KEY Lifelong Learning Lecture Series at Vol State Plant-based nutrition, the Vietnam War, Saudi Arabia and life on Earth are a few of the topics in the KEY Lifelong Learning Lecture Series scheduled at Volunteer State Community College this fall. The lectures began in September continue through October. Everyone is welcome to register and attend. KEY stands … Continued
Hendersonville’s WRK.PLC Dance Studio Brings Home Three National Championships Dancers from The WRK.PLC. troupe recently competed at Nexstar National Dance Competition in Orlando, Florida. Three of the routines won National Championship Awards for their age divisions, and the studio also brought home $1,750 in prize money. “Mourning Child” won the Intermediate Junior Duet category, “No … Continued
Former LAPD Detective Promoted to Vol State Dean James Brown has been promoted to dean of the Social Science and Education Division at Volunteer State Community College. For the last 10 years, he was an assistant professor of criminal justice at Vol State. James retired from the Los Angeles Police Department in 2006 after 33 years … Continued
Hendersonville Mayor Delivers State of the City Address Hendersonville Mayor Jamie Clary delivered the annual State of the City Address during the May 1, 2018 meeting of the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce. During his presentation, Clary noted the city’s accomplishments over the past 12 months, and he discussed his goals and challenges over the coming … Continued
Vol State’s New Summer Terms Allows Students to Take More Classes Starting in summer 2018, Volunteer State Community College will expand its summer terms to permit students to take more classes. As of May 21, the college will offer three-week, six-week and traditional 12-week classes. The new format will reduce the overlapping of class terms, which will increase … Continued
Union University to Host Summer Math Camp for Rising Ninth-Graders Union University will host a Connect Camp for Math at its Hendersonville campus this summer for students entering the ninth grade this fall. The goal of the camp is to help students strengthen their math skills in preparation for taking Algebra I their freshmen year. Scores from … Continued
The Goddard School of Hendersonville sponsored the Nashville Rescue Mission’s fourth annual Hearts of Hope Luncheon on February 10 at Trevecca Nazarene University. In support of the event, the school’s teachers helped in providing child care for all attendees.
The heading and phone number for Hendersonville Memory Gardens, Funeral Home & Cremation Center that was featured in last month's Readers' Choice issue under “Best Funeral Home” was incorrect. Hendersonville Lifestyle is very sorry for this error and any inconvenience this may have caused Hendersonville Memory Gardens, Funeral Home & Cremation Center or any of its valued customers. The correct phone…
The annual Hendersonville Christmas Parade was held December 3, an unseasonably warm afternoon. The parade drew a large crowd of locals and out-of-town visitors. Produced under the HolidayFest umbrella, the parade had more than 80 entrants, including floats, classic cars, clowns and musical performances by high school marching bands.
The fifth annual Hendersonville Veterans Day Parade was held on November 5. Sponsored by the city of Hendersonville, VFW Post 9851 and the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 240, this event honored all U.S. military veterans as well as today's fire, police and emergency services providers.