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Anna Robertson editor-in-chief

Kayla Bybee creative director

YOUR publisher’s l etter

Shelly E. Robertson publisher

Dear Readers,

H Amy T. Hebden marketing & sales consultant

K. York writer/photographer

Phil Cobucci web master/ digital strategist

YOUR Community Magazine is a monthly publication of: Robertson Media Group, LLC P.O. Box 1091 Franklin, TN 37065 615.598.5849 Printing Partner: K-FORMS Management

appy November Williamson County and from all of us here at YOUR Williamson and Robertson Media Group – a very Happy Thanksgiving! This is the start of the season of thanks and giving and there is nowhere on earth, I suspect, that knows how to do those two things better than here in Williamson County. We are a community of givers and we have much to be thankful for. I am in awe and inspired to do more and be more grateful every day when I see the generosity of spirit exhibited here and the simple everyday things we are so blessed to have by living here. I hope you will take a moment this season and enjoy the beauty of fall in the gorgeous countryside of Williamson County, take a stroll down our magnificent Main Street, say thank you to someone in law enforcement or one of the many workers who keep our city and county clean and safe, thank the many people who run non-profits and help the less fortunate have a place in our community too. Really just take a look around – I guarantee you will find multiple reasons to give thanks this holiday season. We are thankful this month for many reasons too! First and foremost for our continued growth and success as YOUR Community Magazine and for your ongoing support monthly! Thank you Williamson County. We are also thankful for our growing staff– we have added three new faces with this issue – welcome Phil Cobucci with BAM Solutions who will handle our website and social media; and Kayla Bybee and Caitlin Daschner as our new graphic designers and creative geniuses! We look forward to a few more new faces coming this month and we continue to find every day, validation for what we do and what we love – serving the community – it just doesn’t get any better than that. Make sure amidst family time, football games, turkeys and shopping that you enjoy some fun November events! We are proud to sponsor Wine Down Main Street, the Turkey Trot, Fairy Wings & Pirate Things and ‘Tis the Season and encourage you to attend and support great organizations like Mercy Children’s Clinic, Boys and Girls Club, GraceWorks and the Junior League. Give thanks this November, enjoy family and friends! Count your blessings and enjoy the bounty of our lives here in Williamson County. @yourwilliamson Send all content or coverage requests to info@

“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” -John Fitzgerald Kennedy


Even though life is busy, take a moment to reflect on what’s most important. For peace of mind, protect your family with State Farm® Insurance. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Bruce Smith, Agent 1896 General George Patton Drive Franklin, TN 37067 Bus: 615-373-2320 NMLS # 279227

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TABLE OF contents


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November 2011 Volume I - 7


Spring Hill Country Ham Festival


Heritage Ball


FHS Homecoming Parade


WC-Franklin Chamber Business Expo


CH POTTERY Holiday Hulabaloo



Belk Girls Night Out


Battle of Franklin Re-enactment


Unknown Soldier Movie Premiere


No Veteran Left Behind



Family Day 23 OMAHarlinsdale Soldier Ride 24


Leipers Fork Chili Cook-off 26 The Great Spider Hunt


Harpeth River Swing


Brown Dog Annual Wine Dinner


Touch a Truck CH POTTERY


Franklin Wine Festival


Thompson’s Station Fall Festival


OMAFootloose Premiere




Building Bridges through Art


Grape Stomp



Harvest Under the Moon 46 WMC-Vanderbilt Announcement 47

publisher’s letter

20 Julianne Hough & Blake Shelton at the Footloose Premiere


featured event: ‘tis the season


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charitable self: graceworks


your look


home: rustic charm




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Battle of Franklin Trust CH POTTERY



Heritage Ball Footloose Premiere Harpeth River Swing

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Judi, Olivia & Skip Hebden

The John Maher Builders Spring Hill Country Ham Festival Story and Photography by Amy Hebden

The John Maher Builders Spring Hill Country Ham Festival took place October 1st and 2nd at the Tennessee Children’s Home. Festival goers enjoyed browsing through crafts booths and dining on delicious food including, of course, country ham. A special Kid’s Zone provided by local businesses offered games and activities, including inflatables, for kids of all ages. Attendees also had an opportunity to participate in various contests to earn prizes such as Pig Races and the Hog Calling Competition. Concerts were ongoing throughout the weekend and featured some of the South’s most sought-after entertainers, including Grammy Award winner Bryan White. The event benefits several Spring Hill nonprofit organizations including the Tennessee Children’s Home, The Well Outreach and the Imagination Library.

Heather Lamb, Brandi Conklin, Erin Chesbro, Kasen, Nolan & Aiden Conklin

Whitney Dubois, Natalie Hnatusko, Stephanie Fahery & Sam Garrett

Mike Demastus & Matt Reynolds Whitney Gallacher, Janet Brandau, Emily Seley, Michelle Gallacher & Curtis Gibbs

Seanna, Josh, Weston & Mistique Perkins Cassie Jones, Marcia Derby, Kat Jones, Derby Jones, Maggie Jones, Georgia Link & Nelson Link

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The FACTORY at Franklin

230 Franklin Rd. Franklin, TN 37064 Phone: 615-791-1777


Second Impressions

Times Past &Present


Select items on SALE through November

Holiday Decor Available!

Christmas  Open  House  December  3 230  Franklin  Road  |  Building  3  |  Franklin,  TN  37064

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Happy Tales is teaming up with ThriftSmart! Next month, Happy Tales asks you for your donations of gently used, unwanted clothing, shoes, small appliances, books, DVDs, housewares, etc. The ThriftSmart trailer will be parked in the back lot during the following days and times: Nov. 10th: 12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Nov. 11th: 12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Nov. 12th: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Nov. 13th 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Little Cottage Toys These items will be sold in ThriftSmart, with proceeds going to benefit Happy Tales, as well as New Hope Academy, The Belize Project, Mercy Children's Clinic and African Leadership and are tax deductible. Also, remember to make some end of the year donations to Happy Tales!


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The Heritage Ball

Photography by Stephanie Marie Photographie

The 38th Annual Heritage Ball, the longest running black tie event in Williamson County was held in September to benefit the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County. Chair Tim Pagliara and Design Chair Angela Calhoun presented a beautiful and chic evening filled with old Hollywood glamour and plenty of champagne! The event featured a gourmet dinner and lots of dancing, as always. David Garrett took home the coveted Patron’s Award for his service on the board of the Foundation and his most recent efforts with fundraising to Save the Franklin Theatre. Angela and Porter Calhoun were crowned King and Queen of the Ball in recognition of their volunteer work over the years. For more information on the Heritage Foundation or the 2012 Heritage Ball go to

Al & Sue Gregory

Angela Calhoun

Laura & Steve Morris Kevin & Mary Benson

Lonnie & Tim Cochran Will Powell & Melissa Taylor

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Joseph Logsdon, Wendy Dunabant, Fran Stewart, Jacob Rainey & Leah Dennison

Tom & Lydia Miller, Harry Lee Billington & Tom Harlin


Turner & Shannon Kazmerowski

Leslea & Neil Campbell, Mike & Jacque Kennedy

Chuck Blackard & Susan Hoffman

Nancy Arnett & Bob Arnett Gavin & Caitlin Moon, Fred & Linda Reynolds

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Franklin High School Homecoming Parade



Story and Photography by Amy Hebden

It was a cold wet day but that did not dampen the spirits of the Rebel faithful at the Franklin High School Homecoming parade. The parade featured the FHS Band, athletic teams, cheerleaders, various clubs, and the homecoming court as it marched down Main Street. Parade goers watched floats ride by clad with signs reading “Smash Smyrna” and “Bon Voyage Bulldogs.”

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Thursday, November 24th 5k begins at 8:00 AM Kids Fun Run at 9:00 AM USAFT Certified Course D1 Campus just south of CoolSprings Galleria

Chloe Poltis, Sara Hanson, Alison Foster & Anne Marie Hanna

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Alec Oldham, Jacob Smith & Walter Beckham


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On Tuesday, October 4th the Williamson County Franklin Chamber of Commerce presented its 15th Annual Business Expo at The Factory at Franklin. The theme this year was “Business CONNECTivity.” As always the Expo offered a large variety of products and services, with food and drinks as well as door prizes.

Chuck Caivatti, Tom Otte & Gary Buchanan

Mindy Tate, Dan Klatt & Cheryl Wilson

Pam Von-Ehr, Juanita Neely & Nancy Conway Mollie Ann Trollinger, Michelle Ceylan & Mary Armour O’Reilly


Cathy Moult, Britton Burton & Denis Gallagher

Debbie Sims & Deanna Foy Wade Bonomo & Salvado Ferro

Sara Falke & Allie Marcus

Jana Rogers & Luanne Wagner

Andrew Emerson, John Harmon & Steve Brannon

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’Tis the Season Holiday Marketplace is a three-day shopping event filled with aisle after aisle of upscale gifts from over 100 unique merchants across the country and is taking place November 18-20 at the Nashville Convention Center benefiting the Junior League of Nashville. In its fifth year, ‘Tis the Season is a major fundraiser for the Junior League of Nashville with all proceeds going directly into the community to support their mission of improving the lives of women, children, and families. Last year’s ‘Tis the Season welcomed over 100 local and national merchants offering shoppers items like designer clothing, posh accessories, gourmet food, home décor, housewares and many other high-end items. This year, the Junior League of Nashville will host three days of shopping and special events, including Christmas with the Clauses, Santa Snaps, Preview: Let the Shopping Begin and Girls Night Out: Mischief & Magic. The move to the Nashville Convention Center will allow the event to expand their roster of merchants and attract more shoppers. To accommodate shoppers, valet parking will also be available. The Junior League of Nashville is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The Junior League of Nashville reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and a commitment to voluntarism. It is a premier women’s volunteer organization that offers our members the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with others who are unified by a desire to give back to our community. Through the talents of a diverse membership they will support and enrich the lives of women, children and families in our community. The Junior League of Nashville (JLN) was founded in 1922 by a group of visionary women committed to serving the Nashville community in a volunteer capacity. Today, JLN has almost 1600 members and remains committed to developing the potential of women as leaders and grassroots volunteers in charitable causes that improve the lives of women, children and families. Community needs on which JLN focuses include abuse and neglect, children and families at risk, educationally disadvantaged youth, children’s and women’s health and quality of life. The League is a member of the Association of Junior Leagues International. Of the 293 leagues around the world with a total of 171,000 members, the Junior League of Nashville is the 13th largest League in the Association. Over 800 active volunteers have joined the Junior League with many goals in mind, but they all work together to build a better community for women, children and families in Nashville. From their beginnings in 1922, and the founding of the revolutionary Junior League Home for Crippled Children, through the next eight decades, Junior League of Nashville members have sought out Nashville’s critical challenges and found the resources and people to change lives. In the 21st century, the Junior League continues its groundbreaking work in the Nashville community by sharing its volunteers and resources with other nonprofit agencies that reach populations in need. For more information on the Junior League of Nashville and this year’s ‘Tis the Season Holiday Marketplace, go to

NOV November 1 - December 31 Hoofbeats in the Heartland: Civil War Calvalry in TN Carnton Plantation Saturdays 9am-5pm Sundays 1pm-5pm

WC-Franklin After Hours Mixer Tollgate Village Clubhouse 5pm-7pm williamson-franklinchamber. com

Wine Down Main Street Historic Downtown Franklin 7pm-10pm

Mustang Stampede 5k Spring Station Middle School 9am

CS Chamber Homecoming Mixer Franklin Marriott 5pm-7:30pm

Historic Preservation Workshop City Hall Training Room 5:30pm-7pm 615.550.6737

Cork in the Fork Leipers Fork Village 7pm-10pm

Dancing with the Nashville Stars Factory at Franklin 6pm

New Hope Academy Open House 6pm-7pm

CS Chamber Breakfast Factory at Franklin 7:30am-9am

Young Prof. Council Luncheon Brentwood Library 11:30am-1pm

Women in Business Mixer Hyatt Place Brentwood 4:30pm-7pm

Morning Pointe Groundbreaking Morning Pointe Assisted Living 11am

Veteran’s Day Laughter for the Children Factory at Franklin 6:30pm

Young Prof. Council Joint Mixer Darrell Waltrip Auto 5pm-7pm

Member Connect Brentwood Chamber Office 11am-12pm

Blue & Gray Days Carnton & Carter House 10am-5pm

Women’s Leadership Network Lunch 11:30am-1pm Boxwood Bistro

Young Prof. MBA Lunch & Learn Reliant Bank 11:30am-1pm

Polka Dotz Monogramming & Gifts Girls Night Out 6pm - 9pm

Hats off to High Hopes Marriott Cool Springs 6pm Fairy Wings & Pirate Things Sodium 6pm-8:30pm Swirl, Sip & Savor Tollgate Village Clubhouse 6:30pm-9:30pm

November 12 Mending Limbs Benefit The Factory 6pm

Williamson County Community Band Concert Factory at Franklin 3:30pm-5pm

Hoover Run for Hope 5k Kenrose Elementary School 6:30am

‘Tis the Season Holiday Marketplace Nashville Convention Center 9am-9pm

Blue & Gray Days Carnton & Carter House 9am-5pm

Living Well Marketplace Factory at Franklin 9am-5pm 931.259.6714 ‘Tis the Season Holiday Marketplace Nashville Convention Center 10am-7pm

‘Tis the Season Holiday Marketplace Nashville Convention Center 11am-5pm

Thanksgiving Day D1 Turkey Trot 5k D1 Nashville/Cool Springs Galleria 8am

Franklin Farmer’s Market Factory Shed 9am-12pm The Great Escape Leipers Fork Village 10am-5pm

Battle of Franklin Illumination Resthaven Cemetery 4:30pm-5:30pm November 30 - December 3 The Carter House Candlelight Tour for schedule and times:

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Holiday Hulabaloo Story and photography by K. York

The Church Community Center, in downtown Franklin, held the Holiday Hullabaloo, a charitable event that benefits a local non profit agency. This year’s beneficiary, Brightstone, is an agency that provides a comprehensive work and social support network to adults with developmental disabilities. The evening was a definitely a holiday hullabaloo; uplifting and festive with tables decorated in different holiday themes and some guests dressed to match. Everyone enjoyed great food, a silent auction, music, dancing and even a chance to do some holiday shopping. Brightstone brought many of their beautiful and unique items to sell. If you are not familiar with their store you must check it out…and if you haven’t tried their fudge let me tell you it is the best!! It is the perfect gift for any occasion.

Tammy Bolen, Sarah Reed & Chase Magli



Jennifer Workman, Sandy Robinette, Jean & Jennier Keith

Janice Adams, Barbara Gregg & Barbara Reed

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Kevin & Debbie Tillbury, Stacy Roberts, Carolyn & Randall Robinson

Brenda Hauk and Toni Themis

Tomma & Dan Santini Lori Carter & Linda Gatewood


Mike & Sheri Gramer, Ernest & Irene Howell

Sherri Gard & Sara Grossholz

Sharon & David Stewart

Susan Harris & Claudia Rothe

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Belk Girls Night Out

Story and Photography by Anna Robertson It was a night for the gals to get together and shop, sip, socialize and enjoy a Belk’s Girls Night Out. Guests enjoyed discounts throughout the evening, cocktails, yummy foods and desserts, as well as a DJ and music while they shopped. You simply cannot beat this kind of shopping experience!

Sabrina Frank & Teresa Gentry

Kathy Simpson, Amanda Hailey & Marcia Patrick

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Cindy & Rachel Chamberlin

Mila Grigg, Kelly Gilfillan & Elaine Allen Patti Hudgins, Abby Hudgins & Lisa Davis


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Battle of Franklin Re-enactment

Story and Photography by K. York The Blue and Gray troops gathered for two days at the Park at Harlinsdale for the 147th anniversary re-enactment of the Battle of Franklin, which was of one of the largest cavalry battles of the Civil War. Spectators were invited to visit the encampments to see what life was like in the 1860’s. The smell of campfires, the ‘boom’ of the cannons and the soldiers engaging in scenarios that were as authentic as if they stepped off the real battlefield, enlightened spectators to a truly significant and historic experience in our community’s history. The actual Battle of Franklin was fought on November 30, 1864 and over 9,000 soldiers were injured or died that fateful day. During the Sunday morning service on site of the re-enactment, the preacher’s words captured this moment eloquently and poignantly; “A sad illustration….man never attains peace without a struggle echoed throughout the hollow.”

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Jessica & Sean Campbell, Sarah & Tony Glenn Evan, Terri, Bailey & Alli Snider

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Madison, Ashley, Hannah & Bart Boaz

Kelsey, Aislin, Dan & Ranson Anderson

Eric, Rachael, Abby, Reilly & Tristan Finch Nate, Marie, Ensley, Evan & Liam Bass

Lane Brock John Marler

Langley & Smithson Families

Dr. E.C. Fields

Parker & Preston Way

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Unknown Soldier Movie Premiere Story & photography by Anna Robertson “Heading Back Home: Franklin’s Unknown Soldier and the Civil War’s Five Bloodiest Hours” was shown to the public for the first time at the Franklin Theatre on October 14th. After the movie showing there was an after party for those that attended at Puckett’s in downtown Franklin. With food and beverages served, everyone enjoyed the night out learning about Franklin’s past and enjoying the preservation for the future. The proceeds from the special ticket prices for the movie premiere benefitted the battlefield preservation efforts in Franklin. This film was documented by Emmy award-winning film producers, Brian Speciale and Jodi Jones-Speciale, who moved to Franklin in 2009; the same year the soldier’s remains were uncovered from a shallow grave during a construction project.


Maggie & Thomas Purifoy

Tom & Debbie Powell

Ali Jordan & Hugh Berryman

Kim Shuff, Melinda & Scott Winter

Carl & Connie Haley, Jenilee & Phillippe Vander Elst

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Franklin, Tennessee is a town rich with history. In the summer of 2009, the Battle of Franklin Trust was created to assist in the telling and interpretation of our town’s most important historical event. On a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, November 30, 1864, one of the violent battles of the American Civil War erupted on the south edge of Franklin, one which ultimately helped to decide that long war’s -!"('"  !'+&''""* much of the town would be engulfed with the casualties of the battle, but on the night of November 30, it would be the Carter and McGavock families, as well as the Lotz family, that bore the brunt of the battle’s impact upon the civilian population. Today, the Battle of Franklin Trust tells the story of the short but awful battle, why the campaign through Middle Tennessee occurred, and how the citizens of Franklin endured in the months and years afterward. In the fall of 1864 the war was ##%"! '& -! "!'& ! ' .! "!%' ''& " % were desperately trying to hold on, against increasing numerical odds and a series " #(!&! "&&& "! ''-& %"  Virginia to Georgia. That November, Confederate General John Bell Hood brought his army into Tennessee with the hope of recapturing Nashville, which had been lost to Federal troops in the early months of 1862. To contest his movement northward, General William T. % !&#''%""#&'"!!&& from Georgia, before he initiated his % '" '    % '%""#& were commanded by General John M. "-"% %&'"!'&& ' of Hood’s. For several days during the -! * " ") % ' '*" "%& sparred and maneuvered with one another %" (&'%"( "( !(#'" #%!  "-,&% +( "",&'%""#&' #%! "!") %! % troops began pouring into the tiny town of Franklin before sunrise on November 30. Their intent was to continue moving north all the way to Nashville, but the bridges spanning the Harpeth River north " %!!*% #&&&""- was forced to construct a defensive line

south of town while the bridges were repaired. That morning Franklin found itself squarely in the path of the gods of war. Hood arrived at the head of his army early that afternoon and after scanning the Federal position opted to launch a frontal assault. His hope *& '" &'%"+ "- "%  slipped away yet again. In fact, "- *& #%#% '" )(' Franklin at 6 pm, which was precisely what Hood feared. If there was any realistic chance to take Nashville the &'%('"! " "-,& % + ' Franklin was key.  "('%! '' * ! ' 4 pm, beneath of the slanting rays of the setting sun, was one of the greatest spectacles of the entire war. Initially, Hood’s troops had success, as they overran an advanced line of Federal troops and then through sheer blunt force, ruptured the center of "-,& !&) !  %% "&$(%'%&-'!%(#'%"(! the Carter House and it swirled furiously around the Carter cotton gin, which was located just east of "(  !'"!'

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following day he died in the home in which he was raised. To the southeast, Carnton, home to the McGavocks,  '%&'-"&#'!' % (!%&"*"(!"('%! troops were brought there both during and after the battle.

Carrie McGavock After the war, both Carter House and Carnton became visible reminders of the fateful Battle of Franklin. Moreover, in 1866, John and Carrie McGavock led the way in establishing a cemetery near their home where the remains of Confederate soldiers killed at Franklin were buried. They maintained the cemetery for the balance of their lives. Today, the Carter House and its outbuildings remain scarred by bullets and Carnton &'&#+&""&'!&"!'&.""%& %"(& &'"!& " ' ''- have been preserved in recent years and both preservation and reclamation efforts continue. As we approach the 150th anniversary of that long ago November day, the Battle of Franklin Trust relates the powerful story each and every day to hundreds of visitors. Nearly 80,000 will visit the two sites in 2011 alone. Come out and visit and hear more about one of the most incredible stories of the Civil War.

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Russ Regan, Michael Friedman & Eric Lee Bedding-

No Veteran Left Behind Story & Photography by K. York

Valerie & Ira Blonder

McKenzies Mill

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he crowd gathered on a beautiful morning on the campus of Battle Ground Academy to support wounded warriors and bike enthusiasts on their 25 and 50 mile bike rides. The 2011 Soldier Ride started and ended on the BGA campus to honor former graduate Tre Ponder, who was killed in action in Afghanistan in 2005. The Soldier Ride, an initiative of the Wounded Warrior & photos (Amy Hebden) Project,story enables wounded soldiers like the Honorary Man of the Day, Ben Maenza, the opportunity to race through the aid of special fitted cycles.

Ben was presented with his special fitted hand operated cycle by U-Haul marketing president, Greg Ruffing. It is with great hope that through cycling, wounded soldiers will have an experience that will help them in their physical and emotional recovery from the war. Over $134,000 had been raised at race time. Tony Caldwell and Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractors, Inc. were recognized as the Soldier Ride’s top fundraising individual and team respectively.

Marsha Blackburn & Jeffery Steele

Ponder Family

Dana, John & Claire Griffith

Andrew Guy, Harrison Welch, Evan Derry, Conner Hoge & Garrett McIntyre

Becky Ross, Mimi, Carl & Elaina Joy Sanders Tony Caldwell

Ben Maenza

Ted, Brenda, Kate & Elyse Martinez

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The Classical Academy of Franklin Benefit

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The annual Leiper’s Fork Chili Cook-off

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Held in October in the historic Leiper’s Fork village, chili cooks and chili lovers came out to enjoy this fun filled Saturday and fabulous fall day. The mission of the Leiper’s Fork Annual Chili Cook-off is to create a family fun event that will help to raise money to host other free events throughout the year.

Joe McCallum


LIsa Fox, Darin, Isla & Lori Simmons

Ron Colter, Mary Lynn & Chase Cato

Joel Ulmer, “Dr. Bruce Hunt & LeAnne Ulmer PK, Scott & Laney Bradsaw

Cheryl Bullock with Fletcher & Heidi Green with Ellie


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Story and Photography by K. York Children gathered in front of The Factory at Franklin and eagerly listened for their instructions for The Great Spider Hunt. Then, it was 1-2-3 and they were off! Children, with a little help from a parent, searched high and low for spider wrapped candies to fill their bags. A lucky few finding the most spider candies won prizes. It was a great morning for early trick or treating and Halloween fun!

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Shelly & Natalie Ward

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Harpeth River Swing Story and photos by Anna Robertson Williamson Countians kicked up their heels at this year’s Harpeth River Swing! Benefiting the Harpeth River Watershed Association, the Harpeth River Swing celebrated this year removing over 120 tons of debris from the Harpeth River since the 2010 May Floods. Nearly $110,000 was raised this year to support the HRWSA and awards were presented during the “No Waste” event, which was decorated with recycled debris from the river. For more information on the HRWSA and how to support, go to

Jason & Amy Hebden

June Brown, Debbie & Arlo Owens, John Brown

Jack & Deanna Johnson

Nancy & John Hiatt, Becky Barker

Marie Parks, Thesa Hastings & Tricia Munro

Phillip & Allison Johnson, Mike Binkley

Peggy & Scott Schlarb

Nathan & Leslie Ober

Jay & Jessica Sheridan

Dorie Bolze, Chase Cole & Becca Brinkley

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Sibley Ruggles, Debbie & Travis McCourt, Kristen & Thomas McDaniel

Will Koenig, Lizz Kabat & Kelly Harwood Shelby Larkin & Larissa Arnault

Kathryn Currey, Mary Brockman & Christian Currey

Amy Leidig & Emily Harrison


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Vivian & David Garrett

Jim Creason & Jeremy Pickens

Tom & Mary Ann Keenan Cathy Shannon & David Hooper


Mike Walton & Julie Walton

Julia Halford, Dick Mason, Ben & Rebecca Wynd

June & John Brown Angela Calhoun & Vicky Fisher

Barney & Sonja Fullington, Pam & John Mattox

Becky Barker & Angela Calhoun

Dorene Pearson, Mike Murphy, Steve Pearson & Rachael McCampbell

Debby & Norm Miede, George & Nancy Garden



Claude Carmichael, Ellen More, Matt Dodson, Dorie Bolze & Cora Dodson

Jody & Gilda Bowman, Shelly Robertson & Johnny Birdsong

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Brown Dog Annual Wine Dinner Story and Photography by K. York

Michele Day, Eric & Debbie Golbach

The 6th Annual We Salute the Animals Wine Dinner was held at the Sound Kitchen Recording Studio in Cool Springs. The location, the silent auction items, the emcee and the menu were simply unique, like the cause. The Brown Dog Foundation is a non- profit organization that provides financial assistance to pet owners when their pet faces a life threatening, but treatable condition or illness. Supporters believe that sometimes all it takes is a little help from a friend to restore the quality of life for the pet, as well as their owner.

Carol Bigham & Gail Childress Cherie & Marc Smith

Devan Erwin, Fallon Baker, Kristin & Justin Womack

Larry & Susan Leathers

Rosemary Haas & Debi Granite

Kelly Hunt & Laura Parker

Jackie Heard, Michael Colavecchio, Laney Heard, Shannon Poindexter & Gustavo Rodriguez

Charles Hill, Pamela Garrett & Jana McCullough

Jason Hollingsworth & Carol Smock Sara Crossan & Chef Jane Marcum

Bard Quillman & Steve Muller

Elaine Allen

Trip Taylor, Kelly & Dave Gilfil-

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s the holidays approach, many start to focus on not only gifts and celebration, but giving. Giving to organizations in this community is a huge part of what Williamson County thrives on. One of the many amazing organizations we have here is GraceWorks Ministries, Inc., which is dedicated to sharing the hope and grace of God by helping our neighbors in need. With their many facets of how one can help, there are many ways you can contribute. GraceWorks has emergency services where qualified clients may receive financial assistance for basic needs such as rent, utilities, medications, food, gasoline vouchers or school supplies. The GraceWorks John Gatlin Food Pantry provides emergency food and needed nutrition to the hungry. Food is provided through private and community donations, and includes personal hygiene items, cleaning supplies and paper goods that are not available through food stamps. Baby food, formula and diapers are also available by request. GraceWorks has Senior Services where they provide transportation for medical appointments for senior clients. Parents

needing help with the expenses of a newborn in the house are the focus of a new GraceWorks program, Our Little Angels, in collaboration with Nurses for Newborns. Also, as a disaster partner with the Red Cross, Graceworks assists with disasters, such as a house fire, throughout

Cross, and they provide replacement clothing, household items, furniture, personal hygiene items, cleaning supplies, etc. raceWorks Ministries, Inc. is a wonderful organization that you may want to get involved with, in different ways. To make a donation or learn about volunteering, go to or call them at 615-794-9055. You can also participate in the Turkey Trot 5k & Kids Run with D1 Sports, benefitting GraceWorks, which takes place on November 24th.



hen the righteous will answer him, “Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?�

the year. Last year, they were heavily involved in relief efforts due to the flooding in Middle Tennessee on May 1 and 2, 2010. Affected families are referred to them by the Red


he King will reply, “I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these, you did for me.� Matthew 25: 37-40

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Touch a Truck

Story and Photography by K. York

Mercy Children’s  Clinic   invites  you  to  a  magical   evening  for  the  whole   family  at  Sodium  on   November  12th!   A  costume  event  for  children  of  all  ages... Dress  your  children,  grandchildren,   nieces  &  nephews  as  their  favorite  character   and  enjoy  dinner  with  some  of  them…   including  a  princess,  super  hero,  fairy  and  pirate!

Thompson Station Church played host to the Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s ‘ Touch A Truck’ event. Boys and girls excitedly waited in line to climb on and sit in nearly 30 different large scale public service and construction vehicles. Children glowed with excitement as they sat behind the wheel of the dump truck and looked with amazement at all the gadgets inside the ambulance and fire truck. It was a delightful family event you could tell from the smiles on their faces. The entertainment, good food, crafts, balloons and train ride were just icing on the cake!

The Weather Kings Duncan King, Ashley Badgett & Sam Lax

Wilson & Isabella Mullen, Annie Barkley

Tickets are  $25/person  and  includes  dinner,   creating  a  princess  crown  or  pirate  hat,   a  family  photo,  games  and  more! 615.790.0567  ext.  237 Reece Andrews & Shonnie Tabers

Autumn, Elizabeth, Issac & Joel Priddy

Hunter Johnson, Mollie & Peyton Andre

Blake, Justin & Grant Holten

Kayle Powers

Karson Gifford

Landon & Erica Cordell

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Always in Bloom Atrium at 4th & Main BancorpSouth Battleground Brewery Bleachers Boxwood Bistro Cadence Bank Case Select Wine Character Eyes Coffee Beanery Daily Dish Dion’s South Dotson’s Faye Snodgrass First Tennessee Bank Franklin Antique Mall Franklin Athletic Club Franklin Chamber of Commerce Franklin Chop House Franklin Flower

Find us in YOUR community. Franklin Travel Grassland Market Green Bank Henpeck Market Historic Carnton Plantation Holiday Wine & Spirits Homestead Manor HRH Dumplins It’s Vintage, Baby! JAW Shoe Repair & Sewing JJ Ashley’s La Hacienda Landmark Booksellers Legends Club Marcia’s Patisserie Mellow Mushroom Nachos O’More College of Design Our Thrift Store Panchos Place PD’s

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Bradford Interiors The Curtain Exchange  BancorpSouth Borders Brentwood Chamber Cinco de Mayo Green Bank La Chique Boutique

Puckett’s Pulltight Theater Red Dog Wine & Spirits Riff ’s Burgers Shane’s Rib Shack Shuff ’s Music The Bunganut Pig The Factory at Franklin The Good Cup The Heritage Foundation The Iron Gate The Registry The Shop Around the Corner TMA Group True Value Vue Optique Wedding 101 Westhaven What’s in Store Williamson County Library Williamson Medical Center

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McDougal’s Mexicali Grille Miles Auto Spa Newk’s NHC Place Pie in the Sky Reliant Bank Salon P’Nash Sperry’s Starbucks at Carothers Stogie’s Studio Gaven Tennessee Commerce Bank The Tin Roof Woodhouse Day Spa Zeitlin & Co. Realtors

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to our face! With the metallic and jewel tones found in clothes, let these colors fade into your makeup and nails! With the “sexy sophisticatedâ€? look of a smoldering smokey eye to a voluptuous red or deep plum lip, these are your makeup must do’s. A smokey eye with a sexy nude lip, or an eye-catching lip (my recommendation is “Impulse Redâ€? by brianne) with natural eyes and a liquid liner look (my personal favorite), you can’t go wrong. Amp up the volume and don’t be afraid to go bold! If liquid liner is a scary concept to you, like most other women, try a black powder with an angled brush and water to create the bold wing tipped liquid look. Using the brush allows you to have more control over the placement of the shadow as well as helping you smudge it out. But even with the perfect makeup, those brows can ruin it all! Perfectly manicured and sculpted brows is a must! So just because you might not shave your legs everyday, don’t skip out on that brow appointment! %,(  ,.+ -( .2 ,(& +(0 )(0+ -( 7%% in any holes to create that perfect canvas for your makeup! ,-.-+-"'%2'(-%,-7'",!2(.+%(($+(& head to toe with perfectly manicured nails. Ditch the overdone acrylic look, and go back to your shorter nails in bold shades of gunmetal, navy, blackberry, and metallic golds and silvers. This seasons’ looks and trends will take us back to our earthly roots and our vintage love, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to pull out all the stops and try something new! As Always......... In Love and Fashion,


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Franklin Wine Festival

Story and Photography by K. York It was a celebration offering over 300 wines and culinary treats from more than 30 restaurants and caterers in Middle Tennessee. Cool Springs Wine & Spirits presented the Seventh Annual Franklin Wine Festival at the Factory. This year’s event was supported by Nissan and donations of wine, food, auction items, time and money helped support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee. Big Brothers Big Sisters provides mentors for children in Middle Tennessee who need an additional adult role model in their lives. It was a fun evening for all and this crowd really stepped up to DO SOMETHING good!

Don and Jane Smith, Jimmy & Melanie Weekley, Jordan Smith

Connie Shaw, Leah Reilly, Josey & Leah Morgan

Daniel Kirby, Bernice Belue, Betty Ann Hatcher & Phil Chandler Aias DeSouza, Jeannie McRedmond, John Dawson, Chris Jones & Valerie Smith

Brian and Laura Dobbs, Cameron Bell, Suzette Robertson, Tommy & Lee Bowles

Lakeia Layne, Bert Claybrooks, Shireece Firoul, Lisa Taylor & Wanda Mark Christovale & Melecia Lewis Diane Reed, Annie Brooks & Glenda Ing

Jennifer McDonnell, Josh Winstock, Brooks Atwater & Nima Hayati

Pedro Vieira, David Baverstock and Kevin Church

Russ Jones, Eric Klindt and Brandon Ball Nancy and Mark McNulty, Matt and Lisha Pope Rachel Grief, Rose Davis, Kathy labrec and Jodie Pozzi

Steve Kreal, Connie Shafer, Karen and Elwin Roe

Tom and Jennifer Kern

Troy Casalone, Scarlett Stack and Zach Wexler

Elijah and Mandy Dies, Wanda Lankford and Courtney Levin

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and I am the executive chef/owner of three restaurants in the West Nashville area: Whitfield’s Restaurant and Bar, Bria Bistro, and our newest addition, The Harding House at Belle Meade Plantation. I am excited about being the resident chef/journalist for YOUR Magazine. I’m a trained chef, coming from Johnson and Wales in Providence, RI. I have spent time overseas in London, Paris, and South Wales. I have worked in many facets of the restaurant industry: as a dishwasher; preparing salads; sautéing; grilling; ice carver; corporate trainer and executive chef for a local restaurant group; a culinary instructor; and for the past year, an owner and chef of three great local restaurants. After spending most of the last 19 years of my life in the kitchen of restaurants all over the US, as well as Europe, I still love waking up and knowing my office is a kitchen. As the evenings and mornings are getting colder, and the sweltering afternoon heat is replaced with a pleasant 60 to 70 degrees, this marks the end of a hot summer and the beginning of fall. With the trees changing from their dark healthy greens to soft maroons, lively reds, and vibrant yellows, a whole new harvest is waiting for its bounty to be enjoyed by all of us. Talking with guests of my restaurants and even my mom, it has become very apparent that the majority of the public have forgotten that fruits and vegetables still have seasons. Apples are the first fruit that come to mind. Although available year-round, apples are harvested at the peak of their crispness, sweetness and ripeness in the late summer and into fall. It takes me back to my childhood memories back in Montana; I grew up with a few apple trees in my yard, and my mother would put my brother and me to work on Sunday mornings— picking bags and bags of apples—with the reward of a fresh baked apple pie at the end of our Sunday supper. Just the thought of the smell transports me back to those Sunday afternoons. That being said, the fall harvest is one of my favorites: apples, beets, cabbage, pumpkins, squash, greens, Pictured: Chili rubbed Salmon with caramelized pear risotto, roasted brussels sprouts and cauliflower with apple brandy sauté and pears, begging to be eaten at their full potential. That’s the approach that I, along with Chef de Cuisine Matt Smith, have taken at Whitfield’s Restaurant and Bar when making this fall’s menu changes—from the double bone-in pork chop with sweet pumpkin and plantain mash, with braised red cabbage and a hard cider reduction—to the chili rubbed salmon with a caramelized pear risotto, roasted brussels sprouts, and cauliflower with an apple brandy sauté. If you’re not sure what is in season, stop and ask one of the many road side farmers, go to the farmers’ market, ask the chef at your favorite local restaurant, and if all else fails, there is something called the internet. I invite you to stop in and check out our fabulous menus at Whitfield’s, The Harding House, and our most convenient-to-Franklin restaurant, Bria Bistro Italiano. “Like” us in person and then “Like” us on Facebook... Happy Fall, Y’all... november| Y( )UR 37

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Thompson’s Station Fall Festival Story and Photography by Amy Hebden It was a picture perfect day in September for the 2011 Thompson’s Station Fall Festival. The day consisted of live entertainment, kid’s activities, the Tennessee Equine Hospital Open House, dance performances, arts and crafts and of course great food. The Chili Cook-Off was sensational and the competition was fierce. The winners for the Judges Pick were Todd Masters of Jack of Hearts BBQ with his “Jack of Hearts Brisket Chili” and Steve Clifton and his “Deadly Illusions Chili.” Jack of Hearts also won the People’s Choice category. All proceeds from the Thompson’s Station Fall Festival will benefit the Thompson’s Station Community Association, which in turn benefits the community’s parks and recreation facilities.

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Doug Goetsch, Bruce Meyer & Jacqueline Perrine

David Wright Sara, Scarlet & Barry Conatser

Cara Pietroski, Janelle Schroeder, Caitlyn Schwind & Kathryn Ayers

Olivia Hebden

Cindi Lahrman, Gunnar & Erica Lanius

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Bring a bounty of rich and rustic autumn accents to the table this Thanksgiving

No sooner than Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is ready to knock at our doors with equal fervor. Thanksgiving is not just about giving thanks for our many blessings but it is also an occasion wherein family members and close friends come together to enjoy each other’s company. Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away and I am very excited to be around family and friends to enjoy some delightful and delicious meals together. I love a beautifully decorated table all ready for a Thanksgiving feast. Decorating a Thanksgiving dinner table is a very old tradition. The idea behind table arrangements is to make your guests feel welcome while eating their meal. An authentic dinner table has a variety of things placed on it like china, a specific arrangement of cutlery, glassware for water and drinks, napkins folded neatly in their holders, and of course a centerpiece. Here the vibrancy of autumn shines through with aged wood and the color of leaves and mums. A mix of antique dinner and dessert plates, vintage amber glasses, and the simplicity of candles sets the mood. Jewel tones and saturated color heighten the appearance of the Thanksgiving table and celebrate the season’s bright foliage. The burnished finishes unify the look of the

table, and the display lets you enjoy objects you love but don’t always have the opportunity to use. Favorite items like colorful linen napkins or a few family heirlooms also inspired the overall look. Employ a sideboard to keep plates and glassware handy for the second course and the dining table uncluttered. So this year set your table to reflect the warm colors of the season. I hope you are blessed to be around the family and friends you hold most dear. For each new morning with its light, For rest and shelter of the night, For health and food, For love and friends, For everything Thy goodness sends. - Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Footloose Premiere



Story and photography by K. York

Kenny Wormald & Julianne Hough

It was a star-studded evening in downtown Franklin as the red carpet was rolled out for the remake of the classic “Footloose� movie premiere. Fans lined Main Street in front of the historic Franklin Theatre to sneak a peek at their favorite stars. Julianne Hough, Kenny Wormald, Blake Shelton and Big & Rich excited the crowd posing for a few pictures and signing autographs. Artists Whitney Duncan, Hunter Hayes and actress Jana Kramer, who perform songs on the soundtrack, also made their way onto the red carpet, along with American Idol finalist Lauren Alaina. Trace Adkins was even seen by a lucky few as he slipped into the theater. It was a night in Franklin to see the stars shining on Main Street!

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Emma & Charlotte Lemke

Aerison Ingle

Emma Montague, Madeline Scholl & Hannah Key

Big & Rich

Shannon Weber, Karissa Moy & Greer Martin

Susanna Keller, Julia Fenn & Ken Winslette Janet, Michael & Courtney Harris

Scott & Sterling Toncray

Cassidy Morgan & james Ervin Elizabeth Tubbs, Charlotte Perry, Galyn Brown, Chrissie & Grant Luzier

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Les Mosier, Gail McDaniel & Joyce Mosier

Building Bridges through Art

Once we have 1000 fans, one lucky person will receive a

$100 restaurant gift card

Story and Photography by Anna Robertson

CharacterEyes hosted the Building Bridges Through Art at their shop in downtown Franklin recently. Artist and teacher, Gail McDaniel and her students showcased and sold their artwork at this event to benefit BRIDGES Domestic Violence Center of Williamson County. For more information on BRIDGES Domestic Violence Center, go to

Bonnie & Dan Fowler

Is proud to announce the launch of our new website:

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Marsha Henson, Cindy Core & Michelle Smith



Kathy Fox & Patti Martin

...of course, you can continue to follow us on facebook and twitter, too.

Gail McDaniel & James Tilley

Margaret Gurley, Ginna Campbell, Linda Jackson & Donna Duke

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Laurie Holtsford, Karen Johnson & Lola Davis

Jo Newton, Megan Henderson & Emily Abell Bell & Pam Trenouth

A Vintage Affair Grape Stomp Story & photography by Anna Robertson

Stephanie Williams, Jill Beck & Kathy Drury

This year’s Grape Stomp at Animalia was an amazing success! With teams of stompers, costumes, wine, good food and live music, there was no better way to spend a fall day in Williamson County. A Vintage Affair added this fabulous event in 2010 and it was such a hit, that even more people participated this year. AVA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising money and awareness for Williamson County charities benefiting women and children in need. You can see the annual lineup of events at

Paula Fairchild, Andrea Santee, Rick Marino & Lelani Davenport

Adrianne Creed, Margaret Owens, Josie Oakley & Nicole Mador Denise Fletcher, Rachel Young, Debbie Thompson & Diana Hodges

Nick & Amy Shelton, David & Shari Fox, Susan DeGarmo

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David Landrum, Robert Blair, Christina Coleman & Marianne Schroer


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Rosie Cannon, Dan Holmes & Brian Holmes

Heather Beal, Chuck Blackburn, Robbie Beal & Marcia Blackburn

Christi Lassen & Seth Wiebe

Stephanie Harris, Dennis Miller & Joni Hendrix

Barbara Nowak & Beverly Pittmen

Kenny Young, Ralph Drury, Charles Pareigis & Scott Kaiser

Tracey Little, Branden True & Felicia Mathis

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Elizabeth & James August 6, 2011

Elizabeth Leigh Adgent and James Harold Daughdrill IV were united in marriage August 6, 2011 in an evening ceremony at First Presbyterian Church in Franklin. Reverend Christopher Joiner and Reverend Ryan Jensen of Mobile, Alabama conducted the ceremony. The bride was led into the sanctuary to “Highland Cathedral� by Tom Wilhoite, bagpipe, and Julia McGirt, organist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Adgent of Franklin, TN. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Berry Jewell of Franklin and Mrs. Robert Lewis Adgent of Nashville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Harold Daughdrill III of Atlanta. He is the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. James Daughdrill, Jr. of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Murl Hall of Houston, Tx.        Augusta Jones. The dress was beaded alencon lace, with a custom sweetheart neckline and chapel length train. It was complimented by a 1937 vintage satin sash from the wedding dress of her late grandmother, Mrs. John Berry Jewell Jr. and a cathedral length veil.

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          white hydrangeas, Tibet roses, and white lilies were arranged by Queen Anne’s Garden (Lyn Davis) and Branches. The brides’ sister, Kathleen Lauren Adgent, was maid of honor. The groom’s father, James Harold Daughdrill,III served as his son’ best man. Following the ceremony, an evening of dinner, dancing and celebration were enjoyed at Jamison Hall at the Factory in Franklin.         by Anita Hogan and Hugh Houser of H Three Events. The dance music was provided by the Gino Speight band. The delicious food was provided by Something Special caterers and the wedding cakes were by Dessert Designs. Memories of the wedding day were captured by Andrea Hallgren photography. Jim is a graduate of McCallie School in Chattanooga and the University of Pennsylvannia. Libby is a graduate of Battle Ground Academy in Franklin and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. After a honeymoon in the Dominican Republic, Libby and Jim are now residing in Chattanooga, Tn.


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Patisserie (puh-tis-uh-ree) a shop where pastry & breads are made and sold. Marcia’s Patisserie is like a day in Paris. The refined, elegant French Tea Salon where you can choose from 100 of the world’s best teas, or a luxurious cup of chocolate where daily Baguettes, Croissants, Macaroons, Monte Blancs, Crepes, Beignets, and Croque Monsieur are prepared.

Breakfast, Lunch, and Bakery. Patisserie open 7 a.m. till 9 p.m. Mon- Sat. 98 East Main Street @ First Avenue Historic Downtown Franklin |


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(T) Didi Rainey, Deb Grant, Tara Piergies, Karen Norton, Sharon Burbage, Hank Delvin Sr., Cindy Delvin, James Gardner, Rhonda Palmer (B) Hank Delvin Jr. Kristy Williams, Ryan Palmer, Jim Norton, Lindsay Palmer

Harvest Under the Moon Story and Photography by Amy Hebden

Cara Thomas, Molly O’Rourke, Megan Proctor & Jenna Wolczyk

Theresa Brock, Aimee Sufka, Donna Linton & Pam Proctor

On a moonlit evening in October the Franklin Farmer’s Market (FFM) presented the first “Harvest Under the Moon” dinner event at the Factory at Franklin market shed. Whole Foods Market Chef Michael Martin and Chef Lou Phillips created an exquisite “Farm to Table” menu using the region’s freshest ingredients from local farmers. Guests had the opportunity to meet local farmers from the FFM as well as bid on an array of silent auction items. Proceeds from this event benefit the FFM and their local farmer members. The FFM is a non-profit agricultural organization that works to keep Tennessee’s beautiful farmlands green and growing and is open year-round.

Annie & Greg Sims

Michael Martin, Hank Delvin and Lou Phillips&

Isiah & Regina Hughes

Robin & John Diffendal

Shane & Alex Kelly

Marilyn Lehew & Patricia Kriebel

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Williamson Medical Center and Vanderbilt Announce Affiliation Agreement Williamson Medical Center and Vanderbilt University Medical Center leaders today announced a strategic affiliation agreement which formalizes and broadens existing collaborative relationships between the two institutions. The affiliation agreement establishes a formal framework and creates significant opportunities for both parties to work together to broaden the scope of health care services within Williamson County. The affiliation agreement immediately creates the pathway for the two institutions to formally collaborate and form joint partnerships within a broad base of services including: cancer care, primary care, diagnostic imaging services, outpatient ambulatory surgery, outpatient physician practices and medical office building development. Vanderbilt already has a significant presence within Williamson County, currently operating more than 20 specialty outpatient clinics at 17 locations within the county’s borders. Williamson Medical Center has long been the choice for residents in Williamson County and surrounding areas, with more than 550 credentialed physicians representing 53 specialties and sub-specialties. Williamson Medical Center is a 185-bed hospital fully accredited by The Joint Commission. Providing comprehensive inpatient and outpatient care including EMS, the communityfocused hospital also offers a wide range of wellness services, screenings and classes. With 225 providers and more than 500 staff already providing a wide array of health care services, Vanderbilt’s Williamson County clinics and outpatient surgery facilities experience more than 350,000 patient visits each year.The two institutions share a longstanding partnership with Vanderbilt’s Williamson County physicians referring their patients to Williamson Medical Center for surgical procedures and other inpatient services. For more information about Williamson Medical Center, visit www., or for more information about Vanderbilt University Medical Center, visit

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40” TV’s for every sporting event Over 28 beers on draft & 48+ bottled beer

2 private rooms available & 2 outdoor patios

GIFT CARD PROMOTION Buy a Gift Card November 20-27: Buy $50 & receive a $10 FREE card Buy $100 & receive a $25 FREE card Calendar of Events November 13 - Budlight Girls November 20 - Miller Light Girls December 4 - Titans Cheerleaders & Fundraiser for Second Harvest Food Bank December 18 - Miller Light Girls Jonathan’s Grille 7135 South Springs Drive Franklin, TN 37067 615.771.0355 november| Y( )UR 47

Noshville Wins Outstanding Community Service Awardfrom the Tennessee Hospitality Association


Happy Tales Humane Celebrates 15 Years of Rescue, Care and Education in Mid. TN


appy Tales Humane, a no-kill animal shelter based in Franklin, TN and serving all of Middle Tennessee, is proud to announce that October marks their 15 year anniversary of service. In addition to accomplishing 15 years of service to the community, the shelter took home top honors from the Nashville Paw Magazine 2011 Readers Choice Awards, being named Best Animal shelter and Kat Hitchcock, Executive Director of Happy Tales Humane, received a Humane Heroes Award fromNashville Paw. Happy Tales Humane would

Jack Wood, Chairman Emeritus of Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Honored as Volunteer of the Year by Nashville Downtown Partnership


ack L. Wood, the Chairman Emeritus of architecture and engineering firm Barge Waggoner Sumner and Cannon, Inc. (BWSC), was honored by the Nashville Downtown Partnership as its 2011 Volunteer of the Year. More than 900 people attended the awards presentation at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel that featured guest speakers Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and Nashville Major Karl Dean. Wood, who served as Chief Executive

Tennessee Justice Center Awarded Grant for Work with Children


he Tennessee Justice Center (TJC) has been awarded a $32,966 grant from Baptist Healing Trust to support TJC’s Legal Advocacy, Education, Services, and Empowerment (LEASE) program which works to ensure access to medical care for children in middle Tennessee. This is the third time that TJC has received a grant from Baptist Healing Trust (BHT), a private grantmaking foundation that strives to further the work of Middle Tennessee nonprofits providing health services to underserved populations. Since 2008, BHT awarded TJC more than $100,000 in support of LEASE.

New Bridal & Formal Store Opens In Downtown Franklin


he Spoiled Lady Bridal & Formal Salon celebrated a grand opening event recently with friends. The salon, which opened its new location at 1261 Columbia Avenue in Franklin, offered tours, treats and beverages. The Spoiled Lady is a full service Bridal and Formal wear salon. They have been serving Columbia and the surrounding areas for almost 20 years, and have now brought their business to Franklin. Locally owned and operated, The Spoiled Lady takes great pride in their unparalleled customer service, competitive pricing, and the overall experience of finding

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like to thank their volunteers, fosters, donors, Williamson County and all of Middle Tennessee for helping achieve 15 years of service to the community. For more information, go to

oshville, the Nashville area’s favorite New York-style delicatessen, has won the 2011 Outstanding Community Service Award presented annually by the Tennessee Hospitality Association (TnHA). The award honors Noshville for partnering with the March of Dimes to create the annual St. Patty’s Day Green Eggs and Ham breakfast benefiting the March for Babies and for its support of numerous other local charities. Noshville initiated its St. Patty’s Day Green Eggs & Ham benefit event in 2004 in partnership with the March of Dimes and Mix92.9 radio. The event has grown each year and received national media attention. At the awards presentation, it was pointed

Saddle Up! Super Show held October 8th

S Officer of BWSC from 1989 to 2002, was Board Chairman of the Nashville Downtown Partnership in 1998. In 2002, he played a key role in developing a successful public-private partnership between Metro Government and the Downtown Partnership for the management of Metro parking facilities and expanding the LP Field parking option. Wood continues to serve as chairman of the Access and Transportation Committee of the Downtown Partnership. During the awards program, Wood was also cited for his service as an outstanding Board member at the Adventure Science Center, where Jack Wood Hall is a meeting and banquet room with a panoramic view of downtown Nashville. It was noted that at BWSC, the Jack L. Wood Excellence in Service Award is presented annually to an employee who demonstrates continuous dedication and loyalty while providing superior services.

The most recent grant award will allow TJC to continue and expand this vital program serving Tennessee children and families. The Tennessee Justice Center (TJC) is a nonprofit public interest law and advocacy firm serving Tennessee’s families. It gives priority to policy issues and civil cases in which the most basic necessities of life are at stake and where advocacy can benefit needy families statewide. TJC works to empower its clients by holding government accountable for its policies and actions. TJC was established in 1996 and is located at 301 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, TN. For additional information about the Tennessee Justice Center and its services, visit or call 615255-0331.

THE dress for your day. They have repeating customers from pageants, proms, weddings and more! For information on The Spoiled Lady, go to

aturday, Oct. 8, was a super day at Saddle Up!, as it was the annual Saddle Up! Super Show. They had 75 riders from Saddle Up! and other programs register to compete, and 69 actual participants. This was a major increase over the 40 competitors in the 2010 show. The Therapeutic Animal Partners from

Franklin Civitan Club Hosts Annual Barbecue Picnic for BrightStone


he Franklin Civitan Club recently hosted its annual barbecue picnic and bingo night for BrightStone’s special needs adults, their families, and the BrightStone staff. BrightStone has been a beneficiary of this annual event for 5 years, and each year BrightStone students and their families look forward to the evening. The Civitan Club also presented a $500 check to BrightStone to fund its programming for adults with special needs. BrightStone is a resource in the community providing job training and employment opportunities for adults who

The Hanback Group Announces Personnel Changes


he Hanback Group, a Brentwood-based employee benefits, enrollment and HR consulting company, has recently added to its staff with the addition of Jennifer Herman as account specialist. Within this role, Herman will serve as an individual insurance specialist and provide group insurance customer service. She most recently was with Zeitlin & Co. Realtors. Her community service includes volunteering with the Nassau Human Society, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and working with organizations serving senior citizens and children. Herman attended Columbia College in Columbia, Mo. The company also promoted Barb Shaffer to senior account manager. Shaffer previously served as account manager and has been with the

out that the event has proved so successful that the March of Dimes is looking at taking it to a national level. Noshville was also recognized by TnHA for its active support of the Special Olympics of Tennessee, Hands on Nashville, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Re-Tune Nashville, the Nashville Zoo, Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, Our Kids Soup Sunday, and Generous Helpings for Second Harvest Food Bank.

Columbia and Tri-State Therapeutic Riding Center from Cleveland for join Saddle Up! at this year’s show. A highlight of the day, though a bittersweet one, was the lunchtime ceremony honoring this year’s graduates from the program. Altogether about 200 ribbons and several Special Olympics medallions were awarded during the day.3845.

are developmentally disabled. If you are interested in learning more or scheduling a tour, please contact Elizebeth Tucker, Associate Director of Development, by phone at 790-4888 or by email at elizebeth. To learn more about BrightStone, visit Warriors Project’s SOLDIER RIDE, visit www.

company since inception in 2007. She has more than 30 years of experience in benefits administration and client management. Shaffer is certified by the Health Insurance Association of America as a Manager of Healthcare Professional and Health Insurance Associate and is a graduate of Michigan State University. For more info, go to www.

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Williamson County Ribbon Cuttings YOUR Community Magazine celebrats all the new businesses, venues, good and services available in Williamson County. Welcome to the community!

Creative Find-n-Design 110 East Fowlkes Street Franklin 615-591-4200

Get in Shape for Women 600 A. Frazier Dr., Ste 120 Franklin 615-771-8515

Boutique MMM 238 Public Square Franklin 615-628-8323

Franklin Wine & Spirits 1400 Liberty Pike, Suite 300 Franklin, TN 37067 In the McKay’s Mill Shopping Center 615-794-4242

Office of Constant Craving Factory at Franklin 230 Franklin Rd. Suite 814, Building 8 Franklin 615-791-1050

Sal’s Pizza & Restaurant 214 Ward Circle, Suite 400, Brentwood, TN 37027 615-661-0032

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most We know family means everything, and being there for them matters. When parents make time for annual checkups, it keeps them healthy so they can focus on what matters most. Take care of yourself so you can take care of them. Make an appointment today with a family practice physician from Williamson Primary Care by calling 615.435.7780. At Williamson Medical Center, we’re here for you so you can get back to what matters most.

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