Women Impacting the Community Awards

The annual Women Impacting the Community Awards Celebration was held February 13 at the Long Hollow Gardens and Nursery event venue. More than 200 business and professional women attended the program, which featured a trio of motivational speakers and the recognition of impact award winners. 

Mary’s Magical Place Groundbreaking

Mary's Magical Place held a groundbreaking February 15 for a new all-inclusive playground at Veterans Park in Hendersonville. Currently under construction, Mary's Magical Place is on track for completion before the end of spring 2018.

Sherwin-Williams of Hendersonville-
Saundersville Road Ribbon-Cutting

The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting for the new Sherwin-Williams location on February 8. The store is located at 118 Saundersville Road in Hendersonville.

“By the Fire,” Monthaven Arts & Cultural Center Black History Month Celebration

The Monthaven Arts & Cultural Center in Hendersonville celebrated Black History Month through a unique art exhibit called "By the Fire: Heart. Home. Heritage." The exhibit ran from February 10 through March 21, and it featured inspirational works by artists Helen LaFrance and Henry Jones.

Around Town – April 2018

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.

From Soil to Soul

Nestled in a rustic area just a few miles from Hendersonville is scenic Madison Creek Farms, located on Willis Branch Road in Goodlettsville. Owned by Mark and Peggy Marchetti, daughter of country music superstar Loretta Lynn, the homestead is a model for sustainable, organic farming in Sumner County. More than 6 acres of the 38-acre farm is dedicated to growing…

Best of Both Worlds Eco

The 2018 Chevrolet Volt is one of the most popular hybrid cars according to Serra Chevrolet dealership owner Barry Carver. 

Local Goodness Without Having to Leave Home

Over the past few years, there has been a steady rise in consumer demand for locally sourced, sustainable goods. Savvy Hendersonville shoppers are no strangers to this trend and desire to purchase fresh foods and personal care products without leaving home.

Affordable Living through Recycling

Reuse. Renew. Restore. These three simple words describe the mission of the Habitat ReStore of Sumner County. Both a retail store and a warehouse, ReStore serves a vital role in advancing reusability. Along with providing new homes for donated goods, ReStore also provides a significant funding source that helps support ongoing operations of the parent organization. 

Regina’s Sausage Hash

Regina Gammon loves to cook, particularly when her favorite produce and ingredients are fresh and in season. As the owner of Hendersonville Produce, Regina understands the difference that locally grown fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices can make in the taste of her culinary creations. She also loves the flavor that meat raised and prepared at nearby farms brings to her dishes.