Among those attending F&M Banks groundbreaking for its new Indian Lake Blvd. banking facility in Hendersonville are Brad Edwards, F&M Vice President and Branch Manager; Craig Sanders, Mortgage Loan Originator; Brian Maggart, Vice President and Mortgage Manager, Steve Jackson, Sr. VP and Commercial Sales Manager; Hendersonville Mayor Scott Foster; Doug Gregory, Mortgage Loan Originator; Sammy Stuard, F&M Bank President and CEO; Dewayne Olive, F&M Executive Vice President and CFO and Amanda Foster, VP of Development for the Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce.
One-of-a-kind Nothing Bundt Cakes – a bakery specializing in nostalgic yet refreshingly modern bundt cakes – is now open in Maple Grove and announces its schedule of grand opening events to include a day to benefit The Birthday Party Project. The bakery, located in Wedgewood Center at 8085 Wedgewood Lane North is owned by Bianca Januik and Tasha Norden. Nothing Bundt Cakes offers guests a wide range of cake flavors and sizes, from bundtinis – bite-sized bundts – to larger bundts that serve 18-20 people and tiered cakes, which serve up to 26 people. Founded in 1997, Nothing Bundt Cakes is headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada. Nothing Bundt Cakes is one of the nation’s few bakery/retail locations committed to the baking of bundt cakes. The bakery specializes in offering celebration solutions for moments that matter and always enhancing their guests’ celebrations. This bakery’s opening makes a total of 165 bakeries open across 28 states. For more information, please visit nothingbundtcakes.com.
Local Florist Opens Hearts and Doors to Members of the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee
Brown’s Florist in Hendersonville, Tennessee opened their hearts and doors to members of the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee during an evening workshop on flower design in honor of World Down Syndrome Awareness Day. For more information about the 3.21Celebration contact DSAMT Executive Director, Alecia Talbott alecia@SomethingExtra.org
Collier has been presented with the RE/MAX International Lifetime Achievement Award, which honors highly successful agents who have earned more than $3 million in commissions and have completed seven years of service with the company. Collier has been working in the real estate industry for more than 25 years and has extensive experience. In addition, Collier actively supports the Hendersonville Rotary Club where she is a 27-year member, Volunteer State Community College, serving on its Foundation Board of Trustees, and Pope John Paul High School, serving on their board. She also serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at TriStar Hendersonville Medical Center.