Thursday, November 28, 2013

Happy Thanksgiving, Upcoming Brush Pickup, Meeting with Mayor Dean, Metro Police and more
Happy Thanksgiving, Upcoming Brush Pickup, Meeting with Mayor Dean, Metro Police and more

Thanksgiving is a time to remember what we are Thankful for.  Wishing each and everyone, as we enjoy Thanksgiving today with our families and friends, a Holiday filled with joy, happiness, and love.

Our Districtwide Holiday Event will be even more fun than last year!  A special thank you to all the volunteers (Sue Paugh, Phyllis and Leon Stinson, Cynthia Dirkson, Angela Greer, Darlane and Doug Green, Amber Mitchell, Laura Curatolo, Cathy Hutto, Lorie Collins, Deborah Mellencamp, Eloise Hill, Rochelle Wright, Shirley Sartain, Sara Yahola, Alma Sanford, George and Jennifer Clarke) who attended our planning meetings and have worked tremendously hard on all aspects of our upcoming event.  What an awesome team!  We will be thanking all the many contributors and sponsors, but want to thank at this time the YMCA Camp Widigiwagan for the lovely facility by the lake and Homestyle Bakery and Publix for their continued support as a great community partner/sponsor as well as our very own Small Business owner ROOF RESTORE-OUTDOOR PROWASH for their significant partnership/sponsorship this year.
Look forward to seeing everyone at the event.  Please share this email with others. Anyone still interested in helping the planning committee with flyer distribution, set up and clean up for the day of the event, please email me at  Thank you! 



Mark your Calendar!
Mayor Karl Dean is the special guest speaker at the 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 3rd meeting being held at the Crossings Event Center, 5380 Hickory Hollow Parkway, Antioch, TN 37013.  SPECIAL NOTE: This meeting is a week earlier than our normal monthly meeting date, in order to accomodate the Mayor's schedule. 
The CNAP Education Committee will roll out their new publication Educational Excellence - Antioch and present the Mayor with an introductory copy.  Copies will later be made available to the Nashville Chamber of Commerce business recruiters and local real estate professionals.  Presenters from Nashville State Community College's Randy Rayburn Culinary School and the Antioch High School Culinary Class will speak, along with Will Pinkston, MNPS School Board Member updating us about the Smith Springs Road Elementary School and CNAP Board Member Karen VanCleave, will give details about CNAP's sponsorship of the Middle Tennessee Regional Scripps Spelling Bee scheduled for March 15, 2014.
We hope everyone has a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday and if you are traveling, that you will arrive safely. See you back in Antioch on December 3rd!
The CNAP Team
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Crossings Nashville Action Partnership is a 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation, organized in June 2012, (as a successor to The Hickory Hollow Aciton Partnership founded in February 2010.)  Its mission is to enhance the area in the Southeastern section of Davidson County, Tennessee through the combined efforts and partnerships with businesses, organizations, educational institutions and area residents. Our mailing addres is P.O. Box 1712, Antioch, TN 37011-1712.

Posted by Karen VanCleave: For those that don't know what CNAP is it is a group of businesses and residents in the Southeast Davidson County that work together as a community to bring new businesses, events and whatever else we can think of to the community and we help support other events. We have different committees that you are more than welcome to join. Hope to see you at the next meeting and if you can't make it because you work during the day we have you covered cause the meeting in January will be an evening meeting. Remember we as a community working together can make a difference!!


Metro Nashville Public Works Department is scheduled to begin Brush and Leaf collections in our area (area 4) beginning on Thursday, December 05, 2013
To ensure that your brush will be collected, you should have limbs and all other yard waste out and ready for pick-up by the date above. Place only limbs, branches and true yard waste by the curb for brush crews. Lumber, household trash and other types of debris found in your brush pile means it won't get picked up. Brush piles should not be placed close to mailboxes, utility poles, fences, trees, other stationary objects, in ditches or near storm drains. The mechanical arm of the knuckle boom truck needs enough room to lift the brush pile up and into the trailer pulled behind the truck.
Place leaves in biodegradable paper bags only. Paper biodegradable bags can be purchased at most hardware stores, Wal-Mart's, Target, Home Depot, etc. Public Works also has a supply of these bags available for purchase at the Omohundro Convenience Center: 5 bags for $3.00 and 10 bags for $6.00. Plastic bags will not be picked up.

Holiday Trash and Recycling Collection

Trash is not collected on New Year’s Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day or Christmas Day. Any collection day that falls on one of these holidays will be picked up on Saturday of that week.
Anyone with Trash Collection on Friday which is the day after Thanksgiving, please have your trash out!  There is trash collection Friday!
From Tanya Hans
The Greater Antioch Chamber of Commerce
Please join us Saturday for our Community Scavenger Hunt. All Details are below. We look forward to seeing you for a day of fun. Santa will be in the area for FREE pictures!
We hope everyone has a Wonderful Thanksgiving with Family and Friends. Please remember to ask everyone to join us for an Old Fashioned Day of Fun with The Antioch/SouthEast Nashville Scavenger Hunt on Saturday. Join us to have Lots of Fun, Enjoy Good Food, do your Christmas Shopping and Win Gift Certificates! We look forward to seeing you.
Items can be found in the businesses listed below
When you find the item take a picture or write down the name of the business and what item was found and where it is located within the store. Hint - All items are associated with a Christmas Song.
After you find all items you may e-mail your pictures or list with your name and address and phone number to You may also drop off your list at All Natural Garden Center.
Give us the name of the song associated with the items for an extra 10 points each!
We will notify all prize winners after all information has been verified. We will announce all winners no later than Sunday at 5:00 p.m. Once you have been verified as a winner we will contact you and give you information on how to claim your prize pack. You may also ask to be notified of all winners. By participating in The Scavenger Hunt you give us permission to use your name on the list of winners should you win. We will not share any information other than your name.
First Prize is over $125.00 of Gift Certificates 2nd Prize and 3rd Prizes are over $50.00 in Gift Certificates

Good Luck and Happy Hunting

Items to be Found and Points Earned for Each Item

The Following are Participating Businesses and Sponsors;
Not All Stores will be open til 6:00 pm., Please See Notations Below for Early Closings.

1.All Natural Garden Center 4088 Murfreesboro Pike, About 3-1/2 miles South of Bell Road, 615-641-2115 Santa will be available at All Natural Garden Center for FREE Photo’s from 12 noon until 4:00 p.m.

2. Eaze Custom Framing, 2335 Murfreesboro Pike, Near Nashboro, 615-361-1667 Closes at 2:00 p.m.

3. Eddies Mexican, 5325 Mt. View Rd, Next to Kroger, 615-891-4352

4. Ensor’s SAS Shoes, 4022 Nolensville Pike, About ½ mile North of
Harding Place, 615-834-7458 Closes at 5:00 p.m.

5. Homestyle Bakery, 2709 Murfreesboro Road, Just South of Bell Road,
615-367-2355 Closes at 4:00 p.m.

6. Rons BBQ and Fish, 2427 Antioch Pike at Blue Hole Road,615-499-4980

7. Shineworthy Teas, Located in Global Mall at Crossings, Lower Level, Center Court, 615-717-3326

8. 360 Burger, 5356 Hickory Hollow Pkwy, Around the Corner from Diamond Outlet, 615-730-8798

Additional Sponsors; no items are hidden in their locations.
When you are looking for a hotel, consider Airbnb. You are supporting a local business. You can rent a room, a floor, a house, a tree house, a trailer, the ideas are endless
If you are looking for hospitality in Nashville, consider Tom and Beth at or or call 615.739.0386 for more info.

Home Run Pet Care
Pet Sitting, Dog Walking, Pet Taxi and more

Thirty One GC GIFTS
Amanda Robinson
(615) 202-6137

We Thank all of the Participating Businesses, and Sponsors for Making this Day of Old Fashioned Fun Possible.

The Holiday Expo at Lakeshore Christian Church has a facebook page please like it and share with your friends we need to get the word out to everyone who wants to be a vendor and for people to know when it is so they can come. Thanks


MOVING TO DISTRICT 29 (MOVE HAS BEEN DELAYED TO THE FIRST OF DECEMBER!) They will be located in the Nashboro Village Kroger Shopping Plaza!  More information coming soon!



OFFICE HOURS:  Next Office Hours - No office hours for December due to the Christmas Holiday.
Office Hours will resume in January 2014 and will be scheduled at our 
Nashboro Golf Course Grill "On the Green Pub and Grille !
I want to thank Shineworthy Teas for hosting office hours on Saturday, November 23, from 10:00-12:00 noon,. Shineworthy Teas  which is located at the Global Mall at the Crossings (business owners Mr. and Mrs. Randall Cordell are District 29 residents!)  I enjoyed a great "Cup of Serenity Tea" which consisted of green tea, camomile, lemongrass and peppermint.  To top off the great conversations at this wonderful relaxing tea shop, they have free WIFI!
Office Hours are held every 4th saturday monthly - please come out and share your ideas, concerns and issues with me.  The location is being changed each month to support our area businesses. Thank you!

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