anne Kemp 1207 Gibbs Lane H: 452-8924 Term expires Jan. 2017

DISTRICT 2 Steve Camp 118 Wayne Drive H: 452-8947 Term expires Jan. 2017

DISTRICT 3 Jimmy Overton 901 Lakeview Court H: 230-0496 Term expires Jan. 2015

DISTRICT 4 Craig Hayes 146 Woodlake Drive W: 452-1303 F: 452-6285 Term expires Jan. 2015

Bagpipe player Steve Snoddy and the Gallatin Fire Department Honor Guard march at a Sept. 11 memorial service. FILE

DISTRICT 5 John D. Alexander Vice mayor 780 Anthony St. H: 452-4168 Term expires Jan. 2015

COUNCIL AT LARGE Julie Brackenbury 171 Hale Ave. C: 604-4144 Julie@Brackenburyfor Term expires Jan. 2017 Ed Mayberry 801 Haynie Place H: 230-7869 Term expires Jan. 2015


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CITY ATTORNEY Joe H. Thompson O: 230-0681

POLICE Don Bandy, chief 130 W. Franklin St. O: 452-1313 F: 452-1597



William L. “Billy” Crook, chief 119 GFD Memorial Blvd. O: 452-2771 F: 452-2543

Rachel Nichols, director O: 451-5963 F: 451-5960

PERSONNEL CODES AND PLANNING Addam McCormick, interim building official Katherine Schoch, interim zoning administrator O: 451-5968 F: 452-0348 Inspection hotline: 451-5970

Amy Summers, interim personnel official O: 451-5890 F: 451-5960


our cities » GALLATIN FROM 26 ENGINEERING Nick Tuttle, city engineer O: 451-5965; F: 452-0348

PUBLIC UTILITIES David Gregory, superintendent 239 Hancock St. O: 451-5922; F: 452-0568 After-hours service: 452-5969 After-hours emergency: 911 or 451-5922

PUBLIC WORKS Ronnie Stiles, superintendent 641 Long Hollow Pike O: 451-5909


James Fenton, executive director O: 451-5940; F: 451-5941

LEISURE SERVICES (PARKS) David Brown, director Civic Center: 451-5911 Message line: 451-5915 Fax: 451-5908

GALLATIN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Paige Brown, executive director O: 452-4000

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City of Hendersonville

Garage Band Revival plays before the fireworks show at the Hendersonville Freedom Festival in Drakes Creek Park. FILE


endersonville residents have known all along what a few national publications have picked up on in recent years: Hendersonville is an affordable and desirable place to raise a family. In July 2009, Family Circle magazine named Hendersonville one of the top 10 places to raise a family, and in 2012 Money magazine’s America’s 100 Best Small Cities ranked the city the 86th best place to live in America. The magazine cited Hendersonville as the heartland of country music, home at one time or another to stars such as Taylor Swift, Conway Twitty and Johnny Cash. The survey also cited the city’s top-notch schools, rapid growth, shopping, restaurants and plentiful supply of white-collar jobs as a reason for its selection. Most recently, consumer advocacy website NerdWallet ranked the city eighth in Tennessee for best towns for young families. Governed by a 13-member board of mayor and aldermen, Hendersonville was incorporated in July 1969 and officially began operations Aug. 1, 1969.

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HENDERSONVILLE QUICK FACTS Year founded: 1969 Population: 51,325 City Hall: 101 Maple Drive North Government: Mayor and Board of 12 Aldermen Property tax: 65 cents per $100 (city), $2.0208 (county) ZIP Code: 37075

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WARD 1 Rosa Long 130 McBratney Drive 824-7070 Mark Skidmore 209 Neptune Drive 824-0033 or 824-3070

WARD 2 Lisa West 146 Edgewood Drive 824-4959 Scott Sprouse 127 Woodvale Drive 824-2022

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WARD 4 Fred Qualls 103 Pleasantview Drive 824-4507 Don Ames 107 Stones Throw 822-6595

WARD 5 Darrell Woodcock 122 Mckain Crossing 348-8197 Hamilton Frost 116 Dalton Circle 822-8163


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Kelli Davis of The Whipporwill, a Gallatin restaurant, takes part in a Taste of Hendersonville event. FILE

our cities » H’VILLE FROM 30 WARD 6 Jim Waters 244 Southburn Drive 945-0414 Matt Stamper 115 Camden Court N. 428-4610




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City of Portland

Betty Crafton helps package strawberries that Sandra Bradley, right, picked as Wilson White browses for strawberries to purchase. Crafton Farms in Portland sells strawberries along Highway 52. FILE


ome to the annual Strawberry Festival since 1941, Portland is a rural community 35 miles north of Nashville. In the 1920s, the growth and transportation of strawberries as an export crop became a booming business, resulting in growth of other industry. Today, many of Sumner’s industries have Portland facilities. A unique attraction here is the Days Gone By Museum, which has hundreds of artifacts and antique cars and tractors. Country music artist Ronnie McDowell and Roy Drusky have made Portland their home, and NBA basketball player Corey Brewer grew up here.



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PORTLAND QUICK FACTS Founded: 1905 Population: 11,704 City Hall: 100 S. Russell St., 3256776 Government: Board of six aldermen with vice mayor and mayor Property tax rate: $1.18 ZIP code: 37148

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VICE MAYOR Jody McDowell 325-2274 jodymcdowell@cityof

COUNCIL Luther Bratton W: 325-2233 H: 325-6046 Tim Coker H: 325-4359 Mike Callis H: 325-4504 Brian Harbin C: 887-8538, 600-7081

Melvin Minnis H: 325-2421 Steve White Facilities:


CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Sherri Ferguson, director 106 Main St. 325-9032

POLICE Richard Smith, chief 325-3434

FIRE Robert “Al” West, chief 325-5649

UTILITIES Portland Utilities: 325-6776 White House Utility District: 672-4110 Cumberland Electric Membership Corp.: 325-4172

This sign notes Portland’s role in the Civil War. FILE

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City of White House MAYOR Mike Arnold C: 456-4030

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Farris Bibb 210 Mount Vernon Court C: 499-0487

Dave Paltzik 205 Amber Lane H: 672-6995

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Clif Hutson 3674 Highway 31W H: 672-0582

John Decker 125 Brookview Dr. C: 308-8126

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OTHER CITY OFFICIALS Joe Palmer, fire chief W: 672-5338 Patrick Brady, police chief W: 672-4903 Gerald Herman, city administrator W: 672-4350 ext. 2111 Amanda Priest, human resources 672-4350 ext. 2111 Charlotte Soporowski, finance director 672-4350 ext. 2103 Steven Russell, parks maintenance supervisor 672-2682

This water tower in White House proudly displays the city’s joint vision.


ncorporated in 1971, White House is split between Sumner and Robertson counties along Highway 31 about 20 miles north of Nashville. The story of how White House got its name dates back to 1838-58, when the Carter, Thomas and Hough Stage Coach Co. traveled the L&N Turnpike. One of the stops for food and lodging and to change out horses was a two-story house built around 1829 by Richard S. Wilks. It was painted white, which was particularly rare during this time, especially in the underdeveloped land between Louisville and Nashville. Drivers and others began to refer to this stop and the area as “White House.”



Elizabeth Kozlowski 412 Highway 76 672-0239

Founded: 1971


Population: 10,419

Julie Bolton, executive director 414 Highway 76 672-3937

City Hall: 105 College St., 672-4350 Property tax rate: 98 cents (Sumner) $1.01 (Robertson) ZIP code: 37188

UTILITIES White House Utility District: 672-4110 White House Public Works: 672-0215 Cumberland Electric Membership Corp.: (800) 987-2362 Piedmont Natural Gas: (800) 752-7504


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City of Goodlettsville CITY GOVERNMENT The city’s governing body is the Board of Commissioners, made up of five elected members. The mayor and vice mayor are then selected from these five by the commission itself. The City Commission is elected to serve alternating, four-year terms. Elections are every two years.

MAYOR ity Hall and the Police Department are in the same complex in Goodlettsville. FILE

John Coombs 973-0724



oodlettsville is in Sumner and Davidson counties. The city was incorporated in 1858 and has a total area of a little more than 14 square miles

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Finance Julie High, 851-2201

City manager Tim Ellis, 851-2200

Human resources Dawn Freeman, 851-2206

City recorder Alicia Prince, 851-2205

Zach Young 390-6840

Public services Guy Patterson, 859-2740

Jane Birdwell, vice mayor 859-3142

Police chief Gary Goodwin, 859-3405

Jeff Duncan 851-5972

Parks & recreation Amy Mitchell, 851-2218

Codes, Building Safety and Property Maintenance Larry DiOrio, director 851-3741 Mike Bauer, senior inspector 851-3746

SERVICES Chamber of Commerce Steve Otto, president, 769-7100 Kimberly Lynn, executive director, 859-7979 Library 205 Rivergate Parkway 862-5862

Fire chief Phillip Gibson, 851-2248

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City of Westmoreland

City of Mitchellville


Gavin Smith, 9, of Westmoreland drinks a soda while watching the mule show at the 68th annual Sumner County Fair in Gallatin. FILE


ocated on the Highland Rim in northeastern Sumner County, Westmoreland is a city with a largely undocumented but surprisingly rich history. Many early settlers came here between 1805 and 1820 as tourists on the L&N Railroad. Area sulphur waters with supposed medicinal value found here made it a popular spot until the mid-1920s. In 1901, Westmoreland became an incorporated town. The town lost its corporate status in the early 1930s because of the Great Depression, but it was re-incorporated in 1951.

MAYOR Michael Carter H: 644-3287 C: 417-5497

OTHER CITY OFFICIALS/ EMPLOYEES City recorder/finance director Fredia Carter 615-644-3850

VICE MAYOR Kimberly Farley H: 644-2214

COUNCIL MEMBERS Dawn Freeman C: 388-4293 Larry Reeves C: 812-7373 Ricky Cline H: 644-3748 David Harrison H: 644-3823


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Codes and building inspector Tim Farley 644-2640 Fire chief Mark Jenkins 644-3303 Police chief K.D. Smith 644-2222 Public Works supervisor Kenny Patterson 644-5171

WESTMORELAND QUICK FACTS Founded: 1901 Population: 2,236 City Hall: 1001 Park St., P.O. Box 8, 644-3382 Government: Mayor and five-member city council, including vice mayor Property tax rate: $1.40 ZIP code: 37186

itchellville, the northernmost town in Sumner County, has a radius of two miles and a total area of one-half square mile of land. During its initial establishment, Mitchellville was larger than nearby Portland. In the 1950s, however, a powerful storm ripped through the city and destroyed many businesses and homes. Mitchellville phone numbers are listed in the Portland phone directory. Its mail routes are served by Portland after Mitchellville lost its post office in 2011 as part of the nationwide budget cuts within the U.S. Postal Service. City Hall is open part time, mostly on Friday afternoons. The phone number is 325-6020. MAYOR Bobby Worman H: 325-2271 C: 948-8472

ALDERMEN Darlene Worman H: 325-2271 Susan Barber C: 967-1226 Parnell Brown H: 325-3141 W: 325-2624 Barbara Canida, city recorder W: 325-6020

Water, Sewer and Garbage: 6443382

Sewer Department: 325-6020

Tri-County Electric Membership Corp.: 644-2221

Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation: 325-4172

North Central Telephone Cooperative: 644-6282

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hartered in 1981, the city operates under the city manager/commission form of government. In August 2011, Millersville residents won the Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award for Aquatic Resource for Sumner County for the significant cleanup of Slaters and Mansker creeks, where neighbors removed thousands of pounds of trash from the streams’ already-eroded waters. According to CityofMillers, it is not uncommon to see wild turkeys in the backyard of residences and deer by the creek.

MAYOR Tim Lassiter C: 812-9176


City manager Robert Mobley 205 Glenwood Way citymanager@ O: 859-0880 Ext. 105 H: 672-5081

Milton Dorris H: 672-3984 C: 406-4089

City recorder/clerk Holly Murphy (615) 859-0880 Ext. 103


Office manager Deborah Ashburn (615) 859-0880 Ext. 102

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OTHER CITY OFFICIALS Rob Wheeler, city attorney Law Firm of Robert G. Wheeler Jr. P.O. Box 211 Goodlettsville, TN 37070-0211 O: 834-0071 City judge John Lowe 405 A Two Mile Pkwy Goodlettsville, TN 37072 O: 859-9665

Court clerk Tess Stephens 859-0880 Tax clerk Shannon Dickson (615) 859-0880 Ext. 100 Utility clerk Amy Hutchison (615) 859-0880 Ext. 101 Storm water director Karen Smith (615) 859-0880 Ext. 113

MILLERSVILLE QUICK FACTS Founded: 1981 Population: 6,555 City Hall: 1246 Louisville Highway, 859-0880 Government: five-member city commission Property tax (per $100 of assessed value): 79.92 cents (Sumner); 82.48 cents (Robertson) ZIP code: 37072 Chief codes administrator Thomas King 859-0880, ext. 104 Police Department Ronnie Williams (615) 859-2758 Ext. 106 Public Works Department Frank Wilkerson (615) 859-0880 Ext. 114

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Schools administration

Director of Schools Del Phillips presents to teachers and administrators a snapshot of student achievement data, including annual standardized test results from the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program. FILE

The Sumner County School District consists of 45 schools and a variety of programs that serve about 28,000 students. The system’s central office is in the renovated former Gallatin Junior High School, at 695 E. Main St. in Gallatin. Questions about school system operations can be directed to central office personnel by calling 451-5200. Del Phillips, who is in his third year as director of schools, will serve in that position through at least 2015, based on his current contract with the Board of Education. The director manages various aspects of the district through assistant directors of schools and a community relations supervisor. Here’s the administration team: » Jennifer Brown, assistant director


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DIRECTOR OF SCHOOLS Director of Schools Del Phillips was unanimously chosen to lead Sumner Schools by the Board of Education in 2011. He has a four-year contract with the board that expires in June 2015. In 2013, the school system planned to focus on expanding academic opportunities at Sumner County’s seven high schools with focus academies set to launch in that school year. These programs were to be offered in addition to the already strong traditional programs. Phillips can be reached at 451-5200 or

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Board of Education

Mortarboard tassels hang on the right side as seniors in Gallatin High School’s Class of 2013 await their official graduation passage. FILE

The Sumner County Board of Education is made up of 11 members who make policy decisions for the school system. The director of schools handles the day-to-day operation of the district under a performance contract with the board. For meeting dates, agendas, or to watch streaming video of meetings, visit the district’s website, http:// The school system is the county’s largest employer, with about 4,500 employees.

Vanessa Silkwood, District 1 104 Hidden Lake Court, Hendersonville 264-6737 Tim Brewer, District 2 140 Riverwood Drive, Hendersonville 424-9711 Don Long, District 3 132 Wynbrooke Trace, Hendersonville 826-6173 Beth Cox, District 4 113 Windham Circle, Hendersonville 429-0056 Janet Arnold, District 5 228 Buffalo Run, Goodlettsville 859-6143

Nancy Glover, District 6 680 Bay Point Drive, Gallatin 452-8397 Andy Daniels, District 7 1845 Cairo Road, Gallatin 230-0687 Ted Wise, District 8 426 Clearview Road, Cottontown 323-8744 Will A. Duncan, District 9 205 Old Highway 31E, Bethpage 841-3712 Glen Gregory, District 10 403 Willow Lake Drive, Portland 325-9764

SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS The school board meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. at the central office, 695 E. Main St., Gallatin. The board usually conducts a study session the first Tuesday of the month in the same location at 6 p.m. Meetings are always open to the public.

David A. Brown, District 11 1229 N. First St., Westmoreland 644-4225

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School directory PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS Beech High School, Frank Cardwell, 3126 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville, 824-6200, R.T. Fischer Alternative School (K-12), Bob Gideon, 455 N. Boyers Ave., Gallatin, 4516558, Gallatin High School, Ron Becker, 700 Dan P. Herron Drive, Gallatin, 452-2621, Hendersonville High School, Joni Worsham, 123 Cherokee Road, Hendersonville, 824-6162, Merrol Hyde Magnet School (K-12), Brad Schreiner, 128 Township Drive, Hendersonville, 264-6543, Portland High School, David Woods, 600 College St., Portland, 325-9201, phs.sumner Station Camp High School, Art Crook, 1040 Bison Tr., Gallatin, 451-6551, sch.sumner Westmoreland High School, Rick Duffer, 4300 Hawkins Drive, Westmoreland, 6442280, White House High School, Jeff Cordell, 508 Tyree Springs Road, White House, 672-3761,

PUBLIC MIDDLE SCHOOLS Ellis, Darren Frank, 100 Indian Lake Road, Hendersonville, 264-6093, Knox Doss at Drakes Creek, Kenneth Powell, 1338 Drakes Creek Road, Hendersonville, 824-8383, Shafer, David Hallman, 240 Albert Gallatin Ave., Gallatin, 452-9100, sms.sumner Hawkins, Bob Cotter, 487 Walton Ferry Road, Hendersonville, 824-3456, hms.sumner Station Camp, Mike Brown, 281 Big Station Camp Blvd., Gallatin, 206-0116, scm.sumner Portland East, Jackson Howell, 604 S Broadway St., Portland, 325-4146, pms.sumner Portland West, Cam MacLean, 619 College St., Portland, 325-9201, pwm.sumner Rucker-Stewart, Andrew Turner, 350 Hancock St., Gallatin, 452-1734, rsm.sumner T.W. Hunter, Ahmed White, 2101 New Hope Road, Hendersonville, 822-4720, Westmoreland, Danny Robinson, 4128 Hawkins Drive, Westmoreland, 426-3003,


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White House (grades 5-8), Jerry Apple, 2020 Highway 31W, White House, 672-4379,

PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Jack Anderson, Ashley Aldridge, 250 Shutes Lane, Hendersonville, 264-5830, jae.sumner Beech, Bobby Elrod, 3120 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville, 824-2700, bes.sumner Benny Bills, Ken Henderson, 1030 Union School Road, Gallatin, 451-6577, bbe.sumner Bethpage, David Woodard, 420 Old Highway 31E, P.O. Box 68, Bethpage, 841-3212, Clyde Riggs, Terry Darnell, 211 Fountain Head Road, Portland, 325-2391, cre.sumner Gene Brown, Selena Elmore, 115 Gail Drive, Hendersonville, 824-8633, gbe.sumner Guild, Lance Taylor, 1018 S Water St., Gallatin, 452-5583, H.B. Williams, Jeff Witt, 115 S. Palmers Chapel Road, White House, 672-6432, Howard, Cindy Swafford, 805 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin, 452-3025, hes.sumner Indian Lake, Ondrea Mitchell, 505 Indian Lake Road, Hendersonville, 824-6810, J.W. Wiseman, Dale Wix, 922 S. Broadway, Portland, 325-8580, Lakeside Park, Vicki Shelton, 204 Dolphus Drive, Hendersonville, 824-5151, lpe.sumner Madison Creek, Jon Duncan, 1040 Madison Creek Road, Goodlettsville, 859-4991, Millersville, Mary Steward, 1248 Louisville Highway, Goodlettsville, 859-1439, mes.sum Nannie Berry, Kathleen Kimble, 138 Indian Lake Blvd., Hendersonville, 822-3123, nbe.sum North Sumner, Terry Herndon, 1485 N. Sumner Road, Bethpage, 888-2281, Oakmont, Bryant Brewer, 3323 Highway 76, Cottontown, 325-5313, Portland Gateview, Bryan Adams, 1098 Gateview Drive, Portland, 323-7638, pge.sum

Station Camp Elementary, Adam Cripps, 1020 Bison Trail, Gallatin, 230-0387, sce.sum Union, Danny Sullivan, 516 Carson St., Gallatin, 452-0737, Vena Stuart, Brenda Valentine, 780 Hart St., Gallatin, 452-1486, Walton Ferry, Bertie Alligood, 732 Walton Ferry Road, Hendersonville, 824-3217, Watt Hardison, Susie Turner, 300 Gibson St., Portland, 325-3233, George Whitten, Rhonda Roach, 140 Scotch St., Hendersonville, 824-3258, gwe.sumner Westmoreland, David Stafford, 3012 Thompson Lane, P.O. Box 9, Westmoreland, 644-2340,

AREA PRIVATE SCHOOLS Aaron Academy, Becky Longoria, 645 E. Main St., Hendersonville, 826-2595, aaron Davidson Academy, Bill Chaney, 1414 W. Old Hickory Blvd., Nashville, 860-5300, Goodpasture Christian School, Ricky Perry, 619 Due West Ave, Madison, 868-2600, good Hendersonville Christian Academy, William Slater, 355 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville, 824-1550, Christian Community Schools, Patrick Nix, 506 Hester Drive, White House, 672-6949, Highland Academy, Jere Clayburn, 234 Highland Circle Drive, Portland, 325-2036, Highland Elementary School, Matthew D. Pacer, 234 Highland Circle Drive, Portland, 325-3184, Pope John Paul II High School, Faustin Weber, 117 Caldwell Drive, Hendersonville, 822-2375, St. John Vianney Catholic Elementary School, Jennifer McCormick, 501 N. Water Ave., Gallatin, 230-7048, St. Joseph School, Sister Martha Ann Titus, O.P., 1225 Gallatin Road S., Madison, 8651491, Southside Christian School, James Bell, 1028 S. Water Ave., Gallatin, 452-5952, south Sumner Academy, Steve Jackson, 464 Nichols Lane, Gallatin, 452-1914, sumner

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Higher education opportunities

James Luckett receives his education specialist degree from Union University President David Dockery in July during the summer commencement service of the 188th graduating class. FILE

VOLUNTEER STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Address: 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin Phone: 452-8600 Website: President: Jerry Faulkner Volunteer State Community College offers more than 70 programs in five divisions: business, humanities, math and science, social science and education, and allied health. The twoyear college offers associate of arts and associate of science transfer degrees in more than 40 programs at its Gallatin campus.

More than 8,000 students attend the college in the average semester. There are various music, art and cultural programs open to the public throughout the school year. A groundbreaking for a new Allied Health building was held in July 2012, and the 28,000-squarefoot facility is expected to be completed in late 2013.

UNION UNIVERSITY Address: 205 Indian Lake Blvd., Hendersonville Phone: 447-0401 Website: Director: Charles Lea Union University opened its

satellite campus in Hendersonville in 2008. The university held an official dedication and ribboncutting ceremony in 2012 for a new 26,000-square-foot facility on Hendersonville’s Indian Lake Boulevard. The facility, situated on 6 acres owned by the Jackson, Tenn.,based university, is Sumner County’s first permanent university presence. The oldest institution affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, it is the second satellite campus for the university, joining Germantown, Tenn. Union University’s Hendersonville campus offers graduate degrees: master of Christian studies, associate of divinity,

master of arts in education, education specialist and doctor of education. The university offers a master of science in nursing, doctor of nursing practice and accelerated bachelor of science degree in nursing. The local campus also offers an adult degree-completion program for a bachelor of science in organizational leadership with five concentrations available: organizational management, church leadership, health management, project management and criminal justice. Union University is regionally accredited through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

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emergency preparedness

New emergency complex opens The new Sumner County Emergency Services Building, which houses some of the county's key first response agencies at one location, was officially opened May 20, 2013. The county's Emergency Management Agency, Emergency Medical Services and E911 office are now operating in the same facility at 255 Airport Road in Gallatin. The 60,000-square-foot property sits on more than nine acres and was previously used as the corporate office of Sumner Regional Health Systems before its 2010 bankruptcy and sale. The building is half office space and half warehouse space. Sumner Regional was a county-created entity that had been converted into a nonprofit organization before it was sold to the forprofit corporation LifePoint Hospitals three years ago. To buy the Airport Road land and structure, county leaders were able to negotiate a selling price of $3 mil-

The EMS building on Airport Road houses three agencies. FILE

lion with property owner Jim Hodges. “This is a perfect building and we bought this at a bargain,’’ County Executive Anthony Holt said. “This should meet the needs of the county for the next 30 years.’’ EMA Director Ken Weidner said the new building, complete with a conference room and a training room, was a much-needed step up for each of the county agencies and would likely improve operations. “The bay area is amazing.

Now, we can keep all of our equipment inside. Being in the same building with EMS and E911 are definite advantages,’’ Weidner said. “Our relationships have always been good, but this just gives us a leg up.’’ It’s also a welcome move for Keith Douglas, director of the county EMS department, which had been operating in a 65-year-old dilapidated building with numerous heating and air problems. “This is a relief for us, and it also helps with em-

ployee morale, efficiency and coordination,’’ he said. Buddy Shaeffer, director of Sumner County E911, looks forward to the centralized dispatch system. “All the calls will come into one place, and we won't have to worry about getting knocked out or have to go somewhere else,’’ he said. A $2 million Tennessee Disaster Recovery Grant received in 2012 will cover the cost for a 10,000-squarefoot facility to be located next to the new building. Engineering studies have already started, Holt said. Sumner was one of 18 Tennessee counties eligible for the grant after being declared a disaster area for both the 2008 tornadoes and the 2010 floods. Once complete, the hardened facility will house a centralized dispatch center and provide a secure location for both emergency equipment and those who operate it. “We can’t stop disasters, but we can be prepared,’’ Holt said.

Emergency Agencies SCEMA Sumner County Emergency Management Agency responds to and manages disasters in Sumner County. Through the guidance and leadership of Director Ken Weidner, the agency manages the emergency operations center when activated due to a disaster or emergency. The Emergency Operations Center is the heart of large-scale emergencies and is staffed with key personnel from involved communities. The personnel work together under the


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National Incident Management System in effort to manage the incident and provide for the safety of citizens by coordinated responses and thorough mitigation. SCEMA is often called upon by other agencies to assist in marine incidents, locating lost or endangered persons, hazardous materials incidents, traffic direction and special events.

FEMA The Federal Emergency Management Agency supports citizens

and first responders to ensure they work together to build, sustain and improve capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards. In 2003, FEMA became part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Contact FEMA at (800) 621FEMA.

TEMA Tennessee Emergency Management Agency coordinates emergency management responders

into the recovery to reduce loss of life and property in the state of Tennessee. TEMA operates by state law and by the governor’s executive authority to perform its duties during emergencies and disasters. TEMA provides multipliers of assistance by reaching out for mutual aid or assistance from other departments or agencies of the state, counties and municipalities, from other states and from the federal government. Contact TEMA at 741-0001.

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Cumberland Electric: 452-3703; 325-4172 Tri-County Electric: 644-2221; 666-2111; 374-2986


SEWER SERVICE Gallatin: 451-5922 Hendersonville: 824-3717 Goodlettsville: 859-2740 Portland: 325-6776



GALLATIN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 481-5574 Membership: $50 for bronze, $75 for silver and $125 for gold

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Protect your family in severe weather When it comes to severe weather, one of the most important things in being prepared is to know about a possible severe weather event before it happens. While the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) is on the lookout for severe weather events throughout the year, spokesman Dean Flener said the agency begins talking about severe weather preparedness in February. “You can’t wait until the flood is in your yard to get ready for it,” Flener said. The Federal Emergency Management Agency suggests that each household have a basic emergency supply kit in their home in case of severe weather. One important item to have in order to be ready for an emergency is a batterypowered National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio in case power goes out and you don’t have radio or television, Flener said. “When you think about being prepared, the most important thing is to be able to have access to information,” he said. In addition to having extra water and food supplies, Flener also suggests making sure you have enough medication to last three to five days as well as extra cash or traveler’s checks in case local ATMs are down. “One of the things we also advise families to do is sit down and talk with each other about what you need to do in case of severe weather,” he said. “Talk about where you would go in your house if something were to happen and you needed to take shelter.” Severe weather events


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Gallatin children play on a tree uprooted by a tornado that hit the Fairvue Plantation neighborhood. FILE

also can occur when a family is separated or not at home. Flener suggests having a designated family friend or someone out of town that everyone can check in with. It is good to agree on a location to meet in case you get separated during a disaster.

Additional measures For additional protection in case of a tornado or severe weather, a storm shelter or safe room provides additional security. Cindy Anderson, co-owner of Providence Safe Rooms, said she has seen heightened interest in safe rooms in the past two-and-ahalf years that the Old Hickory business has been open. The solid steel enclosure is mounted to concrete and can withstand an EF-5 tornado. While the safe room can be placed anywhere in a house under construction, existing homes typically have one put in the garage. “Many people are still not aware that there is another option outside of going into a hole in the floor or going out

into the weather to escape a weather event,’’ she said. “Therefore, you’re more likely to use it instead of waiting until the last minute.’’ The most commonly sold safe room is 4 feet by 6 feet, which can hold four to six people, and 4 feet by 8 feet, which can hold six to eight people. Anderson said the safe room is wheelchair and walker accessible. Homeowners also should inspect trees on their property. When tornadoes ripped through Sumner County on Jan. 30, Jeff Herder, owner of Herder Tree Service, said he got his first call at 3:30 a.m. and the phone rang all day. The best thing a homeowner can do with trees, Herder said, is to have them pruned instead of topped, which is not healthy for the tree. “A tree is not dangerous because of the height; it’s dangerous because it gets so full of foliage and everything that it can catch wind,” he said. While having a tree pruned does not prevent it

REGISTER YOUR STORM SHELTER Sumner County Severe Weather Shelter Registration Program is a free and voluntary program that allows residents who own a personal severe weather shelter in Sumner County to register their shelter with the Sumner County Emergency Management Agency. This information will only be provided to rescue personnel if your property is involved in a natural disaster or rescue operation. EMA personnel will visit your residence to obtain or verify GPS coordinates and other site verifications. To register your severe weather shelter, call 4527584 or register online at Source:

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Develop a family disaster plan Consult with your local emergency management office and learn about the hazards that might strike your area and how your community is prepared to respond to emergencies. Develop a family disaster plan that addresses the following: » Draw a floor map of your home with two escape routes from each room and post copies at several locations; define a meeting place outside. » Plan how family members will contact one another if separated: phones, radios, information cards. » Make sure you know how to properly shut off utilities such as natural gas, water and electricity. » Consider purchasing the appropriate (tornado/ flood/earthquake) insurance to reduce losses. » Make a record, take interior photo or a video of your belongings for insurance purposes. » Store important documentation in a safety deposit box outside home. » Consider saving money in a separate account for use during crisis. » Check with emergency services how to assist family members with special needs. » Make sure family members know how to administer first aid, CPR and use a fire extinguisher. » Prepare supplies, carriers and leashes to quickly evacuate pets. » Assemble disaster supply kit: prepare food, water, clothing and other supplies for at least three days. » Know where the closest shelter is and the safest way to reach it; avoid vehicles. » Get constant weather


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Sumner County nonprofits Alzheimer’s Association, Mid-South Chapter, Nashville, 292-4938, American Cancer Society, Relay for Life chapters of Hendersonville, Gallatin, Portland, White House and Westmoreland, proceeds benefit cancer research. 341-7302, American Red Cross, Nashville area chapter, 250-4300, Arthritis Foundation, Arthritis research. John T. Alexander American Legion Post 17, assistance and activities for veterans of all branches of armed services, 452-0590. Ashley’s Place, advocacy center for children of sexual abuse, 451-2169, Bass-N-Buddies, fishing and outdoor activities for children with physical, mental and social challenges. Director James Gill, 504-6182. Beyond the Limits, autism resource connection of Hendersonville. Books from Birth of Middle Tennessee, provides book to children from birth to age 5. 936-3554, Boy Scouts of America Middle Tennessee Council, 383-9724, Children Are People Inc., helping at-risk youth, Director Fred Bailey, 230-5702, Christmas 4 Kids Inc., provides Christmas gifts for underprivileged children, 615-3478659, Community Child Care Services, enrichment programs and day care services for low-income families of infants and preschool children, tuition based on sliding scale. Hendersonville, 824-5060. C.O.M.P.A.S.S. (Community Outreach Making Partnerships at Sumner Schools), partners local schools with business sponsors. 451-5200, ext. 1048, Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center, offers abortion education, counseling and alternatives, sexual health education, parenting classes, adoption referrals. 451-1717. Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary, rescue for abandoned or abused animals, Hendersonville. 664-2380. Fresh Start Resources, support and recovery groups, counseling, pre-marriage and marriage enrichment programs, family and relationship workshops. 822-6772, Friends of the Gallatin Public Library,


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fundraising for the Gallatin Public Library. Friends of Rock Castle, preservation of historic Rock Castle in Hendersonville. 8240502. Friends of Bledsoe Creek State Park, protection of and education about the park and its history. 347-3639 Gallatin Senior Citizens Center, 4511531, Gallatin C.A.R.E.S. (Christian Association for Relief of Economic Suffering), assistance with food, bills, rent, disaster relief, 452-5732, Gallatin Day Care Center Inc., government-subsidized childcare,452-2518. Gallatin Shalom Zone, Director P.J. Davis, 442-7575, Good Neighbor Mission and Crisis Center, emergency shelter for families with children, 452-7337. Habitat for Humanity of Sumner County, Susan Johnson, 452-9606, H.A.T.S. (Habilitation and Training Services), support and programs for adults with mental disabilities, 451-0974, H.A.T.S. (Habilitation and Training Services) Rainbow Intervention Program, provides services to children with physical, mental and emotional disabilities from birth to age 3. Hendersonville HomeBound Meals Program, Richard Dennis, site director. 8240811. Hendersonville Samaritan Association, Steve Brown, 824-7105, Hendersonville Senior Center, Director Jacqueline McEntire, 822-8758, HomeSafe Inc., domestic violence shelter; HomeSafe Inc.’s Student Training & Empowerment Program, Matt Sadler, 452-5439; Sumner County HomeSafe Director, Jan Leah Rowe; hotline, 452-4315, Hope Family Health Services (Hope Clinic), Health care, lab services and assistance with medication on a sliding pay scale, Westmoreland, 644-2000. Hope Food Bank, food distribution, White House, 672-8006. Hope Center and Thrift Store, proceeds from thrift store benefit Hope Center ministries and assistance, including financial benevolence, food distribution and utility expenses, White House, 672-0298, The Jason Foundation, teen suicide prevention, Clark Flatt, 264-2323.

Junior Service League of Gallatin, community service or financial contributions to local schools, mentoring programs, cultural outreach, C.A.S.A., Legal Aid Society, Ashley’s Place, Good Neighbor Mission. Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands, 451-1880, contact/gallatin. Literacy Council of Sumner County, offers learning resources for children and adults of all skill levels in areas of literacy, GED preparation, English as a Second Language and writing and grammar, 822-8112, Memorial Foundation, responds to diverse community needs by assisting agencies that focus on health, human and social services, education, senior citizens, youth and children, community services, and substance abuse programs, 822-9499, Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency, homemaker program, meals on wheels, ombudsman program, 331-6033, Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency, Gallatin, social services including nutrition, transportation, energy and utilities assistance, housing, low-income home improvement, Head Start for at-risk children, 452-7570. NAMI of Sumner County, support for those with mental illness and their families., Brenda StaceyScott, (800) 467-3589 ext 317. Portland C.A.R.E.S. (Christian Association for the Relief of Economic Suffering), emergency assistance, including food, utilities and clothing. Proceeds from the thrift store benefits services. 325-7805, Portland Senior Citizens, activities and information for senior citizens, 325-0922, Salvus Center, health care for the working uninsured, Gallatin, 451-0038; Hendersonville, 822-0804, Southern Sudanese Youth Connection, assists Sudanese refugees with assimilation into American society. 844-4144. Sumner County Adult Education Advisory Council, Sumner County Schools, offers adults literacy training, GED preparation, English as a Second Language, workplace and computer literacy. 451-5415,


Hendersonville remembers volunteer with roses ville, Inc., decided to honor Wilda Roach didn’t mind Roach’s memory with the getting her hands a little dedication of a rose garden dirty. And if it meant makat Friendship Island. The ing someone else’s day a island is connected little better, then it by a pedestrian was all the more bridge to Memorial worthwhile. Park in HendersonWhether she was ville. preparing meals for “The rose garden the Hendersonville was a project near Homebound Meals and dear to her Program or helping heart,’’ said Beautispruce up Friendful Hendersonville ship Island, Roach Wilda Roach Treasurer Lynda inspired others to do Evjen. By planting a rose the same. garden on an island, many And when she died sudresidents drive by nearly denly from cancer in June every day, Roach wanted to 2013, those who knew her both increase visibility for say the 84-year-old HenBeautiful Hendersonville dersonville resident left a void in the organizations she and give families a little beauty to enjoy, Evjen said. served. Beautiful Hendersonville One of those organizais a board of volunteers tions, Beautiful Henderson-

Members of Beautiful Hendersonville dedicated the rose garden on Friendship Island in Memorial Park in memory of Wilda Roach, who died in June. FILE

from each of the city's wards made up of members appointed by their aldermen. Roach served on the board for more than a decade, said City Recorder Kay Franklin. “She was instrumental in a lot of activities to beautify Hendersonville,’’ said former board president Fred See. “She was always willing to volunteer and she just had a funny, jovial spirit.’’ It wasn't just roses Roach

had a fondness for, said Kenny Gugenheim, the assistant site manager for Hendersonville Homebound Meals. Every Wednesday, Roach would show up like clockwork to prepare more than 100 meals for volunteers to deliver to the organization's clients. “She was very much loved by everybody,’’ Gugenheim said. “Everybody down here thought the world of her.’’

Benefit raises money for families of fallen officers Members of the Hendersonville Police Department presented a check for $3,311 to the group Concerned Police Survivors (COPS). Alicia Larkins is the treasurer of the Middle and East Tennessee division of the national group that provides resources for the families of police officers killed in the line of duty. Her husband, THP Trooper Todd Larkins, was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer driver on I-40 in 2005. The donation came from the proceeds of the Hendersonville Police Motorcycle Rodeo held in August at Drakes Creek Park.

HPD Lt. Larry Daniel, Sgt. Mike Germany, Alicia Larkins, Carina Larkins, Lt. Paul Harbsmeier and Dorisann McLean and Jim Folsom of the Hendersonville Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association. FILE

Officer Charles Cook with the Gallatin Police Department concentrates on a tight obstacle course move during the Hendersonville Police Motorcycle Rodeo at Drakes Creek Park North. FILE

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health & fitness

Sumner Regional expands services Sumner Regional Medical Center (SRMC) has been providing health care to Sumner County and the surrounding areas for more than 50 years. Since opening in 1959 as Sumner County Memorial Hospital, SRMC has grown from a facility with just 50 employees and seven physicians to a comprehensive health care leader in the community with more than 1,000 employees and more than 250 physicians. SRMC is part of a growing health system that includes hospitals in two other Middle Tennessee communities – Hartsville and Carthage. Since 2010, SRMC has served as the flagship hospital of HighPoint Health System, which is a part of LifePoint Hospitals. Today, SRMC operates as a 155-bed healthcare facility and provides quality care in numerous areas under the direction of HighPoint Health System CEO Susan Peach, including cancer treatment, cardiac care, same-day surgery, orthopaedics, home care, hospice services, pediatric care, behavioral health, women’s health and rehabilitation services. The facility celebrated the opening of a new patient tower on its campus in 2008, featuring 70 all-new private patient wellness rooms, new surgery suites, an all-new emergency department, new PACU, new labor and delivery suites and a new nursery. Sumner Regional Medical Center is home to a dedicated and experienced group of physicians making up the hospital’s diverse medical staff. SRMC’s medical staff is made up of physicians


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Sumner Regional Medical Center. FILE

with subspecialty training in more than 31 different areas of medicine, including cardiology, gastroenterology, medical and radiation oncology, neurology, orthopaedics, and vascular surgery, among others. The hospital strives to continually improve its services and programs to meet the changing needs of its area. In 2012, the hospital was voted “Best Place to Have a Baby” by the readers of Sumner Parent magazine and received accreditation from the American College of Radiology for its diagnostic imaging services at the main hospital campus. Imaging for Women at Sumner Station achieved Breast Center of Excellence status from the American College of Radiology and the Sumner Regional Medical Center Cancer Center earned reaccreditation sta-

tus from the American College of Surgeons in 2012. In 2011, the hospital became an Accredited Chest Pain Center, a designation awarded by the American Society of Chest Pain Centers. The hospital is also very involved in the Sumner County community, providing ongoing support to its COMPASS partner school, Vena Stuart Elementary, providing athletic trainers at seven area high schools and Volunteer State Community College through the hospital’s BodyGuard Sports Medicine program, and holding fundraisers and collecting food for the Sumner County Food Bank. In 2012, the hospital’s staff and physicians gave more than $15,000 in individual cash donations to various nonprofit agencies throughout Sumner County. SRMC is fully accredited

SUMNER REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 555 Hartsville Pike Gallatin Number of patient beds: 155 Facility administrator: Susan Peach, chief executive officer Telephone: 328-8888 Patient information: 3285518 SRMC is part of Highpoint Health System.

by The Joint Commission and is governed by a local board of directors. The hospital is also one of the largest non-government employers in Sumner County. For more information about SRMC or to find a physician, visit or call (615) 3288888.

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Faces of Sumner County Several Sumner County residents participate in the Pedal for Paws bike ride at the Gallatin Civic Center. FILE

Mark Woodard walks his 7-year-old dachshund, Sophie, through Triple Creek Park in Gallatin.FILE

Sumner teachers participate in a session of C’motion Fitness, a music-driven exercise-gaming experience hosted by Sumner County Coordinated School Health. The event highlighted resources geared toward PE, health and music teachers. SUBMITTED

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HMC doubles size of critical care unit People who knew TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center when it opened its doors in 1979 likely wouldn’t recognize it today, as the last 35 years have seen the facility expand and grow to offer the most comprehensive healthcare network in the region and enhancing services as new technologies become available. “We are certainly very proud of our accomplishments,” said Chief Executive Officer Regina Bartlett. “But we are more excitBartlett ed about where we are today and where we will be in the future.” The medical center has taken on several upgrades and additions to services over the last few years. In 2012, the hospital completed a $3 million expansion of its Critical Care Unit, doubling bed capacity from 10 to 20. Later that year, it opened TriStar Women’s Imaging Hendersonville, an off-site facility that caters to women by only offering mammograms and other modalities specific to women. “Doubling the size of our critical care unit has impacted this community in so many ways,” Bartlett said. “We’re able to alleviate the burden of a seriously ill loved one for even more families by offering more of this level of care close to home.” In 2013, the facility began construction on TriStar ER Portland, a satellite emergency room in the Portland community scheduled to open before the end of 2013. Also, during the summer


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Hospital Corporation of America plans to spend $32.2 million to build a fourth floor onto Hendersonville Medical Center, making room for a six-bed neonatal intensive care unit. FILE

TriStar Hendersonville received a Certificate of Need from the state to construct and operate a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Opening the unit will require additional construction at the facility with plans for more services and patient rooms. And along with the technical advances the hospital is making, TriStar Hendersonville continues to recruit high caliber physicians of many different medical specialties. “With our expansions and additions, we are equally fortunate to boast a staff of highly trained and qualified physicians,” Bartlett said. “The quality of life here in Hendersonville and Sumner County has allowed us to recruit many talented physicians from primary care to a wide range of specialties.” Along with a very strong base of primary care physicians, TriStar Henderson-

ville is home to numerous medical specialties, including allergy and immunology; cardiology; dermatology; gastroenterology; gynecology; neurology; obstetrics; orthopaedics; otolaryngology; pain management; pediatrics; podiatry; pulmonology; rheumatology; and urology. Surgical specialties also span a board range of needs, such as plastic and reconstructive; orthopaedic; gynecological; and vascular surgical procedures available alongside general surgery capabilities at the hospital. TriStar Hendersonville is home to the county’s first Accredited Chest Pain Center. This means the hospital has met or exceeded established criteria confirmed by on-site evaluations by the Society of Chest Pain Centers, and statistics show chances for survival increase 37 percent when a

TRISTAR HENDERSONVILLE MEDICAL CENTER 355 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville Ownership: HCA/TriStar Health System Number of patient beds: 148 Facility administrator: Regina Bartlett, chief executive officer Telephone: 338-1100

heart attack sufferer is treated at an accredited chest pain center. TriStar Hendersonville also received accreditation as a Certified Primary Stroke Center, proving its protocols for stroke sufferers lead to better survival rates.

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Portland Diagnostic offers convenience Portland Diagnostic Center, a department of TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center, offers the convenience and ease of an outpatient center backed by the safety and security of a full-service medical center. Board-certified radiologists along with licensed technologists and sonographers offer quality care through TriStar Hendersonville. Portland Diagnostic Center was designed with the user in mind by offering guaranteed appointment times and faster service with most results available in hours, not days. Patients can experience imaging services that use the latest technologies delivered by highly skilled, caring professionals. Several imaging services are offered at Portland Diagnostic Center, including X-rays, holter monitors, CT scans, MRI, ultrasound, and laboratory services. A physician order is required for all services. Later in 2013, an emergency room will be opened on the campus, leading to TriStar ER Portland.

PORTLAND DIAGNOSTIC CENTER 105 Redbud Drive, Portland Ownership: HCA/TriStar Health System Phone: 745-8000 WWW.JUPITERIMAGES.COM

Walk-in Clinics WellNow Urgent Care 491 N. Sage Road Suite 800, White House 672-4080 or 711 E. Main St. Suite 107, Hendersonville 264-4860

The Doctor’s Office 1430 Baddour Parkway Suite A, Lebanon 453-3645

Westmoreland Family Clinic 100B Mallard Sunrise Drive, Westmoreland 644-3000

Family Urgent Care LLC 293 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville 822-2232

Gallatin Urgent Care 728 Nashville Pike, Gallatin 452-6899

Take Care Clinic (at Walgreens) 198 E. Main St., Hendersonville 264-3583 or 585 Nashville Pike, Gallatin 451-4139 Minute Clinic (at CVS) 100 Glen Oak Blvd., Hendersonville 826-3572

The Little Clinic (at Kroger) 2011 Nashville Pike, Gallatin 575-1130 or 1010 Glenbrook Way, Hendersonville 590-1018 or 510 W. Hwy 76, White House 581-5089

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Salvus Center now offers dental services Although there is medical help for Sumner County residents who are uninsured, until now there has never been an affordable alternative for adult dental care. The Salvus Center, which provides low-cost medical services to uninsured working residents, recently opened its low-cost dental clinic one day a week in Gallatin. A partnership with several area dentists donating their time to the nonprofit has made this service possible. “We have started seeing patients on a limited basis, and this is exciting for us since we have been sending people to Nashville (for dental care),’’ said Shelley Ames, Salvus executive director. Ames said the patients now being seen at the dental clinic are those who have already been approved through the Salvus Center for medical care.


“They have to be working and have no insurance,’’ Ames said. While all ages can get services at the dental clinic, Ames said, the majority of patients so far have been adults. “We don’t see many children, because they have access to TennCare,’’ she

said. The agency is using space in the basement of the Sumner County Health Department's Gallatin location. The area formerly served as a dental clinic funded through the state, but when those funds stopped, so did the clinic. For now, the Salvus den-

tal clinic is just doing extractions, Ames said. “I hope we can get to the position to save the teeth, but at this point we are just meeting those immediate needs,’’ Ames said. “We are probably seeing 40 patients a month. Right now, we are only open on Friday mornings, and we hope to expand that.’’ Local dentists donating their time to the Salvus clinic are Bill Taylor, Jayson Tabor, Jim Bevans, Andrew Cox and Scott Fischer of Hendersonville, and Gallatin dentists Steve Mays, Fernanda Hensley, Thomas Herring, Phillip Smith, Eric Schuh, Robert Glass, Richard Horwat, Thomas Herren and Graham Locke. Several foundations have stepped forward to help fund the new dental clinic, including the Memorial Foundation, the HCA Foundation, and the Baptist Healing Trust.

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Assisted living centers, nursing homes Golden Living CenterBrandywood 555 E. Bledsoe St., Gallatin, 452-7132 Gallatin Health Care Center 438 N. Water Ave., Gallatin, 452-2322 Elmcroft of Hendersonville 1020 Carrington Place, Hendersonville, 264-2440 National Health Care Center 370 Old Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville, 824-0720 The Bridge at Highland 215 Highland Circle Drive, Portland, 325-9263 The Hearth at Hendersonville 419 E. Main St. Hendersonville, 348-1970 Westmoreland Care & Rehabilitation Center 1559 New Highway 52, Westmoreland, 644-5111

Nursing home resident Marie Smith receives Christmas gifts from Gallatin Police Department Lt. Billy Vahldiek at the Gallatin Health Care Center. FILE

Rehabilitation and therapy centers Sumner Regional Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit 555 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin 328-5083 21st Century Living Services 567A Airport Road, Gallatin 452-9766

Physiotherapy Associates 104 Glen Oak Blvd., Suite 120, Hendersonville 338-4391

Star Physical Therapy 100 Bluegrass Commons, Suite 120 Hendersonville 822-8804

Westmoreland Care & Rehabilitation Center 1559 New Highway 52, Westmoreland 644-5111

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Health department provides array of services Sumner County Health Department Services available: Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, breastfeeding promotion, children’s special services, dental services, epidemiology, family planning, food and general sanitation, health education and promotion, immunizations, men’s health, paternity acknowledgement, prenatal care and vital records.

LOCATIONS Gallatin 1005 Union School Road 206-1100 Hendersonville 351 New Shackle Island Road 824-0552 Portland 214 W. Longview Drive 325-5237

Hikers joined Hendersonville Vice Mayor Scott Sprouse, employees of the Sumner County Health Department and members of the Sumner County chapter of the Tennessee Trails Association on a two-mile hike through Drakes Creek Park. FILE

Fitness Centers Sumner County YMCA 102 Bluegrass Commons Blvd., Hendersonville 826-9622 Family Ministry Center First Baptist Church 106 Bluegrass Commons Blvd., Hendersonville 824-6154 Curves for Women 393 E. Main St., Hendersonville 264-9331 or 1186 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin 452-2973 or 129 Edenway Drive, White House 672-1277 or 440 Long Hollow Pike, Goodlettsville 855-0222 Personal Health & Fitness Inc. 235 E. Main St. Suite D, Hendersonville 822-1866 Snap Fitness 711 E. Main St., Hendersonville 826-5996


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Gallatin Civic Center swimmer John Alexander swims the freestyle leg during the boys 9-10-year-old 100-yard medley relay during a recent meet. File photo by Craig Harris/Sumner A.M. Anytime Fitness 206 N. Anderson Lane Suite 300, Hendersonville 822-3487 Xtreme Fitness Center 509 S. Broadway St., Portland 325-3333

Fit Stop 335 W. Main St. Suite 3, Gallatin 230-5444 Gallatin Civic Center 210 Albert Gallatin Ave., Gallatin 451-5911

Gold’s Gym 225 Indian Lake Blvd., Hendersonville 431-2433 CrossFit Hendersonville 557 E. Main St., Hendersonville 447-5779


Sumner County Chambers of Commerce GALLATIN AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Executive Director: Paige Brown Address: 118 W. Main St. City: Gallatin Phone: 452-4000 Website: Established in 1921, the Gallatin Area Chamber of Commerce promotes and advocate for member businesses by helping them relocate, work on marketing goals and more. The chamber also works to promote and support local businesses through campaigns like Shop Gallatin and Connect Gallatin, which provides free wireless access downtown and in city parks. It also works outside of the area with the United Chambers of Sumner County to present countywide events.

HENDERSONVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President: Brenda Payne Address: 100 Country Club Drive, Suite 104 City: Hendersonville Phone: 824-2818 Website: Sumner County’s largest chamber represents the interests of nearly 850 member businesses. In addition to helping advance member businesses, the chamber works in partnership with other Nashvillearea chambers, hundreds of member companies, volunteers and partners in an effort to sustain a dynamic business growth in Sumner’s largest city.

GOODLETTESVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Executive Director: Kimberly Lynn Address: 100 N. Main St, Suite D City: Goodlettsville Phone: 859-7979

The Westmoreland chamber works to advance the development and future living conditions of the area. The chamber hosts six major events each year, including the Independence Day celebration, Christmas parade, tour of homes and most recently the Owen Bradley Music Festival and Talent Search. The chamber also sponsors a candidates’ forum every two years for candidates in the local election and a scholarship each year for seniors at Westmoreland High School.


White House Alderman Dave Paltzik, far right, received the Community Service Award at the annual White House Chamber of Commerce banquet. He is pictured with State Rep. Courtney Rogers, White House Chamber Director Julie Bolton and Sumner County Executive Anthony Holt. FILE

Website: The membership-driven Goodlettsville Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1961. Its membership is more than 400 members and is comprised of major manufacturers, civic organizations, banking and financial services, educational institutions and individuals. The chamber gives all available resources and business expertise to their members to ensure the economic development and success of the area's business community.

PORTLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Executive Director: Sherri Ferguson Address: 106 Main St. City: Portland Phone: 325-9032 Website:

Chartered in 1962, the Portland Chamber works for the development of the community and the future living conditions of the area. Its basic goal is to assure progressive community development, to promote effective government at all events and to maintain a healthy business climate for an expanding economy. It also aims to give residents a voice in civic affairs and government through a united effort to improve the overall well being of the community.

WESTMORELAND AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE President: Ethel Lackey Address: 1104 New Hwy 52 East, Suite B City: Westmoreland Phone: 644-1531 Website:

Executive Director: Julie Bolton Address: 414 Highway 76, P.O. Box 521 City: White House Phone: 672-3937 Website: Established in 1984, there are now nearly 250 members in the White House Area Chamber, which was organized for the sole purpose of advancing the economic, civic and general interests of the community. The chamber works to promote the neighborly spirit of the area while highlighting the convenience of accessing the amenities of Nashville.

UNITED CHAMBERS OF SUMNER COUNTY Address: 118 W. Main St. City: Gallatin Phone: 452-4000 Website: The United Chambers of Sumner County is an organization, through which the six local Chambers of Commerce (Gallatin, Goodlettsville, Hendersonville, Portland, White House and Westmoreland) connect and communicate to support events and efforts that benefit Sumner County.

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Sumner County works on economic development Forward Sumner Economic Partnership President/CEO: Jimmy Johnston Phone: 822-7610 Website: Email: About: Forward Sumner Economic Partnership is a private, non-profit organization with the mission to unite business, community and government to promote and foster the economic development and prosperity of Sumner County. They can provide demographics, arrange visits and connect companies with local economic development

Gallatin Economic Development Agency Executive Director: James Fenton Phone: 451-5940 Website: Email: About:The City of Gallatin Economic Development Agency is the business recruitment, retention and expansion organization for Gallatin. Their Gallatin Expansion and Retention (GEAR) Program serves as a networking forum for the area’s largest employers. The EDA works in concert with private developers to match residential growth with more retail, front office, and various service industry opportunities. The EDA also works with the Gallatin Industrial Development Board to develop and market property.

Goodlettsville Economic and Community Development Director: Jeff McCormick Phone: 851-2204 Website: Email: About:Goodlettsville ECD continues to target destination retail and corporate office relocation. Goodlettsville has stepped up the marketing program in the last two years with expanded web


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Local business leaders and school officials discuss the direction of technology in Sumner County Schools at a town hall meeting hosted by COMPASS and the Hendersonville Young Professional Council at Volunteer State Community College. FILE

presence, including the Start Up Goodlettsville site, This is an online resource for starting a business venture is Tennessee Anytime. On this site, entrepreneurs can choose a company name, file a business charter, obtain a state tax ID number, and obtain an unemployment insurance number.

Hendersonville Economic and Community Development Director: Don Long Phone: 822-1000 Website: About:The economic and community development of Hendersonville is active in the recruitment and retention of retail, office and industrial clients. The Hendersonville Industrial Development Board is made up of

business leaders and representatives from all of the city’s voting districts and it operates independently from city government. The board of directors has the authority to issue bonds for the purchase of industrial, retail and office property.

Portland Economic & Community Development Director: Denise Geminden Phone: 325-6776 Website: Email: About: Portland supports new development while avidly encouraging revitalization of existing business and industry.

Westmoreland Economic and Industrial Development Board

Director: George Cater Phone: 644-3382 Website: About: In Westmoreland, the Economic and Industrial Development Board helps drive business to the city. The seven-member board, which operates as a leg of city government, was formed in the early 1990s but laid dormant until the city brought it back around in 2007. The board purchased the old Fleetwood building in 2009 for $350,000 and transformed it into the Westmoreland Expo Center to help spur growth.

White House Economic Development City Administrator: Gerald Herman Phone: 672-4350, ext. 2105 Website: government/economic-development Email:



Small business resources The Tennessee Small Business Development Center at Volunteer State Community College offers help to both existing and startup businesses. The center provides services through oneon-one consultations, which are free, confidential and specific to the business owner’s needs. Director Charles Alexander can also help connect businesses with resource

partners like the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Revenue, local chambers of commerce, and other local, state and federal government agencies. The center also offers workshops, training and seminars throughout the year on topics like search engine optimization, tax planning, marketing, startup assistance, business plan development, financing and

government contracting. Counseling is provided in surrounding communities during the third full week of each month. Visit the website for a schedule of workshops. The TSBDC is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, Tennessee Middle Tennessee State University and regional support partners.

TENNESSEE SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER Director: Charles Alexander, director Location: Volunteer State Community College, Betty Gibson Hall Address: 1480 Nashville Pike City: Gallatin Phone: 230-4780 Website:

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Q&A Brenda Payne is the president of the Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce

How has the county grown in the last year? Sumner County has seen significant growth in areas of new business startups, jobs, sales tax revenue, population and home values while county and most city taxes have remained level or seen small increases. Over 900 new jobs have been created in 2012, sales tax revenue is up over 9 percent county wide and our population continues on an upward trend with a 3.4 percent increase since the last census. What sectors of business have seen the most

growth? Manufacturing, distribution, call centers and business services have seen the most growth. Sumner County has Payne created a dynamic environment for business to thrive with low taxes, great schools, affordable housing and diverse recreational amenities. An improved economy coupled with education and workforce preparedness efforts allows both new business and existing firms to expand operations using the available workforce.

What should be the top three priorities for Sumner County in 2014? Sumner County has significant developments in manufacturing and retail but much more emphasis should be placed on the development of Class A office space providing opportunities for high wage jobs to sustain our tax base, schools and services. Continued emphasis on workforce preparedness to assure that the needs of our existing and future businesses will be met is a significant priority. We must prioritize the improvement of transportation corridors and develop plans for multiple transit options to meet the needs of our citizens.

What geographic regions of the county are ripe for growth in 2014? All areas of Sumner County have incredible potential for growth in 2014 and beyond. Our central location for transportation, recreational facilities, historic preservation and tourism sites create unique options for every city. What Sumner County needs is... To continue to promote its superb lifestyle, warm and generous people, moderate cost of living, access to outstanding schools, healthcare, arts and culture. Sumner County is the best of all worlds grounded with family values and an eye to the future.

Business growth flourishes in Sumner County By Paige Brown Gallatin Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director

With an increase in population in the last decade of more than 23 percent, growth in Sumner County is not limited to residents. Currently, home to more than 168,000 people, Sumner County has about 15,000 business entities, according to the U.S. Census. Ranging from large manufacturing, industry and distribution to small independent businesses, economic indicators show that the business sector in Sumner County is in a stable recovery state. Decreased unemployment, healthy increases in sales tax revenue, and increases in real estate transactions and new home construction all illustrate that Sumner County is thriving. Sumner County attracts business based on many


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attributes. Its scenic beauty, natural amenities and many affordable living options make it a choice location for relocation. Its diverse offerings suit the needs of a wide scope of business. Whether it’s proximity to Brown Nashville or access to interstates, the Cumberland River, rail or airport, it is available in Sumner County. Volunteer State Community College provides specialized training for business while both Volunteer State and Union University offer higher education opportunities for individuals. The completion of Highway 109, ultimately linking I-40 and I-65 and running through Lebanon, Gallatin and Portland is expected to

bring many new opportunities. While the economy of recent years has challenged business, Sumner County has retained its major employers. Many, including ABC, Kyowa, North American Stamping, RC Tenn, Servpro Industries, Unipress, Weir Minerals, Windham Professionals and others have undergone sizable expansions and increased employment. Government, healthcare and manufacturing and distribution remain the sectors that employ the greatest concentration of workers. The retail sector has experienced tremendous growth in several areas of Sumner County, as evidenced by steadily increasing sales tax revenue (6 percent over 2012 in recent months). Many chain retailers and restaurants have expanded into Sumner Coun-

ty, with concentration in Hendersonville and Gallatin. Independently owned businesses have increased throughout all areas of Sumner County. The eighth largest county in Tennessee and consistently among the fastest growing (currently at 1.4 percent), Sumner County is expected to continue to thrive. Focus on attracting quality jobs remains a top priority.Area Chambers of Commerce, municipal economic development professionals, and the countywide Forward Sumner Economic Partnership are all actively recruiting, while striving to help retain and grow existing business. Residents and business owners can be confident that their county is among the best destinations in Middle Tennessee, committed to remain one of state’s top choices for business.

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The State Route 109 bridge should be finished in 2014. FILE

When the current State Route 109 Bridge was built over the Cumberland River in the 1950s, Walter T. Durham hoped that it would be named after his grandfather, Sen. J.T. Durham, who attempted to have the bridge built some two decades before. Around 1929, Sen. Durham passed a bill to fund the construction of the bridge, which would later be referred to as “the only bridge in the state that was paid for twice,’’ by


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his grandson and Tennessee’s former state historian Walter T. Durham. “The bonds were sold, the state raised the money and put it in the Bank of Tennessee,’’ Durham said in March. “It was not the state’s bank and within two or three days after the deposit was made the bank went under and the state lost 99 percent of the money. There was not enough money left to do anything.’’ Then, in the 1950s the state legislature again approved

funding for the bridge, but it was never named in honor of the senator who first championed its construction. However in March of 2013, State Sen. Ferrell Haile, RGallatin, introduced legislation that would name the new crossing “Walter T. Durham Bridge.’’ “I’m very flattered by that; that’s quite an honor,’’ Durham said when told of the naming. The Gallatin City Council also unanimously passed a

resolution endorsing the proposed naming of the bridge. Durham, a longtime Gallatin resident, died May 24, 2013 at the age of 88. He served as the state’s historian from 2002 until his death. “We thought he was very deserving with all he’s done for Sumner County and that his father was involved in getting this bridge,’’ Haile said. The bridge is scheduled to be completed by early 2014.


Getting around Sumner and beyond Emissions sites and bus schedules Sumner County passenger vehicles and light-duty trucks 1975 or newer are required to be tested for emissions before they can be renewed or a new plate purchased. Vehicles are also checked for tampering to make sure those cars and trucks that should have a catalytic converter still have the equipment. Only those vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) greater than 10,500 pounds are exempt from the emissions test requirement. Diesel-powered vehicles are no longer exempt. To have vehicles tested, owners may take their license renewal notice or proof of vehicle ownership, such as their title, to the testing site. The Gallatin location is the only permanent emissions station in the county, but several mobile emissions testing centers are also available.

Emissions Test Sites Gallatin – 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday and Tuesday; and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. 951 Grassland Place across from Volunteer State Community College. Holiday hours vary. Portland – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; and 1-4 p.m. Thursday (three consecutive days a month) next to the Streets Department on Stevison Ham Road off Highway 109N. For a complete schedule, call City Hall at 325-6776. Westmoreland – 8-11 a.m. one Thursday a month at 5300 Austin Peay Hwy. in the rear of the Public Works Building. For a complete schedule, call City Hall at 644-3382. Tags can also be renewed in city hall at the same day and time. White House – 9 a.m. to noon one Monday a month at 427 Industrial Drive behind the Public Works Building. For a complete schedule, visit

Commuter bus schedules The Regional Transportation Authority runs two 87X Gallatin Express buses from Gallatin to Nashville and two 92X Express bus routes from Hendersonville to Nashville in the mornings each day and three in the afternoons. 87X buses run from the Gallatin Farmer’s Market begin at 5:46 a.m. and 6:26 a.m. and arrive at 21st and Children’s Way in Nashville at 6:50 a.m. and 7:35 a.m. 92X buses run from the Drakes Creek Park and Ride on Indian Lake Boulevard in Hendersonville beginning at 5:56 a.m. and 6:33 a.m. and arriving at 21st and Children’s Way in Nashville at 6:54 a.m. and 7:40 a.m. From Nashville, the 87X starts at 21st and West End at 3:22 p.m., 3:47 p.m. and 4:37 p.m. and arrive at the Gallatin Farmer’s Market at 4:33 p.m., 5:01 p.m. and 6:01 p.m. The Hendersonville Express bus starts at 21st and

West End in Nashville at 3:21 p.m., 3:47 p.m. and 4:38 p.m. and arrives at Drakes Creek Park and Ride at 4:35 p.m., 5:04 p.m. and 6:01 p.m. Parking lots are available in Gallatin at the Walmart parking lot, Belvedere Boulevard and Nashville Pike, and in Hendersonville at the Kohl’s lot in the Glenbrook Shopping Center. All parking is in RTA-designated spaces at these locations. Please park carefully as not to obstruct traffic, and consider patronizing stores at these locations as an expression of thanks. Remember, these spots are designated for your convenience, and you park at your own risk. For a complete list of stops for both express buses, go to and select Regional Bus Service. RTA routes may change every six months. Routes do not operate on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays.

Renew license closer to home Hendersonville residents now have the option of renewing or ordering a duplicate driver’s license closer to home. Placed in an unused closet at city hall, a new self-service kiosk installed by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security lets users renew and/or order duplicate driver licenses, as well as identification cards. According to safety department spokesperson Dalya Qualls, the kiosks were pi-

loted in three locations last summer: Knox, Shelby, and Williamson counties. The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security will have installed 40 selfservice kiosks throughout the state by mid-January at a cost of about $45,000 per kiosk. After completing the process at the kiosks, a temporary driver’s license is printed with a photo in the form of a receipt. The receipt is valid for two weeks until

the actual license is delivered in the mail, Qualls said. “By utilizing these kiosks, it will help reduce wait times at the driver service centers across the state,’’ she added. As it stands now, the nearest driver service center for Hendersonville residents is about a 20-minute drive away in Gallatin. Qualls encourages applicants to bring their existing driver's license so their information can be obtained from the barcode on the back of the

driver license. However, if an existing driver's license is not available, the applicant can manually access information using his or her birth date and social security number. Qualls said material is provided at each location to answer basic questions of how to use the kiosks. There is also a video that assists customers through the process.

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Sumner County churches BAPTIST » Antioch Baptist Church, 135 Cook Road, Portland, 325-4359. » Baptist Mission, 229 W. Winchester St., Gallatin. »Believers Baptist Fellowship, 223 Campus Drive, Hendersonville, 512-1225, website: » Berean Baptist Church, 837 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, 438-2934, website: » Berean Independent Baptist, 268 Marlin Road, White House, 672-8324. » Bethlehem Missionary Baptist, 879 Long Hollow Pike, Goodlettsville, 859-3925. » Bible Baptist Church of Hendersonville, 260 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville, 824-0042. » Bluegrass Baptist Church, 235 Indian Lake Road, Hendersonville, 824-0001. » Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist, Woodsferry Road, Gallatin. » Center Point General Baptist, 1002 Center Point Road, Hendersonville, 822-4450, website: » Central Baptist, 186 Sanders Ferry Road, Hendersonville, 824-1904. » College Heights Baptist, 2100 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, 452-4952, website: » Concord Missionary Baptist, 604 Tyree Springs Road, White House, 672-5220. » Cornerstone General Baptist, 1415 E Broadway, Gallatin, 452-3173. » Corum Hill Baptist, 1175 Corum Hill Road, Castalian Springs. » Cottontown Baptist Church, 2231 Highway 25, Cottontown, 452-9225. » Durham’s Chapel Baptist Church, 5055 Old Highway 31E, Bethpage, 841-3389. » East Side Missionary Baptist, 165 N. Trigg, Gallatin. » Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church, Portland. » Faith General Baptist, 703 S. Broadway, Portland. » Faith Promise Baptist Church, 809 N. Broadway, Portland, 417-9795. » First Baptist, 290 E. Winchester St., Gallatin, 452-8189. » First Baptist, 106 N. Broadway, Portland, 325-2373, website: » First Baptist, 12087 New Hwy 52, Westmoreland, 644-2158. » First Baptist Church, Gallatin, 205 E. Main St., Gallatin, 452-5715. » First Baptist Church, 613 S. Main St.,

Goodlettsville, 859-1346, website: » First Baptist Church, 2800 Hwy 31 & McCurdy Road, White House, 672-3266, website: » First Baptist of Goodlettsville, 211 Café Road, Goodlettsville, 859-9670. » First Baptist Church of Hendersonville, 106 Bluegrass Commons Blvd., 824-6154, website: » Fountain Head Baptist, 120 Newland Lane, Portland. » Franklin Chapel Baptist Church, 801 Odoms Bend Road, Gallatin, 230-8399. » Freedom Church, 1010 Freedom Church Road, Gallatin, 451-6299, website: » Friendship Baptist, 245 Flat Ridge Road, Millersville, 672-8752. » Gloryland Baptist, 430 Forest Retreat Road, Hendersonville, 822-1944 » Glory Way Missionary Baptist, 151 W. Smith St., Gallatin. » Good Shepherd Baptist, 360 Sumner Hall, Gallatin. » Good Shepherd Independent Missionary Baptist Church, 1163 Campbell Road, Goodlettsville, 859-0763. » Grace Baptist Church, 410 Old Hwy 31E No. 3, Bethpage, 841-3020. » Grace Missionary Baptist, 323 Old Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville. » Grace Old Time Baptist, Vol State Rochelle Center Library, Gallatin. » Halltown General Baptist, 120 Dink Rut Road, Portland, 325-3768. » Harvest Hills Baptist, 565 S. Water St., Gallatin, 451-2767, website: » Harvest Missionary Baptist, 192 Curtis Cross Road, Hendersonville, » Hendersonville Free Will Baptist, 179 New Shackle Island Road, 824-3760. » Hendersonville Missionary Baptist, 221 Rockland Road, 824-8114. » Hispanic Baptist Church of Hendersonville, 251 Rockland Road, 826-9811. » Holiday Heights Baptist Church, 145 River Road, Hendersonville, 824-5102. » Hollis Chapel General Baptist, 1344 Brandy Hollow Road, Portland, 325-4294. » Indian Hills Baptist, 901 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin, 452-6897, website: » Liberty Baptist Church, 1047 S. Water Ave., Gallatin, 230-7703, website:

» Liberty Free Will Baptist, 891 College St., Portland, website: » Long Hollow Baptist, 3031 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville, 824-4006, website: » Long View Missionary Baptist, 798 Spencer Ave., Gallatin, 452-8638. » Macedonia Baptist Church, 457 Macedonia Road, Gallatin, 451-2735. » Madison Creek Baptist, 782 Long Hollow Pike, Goodlettsville, 859-0414. » Martin’s Chapel General Baptist, 112 Old Martin’s Chapel Road, Portland, 325-4335, website: » Millersville First Baptist Church, 1140 Hwy. 31W., 859-7784. » Mitchellville General Baptist, 603 Hwy. 259, 325-5865. » Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 239 N. Boyers Ave., Gallatin. » Mt. Moriah Fellowship of Faith, 113 Overlook Drive, Hendersonville. » Mt. Moriah General Baptist Church, Mt. Moriah Road, Portland. » Mt. Olivet Missionary Baptist Church, 1510 Mt. Olivet Road, Hendersonville, 824-2394. » Mt. Pleasant General Baptist, 1101 New Deal Potts Road, Cottontown, 325-3861. » Mt. Zion Baptist, 190 Mt. Zion Lane, Gallatin, 452-4242. » New Beginnings Baptist Church, 2948 Union Road, White House, 672-1121, website: » New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 1080 Old Dickerson Pike, Goodlettsville, 859-4553. » New Hope Baptist, 2905 New Hope Road, Hendersonville, 672-5708. » New Hope Church, 1599 New Hwy 52 W., Westmoreland, 644-3420. » New Testament Baptist Church, 2320 Baker Station Road, Goodlettsville, 851-0970, website: » Oak Street Baptist, 300 Oak St., Portland, 325-4087. » Omega Harvest Baptist Church, 239 N. Boyers Ave., Gallatin. » Page Heights Baptist, 363 Caldwell Drive, Hendersonville, 859-4508. » Parkers Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, 240 Airport Road, Portland, 325-7273. » Parkway Baptist Church, 505 Cunniff Parkway, Goodlettsville, 865-2325. » Peach Valley Baptist, 508 Peach Valley Road, Gallatin, 452-3941. » Pipers Chapel Missionary Baptist, Fowler Ford Road, Portland.



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Sumner County churches » CHURCHES FROM 67 » Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist, off Dobbins Pike, Portland. » Pleasant Valley Baptist, 3403 Hwy 25, Cottontown. » Portland General Baptist, 107 W. Market St., 325-4833. » Providence General Baptist, 1100 Keen Hollow Road, Westmoreland, 888-2877. » Rivergate Baptist, 611 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville. » Rock Bridge Missionary Baptist, Bethpage. » Rockland Missionary Baptist, 103 Rockland Heights, Hendersonville, 824-5540. » Rome Missionary Baptist Church, 1277 Avondale Road, Hendersonville, 264-0247. » Salem Missionary Baptist, Old Hwy 109 N., Gallatin. » Siloam Missionary Baptist Church, Old Highway 52, Westmoreland. » Southside Baptist, 1028 Southwater Ave., Gallatin, 452-5951, website: » Spring Hill Baptist Church, 6137 Dividing Ridge Road, Goodlettsville. » St. Bellview Missionary Baptist Church, 2400 Baker Station Road, Goodlettsville, 851-0268. » St. James Baptist Church, 1599 E. Broadway, Gallatin, 451-9991. » St. John Baptist Church, 1085 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville, 824-0715. » Starks Knob Missionary, 139 Starks Knob Road, Hendersonville, 822-9548. » State Line General Baptist Church, Portland. » Station Camp Baptist, 100 Vantrease Road, Cottontown. » Strong Tower Ministries, 1853 Hwy 52, 888-3705. » Sulphur Fork Missionary Baptist, 455 Fairfield Road, Bethpage, 888-3089. » Temple Missionary Baptist, Liberty Street, Portland. » The Servant Church, 325 W. Maple, Gallatin, 452-4764, » Trinity Baptist, 840 Forest Retreat Road, Hendersonville, 826-0874. » Trinity Free Will Baptist, 1207 Lowes Lane, Goodlettsville, 859-3412. » Union Chapel General Baptist, 1000 Dobbins Pike, Gallatin. » Union Chapel General Baptist, 1125 College St., Portland. 325-2282, website: » Union Hill Baptist Church, 1301 Union


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Hill Road, Goodlettsville, 859-2639. » Union Hill Missionary Baptist, 141 Dobbins Pike, Gallatin, 451-9808. » Unity Baptist Church, 354 E. Main St., Gallatin. » Victory Missionary Baptist, 457 E. Main St., Hendersonville, 824-8420. » West End Missionary Baptist, 440 West Main St., Gallatin. » Westmoreland General Baptist Church, 4055 Fleet Drive, Westmoreland. » White House General Baptist, 4012 Old Hwy 31, White House, 672-3530. » White House Temple Baptist, 117 Marlin Road, White House, 672-5339. » Zion Faith Missionary Baptist, 155 Witherspoon St., Gallatin.

CATHOLIC » Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church, 1729 Stop 30 Road, Hendersonville, 824-3276, website: » St. John Vianney Catholic Church of Gallatin, 449 N. Water Ave., Gallatin, 4522977, website:

CHURCH OF CHRIST » Birdwell’s Chapel Church of Christ, 3170 Highway 25, Cottontown, 325-4640. » Buck Lodge Church of Christ, Buck Lodge Road, Portland. » Bush’s Chapel Church of Christ, 601 S. Tunnel Road, Gallatin. » Clearview Church of Christ, 470 Clearview Road, Cottontown, 325-7762. » Corinth Church of Christ, 1220 Butler Bridge Road, Portland, 325-3414. » Community Church of Christ, 1627 Highway 109, Gallatin. » Creekview Church of Christ, 930 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin, 452-8212, website: » Fountain Head Church of Christ, 290 Fountain Head Road, Portland, 325-4811, website: » Gallatin Church of Christ, 150 E. Main St., Gallatin, 452-0271, website: » Goodlettsville Church of Christ, 411 S. Main St., Goodlettsville, 859-5381, website: » Hartsville Pike Church of Christ, 744 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, 452-2530, website: » Hendersonville Church of Christ, 107 Rockland Road, Hendersonville, 824-6622, Website:

» Hillcrest Church of Christ, 2405 Dobbins Pike, Portland, website: » Ivy Point Church of Christ, 2705 Greer Road, Goodlettsville, 859-4781, website: » Lakeview Church of Christ, 132 New Shackle Island Road, 824-1376, website: » Millersville Church Of Christ, 1158 Louisville Highway, Millersville, 859-1841, website: » Mitchellville Church of Christ, South Church Street, Mitchellville. » Nashville Road Church of Christ, 1883 Nashville Pike, Gallatin, 452-3431, website: » New Hope Road Church of Christ, 2600 New Hope Road, Hendersonville, 822-5616. » Northfield Church of Christ (satellite campus of Madison Church of Christ), 1338 Drakes Creek Road, at Drakes Creek Middle School, Hendersonville, 860-3211, website: » North Sumner Church of Christ, 611 Highway 52 E., Portland, 644-3130, website: » Old Union Church of Christ, 2505 Highway 25, Castalian Springs, 451-3002, website: » Palmer’s Chapel Church of Christ, 267 Ragland Road, Cottontown. » Portland Church of Christ, 200 North Russell, Portland, 325-2889, website: » Rock Bridge Church of Christ, 1515 Rock Bridge Road, Bethpage, 428-6644, website: » Shackle Island Church of Christ, 3578 Long Hollow Pike, Goodlettsville, 824-2569. » Union Hill Church of Christ, 1000 Dobbins Pike, Portland. » Waycross Church of Christ, 111 Flat Ridge Road, Goodlettsville. » West Eastland Church of Christ, 342 W. Eastland Ave., Gallatin, 452-1429, website:

CHURCH OF GOD » Harvest Chapel Church of God, Meets at Oak Grove Presbyterian Church, 2715 Oak Grove Church Road, Bethpage. » Hendersonville Church of God, 724 East Main St., Hendersonville, 824-6855. » Original Church of God, 660 W. Pace St., Gallatin.


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Sumner County churches » CHURCHES FROM 68 » Original Jehovah Church of God, 661 Pace St., Gallatin. » The Church of God, 790 Green Wave Drive, Gallatin. » The Church of God, 135 Thurman Kepley Road, Portland. » West Eastland Church of God, 469 W Eastland Ave., Gallatin.

CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY » Church of God of Prophecy, 604 S. Water, Ave. Gallatin, 452-6558. » Lakeside Church of God of Prophecy, 5576 New Highway 31E, Westmoreland, 6443373, website: » The Church of God of Prophecy, 820 College St., Portland. » Robert’s Tabernacle Church of God Of Prophecy, 1801 Fairfield Road, Westmoreland, 644-3824.

CHRISTIAN » Faith Christian Center, 181 W. Smith St., Gallatin, 451-1110. » Malachi Center, 825 S. Water Ave., Gallatin, 451-0509. » Christ Christian Center Apostolic Church, 136 E. Prince St., Gallatin, 230-9200. » Grace Christian Church, 177 Bonita Parkway, Hendersonville, 824-3721. » Oasis Church, 52 Alton Hill Road, Lafayette, 666-7351. » Paths to Dwell in Ministries, 537 Blythe Ave., Gallatin, 452-4958.

EPISCOPAL » Church of Our Saviour, 704 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, 452-7146, website: » St. Joseph of Arimathea Episcopal, 103 Country Club Drive, Hendersonville, 824-2910, website:

JEHOVAH’S WITNESS » Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness, 1620 Airport Road, Gallatin, 230-8904.

LUTHERAN » Trinity Lutheran Church, 720 Lock 4 Road, Gallatin, 452-3352, website: » Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 3324 US 31W, White House, 672-3300, website: prin- » St. Timothy Lutheran Church, 650 East Main St., Hendersonville, 824-6244, website:

METHODIST » Bethpage United Methodist Church, 3140 Highway. 31E, Bethpage, 841-3761, website: » Castalian Springs Methodist, Old Highway 25, Castalian Springs. » Douglass Chapel United Methodist, 2141 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin. » Fairfield United Methodist Church, 909 Fairfield Road, Westmoreland, 888-9939. » First United Methodist, 149 W. Main St., Gallatin, 452-1922, website: » White House First United Methodist Church, 3403 Highway 31W, White House, 6727400, website: » First United Methodist Church, 217 East Main St., Hendersonville, 824-8725, website: » Forest Chapel Free Methodist Church, 150 Forrest Chapel Road, Westmoreland, 6442023. » Gallatin Free Methodist, 568 N. Water Ave., Gallatin, 452-3891. » Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 525 New Shackle Island Road, Hendersonville, 822-4531, website: » Goodlettsville Southern Methodist Church, 300 Draper Circle, Goodlettsville, 8591785. » Key Stewart United Methodist, 166 Dorothy Jordan Ave., Gallatin, 451-1705. » Lambuth Memorial United Methodist, 1042 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, 452-3715, website: » Liberty United Methodist, 1175 Liberty Lane, Gallatin. » McKendree Memorial United Methodist Church, 208 Wheeler St., Portland, 3254444, website: » Mt. Olive United Methodist Church, 1301 Mt. Olive Road, Westmoreland. » Rehoboth United Methodist Church, 2601 Cages Bend Road, Gallatin, 822-3966, website: » Saundersville United Methodist Church, 710 E. Main St., Hendersonville, 8227750. » Walkers United Methodist Church, 245 Lickton Pike, Goodlettsville, 859-7644, website: » Walnut Grove United Methodist, 4101 Highway 76, White House, 672-3286.

» Westmoreland United Methodist Church, 1101 Park St., Westmoreland, 6442440.

NAZARENE » Gallatin First Church of the Nazarene, 407 N. Water Ave., Gallatin, 452-2101, website: » Goodlettsville Church of the Nazarene, 400 Loretta Drive, Goodlettsville, 8592555, website: » Hendersonville Church of the Nazarene, 159 Luna Lane, Hendersonville, 824-4411, website: » Faith Community Church of the Nazarene, 159 Luna Lane, Hendersonville, 824-4411, website: » Highland Nazarene Church, 610 Highland Road, Westmoreland, 888-2700. » Living Springs Church of the Nazarene, 281 Big Station Camp Blvd., 461-6001, website: » New Life Church of the Nazarene, 302 Wilkinson Lane, White House, 672-4965. » Portland Church of the Nazarene, 409 S. Russell St., Portland, 325-4805,

NONDENOMINATIONAL » Agape Community Church, 3140 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville. » Amazing Grace Ministries, 1024 Pleasant Grove Road, Westmoreland. » Byram’s Chapel Church, 8878 Byrums Chapel Road, Portland, 654-3984, website: » Calvary Chapel at Rivergate, 1001Willis Branch Road, Goodlettsville, 851-3088, website: » Celebration of Life, 768 Forest Retreat Road, Hendersonville, 826-7575, » Christ’s Community Church, 426 N. Broadway, Portland. » Christ Church North, 2732 Highway 31W, White House, 672-2202, » Christian Faith Church, 203 Richland Ave., Portland, 325-1885. » The Church at Grace Park, 506 Hester Drive, White House, 672-3752, website: » Community Church of Hendersonville, 381 W. Main St., Hendersonville, 8260042, website:



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Sumner County churches » CHURCES FROM 69 » Emmanuel Believers Outreach Center, 4008 Old Highway 52E, Westmoreland, 644-5151. » Faith House of Prayer, 112 Main St., Portland. » The Father’s House, 1627 Highway 109 N., Gallatin. » The Fireplace Fellowship, 639 S. Water Ave., Gallatin, 230-8378, website: » Flames of Fire Institutional International, Gallatin. » Free Indeed Fellowship Church, 825 S. Water St., Gallatin, 452-9982, website: » Gallatin Chapel, 119 Morningside Drive, Gallatin. » Gateway Christian Center, 120 East Ave., Goodlettsville, 851-3525. » Grace Tabernacle Christian Center, 809 North Broadway, Portland. » Higher Ground Church, 2717 Highway 31W, White House, website: » Highland Chapel Union Church, 1122 Highland Ave., Goodlettsville, 859-0546, website: » Hosanna Church, 2621 Highway 76, Portland, 325-6404. » Jesus Reigns Fellowship, 396 Pee Dee Branch Road, Cottontown. » Jubilee Worship Center, 5254 Highway 31E, Westmoreland, 644-3396. » Lakeside Church, 5576 New Highway 31E, Westmoreland, 644-3373, website: » Liberty Worship Center, Kerley Center, 203 North Broadway, Portland. » Living Word Church, 400 Two Mile Pike, Goodlettsville, 851-5500, website: » The Lord’s Sanctuary, 734 Red River Road, Gallatin. 452-1166, website: » Nashville Cowboy Church, The Ranch House, 410 Brick Church Pike, Goodlettsville, 859-1001, website: » New Covenant Fellowship, 802 S. Russell St., Portland. » New Day Christian Ministries, 211 W. Main St., Gallatin. » New Hope Church, 1599 New Highway 52E, Westmoreland, 644-3420, website: » New Vision Ministries, 5640 New Highway 31E, Westmoreland, 644-6446. » North East Church, 100 God Why Court,


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Hendersonville, 822-5550, website: » Old Time Christian Mission Full Gospel, Gallatin. » The Shepherd’s House, 118 Main St., Portland. » Victory Assembly Church, 115 N. Russell St., Portland. » Victory Chapel, 800 North Broadway, Portland.

PENTECOSTAL » The Book of Acts Pentecostal Church, 614 Long Hollow Pike, Gallatin. » Christ Apostolic Holiness Church, 109 College St., Portland, website:, email: » Faith Worship Center, 116 Main St., Portland. » Faith Apostolic Church, 2314 Highway 76, Portland. » Goodlettsville United Pentecostal Church, 733 Old Dickerson Road, Goodlettsville, 859-9450, website: » Harvest Point United Pentecostal Church, 715 College St., Portland, 325-6675, website: » Hendersonville Pentecostal, 151 Rockland Road, Hendersonville, 822-4850. » Highways and Hedges Mission, 349 W. Grey St., Gallatin, 452-2097. » New Life Tabernacle, 163 Witherspoon Ave., Gallatin, 451-9059. » Pentecostal Assembly Of Christ, 713 College St., Portland, 325-7594. » Portland Pentecostal Church of God, Highway 76 and Jackson Road, Portland, 3849918. » Zion Upper Room Apostolic Faith Church, 373 Magnolia Ave., Gallatin, 452-5704, website:

PRESBYTERIAN » Beech Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 3216 Long Hollow Pike, Hendersonville, 824-3990, website: » Faith Presbyterian Church, 372 Caldwell Drive, Goodlettsville, 859-1130, website: » First Presbyterian Church of Gallatin, 167 W. Main St., Gallatin, 452-3151, website: » First Presbyterian Church of Hendersonville, 172 W. Main St., Hendersonville, 8248604, website: » Goodlettsville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 226 S. Main St., Goodlettsville, 859-5888, website:

» Hendersonville Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 453 Walton Ferry Road, Hendersonville, 822-6091. » Oak Grove Presbyterian Church, 2715 Oak Grove Church Road, Bethpage, 888-2435. » Sumner County Upper Cumberland Presbyterian, 1038 Lock 4 Road, Gallatin, 8593515, website:

SEVENTH DAY-ADVENTIST » Hendersonville Seventh-Day Adventist, 118 Anderson Lane, Hendersonville, 8221466. » Highland Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 100 Highland Circle Drive, Portland, 325-3925, website: » Portland Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 627 North Broadway, Portland, 3253092. » Seventh Day Adventist, 873 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin, 325-2055, website: » Seventh Day Adventist Church, 3660 Highway. 31W, White House, 672-4636, website:

OTHER » Accurate Image Ministries, 240 E. Main St., Hendersonville, 822-1832. » Bahá’í Faith, Hendersonville, 824-6273, website: » Bethel Romanian Church of God, 585 Harris Lane, Gallatin, website: » Bread of Life Center, 130 N. Water Ave., Gallatin, website: » Celebration of Life, 768 Forest Retreat Road, Hendersonville, 826-7575, website: » Community Church of Hendersonville, 381 W. Main St., Hendersonville, 8260042, website: » God Why Hendersonville, 100 God Why Court, Hendersonville, 822-5550, website: » Jesus is Lord Overcomers Church, 615 E. Main St., Hendersonville, 673-3379. » Life Church, 120 Indian Lake Blvd., Hendersonville, 338-7241, website: » LifePointe Church, One Music Village Boulevard, Hendersonville, 439-7434. » Living to Go Ministries, 705 Rivergate Parkway, Goodlettsville, 859-4408, website: » The Church at Indian Lake, 1004 Drakes Creek, Hendersonville, 826-6222, website: » Word of Life Fellowship/The Rock, 1041 Centerpoint Road, Hendersonville, 264-3400.

our sports

Recreation contact information There are numerous recreation leagues and parks throughout Sumner County. Included here are listings for recreation departments and leagues throughout the county.

Youth baseball opportunities are prevalent in Sumner County. There are many different leagues, from Dixie Youth to Little League, offered for all age groups. FILE

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our sports GALLATIN Baseball/softball American Legion Little League, Municipal Park, 478-5964; ages 7-12 Gallatin Leisure Services slowpitch softball; Triple Creek Park, 451-5911; ages 5-16

Basketball Gallatin Youth Basketball Leagues, 451-5911

Bowling Holder Family Fun Center, 683 S. Water Ave., 575-4386; holder

Football Gallatin Youth Football League, 480-4413 or

Soccer Gallatin Soccer League, 451-5911

Swimming Gallatin Civic Center, 451-5911; Municipal Park, 230-0726 Swim teams Cages Bend, 451-1314 Gallatin Civic Center, 451-5911 Fairvue Plantation, 451-0919

Tennis Municipal Park, 230-0726

Other Skate park at Thompson Park


Firepower second baseman Sam Tarpley prepares to tag the Storm's Maya Marshall during a youth softball game at Gallatinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Triple Creek Park. FILE


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our sports » RECREATION FROM 72 HENDERSONVILLE Baseball/softball USSSA baseball and Cal Ripken baseball, ages 4-18, though no T-ball is offered. Games are played at Drakes Creek Park and Veterans Park; 822-3898. Slow-pitch and fast-pitch softball leagues, ages 4-18, with those leagues primarily playing at Drakes Creek Park and Veterans Park; 822-3898.

Bowling Strike & Spare Family Fun Center, 824-5685 Holder Family Fun Center, 5904386

Football Hendersonville Titans Youth Football, ages 5-12, sponsored by Hendersonville Civitan Club; 495-4433

Inline hockey Hendersonville Inline Hockey Association, ages 8-under to 18-under; 364-5598

Soccer Hendersonville Soccer Club, ages 3-18, with games at Drakes Creek Park; 824-6216

Swimming Sumner County YMCA, 102 Bluegrass Commons Blvd., 826-9622 Teams Bluegrass Country Club, 3485207 Indian Lake Swim Team, 8260206

Tennis Played at Drakes Creek Park, 264-2017

Jermain Holt Jr. (28) and Brendan Segura (3) compete in a youth football game in Hendersonville. FILE



our sports » RECREATION FROM 73 GOODLETTSVILLE Basketball Goodlettsville youth basketball, ages 5-18; games are played at the Delmas Long Community Center; 851-2253

Football Goodlettsville Trojans, ages 5-14; games played at MossWright Park; 851-2253

Soccer Tennessee United Soccer Club, ages 9-under through 19-under; games played at Moss Wright Park in Goodlettsville and Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville; 306-7314 Middle Tennessee Futbol Club, ages 3-18; matches played at Moss Wright Park; 838-3539

T-ball Ages 4-5, games at Moss-Wright Park; 851-2253

Volleyball Girls, ages 10-15, games at Delmas Long Comm unity Center; 851-2253

Swimming Pleasant Green Pool, 851-2253

» RECREATION, 75 Fairvue Plantation’s Chelsea Schrett swims the backstroke leg in the 11-12-year-old girls 100-yard individual medley during a summer meet. FILE


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Youth basketball league, grades 3-6; 325-6464

Baseball/softball Little League Baseball, ages 3-16, played at Portland Little League complex; 887-9484 Dixie Youth Baseball, ages 5-18, played at Richland Park; 6048617 Dixie Youth fast-pitch softball, ages 5-16; games are played at Municipal Park; 325-6464

Basketball Recreation Department youth basketball leagues; 325-6464

Football Youth football league, grades 3-6; 644-2306

WHITE HOUSE Baseball/softball Dixie Youth Baseball and Dixie Youth Softball (fast-pitch), ages 5-16; Games are played at Municipal Park; 672-4350, ext. 2114

Parks and Recreation Department


Youth soccer leagues, ages 3-18; matches played at Richland Park; 325-6464

The Parks and Recreation Department offers youth basketball and youth football leagues, as well as recreational softball leagues for men and women. Softball leagues play at Municipal Park, while the youth basketball leagues play at the Hobbs Municipal Center, at 105 College St.; 672-4350, ext. 2114.



Public pool, 325-9282

White House Youth Soccer Association, ages 3-17; Matches played at the W.L. Anderson Sports Complex, at 2760 Highway 31W; 672-4350, ext. 2114

Youth football league, ages 6-12; 517-1152


WESTMORELAND Baseball/softball Little League Baseball, ages 9-12; played at Westmoreland Little League baseball complex; 644-9921

Former Portland High School star Corey Brewer, who went on to win two national championships at the University of Florida and is now playing in the National Basketball Association, conducts a youth basketball camp as his alma mater every year. FILE

T-ball (3-6), coach pitch (7-8) and senior league (13-15); played at Westmoreland City Park; 644-4174

Fast-pitch softball, ages 9-16; played at Westmoreland City Park; 644-3382


PO Box 79777 Hendersonville, TN 37075 P: 615-822-1000 â&#x20AC;˘ F: 615-264-5327 FACT BOOK 2013 |


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Sumner well represented in pro ranks Sumner County is known as one of the top areas for sports in the state of Tennessee. One only has to look in the college and professional ranks to see why. Hundreds of Sumner athletes have gone on to play in college over the past decade, and several have made their way to the professional ranks. Athletes with Sumner County ties who are currently playing professionally include:

Corey Brewer Brewer, who starred at Portland High School (winning the Class AA Mr. Basketball award in 2004) and then winning two national championships at the University of Florida, is currently a member of the National Basketball AssociaBrewer tion’s Minnesota Timberwolves. While the T-wolves are technically the fourth landing spot for Brewer, they are actually the team that drafted him in the first round 2007 draft (seventh overall). Brewer was a member of the 2010-11 Dallas Mavericks squad that won the NBA championship. The last two seasons he played for the Denver Nuggets, averaging 12.1 points a contest. That was second career-wise only to his 2009-10 stint with Minnesota. So far during his career, Brewer has averaged 9.5 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.3 steals per contest.


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John Jenkins Jenkins shattered high school scoring marks while at Station Camp, amassing more than 3,000 points during his career. He won the Class AA Mr. Basketball award in each his junior and senior seasons while averaging more than 40 points a game his senior year. He didn’t slow down at Vanderbilt University Jenkins either, averaging more than 20 points a game his junior season before leaving early to go pro. After being selected in the first round (23rd overall) by the Atlanta Hawks, Jenkins’ first year in the NBA was a bit of a transitional period, as he averaged 6.1points a game and shot 38 percent from 3point range.

Golden Tate The former Pope John Paul II High standout went on to star at Notre Dame and is making an impact in the National Football League with the Seattle Seahawks. Tate had 157 receptions for 2,707 yards during his four-year career at Notre Dame, with Tate 26 going for touchdowns. He also rushed for three more during that time. His senior year with the Irish he was an All-American selection. That earned him a secondround (60th overall) selection

STANFORD, CA-MAY 27, 2011 - Tennys Sandgren during the third round of the 2011 NCAA Tennis Championships at Taube Tennis Stadium at Stanford, CA. FILE

by the Seahawks, and he’s been producing at the highest level as well.

Steve Delabar Delabar has ties to Sumner County, having pitched at Volunteer State Community College. He enjoyed a breakout 2013 season with the Toronto Blue Jays, earning a trip to pitch in the All-Star game. He was the people’s choice vote to earn a spot on the team. Delabar first reached the Major Leagues with the Seattle Mariners and since that time has averaged more than 13 strikeouts per nine innings of work

Tennys Sandgren Arguably the top player to don a racquet in Sumner County, Sandgren dominated junior circuits around Tennessee, the Southeast and all across the country before taking his talents to the University of Tennessee. He has recently battled in tournaments in International Tennis Federation, World Tennis Association tour and ATP Challenge Tour.

While at Tennessee he participated in the Junior circuits of the Australian Open, French Open, U.S. Open and Wimbledon. He had a 70-38 junior record in the ITF. He had a world ranking as high as 209 early in 2013.

Steven Fox The former Hendersonville High golf standout Fox, who won the 2012 U.S. Amateur Tournament, announced he was turning pro in September 2013. The U.S. Amateur championship earned Fox a spot in three of the Professional Golfers Association of America's (PGA) four major championships in 2013 – the Masters, the U.S. Open and the Open Championship. Fox also qualified for the World Amateur Golf Championship, which will be held in Turkey later this year, and he was selected to represent the United States in the 2012 World Amateur Team Championship. Fox also reached the round of 16 at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship in July.

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Sumner offers many marinas The U.S. Corps of Engineersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Old Hickory Lake is a showcase for the area, annually attracting close to 8.6 million visitors, which brings in approximately $273 million in tourism revenue to the local economy. In recent years, the lake has hosted several fishing tournaments, including a National Bass Association fishing tournament. The lake has many recreational uses including fishing, boating, skiing, jet skiing and scuba diving. The dam itself became operational in 1957 and has 22,500 acres of water at normal pool. There is 440 miles of shoreline for the entire lake. There are 19 recreation areas, 19 minor access points (boat ramps) and 284 picnic areas of varying sizes, including campgrounds in the Cages Bend area of Hendersonville. There are eight marinas, three private clubs, six group camps on the lake and four swim areas, including Lock 3 in Hendersonville. Maps and brochures detailing the lake can be obtained at the resource managerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s office at the Rockland Recreational area in Hendersonville, located off of Rockland Road. For information, call 822-4846, write to the Corps of Engineers, No. 5 Power Plant Rd., Hendersonville, TN 37075 or visit\op\old\rec.

MARINAS ANCHOR HIGH MARINA 128 River Road, Hendersonville 826-2628

DRAKES CREEK MARINA 441 Sanders Ferry Road, Hendersonville 822-0393

GALLATIN MARINA 727 Marina Road, Gallatin 452-9876

SHADY COVE MARINA 115 Shady Cove Road, Castalian Springs 452-8010

CREEKWOOD MARINA 259 Sanders Ferry Road, Hendersonville 824-7963

CHEROKEE MARINA 450 Cherokee Dock Road, Lebanon (Across from Sumner over the Cumberland River) 444-2783

Anglers fish on Old Hickory Lake through dense fog near Drakes Creek Marina in Hendersonville. FILE

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Pro, college sports all around the area The Sounds offer single-game tickets, group rates, and season tickets at 690-4487 or Tickets can also be purchased in person at Greer Stadium the day of the game.

Tennessee Titans Tennessee’s professional football team, the Tennessee Titans, is well within driving distance from anywhere in Sumner County. LP Field, home to the Titans, is less than 30 miles from most of Sumner County and is easily accessed by driving south on Vietnam Veterans Boulevard, and Interstate 65. For tickets, visit,, at LP Field or call (800) 745-3000. Single-game tickets are on sale for each of the Titans’ 10 home games. There is a waiting list for season tickets and personal seat license, or PSL. To get on either list, visit or go to LP Field.

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Volunteer State Community College offers baseball, softball and men’s and women’s basketball. FILE

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son tickets, packages and group tickets are available at Ticketmaster, or at 770-7825. Tickets can also be purchased at the Bridgestone Arena between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Nashville Sounds The minor league Nashville Sounds, an AAA affiliate of Major League Baseball’s

Milwaukee Brewers, is less than 30 miles away from most parts of the county. Greer Stadium, which houses the Sounds baseball team, has all the major league baseball appeal, but at a minor league price.

Sumner County has a multitude of college sports within the 30mile radius, from the Southeastern Conference’s Vanderbilt University, to Lipscomb University of the Atlantic Sun Conference, to Belmont University and Tennessee State University from the Ohio Valley Conference. Tickets can be obtained on the colleges’ websites. Sumner County is also home to Volunteer State Community College, one of the most competitive Junior Colleges in the JUCO in basketball, baseball and softball. Many of Sumner County’s finest athletes have called or currently call Volunteer State home, but the Pioneers are athletes from all over the United States. To obtain singlegame tickets or season passes to any of Volunteer State’s home games, call (888) 335-8722 or 4528600. Tickets may also be obtained in person the day of the game. For more information, visit

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Things to do in Sumner County

Old Hickory Lake

Bend Road, Gallatin.

Old Hickory Lake is one of the state's most popular waterways because of its close proximity to Nashville. It is renowned for fishing and hosts several annual tournaments.

Farm fun

Picnic spots and boat access: Sanders Ferry Park Sanders Ferry Road, Hendersonville. Lock 4 City Park 1317 Lock 4 Road, Gallatin. Bledsoe Creek State Park 400 Zieglers Fort Road, Gallatin. Avondale Recreation Area, Avondale Access Road (off Shute Lane), Hendersonville/Gallatin. Old Lock 3 Access Area Lock 3 Road, Hendersonville. Rockland Recreation Area, 5 Power Plant Road, Hendersonville. Nat Caldwell Park, Douglas

Bottomview Farms. 185 Wilkerson Lane, Portland. 456-7913. Bottomview Farms features a Native American village, an outdoor theater and a pay lake for fishing spread across 600 acres. Admission is free Monday-Saturday. Special events at the farm may include an admission charge. On the farm is the eateries, a zip line, fruit picking and a pumpkin patch. Madison Creek Farms. 1228 Willis Branch Road. Goodlettsville. 448-6207. Walk through a field of flowers with zinnias and giant rows of sunflowers. Purchase berries, jams and produce at the on-site market. Try some fresh, hand-churned butter. Bring your children to hunt for eggs or fish in the creek. For more in-

formation and hours of operation, Red Chief Orchard. 2400 Hartsville Pike, Gallatin. 452-1516. From July through October, visitors can pick fresh apples and peaches, purchase jams and jellies and sample the orchardâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s popular fried pies and apple cider. England Strawberry Farm. 720 Scattersville Road, Portland. 426-3068. For more than 38 years, families have been coming to England Strawberry Farm to pick fresh strawberries in the spring. For more information, go to Shuckles Corn Maze and Pumpkin Farm. 1040 Bison Trail, Gallatin. 669-6293. Bring your family and friends and explore Shuckle's Corn Maze as you weave your way through almost six acres of fun-twisting turns.

WINERIES Long Hollow Winery & Vineyards, 665 Long Hollow Pike, Goodlettsville, 859-5559. Sample the wines, teas and jellies from this vineyard established by Grand Ole Opry member Stu Phillips. Sumner Crest Winery, 5306 Old Highway 52, Portland. 325-4086. This award-winning Portland winery offers a broad selection of wines, desserts and more. Also on display at the winery is a collection of classic cars dating to as far back as the 1920s.

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Mark your calendars OCTOBER OCT. 4 The 16th annual Candlelight Cemetery Tour in the Gallatin City Cemetery, 4 p.m.

OCT. 5-6 Annual Tractor Show & Threshing. Show begins at 8 a.m. each day. Includes steam engines, antique tractors, tour a WWII plane, tour the Days Gone By Museum, wheat threshings, saw milling, antique gas engines, and garden tractor pulls.

OCT. 5 Main Street Festival, Gallatin, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.. 452-5692.

OCT. 26 Howl O’Ween at Moss Wright Park in Goodlettsville. 851-3211.

Jo Irion and David Darrell dance at Third Thursday, a live music event held every month during the summer on the square in downtown Gallatin. FILE

OCT. 31

DECEMBER Trick or Treating on the Square. Gallatin Public Square, Gallatin. 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.

NOVEMBER NOV. 1-JAN. 1 HolidayFest, Hendersonville.




Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament.


Rose Mont Festival in Gallatin.

DEC. 7 Merry Mantles at historic Rose Mont. Portland’s Christmas Parade and Chili Cookoff. Begins at 5:30 p.m. White House Christmas Parade and Holiday extravaganza starting at the White House City Park. 3 p.m.

NOV. 1-JAN. 1 Trinity Christmas City USA in Hendersonville.

Days of Wine & Roses, presented by the Hendersonville Rotary Club and held at Bluegrass Country Club.

Christmas Open House at Sumner Crest Winery in Portland. 1-5 p.m.

DEC. 1


Freedom Festival at Drakes Creek Park in Hendersonville.

Sumner County Pilgrimage tour of homes.

JULY 28-AUG. 2

Last Saturday in April

Sumner County Fair in Gallatin.

Gallatin Squarefest.


NOV. 16 Hendersonville Christmas Parade. Christmas Harvest Craft Show at the Gallatin Civic Center, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.


DEC. 14 MAY 10

Taste of Hendersonville.

The 73nd annual Portland Strawberry Festival.

SEPT. 21-22

Gallatin Christmas Parade.

NOV. 25

APRIL Indian Lake Loop 5-Mile Run. Run begins at the Streets of Indian Lake in Hendersonville.


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General Daniel Smith Days at Rock Castle, Hendersonville.

our veterans

Veterans Organizations VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 9851 Monthly Meeting: Second Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. Location: 73 New Shackle Island Road, #R, Hendersonville Phone: 824-9851 Post Commander: Dave Moomy Services include: Veterans and survivor benefits and claims information, food pantry, emergency financial assistance, job placement, assistance with Nashville Veterans Affairs Medical Center registration, arrange transportation or escorts to VA hospital or doctor visits, counseling or counseling referrals.

VIETNAM VETERANS OF AMERICA CHAPTER 240 Members: about 270 President: Jim Flockencier Monthly meeting: First Monday, 7 p.m., meal at 6 p.m.

JOHN T. ALEXANDER AMERICAN LEGION POST 17 Location: 1140 S. Water Ave., Gallatin Phone: 452-0590 Online: Members: About 545. Open to veterans of all eras. Post commander: Charlene Jackson Monthly meal: Free meal for veterans, second Tuesday Food pantry, veteran benefits information, food pantry, Sumner County Veterans Home and Old Glory restaurant, student education including flag education, athletic teams sponsorship

U.S. Marine veteran Charlene Jackson, of the American Legion Post 17 in Gallatin, stands by a World War II cannon outside the Sumner County Veterans Home. FILE Post commander: Jody Harper Hours: Monday through Saturday, 3 p.m. to midnight


Meeting: First Tuesday, 6 p.m., at VFW Post 9851 in Hendersonville Contact: 554-4011 or Online: chapters/tn/95

Address: 2605 Epperson Springs Road, Westmoreland Phone: 644-3152 for information on post or 559-3592 for facility rental Meeting: Fourth Thursday, 7 p.m., potluck meal at 6 p.m. Post commander: Roger Pullen Members: About 80 members Scholarship programs: Voice of Democracy grades (9-12, $30,000 scholarship); Patriot’s Pen (grades 6-8, $15,000 scholarship); and Teacher of the Year Awards.



Location: 107 Legion Drive, Portland Phone: 325-2593

Location: 3321 Highway 31W North Phone: 672-4918 or 604-1249


Meeting: First Thursday, 7 p.m. Post commander: Homer Wright Members: About 100 Veterans services and assistance, community involvement, sponsor youth organizations and athletics.

IN-COUNTY SERVICES Bill McRee, Sumner County veteran service officer Services: Assistance with benefits, pensions, psychological counseling and more. Location: Sumner County Administration Building, 355 N. Belvedere Drive, Gallatin Phone: 451-6014 to make an appointment. Email:

REGULARLY SCHEDULED LOCATIONS First Wednesday of the month Macon Bank & Trust in Westmoreland, 8-11 a.m. Portland City Hall, 1-2:30 p.m.

Second Wednesday of the month VFW Post 9851 in Hendersonville, 8:30-11 a.m. Other appointments held at various locations monthly. Education services Ken Hanson, Volunteer State Community College veterans’ coordinator Location: Volunteer State Community College, 1480 Nashville Pike, Gallatin Phone: 230-3444 Email:

STATE LEVEL Tennessee Department of Veteran Affairs Commissioner: Many-Bears Grinder Contact: 741-2931 Online: VA Medical Center (615) 873-7950 or (615) 873-8048 1310 24th Ave. S., Nashville

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Advertiser Index Coldwell Banker Lakeside ................................. 2 Hendersonville Medical Center ...................................... 4 Occasions / Five Chefs ............................................... 5 A Family Legacy ................................................. 7 Volunteer State Bank .................................................. 9 Kurt R. Swauger, DDS ................................................ 11 Rainbow Early Intervention .............................................. 13 Portland Chiropractic ................................................ 15 The Whippoorwill ................................ 15 Martin Realty ........................................ 17 The Chocolate Covered Strawberry .................. 19 The Farmers Bank ............................................. 19 Fran Marcou .................................................. 19 Southeastern Building Corporation ..................................... 21 Saint John Vianny .............................................. 21 The Lawn Ranger ....................................................... 21 Sumner County Urgent Team 23 Days Gone By Museum .............................................. 25 Occasions / Five Chefs .............................................. 25 Portland Chamber ................................................ 25 Sumner Crest Winery ...................................... 25 CEMC ............................................................. 27 Goodall Homes .............................................. 29 Reliant Bank Mortgage ................................................... 31 Dr. Brandon Hodge, DDS .................................................. 33 First Baptist Hendersonville ........................................ 35 Pope John Paul II 37 All Access Coach Leasing ............................................ 44 Southside Baptist ....................................................... 47 Sumner Academy ............................................ 47


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Volunteer Fence .............................. 47 White House Chamber ...................................... 47 Dr. Mary Koen, DDS ....................................................... 49 Perkins Drugs ............................................... 49 Historic Rock Castle ........................................ 49 Hendersonville Performing Arts Company ............................................... 49 Sumner County Highway Department ...................... 49 Frizzell and Frizzell, PLLC ..................................... 53 Wilkinson Wiseman Funeral Home ....................................... 53 Derryberryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heat and Air ................................................ 57 Holder Family Fun Center .................................................... 57 City of Gallatin 63 Historic Cragfont ............................................. 63 Hendersonville Chamber ............................... 63 Southside Baptist ....................................................... 63 Saint Joseph School ........................................... 63 City of Hendersonville ........................................................... 75 Tabor Dental/Kid City Smiles ............................................. 85 Union University ................................................................. 86 Sumner Medical Group ............................................ 87 Sumner Regional Medical Center ....................................... 88

AVAILABLE SERVICES INDEX Attorneys Frizzell & Frizzell, PLLC ...................................................... 52

Auctioneers Coldwell Banker Lakeside .................................................2 - 3 Martin Realty House ........................................................... 17

Banking/Finance The Farmers Bank .............................................................. 19 Volunteer State Bank ............................................................ 9

Builders/Construction Goodall Homes ................................................................... 29 Southeastern Building ......................................................... 21

Catering The Chocolate Covered Strawberry ........................................ 19 Occasions / Five Chefs .......................................................... 5

Chambers of Commerce Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce .................................. 63 Portland Chamber of Commerce ........................................... 25 Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce ...................................... 47

Chiropractors Portland Chiropractic .......................................................... 15



First Baptist Church Hendersonville...................................... 35 Pope John Paul II ............................................................... 37 Southside Baptist ............................................................... 47 Saint John Vianney ............................................................. 21 City / County Government Saint Joseph School............................................................ 63 City of Gallatin ................................................................... 63 Southside Baptist ............................................................... 63 City of Hendersonville ......................................................... 75 Sumner Academy ............................................................... 47 Sumner County Highway Department .................................... 49 Rainbow Early Intervention .................................................. 13 Union University ................................................................. 86

Coach Leasing

All Access Coach Leasing .............................................44 - 45


Colleges / Universities

Holder Family Fun .............................................................. 57 Hendersonville Performing Arts Company ............................. 49

Union University ................................................................. 86


Emergency Care


Family Fun

Sumner County Urgent Team ............................................... 23 Derryberryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heat & Air ........................................................ 57 Goodall Homes ................................................................... 29 Events / Corporate Functions Southeastern Building ......................................................... 21 Occasions / Five Chefs .......................................................... 5 Brandon Hodge, DDS .......................................................... 33 Holder Family Fun Center .................................................... 57 Kurt R. Swauger, DDS ......................................................... 11 Hendersonville Performing Arts Company .............................. 49 Mary Cay Koen, DDS ........................................................... 49 Fencing Tabor Dental / Kid City Smiles.............................................. 85 Volunteer Fence.................................................................. 47


Funeral / Memorial Services

The Chocolate Covered Strawberry ........................................ 19 Crestview Funeral Home ...................................................... 67 Occasions /Five Chefs ........................................................... 5 Hendersonville Memory Gardens .......................................... 67 The Whippoorwill ................................................................ 15 Sumner Memorial Gardens .................................................. 67 Wilkinson Wiseman ............................................................. 53 Economic Development CEMC ................................................................................ 27 Gifts Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce .................................. 63 The Chocolate Covered Strawberry ........................................ 19 Portland Chamber of Commerce ........................................... 25 Perkins Drugs and Gift Shoppe ............................................ 49 Whitehouse Chamber of Commerce ...................................... 47 Occasions / Five Chefs .......................................................... 5 TN-0000929163

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Saint Joseph School.......................47

Real Estate

Hendersonville .. Medical Center .............................4 Coldwell Banker Kurt R. Swauger, DDS ....................11 Lakeside ................................... 2 - 3 Mary Cay Koen, DDS ......................49 Fran Marcou..................................19 Perkins Drugs ................................49 Martin Realty House ......................17 Portland Chiropractic .....................15


Rainbow Early Historic Cragfont ...........................63 .. Intervention ...............................13 Historic Rock Castle.......................49 Sumner Medical Group...................87

Utilities / Services

Sumner Regional Medical .. Center .......................................88 CEMC ...........................................27 Sumner Urgent Team .....................23

Weddings / Receptions

Tabor Dental / Kid City Historic Cragfont ...........................63 .. Smiles .......................................15 Historic Rock Castle.......................49

Heating & Air

Derryberryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Heating & .. Air.............................................57

Historic Homes Historic Cragfont ...........................63 Historic Rock Castle.......................49

Hospitals Hendersonville Medical .. Center .........................................4 Sumner Regional Medical .. Center .......................................88

Landscaping The Lawn Ranger ...........................21

Mortgage Loans Reliant Bank Mortgage ...................31 The Farmers Bank .........................19 Volunteer State Bank .......................9

Orthodontists Mary Cay Koen, DDS ......................49

Pharmacies Perkins Drugs and Gift .. Shoppe ......................................49

Private Schools Saint John Vianny ..........................21 Sumner Academy ..........................63 Southside Baptist ..........................63 TN-0000929164


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Drs. Tabor and Poff

Dr. Mary Beth Tabor

are general dentists who together have extensive experience treating children and would love the opportunity to see your kids. Kid City Smiles is dedicated to providing your child with the personalized quality dental care they deserve.

Dr. Clair Poff

107 Maple Row Blvd • Hendersonville 615.8222.55888 • www.kidcity

We are a General, Cosmetic and Implant dental practice that has served the Hendersonville community for over 35 years. Come see how Dr. Jayson Tabor and Dr. Clair Poff can give you a smile that ROCKS!

dental associates


M. Jayson Tabor, D.D.S.

Dr. Jayson Tabor

Clair Poff, D.D. S.

Hendersonville, TN 37075 • 615.822.3200

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Graduate and undergraduate degrees for adults





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Coming Together To Serve Your Health Care Needs...



Stephen Bennett, M.D. Andrew Dill, M.D. H. Wayne Hooper, M.D. Henry Lau, M.D. Clay MacConnell, M.D. Robert McDaniel, M.D. Brian Stuart, M.D. Dana Mason, FNP Joe David Cox, M.D. 262 E. Main St. • 452-3532 Kimberly Snyder, M.D. 880 GreenLea Blvd.

Hermogenes, P.D. Battad, M.D. William T. Faith, M.D. Bradley Rust, M.D.

Specialty Clinic Physicians CARDIOLOGY Affiliated with St. Thomas Heart Mark Aaron, M.D. Thomas Bartlett, M.D. (Electrophysiology) Reginald Dickerson, M.D. Mark Goldfarb, M.D. 451-9200

INTERNAL MEDICINE Donald Ezuteh, M.D. A. Sid King, M.D. David Mazurek, M.D. Anil Nachnani, M.D.

NEUROSURGERY Affiliated with Neurosurgical Associates Richard A. Berkman, M.D. - 986-1256



Deepti Bulchandani, M.D.

Graham Frazier, DPM


VASCULAR SURGERY Affiliated with Surgical Clinic William Edwards, Jr., M.D. - 385-1547

Mark D. Uhl, M.D. Jagdish Nachnani, M.D.


GENERAL SURGERY Jeff Hollis, M.D. • 451-7706 Brandon Mewbourne, M.D. • 452-1060

Affiliated with St. Thomas Medical Group Poonam Somai, M.D. 297-2700

NEUROLOGY Megan Mason, M.D.

300 Steam Plant Road Suite 300 - Gallatin, Tennessee 37066 Practice Administrator • Wanda Gant

Phone: (615) 230-8070 Fax: 452-1774 • TN-0000926343

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Community We are Sumner

If you haven’t been to Sumner Regional Medical Center lately, you should see what we’ve been up to. With state-of-the-art facilities, private patient wellness rooms, a newly accredited Chest Pain Center, newly named Breast Center of Excellence at Imaging for Women at Sumner Station, newly accredited Medical Imaging services and an accredited Cancer Center, we are dedicated to providing the communities we serve the highest quality care available, right here at home. Sumner Regional Medical Center has the services you need when and where you need them. You don’t need to go anywhere else. Learn more at or connect here

555 Hartsville Pike • Gallatin, Tennes esse see • 61 6155-32 3288-88 88888 88 88

Services included Accredited Cancer Center Accredited Chest Pain Center Accredited Medical Imaging Breast Care Center of Excellence Cardiac Catheterization Lab Cardiographics Cardiac Rehab Childbirth Center Critical Care Unit da Vinci® Surgical System Dialysis Emergency Services Endocrinology Gastroenterology Geriatric Psychiatric Care HighPoint Homecare HighPoint Hospice Hospitalist Program Inpatient Rehabilitation Laboratory Services Orthopaedic Services Pathology Pediatrics Respiratory Therapy Same Day Surgery Sleep Center Sports Medicine Vascular Surgery Women’s Health Wound Care

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