Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Rotary Leadership Institute Sat 9 AM · Smyrna, TN Town Center · Smyrna, TN

Rotary Leadership Institute
Sat 9 AM · Smyrna, TN Town Center · Smyrna, TN

Gain a better understanding of Rotary and hone your leadership skills! 
The Rotary Leadership Institute (Parts I, II & III) will be held in District 6760 
Registration is now open for Saturday, August 12, 2017 

The Rotary Leadership Institute will be held in Smyrna at the Smyrna Town Center, so known as the Smyrna Event Center, (located at 100 Sam Ridley Parkway, East Smyrna, TN 37167) on Saturday, August 12, 2017. This training provides a notebook for Part I participants. (Part II and III participants, do not forget your notebook.) A continental breakfast and lunch will be served in the area. 

Parts I, II & III will be held from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The registration fee of $ 50.00 per person for Smyrna members is covered by the club. You must have completed Part I to take Part II and Part II to take Part III. You can register online at www.hoa-rli.com under District 6760 or Smyrna Event Center.

National Night Out: Smyrna Police Dept. Open House


National Night Out: Smyrna Police Dept. Open House

Tuesday, August 1 at 5 PM - 8 PM
Smyrna, TN Police Department

As part of National Night Out, the Smyrna Police Department is hosting an Open House! Come see the Police Department and meet some of the men and ladies in Blue! The Traffic Division will have golf carts for DUI Awareness; our K-9's will have a demonstration; our SWAT equipment will be on display.

Sam Davis Masonic Lodge No. 661 Pancake Breakfast



Sam Davis Masonic Lodge No. 661 will hold an all-you-care-to-eat Pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday, August 5, 2017. The cost is $7.00 per person. The lodge is located at 101 Mary Law Drive, off of Nissan Drive across from Planet Fitness. Proceeds benefit the Tennessee Masonic Widows and Orphans Fund and the Sam Davis Lodge Fraternal Assistance program. For further information call: 459-4576 orhttps://www.facebook.com/samdavis661/ or http://samdavislodge.weebly.com/

Friday, July 21, 2017

Bust the Bus Sports Drive 2017


Bust the Bus Sports Drive 2017!

104.5 The Zone and Dr. Gil Center in Franklin want to BUST THE BUS with Sporting Goods!  We’re asking you to donate new or gently used sporting goods for children in need as they head back to school!  We’re looking for all kinds of sporting equipment including jerseys, balls, gloves, cleats, stop watches, safety equipment and so much more!  You can donate your good at participating area Planet Fitness locations, at Dr. Gil’s office in Franklin or right here at the 104.5 The Zone studios!

Register THIS Saturday!

Register THIS Saturday!



Smyrna Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Party!


Smyrna Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Party!
Prepare to come to the Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Party! We'll have activities, games, Kona Ice and Music!
Tuesday, August 21st, Noon until 2:00pm, outside the Smyrna Outdoor Adventure Center, 100 Sam Ridley Parkway East.
The first fifty families in attendance will receive "viewers"!

TRAFFIC ADVISORY for Friday July 21 at 8pm thru Monday July 24 at 5am



TRAFFIC ADVISORY for Friday July 21 at 8pm thru Monday July 24 at 5am: The five lanes of Lowry street at Harts Branch Bridge will be reduced to two lanes for bridge and sidewalk work. Use alternate routes this weekend to stay out of the expected traffic slowdowns in this area.

Thursday, July 20, 2017


T.J. Maxx closing Antioch store as new Smyrna location opens Discount chain's move continues flight of retail further south even as Antioch expects boost from planned Ikea store. Check out this story on Tennessean.com: http://www.tennessean.com/story/money/real-estate/2017/07/20/t-j-maxx-closing-antioch-store-new-smyrna-location-opens/494548001/

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Heat Safety Tips

Heat Safety Tips - US National Weather Service Nashville Tennessee

WORDS OF WISDOM

WORDS OF WISDOM

Monday, July 17, 2017

Captain Jeff Kuss USMC Memorial

The Town of Smyrna is saddened by the passing of Volunteer Chaplain Leonard Rader. Our prayers are with his wife, Linda, and the rest of the Rader Family.

The Smyrna Police Department regrets to inform everyone that last night Volunteer Chaplain Leonard Rader passed away after a valiant struggle with cancer. Chaplain Rader had been serving as a Volunteer Chaplain for almost 8 years. In that 8 years Chaplain Rader had been called out numerous times to give the news to someone that a loved one had passed away and Chaplain Rader met the emotional and spiritual needs of many families that were struggling with the loss of a loved one. Chaplain Rader had often volunteered his services to citizens that were in need of a pastor for a wedding or a funeral. And Chaplain Rader counseled many police officers, dispatchers, and other employees as they dealt with their own personal crisis. To Chaplain Rader’s wife Linda and the rest of his family please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers as you deal with your loss. The members of the Smyrna Police Department are very proud to have served alongside a wonderful public servant such as Leonard Rader. We miss you already Chaplain.


Saturday, July 15, 2017

Krazy Kidz Day



Krazy Kidz Day
Saturday, August 26 at 10 AM - 12 PM
Rock Springs Family Chiropractic
325 Sam Ridley Pkwy W, Smyrna, Tennessee 37167

MAXIMIZED LIVING HEALTH CENTER & THE SMYRNA COMMUNITY WELCOME YOU!

It’s back to school time but kids still want to have fun! Bring the whole family and all the neighborhood kids. Enjoy all the activities, enter to win prizes, get a free spine check and much, much more!

We are celebrating kids with this exciting back to school bash. Filled with kids fun and activities. We are getting the whole community involved in the fun. We will have ...
A Fire Truck
Games
Prizes
Gifts
Face Painting
Snacks
and Much More

Tuesday, July 11, 2017


Speed Dating with Books



Speed Dating with Books 

Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 7 PM - 8 PM CDT
Linebaugh Public Library System
105 W Vine St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130-3573


Thought about Speed Dating? Try it with Books at Linebaugh Public Library!

Linebaugh Public Library is hosting a fun evening for book lovers on Thursday, September 8, at 7 p.m. with a new twist to speed dating. Tables will be set up for participants to sit across from each other as questions are asked about different book types and what they like to read.

As the bell rings, people will move, allowing everyone a chance to get new insights on book titles and topics. As friends are made and suggestions given, participants will have a gift pen and notepad to write down what they’re learning and make a reading list for the days to come.

Linebaugh Branch Librarian Carol Ghattas says: “It’s a fun way to get to know new people in our community and share a common love of books and reading at the same time. We will have several from our library book and writers groups attending, so it will also be a great time to get connected with these groups as well.”

Friends of Linebaugh will be providing light refreshments as well as a "blind date" for each participant--a wrapped book to take home and enjoy. Just another fun way to widen your reading horizons.

Bring a friend and come for a free, fun evening of all things books!

Thursday, July 6, 2017

AUG 5 Smyrna Parks 5K Challenge & Monty Mile


AUG 5 Smyrna Parks 5K Challenge & Monty Mile

Run, walk or jog the 19th annual Smyrna Parks 5K event on Saturday, August 5 at the Sharp Springs Natural Area. Register online or in person at the Smyna Parks office. Register at Academy Sports + Outdoors on July 29.from 10am-3pm. The cost is $30 pre register and $35 the day of the race.

Call (615) 459-9773

WORDS OF WISDOM


WORDS OF WISDOM

Gregory Mill Park: A Great Place For Family Outings

    Gregory Mill Park
    Park Hours: 7:00am - 9:30pm 
    (subject to close due to inclement weather)
    Splash Pad Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11:00am - 6:00pm
                                  Friday-Sunday, 10:00am - 6:00pm

    Max Capacity at Shelter: 50

    This 48 acre park is leased from the United States Corps of Engineers and is best known for the popular splash pad. After obtaining a lease for the property in 2004 the town renovated and developed this park by adding a new shelter, new restrooms, additional parking, lighting and a splash pad. A .45 mile walking trail, additional restrooms and fencing were constructed after the June 2006 grand opening in order to better serve the frequently visited park.

    The shelter, named after the late Bobby Campbell, is a popular place for groups wanting to enjoy this scenic park. Mr. Campbell was instrumental in developing and maintaining many parks and town facilities during his time as a town employee. Gregory Mill Park also connects to the greenway system via sidewalks which run throughout the town.
    Make your reservation today!

    Tuesday, July 4, 2017

    Have a happy and safe Independence Day Smyrna!

    Monday, July 3, 2017

    Hello everyone!
    I hope all is well with you and your families. The mantle has been passed to a new admin as you all well know. My family has lived and worked in Tennessee for over 40 years and Smyrna for over 10 years now. We love the environment, the people and the atmosphere in our beloved city.  Given this, I will do my personal best to maintain the high standards that have been set and continue to be a useful resource for our community.

    Sincerely,
    Jarvis Sheffield 
    This Is Smyrna 
    Administrator