Thursday, December 18, 2014

District 29 Begins Holiday Season with Christmas Holiday Event benefitting Metro Police Christmas Charities and Second Harvest Food Bank and with Entertainment from Lighthouse Christian Elementary Choral Students

I want to first start this post to thank the outstanding community leaders Phyllis and Leon Stinson, Sue Luttrell, Shirley Gilbert, Sue Paugh, Lorinda Hale, Alma Sanford, Jennifer and George Clarke and Emily Hale.  The incredible amount of time each of them spent to plan and put together a beautiful Christmas Holiday Event for all of us in this community is greatly appreciated beyond words.....beyond measure.  THANK YOU to EACH OF YOU from ALL OF US IN THIS COMMUNITY!  We even had a former councilman Jim Shulman who is running for Metro Council at Large chip in at the end to help clean up after the event.  He worked really really hard alongside all of us.  

For those who were not able to make it, you missed a great time with neighbors.  Below are some of the pictures from the event and a link to more.  

 Link to More Pictures here (click on the link to view more)

This event would not have been successful without the great sponsorship of our very own Southeast Nashville HomeStyle Bakery, all of the Mayoral Candidates who have declared their candidacy's to date to include Megan Barry for Mayor, Charles Robert Bone, Esq., for Mayor, Jeremy Kane for Mayor, Linda Eskind Rebrovick for Mayor, David Fox for Mayor, our Vice Mayoral candidates David Briley, Esq., for Vice Mayor, Tim Garrett for Vice Mayor, others such as our community's very own from Smith Springs Church of Christ Beecher Frasier, David Waynick, Esq., Ben Freeland, State Representatives Sherry Jones and Mike Stewart, School Board Members Tyese Hunter and Will Pinkston, and our very own Southeast Nashville Smith Springs Road Shell Station owners Duke and Misty.

Another Huge Thank You is in order for the Lighthouse Christian School's Elementary Choral Group led by teacher and Director Sue Clark and Headmaster Brian Sweatt, M.Ed.  The children who are our neighbors in the choral group are Naomi Bailey, Marielis Benitez, Alena Borges, Jack Clouse, Anysa Hodges, Cal Lopez, Cheyenne Mireles, John Mireles, Lenny Moss, Jadyn Peters, Quentin Reynolds, Daylan Smith, Laci Wall, Tessa Wallace, Emilie Webb.

Equally another shout out and a huge thank you to some of our great small businesses right here in our very own Southeast Nashville Community - Ease Custom Framing, Ensor's Comfort Shoes, Razz'z Restaurants, Angelo's Pizza, and A Greener Way, LLC formally All Natural Lawn and Garden for providing the door prizes. 

Last but not least, A HUGE THANK YOU to Ms. Hattie and her team at H&T's Homecooking here in Nashboro.  The food melted in everyone's mouths.  People are still talking about the food.  The team at H&T's Homecooking were so impressive with their hospitality and service.  They served with Style.
In Closing, the below pictures are the great gifts that each of you gave for the Metro Police Christmas Charities which were delivered to the Hermitage Precinct and the Second Harvest Food Bank which were delivered to the Hamilton United Methodist Church Second Harvest Food Bank site off Hamilton Church Road at Murfreesboro Road. 

What a way for us to begin the Holiday Season in our Community in Southeast Nashville! 
It's all about Community and ours is a great one!

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