Hearts to Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers, Greenwood Councilman Ezra Hill, Greenwood Fireman Tracy Rumble, Scott Eanes from Take-A-Root, employees from Walgreens and employees from Carvers for being dunkees in the Greater Greenwood Kiwanis Dunk Tank at the Greenwood Freedom Festival. Hearts also to all of the Kiwanis members that volunteered their time. All of the funds raised at this event will go to the benefit of two Northeast Elementary School girls going through chemotherapy at Riley Hospital for Children.
Rosemary Cunningham, president, Greater Greenwood Kiwanis Club
Grateful hearts to Shelby Materials for donating a portion of the cement for the new Vietnam Veterans Memorial being built at Proctor Memorial Park. Humble, happy hearts to D&M Concrete, specifically Doug Rees for overseeing the concrete portion of the memorial. Doug and his team coordinated the excavation and forming of the site plus all the labor in the finishing of the concrete. Also, Michael Shotts, Terry Plumley and Janet Caraboa, your dedication to honoring these heroes is appreciated. On top of all of your hard work, your “Proud to be an American” discount really impacted our project!
We would like to sincerely thank the members of the Franklin Redevelopment Commission for their leap of faith and the mayor’s office and city council for their verbal support of allowing the opportunity to bring the Old Post Brew Pub to downtown Franklin.
The Old Post Holdings LLC,
The railroad crossings in Franklin are terrible and dangerous. Could the rail company fix them before I have to buy a new car?