Monday, August 26, 2013

Recognition Photos of David and Becky Waynick owners of the Nashboro Golf Club at the Metro Council Meeting

Photos from Tuesday nights recognition of the phenomenal Attorney David Waynick and his georgeous wife Becky Rowan Waynick and their daughter Toni Rutgerson , the Nashboro Golf Club pro Jeff Page and their family and friends and our district 29 community at the Metro Council Meeting! http://www.nashville.gov/mc/resolutions/term_2011_2015/rs2013_761.htm
http://www.nashville.gov/mc/resolutions/term_2011_2015/rs2013_761.htm
FRAME FOR RESOLUTION PROFESSIONALLY DONE BY KAREN HADEN from District 29.  Her business is EAZE Framing in Nashboro at 2335 Murfreesboro Roadhttps://www.facebook.com/Eazeframing

RESOLUTION NO. RS2013-761 A resolution recognizing David and Becky Waynick, owners of the Nashboro Golf Course. WHEREAS, David and Becky Waynick, owners, along with friends and family recently celebrated the one year anniversary of the operation of the Nashboro Golf Course, of which they bought last year to save and restore it to its former success; and WHEREAS, David and Becky Waynick efforts have not gone unnoticed as they worked tirelessly on behalf of the Nashboro and surrounding communities, in preserving the Gran Dale Manor and providing affordable access to the game of golf by also preserving and restoring the area’s golf course to its original appeal; and WHEREAS, golf courses provide a focus for healthful, social and family activity, as well as, habitat for a broad range of wildlife in heavily urbanized areas; and WHEREAS, they have made tremendous improvements and are committed to the long term success of the course and the community for which it supports and surrounds; and WHEREAS, Jeff Page, PGA, Head Golf Professional, managed the golf course, Lynn Ray, of Golf Management Group, Inc., consultant; and Bill Riley Jr., served as superintendent over ground maintenance, all were instrumental in improving the Nashboro Golf Course; and WHEREAS, it is fitting and proper that the Metropolitan Council recognizes community leader’s David and Becky Waynick for their accomplishments with the Nashboro Golf Course. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY: Section 1. The Metropolitan Council hereby goes on record as recognizing David and Becky Waynick, owners of the Nashboro Golf Course. Section 2. The Metropolitan Council Office is directed to prepare a copy of this Resolution to be presented to David and Becky Waynick. Section 3. This Resolution shall take effect from and after its adoption, the welfare of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County requiring it. Sponsored by: Karen Johnson, Jerry Maynard, Megan Barry, Charlie Tygard, Tim Garrett, Duane Dominy, Lonnell Matthews, Frank Harrison, Walter Hunt, Edith Taylor Langster, Brady Banks, Scott Davis, Anthony Davis, Peter Westerholm, Fabian Bedne, Josh Stites, Karen Bennett, Chris Harmon], Burkley Allen, Sandra Moore, Jason Potts, Jacobia Dowell, Davette Blalock, Jason Holleman, Emily Evans





Saturday, August 10, 2013

Communities Take Part In Night Out Against Crime - District 29 Percy Priest Lake Area of Nashville Davidson County

NewsChannel5.com | Nashville News, Weather Communities Take Part In Night Out Against Crime Posted: Aug 06, 2013 10:32 PM CDT Updated: Aug 06, 2013 10:32 PM CDT by Janet Kim NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Communities around the nation are participating in Night Out Against Crime, including those in the mid-state. Nashville alone had nearly 50 area neighborhoods participating in this event. At Smith Springs Church of Christ in the Priest Lake community, 700 people participated in the Night Out Against Crime. With cupcakes and face painting, the event at Smith Springs Church of Christ may have seemed like any other block party. "One of the things that we've done with this event is that we've combined all of the neighborhood associations with one event," said Metro Council Member Karen Johnson. However, organizers and participants said the event is about more than just fun and games. "We can talk about problems in the area, and we can talk about concerns, so if we can just get to know each other, we work together to combat crime together," said Metro Police Commander Michele Donegan with the Hermitage precinct. The Priest Lake community is one of several communities celebrating National Night Out Against Crime's 30th year. "As you've seen over the last couple of years, our community has gotten stronger and a lot of positive turnaround has happened in this area," said Johnson. It's the kind of turnaround community leaders said comes from meeting your neighbors and knowing your law enforcement officers. "I think it's very important to form strong partnerships with police who patrol our area everyday," said Johnson. "The more interaction we can have with these police officers, the better it is that we can deter crime from the area." National Association of Town Watch is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development and promotion of various crime prevention programs. Email: jkim@newschannel5.com Facebook: Facebook.com/NC5JanetKim Twitter: Twitter.com/NC5_JanetKim

Monday, August 5, 2013

Join Everyone in Recognizing David and Becky Waynick, owners of the Nashboro Golf Course at the Metro Council Meeting Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Please Mark Your Calendars to join me at the Metro Council on Tuesday, August 20 at the Historic Metro Courthouse 6:30 pm. Arrive around 6:00 pm if you can to give time to park to help recognize and honor David and Becky Waynick for their investment in our community in buying the Nashboro Golf Course and restoring it and making it one of the best golf courses in our city! Thank you.