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New Worthington Galleries Holds Grand Opening

The grand opening on July 14 at their Gallatin location celebrated Worthington Galleries’ extensive and growing fine art collection. The artwork on display is only a portion of what many consider to be the largest private art collection in the State of Tennessee. This expansive collection was amassed by a private collector over the course of a lifetime and from travels to over fifty countries. Worthington Galleries believes their collection can satisfy the needs of anyone seeking art from this uniquely varied selection of artwork. At Worthington Galleries: “We don’t just sell art, we sell history.” Worthington offers services that include private sales, consultation, restoration and conservation, auctions, and authentication. Contact their professional art team for a consultation on their many services at worthingtongalleries.com.

Goodlettsville hires chamber CEO as first tourism director

The city’s search for its first Tourism Director drew interest from some highly qualified candidates, but a local community leader emerged on top. City Manager Tim Ellis has announced the hiring of Kimberly Lynn to fill the recently created position. Lynn comes into the position from the Goodlettsville Area Chamber of Commerce, where she has served as President and CEO since 2011. She has also served as the Executive Director of Leadership Goodlettsville over the past two years. The Tourism Director position was created shortly after the City of Goodlettsville Board of Commissioners had the vision to establish a Visitors and Tourism Board. The purpose of the Board is to develop means in which to bring visitation and tourism to Goodlettsville. For more, visit goodlettsville.gov.

Heritage Law Group to host Sumner County Wills For Heroes

Heritage Law Group, PLLC will host the Sumner County Wills For Heroes workshop on September 25, 2017 in Gallatin, for all Law Enforcement Personnel, Firefighters and EMS First Responders of Sumner County. The workshop provides essential legal documents to first responder heroes in Sumner County, with all fees waived. Legal documents include wills, living wills and powers of attorney. This workshop is open to all Law Enforcement Personnel, Firefighters, and EMS First Responders of Sumner County only. Attorney Jake Mason, owner of Heritage Law Group, PLLC, will be joined by other attorneys from Middle Tennessee. Attendees will enjoy complimentary food, entertainment and local vendors throughout the day. Any net proceeds or donations from the event will be donated to The 100 Club of Sumner County. Register and complete the online form at heritagelawtn.com.

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