Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements

Fall Community Events & Announcements

Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements 

ROBERTSON COUNTY & SURROUNDING MIDDLE TENNESSEE

COMMUNITY EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

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Saturdays: Thru – Nov. 24th 8am-12pm – ANNUAL TRADITIONAL TURKEY SHOOT

AMERICAN LEGION POST 45: 2730 Hwy 41 S, Greenbrier, TN

Stock Guns Only.No Custom Guns or Barrels over 36”
Prizes Include but not Limited to: Turkey, Bacon & Country Ham

Proceeds will be assisting local veterans and American Legion Post 45 – Greenbrier, TN 37073

RC Senior Center Fundraiser

Order Early! Fresh Cut Christmas Decorations – 

Please contact us for your order and even better…please help us sell them – Everyone has relatives, neighbors, friends and church family that will be decorating for Christmas! What better way than with fresh evergreens?

Delivery/Pick Up Dates Nov. 26th – Dec. 3rd

Evergreen & Fur Wreaths – multiple sizes. Door garlands & swags, Centerpieces & Holiday Reindeer Sets. SEE FLYER

If you would like to place an order, please call 615-384-6367 or 615-516-9413. We are in FULL fundraising mode for YOUR senior center!

If you don’t wish or are unable to sell or purchase…you can still contribute by helping spread the word with via word of mouth & email!

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October 20: Safe Harbor Fall Festival – Games, demos, retired racehorses, and more family-friendly fun

Cottontown, TN – Safe Harbor Sanctuary (previously Safe Harbor Equine & Livestock Sanctuary) will host a fundraiser Fall Festival on Saturday, October 20, from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Festivities will begin at the Safe Harbor Training Center, 3585 Highway 76, with a kids’ costume contest. Admission to the festival is free, with a mix of paid and free activities available for all ages.

Activities throughout the day will include games, pumpkin painting, bounce houses, pony rides, buggy rides, equine demonstrations, vendors, food, kiss-the-cow booth, petting farm, a huge tack sale, and more. A shuttle will provide easy transportation between three Safe Harbor foster farms so that attendees can easily enjoy a wide range of activities. Safe Harbor volunteers will be available to discuss the non-profit’s foster farm system, introduce adoptable animals, and answer questions.

All proceeds from the event will benefit Safe Harbor Sanctuary, a 100% volunteer-staffed horse and large animal rescue organization based in middle Tennessee and 100% funded by private donations. For more information, please visit www.safeharborsanctuary.org.

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October 20: Trick or Read – Millersville Public Library

Join us next Saturday, October 20th from 11:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. for our spooktacular Trick or Read event.

FOOD, GAMES, STORIES & SCAVENGER HUNT

Kids of all ages will be able to make lollipop ghosts, edible spiders and witches hats, decorate masks, and go on a scavenger hunt.

Where your costumes and complete all the activities to win a free book!

1174 Louisville Hwy Millersville, Tennessee – (615) 448-6959

We hope to see you there!

October 20: Everett’s SuperHero Fun Run – White House Greenway @ White House High School

Support Everett (White House, Tn)

We hope you can all join us for Everett’s SuperHero Fun Run! Saturday, October 20 at 9 AM – 1 PM at White House Greenway @ White House High. Everett is a 5 year old boy who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in January of this year.

He will undergo chemo for 3 years. As you can imagine, the medical expenses are adding up and will continue to do so. We are doing this fundraiser and run to help his family with this financial worry, and to show them how much support they have during this time. The walk will begin at the Greenway in White House, TN at the White House High School trailhead. (SEE FLYER)

Registration will be $20 for adults and $15 for children (ages 12 and below) – each registration comes with a t shirt! You can also purchase Fighting for Everett bracelets for an additional $3 each if desired.

To register, you will need to send you money via paypal to EverettsSuperHeroFunRun@yahoo.com ( you can also use this direct link : https://www.paypal.me/EverettsSuperHeroFR ) or you can private message Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, textBrittany Vaught or Ashley Bradley to set up alternate payment methods. If you send money via paypal, please note what size t-shirts you will need and if you would like bracelets, please specify quantity.

There will be pictures posted to the page of the shirt and bracelet. You may also make donations via the same paypal address and include a note that it is a donation only.

*** Please Click HERE to register! ***

***In order to have your shirt on the day of the event, we’ll need your order BY September 22!!! You can still register after that date but there’s no guarantee your shirt will be here in time for the run!***

Please contact Brittany Vaught or Ashley Bradley through facebook or by email at EverettsSuperHeroFunRun@yahoo.com if you have any questions or concerns! We hope you are all able to come out and enjoy the morning with us and be a part of Team Everett!!

October 20: A supply and fundraising drive to support Walden’s Puddle

SATURDAY OCTOBER 20, 2018  10 A.M. – 12 P.M. (weather permitting)
Wildlife education program with animal ambassadors at 11 a.M.

A supply and fundraising drive to support Walden’s Puddle, a wildlife rehabilitation center in Middle Tennessee. Includes educational event about Tennessee wildlife and rehabilitation efforts at Walden’s Puddle. Sponsored by: CEMC Youth Ambassadors. Location: CEMC Springfield Office: 1201 5th Ave W, Springfield TN
Contact: cemcya@gmail.com

For a full list of requestable items – Click HERE

October 21: (FREE Event) Chili Supper, Hayride, Horseshoes, Gospel Singing – Calvary Baptist Church in Greenbrier. Bring your lawn chairs. Two age-appropriate playgrounds. 

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October 21: Trunk or Treat – Solid Rock Baptist Church of Greenbrier

Sunday at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM at Solid Rock Baptist Church of Greenbrier:  2327 Old Greenbrier Pike, Greenbrier, Tn.

This event is open to the Public and for Children Ages 0-5th Grade

October 21: Fall Festival – Battle Creek Baptist Church

Sunday at 5 PM – 7 PM – Fall Festival at the Battle Creek Baptist Church
2655 Battle Creek Rd, Springfield, Tn.

Join us for our annual trunk-or-treat! There will be lots of games, a bonfire, hot dog and s’mores roast, and of course, plenty of treats!

October 25: Trick or Treat at the Library

Mark your calendars! Trick or Treat at the Library is Thursday, October 25th from 5-7 pm! We will have more games spread throughout the Library. More games = more candy!

Stokes Brown Public Library at 405 White St, Springfield, Tn

October 26-28 “October Fest” Flea Market – Nashville 

(FOURTH weekend of every month)

Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m. – 6 p.m., Sunday 7 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Nashville Flea Market is always open for shopping on the FOURTH weekend of every month and is considered one of the top ten flea markets in the country. Approximately 800 to 1200 dealers and vendors from 30 states offer their wares to the buying public every month. Location: 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville, Tn

October 27: Halloween In the Park (Moss-Wright Park) Goodlettsville

Halloween In the Park will take place on Saturday, October 27th, from 1-3 pm at Moss-Wright Park.

The event will consist of a DJ, Food vendors, dancing, a pumpkin patch, crafts, games, photo booths, and treats from local businesses and organizations. This is a family-friendly event. See Flyer

There will be carnival-type food available for purchase including popcorn, shaved ice, pretzels, lemonade, and more!

Costume Guidelines:
Please remember that this is a family friendly event.
No masks are to be worn by teens or adults
No clown costumes will be permitted, except for on very young children

October 27: Clyde Riggs Elementary Fall Festival and Day of Shopping in Portland, Tn

Clyde Riggs Elementary Fall Festival and Day of Shopping will be held October 27, 2018. The festival will be at Clyde Riggs Elementary 211 Fountainhead Road Portland, TN, open from 9:00 am to 5:00 for all your festival desires. We will have over 40 vendors for shopping, food trucks, games, face painting, fire truck, police car and more!

Games will be from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm!

****NEW THIS YEAR**** Starting at 1:00 pm
PRESCHOOL THROUGH 5TH GRADE COSTUME CONTEST! $1.00 TO ENTER PER PERSON! Winner will be one boy and one girl per grade level and age group at the preschool level ****please be school appropriate with costumes (no blood or scary mask)****

The auction will start at 3:00 pm in the gym! You will not want to miss this! Donations from local merchants and vendors!

We are also excited to partner with CEMC and Highland Volunteer Fire Department for our Fall Canned Food Drive. If you would like to donate food for our community you can send it to the school with a Clyde Riggs Student or bring it with you to the festival! Join Clyde Riggs Elementary, CEMC and Highland Volunteer Fire Department in making a difference in our community!

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October 27: Halloween In The Park by Goodlettsville Parks and Rec

Saturday, October 27 at 1 PM – 3 PM – 200 Memorial Drive, Goodlettsville, Tennessee

Halloween In the Park will take place on Saturday, October 27th, from 1-3 pm at Moss-Wright Park. Halloween In The Park has become a family favorite event in the City of Goodlettsville, so we are ramping it up, even more, this year!

The event will be moved to the area surrounding Shelter 3 and the playground to create a festival type feel for all ages to enjoy! The event will consist of a DJ, dancing, a pumpkin patch*, crafts, fun games, inflatables, photo booths, and trick or treating with local businesses and organizations.

There will be carnival-type food available for purchase including popcorn, shaved ice, pretzels, lemonade, and more!

Please remember that this is a family-friendly event. See Event Flyer

Costume Guidelines:
No masks are to be worn by teens or adults
No clown costumes will be permitted, except for on very young children.

October 27 Fall Extravaganza Arts and Craft Show – Hendersonville First United Methodist

October 27, 2018, 9am-3pm: Hendersonville First United Methodist Fall Extravaganza Arts and Craft Show, 217 E Main St., Hendersonville, TN 37075

Variety of crafts, jewelry, fine art, boutique clothes, and décor. Bake Sale, Freezer Pleezers, lunch, and silent auction. Free Admission. (UMW Proceeds support local community programs) For more info visit Church website at www.HFUMC.org

October 28: Trunk or Treat – Mt Carmel Baptist Church (Cross Plains)

Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 5 PM – 7 PM – Trunk or Treat at Mt Carmel Baptist Church: 7109 Highway 25 E, Cross Plains, Tn.

Come join us for Indoor Trunk or Treat! Candy for the kids, bounce house, DJ Johnny, a balloon artist, and food. See you there!

What is Trunk-or-Treat at Mt Carmel? A fun community event.

What does it involve? Trunk-or-Treat, bounce house, DJ, balloon artist, food, and of course – CANDY!

What is INDOOR Trunk-or-Treat? A church-sponsored Halloween event where children of all ages trick or treat from room to room (instead of house to house) inside the church. Mt Carmel’s congregation will decorate their rooms and hand out candy just like at neighborhood Trick-or-Treat events. The event provides a safe family environment for trick or treaters, the children of our community, and church.

How much does it cost? The event is absolutely free!

Should my child wear a costume? Yes! Costumes are encouraged, though not required. Please remember there will be children of all ages, so no scary or gory costumes.

Do I need a bag for candy? Yes! Bring the bag you received at your school. If you didn’t receive one, bring any bag or pillow case you would like!

October 28: Byrum-Porter Senior Center In Orlinda Invites the community to Celebrate their 20th Anniversary

Byrum-Porter Senior Center: 9123 Highway 49 East Orlinda, TN

Board of Directors invites you to join us and help us celebrate our 20th Anniversary
of our current building Reception October 28, 2018 (Sunday) From 2 to 4. Program of Recognitions at 2:15

 

October 29: Chili Supper for Robertson County Historical Society

Monday, October 29 at 6 PM – 8 PM at the Robertson County Senior Citizen Center located at 601 S Locust St, Springfield, Tennessee 37172.

This is Annual Chili Supper Fundraiser for the Museum. All you can eat chili for $5 includes drink and dessert. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Museum or on the night of the event at the Senior Citizen Center. Hosted by Robertson County Historical Society. See Flyer

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October 30: Annual Chili On The Square Fundraiser! Donations Needed

On Wednesday, October 31 from 11AM til 2PM. We can take these items from now until Oct. 29: Fritos, squeezable bottles of ketchup, mustard and relish, 12 pack Coke, diet Coke, or Sprite, bottled water, plastic forks.

We need these on Monday, October 29: hot dog buns, shredded cheese, sour cream, onions. See Flyer

Homemade desserts (brownies, cakes or pies) are requested by Tuesday, October 30

October 30 Trail of Treats – City of White House, Tennessee

Tuesday, October 30 at 6 PM – 9 PM – 105 College St, White House, Tennessee 37188

Trail begins at the WH High School Greenway Trailhead @ 6PM
*All children must provide their own bag/basket for candy
*For more information, please contact the WH Parks Dept

City of White House
Parks and Recreation Department
Trail of Treats Booth Registration

The Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting Vendor registrations for the 2018 Trail of Treats. Each business / organization is asked to decorate their 10’ x 25’ booth space along the Greenway in a Halloween theme. Assigned booth numbers will be given to each participating business as they register. Decorating may begin as early as 12:00 pm on Tuesday, October 30th. The event will begin promptly at 6:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 615.672.4350 ext. 2114.

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October 31 Classic Tin Cruise In – Trunk N Treat – Springfield, Tn

We will have our 5th Annual Trunk N Treat Wednesday, October 31 at 5 PM – 8 PM at 2018 Memorial Blvd, Springfield, TN 37172.

So Bring your ghosts and Ghouls out for some Treats and maybe a Trick or Two!! This is a Family Oriented Event!! Please Park in the parking spaces behind the cruise in and walk over to the Classic Cars Area to present yourselves and get your treats!! Click To See Flyer

Contact Shelby Horner at 615-336-2257 if you have any questions!!

October 31: TRUCK -N- TREAT By Payne Chevrolet (All local businesses, churches, organizations, etc. are invited to participate) 

Attention local businesses! We need you!

Payne Invites Local Biz/Org's To Participate In Their Truck-N-Treat

(Sponsored)

Wednesday, October 31 at 5 PM – 7 PM at Payne Chevrolet – 2807 Memorial Blvd, Springfield, Tn

We are looking for vendors for this year’s Truck -N- Treat and are inviting all local businesses, churches, organizations, etc. to participate in our truck -n- treat this year. We had a great turn out last year and hope for an even better one this year!

We will be supplying trucks to participating vendors to decorate and advertise.

We provide the truck, you bring the candy and decor.

To reserve your truck, please call Susan at 615-384-5573 or email swoodard@paynechevrolet.Com or send us a message on facebook!

ATTENTION LOCAL BUSINESSES! WE NEED YOU!WE ARE LOOKING FOR VENDORS FOR THIS YEAR'S TRUCK -N- TREAT.WE PROVIDE THE TRUCK, YOU BRING THE CANDY AND DECOR. TO RESERVE YOUR TRUCK, PLEASE CALL SUSAN AT 615-384-5573 OR EMAIL SWOODARD@PAYNECHEVROLET.COM

Posted by Payne Chevrolet on Wednesday, October 3, 2018

October 31: Greenbrier Fire Dept. Touch-A-Truck, Trick-Or-Treat & Chili

(Sponsored)

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 Greenbrier fire department 790 West College St. 5 PM to 8 PM See Flyer

If you have a kid that loves or wants to be a firefighter, bring them by the Greenbrier Fire Department this Halloween! Touch a truck, trick or treat, see the fire trucks, meet the firefighters, have some chili, and grab some candy!

October 31: Pumkin Festival & Trunk Or Treat At Calvary Baptist In Greenbrier

(Sponsored)

October 31st from 6PM to 8PM at Calvary Baptist Church in Greenbrier, Tn. Children 12 and under trick or treat in the gym. Teens: 7-12th grades outdoor event with pumpkin pie eating contest, Speed Carving contest & PUMPKIN CHUNKIN CONTEST! * Church to provide pumpkins.

Calvary Baptist: 2806 US-41, Greenbrier, TN. Phone: (615) 643-7737

October 31: Trunk of Treat – Rock Springs Baptist Church

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at 6:15 PM – 8:15 PM at the Rock Springs Baptist Church: 2155 Rock Springs Rd, Greenbrier, Tn.

Please join us for Trunk or Treat Fun!

Order Early! Fresh Cut Christmas Decorations – RC Senior Center

Please contact us for your order and even better…please help us sell them – Everyone has relatives, neighbors, friends and church family that will be decorating for Christmas! What better way than with fresh evergreens? SEE FLYER

Delivery/Pick Up Dates Nov. 26th – Dec. 3rd

Evergreen & Fur Wreaths – multiple sizes. Door garlands & swags, Centerpieces & Holiday Reindeer Sets.

If you would like to place an order, please call 615-384-6367 or 615-516-9413. We are in FULL fundraising mode for YOUR senior center!

If you don’t wish or are unable to sell or purchase…you can still contribute by helping spread the word with via word of mouth & email!

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November 3: Greenbrier Bobcat Golf Invitational

Saturday, November 3, 2018 at 7 AM – 2 PM: Nashville National Golf Links
1725 New Hope Rd, Nashville, Tn.

The Bobcat Golf Invitational is to benefit the GHS & GMS Baseball teams! Please consider playing in the tournament or being a sponsor to help make much needed improvements to the Greenbrier Baseball field! To participate click here. To sponsor the event, click here.

November 8-17: Robertson County Players present Miracle On 34th Street 

The Robertson County Players present as the finale production of their 40th anniversary season Meredith Willson’s Miracle On 34th Street – the musical under the direction of Connie Smith along with choral director Daniel Rushing and featuring the Robertson County Community band with conductor Dr. Wade Smith. Choreography by Ann Love Judd.

On Thursday, November 8th at 7-pm you can be a part of the RCP’s special preview opening night and benefit CASA of Robertson County. A special advance ticket, $25 for adults, $15 for students, gains admission to the premier performance plus a generous dessert bar served at intermission. $10 of your ticket price will go directly to CASA of Robertson County.

Other performances will be November 9, 10, 15, 16, 17 at 7-pm and November 11 and 18 at 2-pm. All shows will be in the beautiful Springfield middle school theater with $1 from every ticket sold going to the SMS theater department.

Tickets are on sale now for all shows online by visiting the RCP website (RobertsonCountyPlayers.Org) and click on “Purchase tickets.” a special 6-pack is available online – buy 5 get the 6th ticket free with no add-on fees.

The Robertson County Players thanks everyone for your support over our 40-year history and look forward to helping you jump-start your holiday season with “A Miracle On 34th Street” – the musical. See Flyer

November 8: Townhall Meeting at Stokes Brown Library

Thursday, Nov. 8, 5:00 pm at the Stokes Brown Library: 405 White Street
Springfield, Tn. Join us for an opportunity to discuss the current and emerging needs of low-income individuals in our community and how we can create a brighter future moving forward. Hosted by the Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency. Refreshments will be served. Information gathered will help MCCAA develop a community needs assessment. See Flyer

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ONGOING EVENTS & LOCAL MEETINGS

Conversational English Classes – Hendersonville, TN

For local residents and newcomers who want to learn conversational English in a comfortable and friendly setting, First Baptist Church of Hendersonville offers free ESL Classes. Each week on Tuesday mornings from 10 – 11:30 am and Wednesday evenings at 6:15 – 7:45 pm, adult and teenage students are learning English as a Second Language with others from many countries and original languages. There are additional small group ESL classes on Sunday evenings.

Tuesday morning classes begin on August 7 and the Wednesday evening classes begin on August 8 and follow the Sumner County school-year calendar until May 15, 2019. All classes include materials and small group instruction at various skill levels. Free children’s activities are provided during the Wednesday evening sessions.

Classes are held in the Weekely Building at First Baptist Church, 106 Bluegrass Commons Blvd., behind the YMCA and Holiday Inn Express in Hendersonville.

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Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency is accepting applications for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) in Robertson County.

Qualified applicants may be eligible to receive a onetime payment on their home energy bill. The new program year begins July 1, 2018. Interested applicants should contact the MCCAA Robertson County outreach office for assistance, or call 615-384-1086 to have an application mailed to you. Applicants must return applications, via mail or in person to the following location:

MCCAA Robertson County: 505 Hill Street Springfield , TN
Phone: 615-384-1086

Required documentation includes proof of all household monthly income for 8 weeks from time of application, a 12-month history of your home energy bill, beginning with the most recent bill, social security cards for all household members, and a photo ID for the Head of Household. Failure to provide required documentation can result in the delay or denial of services. More information on required documentation may be obtained at www.midcumberland.org. For more information about the services provided by Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency, contact your local outreach office: The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program is funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Housing Development Agency.

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Tuesdays & Fridays : Senior Citizens Strength Training Program (RC Sr Center)

Strength Training Program at 9:30 AM at the Robertson County Senior Center: 601 S Locust St, Springfield, Tennessee 37172. Check out our monthly newsletter

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Every Wednesday – Orlinda Byrum Porter Sr Center

All games begin at 9 AM. Bring a lunch and enjoy the games! Check out our newsletter for exercise classes and other activities OR check us out online, just click here.

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Robertson County Senior Center Monthly Calendar

RC Senior Center: 601 S Locust St, Springfield, Tennessee 37172. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm. Mission: Our mission is to promote independence, wellness, and advocacy for 50+ adults, their caregivers, and their families.

We offer activities like pot-luck suppers, health fairs, breakfast trips, exercise classes, bingo, corn hole tournaments, crochet and knitting classes, music, Bluegrass nights, Friday night dances and appreciation events. The calendar is always full of events, road trips and opportunities to gather and have fellowship with old friends and new ones.

Phone(615) 384-6367
Email: elaine@rcseniorcenter.com Newsletter & Calendar

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Byrum-Porter Senior Center In Orlinda

Lots of events, activities, dance lessons and tours planned. Check out our newsletter.

Exercise/Yoga Classes. Come and check us out at the Byrum Porter Sr Center in Orlinda, Tn. Exercise offered 5 times a week. (Two Evening Classes) and YOGA twice a week. All classes are free and open to all ages. Certified teacher Sheri Link

Follow us on Facebook or check out our new website or call 615-654-3161 for more information. Check out our monthly newsletter for all the events this month.

The Byrum-Porter Harmonicas for Health program can help you:

Learn how to have better control of your breathing
Exercise the muscles that help pull air in and push air out of the lungs
Strengthen abdominal muscles for a more effective cough
Boost self-confidence, relieve stress
Socialize with others and have fun

Reported benefits include: decreased shortness of breath, increased sputum mobilization and increased quality of life.

Byrum-Porter will begin a 5 week program to learn to play beginning Tuesday, May 8th. It will be weekly for 5 weeks on Tuesdays at 1 p.m. This program is sponsored by the NorthCrest Medical Center.

Byrum-Porter has a limited supply of Harmonicas to sell so sign up for this class now and buy a new Harmonica for $2. Call 615-654-3161 and sign up for this free fun and health class.

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Community Resources For Families In Robertson County

Family & Community Services & Meetings

YOUTH  SERVICES

Bransford Community Center
After school programs and community events
1519 John L Patterson St, Springfield, TN 37172
615) 380-8175

Big Brothers – Big Sisters
601 S. Locust Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-9584
Services: Mentoring children/community based programs.

CASA (court appointed special advocates)
101 5th Avenue West Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: 615-384-5066
Website: http://www.casaofrobertsoncounty.org/
Services: CASA is Court Appointed Special Advocates for children. CASA’s mission is to find a permanent, safe and loving home for abused and neglected children that have been taken out of their homes. Our battle cry: A CASA for every child!

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
29 Industrial Park Dr. # 6 Hendersonville, TN 37075
Website: http://gsmidtn.org/
(615) 690-7059

Project AWARE (Robertson County)
Rebecca Macfarlane – Coordinator
Family and Children’s Service
201 23rd Ave. North
Nashville, TN 37203
Mobile: 615-212-9480

Offering FREE Youth Mental Health First Aid training to Robertson County through Sept 2018. Free classes are available each month to any caring adult who lives, works or has regular contact with youth in Robertson County.

Visit our Aware Robertson County website: http://www.fcsnashville.org/Aware

If you are concerned about a youth in the Robertson County community, please contact the ROBERTSON COUNTY CRISIS LINE at 877-652-3069 – available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

RC Amateur Radio Club
3012 Lookout Point Greenbrier, TN 37073
Website: http://www.robertsoncountyarc.org
(615) 643-8288

RC Child Advocacy Center
101 5th Avenue West Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-5885

TN Kids Nutrition
319 N Main Street Springfield, TN 37172
Website: http://tnkids.org
(615) 973-4323

S.W.A.T. TEENS, INC.
3542 Bethlehem Road Springfield, TN 37172
615-207-3673
Website: https://www.swatteens.com/new/index.php
Mission: S.W.A.T. Teens®, Inc., is a non-profit community youth organization that reaches children and teens of all ages and nationalities by providing fun and safe environments through special events, (Circle J Ranch) camps, and other various activities, while promoting faith based principles and values with “Golden Rule” application.

Family Resource Center
700 Bransford Drive, Room 300 Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 382-3104
Website: http://www.rcstn.net/family.resource.center/home
Services: Family support/referral services.

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COUNSELING, MENTAL HEALTH, REHAB SERVICES

Centerstone
713 Cheatham St. Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 463-6200
(615) 460-4357 to schedule appointment
Website: www.centerstone.org
Services: Individual and Group Therapy

Center for Christian Counseling
2106 Park Plaza Dr.
Springfield, TN  37172
615-384-8197
Services:  Individual and family counseling

Depression Bipolar Support Alliance
2215 US-41, Greenbrier, TN 37073
Office location – Green Ridge Church of Christ
Website: www.dbsagreenbrier.org
Services: Education and mental health advocacy improving the lives of people living with a mood disorder. We offer support groups, one on one peer support, community

Project AWARE (Robertson County)
Rebecca Macfarlane – Coordinator
Family and Children’s Service
201 23rd Ave. North
Nashville, TN 37203
Mobile: 615-212-9480
Visit our Aware Robertson County website:http://www.fcsnashville.org/Aware

If you are concerned about a youth in the Robertson County community, please contact the ROBERTSON COUNTY CRISIS LINE at 877-652-3069 – available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Open Door Pregnancy Center
1802 Meadowbrook Drive Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-4673
Website: http://www.384hope.com
Services: Crisis Pregnancy Resource Center providing resources,
Education. Donation Funded/Non-Profit/baby products also available

HATS
4859 Hwy. 431 N. Springfield, TN 37172
(615) 384-2571
Services: Provide physical/mental rehabilitation services/job skills.

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 VETERANS SERVICES

RC Veterans Service Office
Phone: (615) 358-1304
Email: mailto: driley@greenbriertn.org
Services: VA, Widow and Death Benefits

Special olympics
Phone: (615) 384-4821/(615) 382-2659
Website: www.specialolympicstn.org

Vietnam Veterans of America
Robertson County
Chapter 1128
P.O. Box 313
Springfield, TN 37172
(615) 957-4433

Meetings are held:

2nd Thursday of every month @ 18:30

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

HomeSafe, Inc.
719 S. Main St.
Springfield, TN 37172
Helpline (615) 382-0829
Office (615) 667-0073
Services: Domestic Violence/support groups

EDUCATION

Adult Education
299 10th Avenue East Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 382-7323
Website: http://www.tennessee.gov/labor-wfd/cc/cccounty_files/robertson.shtml
Services: GED, ESOL

Toastmasters International
Springfield Igniters
Meetings held 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 7:00pm – 8 pm
Bert Copeland: (615) 517-4796
Website

ESL (English As A Second Language)
400 N. Main St (Springfield Baptist Church)
Springfield, TN  37172
615-384-7818
Services:  English as a second language classes held every Thursday morning 9:00-11:30 AM and Thursday evening 6:00-8:00 PM.

RC Board of Education
2121 Woodland Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-5588
Website: http://www.robcoschools.org/home/board_of_education
Services: Employment Opportunities/community referrals.

RC Career & Technical Center
5326 Highway 76E Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-2491
Website: http://www.tennessee.gov/labor-wfd/cc/cccounty_files/robertson.shtml
Services: Career & Technical Classes.

Family Resource Center
700 Bransford Drive, Room 300 Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 382-3104
Website: http://www.rcstn.net/family.resource.center/home
Services: Family support/referral services.

UT Extension
408 N. Main Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-7936
Website: http://Robertson.tennessee.edu
Services: Education: 4-H, youth development, family and consumer sciences including parenting, health, financial and nutrition education, agriculture and horticulture education/program, Family and Community Education Club program, Master Gardener program.

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EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Workforce Essentials
299 10th Avenue, East Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-1097
Website: www.workforceessentials.com
Services: Job search & training, drug testing, driver’s education and more.

NCOA (National Council On Aging)
Website: http://www.ncoa.org
(615) 360-9797
Age 55 and over? NCOA helps workers re-enter the workforce by helping them acquire new job skills. NCOA allows on the job training in community service positions.

Toastmasters International
Springfield Igniters
Meetings held 2nd and 4th Tuesdays from 7:00pm – 8 pm
Bert Copeland: (615) 517-4796
Website

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

COPE
812 S. Main Street Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 384-1465
Services: Emergency assistance with rent/utilities.

Hope Center
1115 Hwy. 76 White House, TN
Phone: 615-672-0298
Services: Emergency assistance with rent, utilities, etc.

Mid Cumberland Community Action Agency
505 Hill Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-1086/(615) 742-1113
Website: http://www.midcumberland.org
Services: Emergency Services for rent and utilities

Salvation Army
Phone: (615) 384-7955
Services: Help with gas, electric, water bill, rent and household items

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FOOD/CLOTHING ASSISTANCE

Angel Food Ministries
PO Box 3823 Ridgetop, TN 37152
Phone: (615) 859-2338
Website: angelfoodministries.com or Highlandchapel.org
Services: Assistance with food (Pickup at church)

Dorcas Room/First Baptist Church
109 Parker Avenue Greenbrier, TN 37073
Phone: 615-643-4507
Services: Food/Clothing ministry for those in need.

Orlinda Baptist Church – Clothes Closet “The Shepherd Place”
Every other Friday from 10 am to 3 Pm
Orlinda Baptist Church
1124 West Church Street Orlinda TN 37141
(615) 654- 3941

Gideon United Methodist Church Food Pantry
2428 Gideon Rd Greenbrier, TN 37073
(615) 643-6567
Contact Sandra (615) 5198022
Merrily Walters (615) 643-5042

Hope Center Food Bank
212 Portland Road White House, TN
Phone: 615-672-8006

Meals On Wheels
601 Locust Street Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 382-7287
Website: www.MCHRA.com
Services: Meals to Elderly. Outreach, Nutrition.

Emergency Food Bank/Springfield-RC
202 8th Avenue East Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-9759
Services: Food provided to those in need.

The Master’s Table
519-B Central Avenue, West
P. O. Box 215 Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-4480
Services: Free “soup kitchen”
Hours: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Monday – Saturday

Ridgetop Seventh-day Adventist Community Services Center
Food & clothing, for families in need. The Center adjoins Ridgetop Adventist Elementary School on King St. in Ridgetop. Hours are 9 – 11 a.m. on Tuesday. The Center also accepts donations of clothing, nonperishable food, or other items in good condition for distribution.

St Matthews Holy Missionary Baptist Church Food Bank
112 Richland Dr
Springfield, TN 37172
(615)389-5323
Every Third Saturday from 1-2pm. Must be a resident from Robertson County with a valid ID

United Ministries
808 S. Main Street Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 384-8306/(615) 202-9860
Services: Food

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HEALTHCARE, CLINICS

NorthCrest Care Center (Clinic)
520 Northcrest Dr Springfield, TN 37172
(615) 433-7300
Hours: Mon – Sat 8:00 am – 8:00 pm. Sun 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Urgent Team Health Clinic
Website: www.urgentteam.com
2662 Memorial Boulevard, Springfield, TN‎
(615) 212-5356‎

Home Care Solutions
3025 Highway 31W White House, TN 37188
Phone: (615) 672-4266
Website: www.homecaresolutions.com
Services: Home health services.

RC Health Dept.
800 S. Brown Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-4504
Services: Healthcare including child health, immunization, primary care, family planning, sexually transmitted disease control, prenatal, WIC, nutrition, tuberculosis control, TENNdercare, HUGS, vital records, general environmental health.

NorthCrest Hospice
101 E. Mooreland Drive Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 384-9425
Website: www.northcrest.com
Services: Care to the terminally ill.

HOUSING ASSISTANCE

Habitat For Humanity – Robertson County
Website: http://habitattn.org
P.O. Box 189 Springfield, TN 37172
(615) 210-9209

Greater Faith Community Action Corp.
Website:http://www.greaterfaithaction.com/community.html
P. O. Box 215 Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 384-3730
Services: Housing/meals for Homeless.

Secure Haven
1302 Batts Blvd. Springfield, TN
Phone: (615) 382-1592
Services: Shelter for women and childrenSPRINGFIELD HEIGHTS
2540 S. Main Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 212-0300
Services: Assisted Living

Tenn. Dept. Of  Human Resources
809 Mabel Street Springfield, TN 37172-2924
Phone: 615-382-2402
Website: http://www.tennessee.gov/humanserv/
Services: Adult Protective Services, Blind and Visually Impaired, Services, Child Care Services, Child Support Services, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, Disability Determination, Services, Families First, Food Stamp Program, Home Energy Assistance, Medicaid/TennCare, Tennessee Rehabilitation Center, Vocational Rehabilitation.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT, CRIME STOPPERS

RC Sheriff’s Office
507 South Brown Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-7971
Services: Welfare Checks/24 Hour Referral Service

Crime Stoppers of Springfield
Robertson County pays cash for anonymous tips that lead to the arrest of criminals. You can submit your anonymous tip by phone at: 1-615-382-3799, text your tip to Crimes(274637) and begin your tip with RCCARES, submit a detailed tip at tipsoft.com or use our link on our Facebook page – CrimeStoppers Springfield – Robertson County.

Springfield Police Dept.
802 South Willow St. Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: Emergency – Call 911
Non-emergency – Call (615) 384-8422
Website: www.springfield-tn.org.
Services: Basic Law Enforcement, Provide Info on Community Resources

Coopertown Police Dept.
2525 Burgess Gower Rd, Springfield, TN 37172 » Map
(615) 382-7007

Greenbrier Police Dept.
202 West College Street  Greenbrier, TN 37073
Central Dispatch: (615) 384-4911

Millersville Police Dept.
1246 Louisville Hwy, Goodlettsville, TN 37072 » Map
(615) 859-0880

White House Police Dept.
303 N Palmers Chapel Rd, White House, TN 37188 » Map
(615) 672-4903

Cross Plains Police Dept.
7622 HWY 25 EAST Cross Plains, TN
Dept Phone: (615) 654-2555 or (2503)

Ridgetop Police Dept.
615-851-0203
1735 Highway 41 S, Goodlettsville, TN

PET SERVICES

Animal Control of Robertson County
Website: http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/TN356.html
2900 W. County Farm Rd. Springfield
(615) 384-5611

Springfield Animal Control
507 Industrial Dr. Springfield Tn
Website:http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/tn68.html
615-384-9289

Greenbrier animal Control
Website: http://greenbriertn.org/animal_control/animal_control.html
Randy Weaver, Animal Control Officer
P.O. Box 466
Greenbrier, TN  37073
615-643-1003

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SENIOR CITIZENS

RC Senior Citizens Center – Springfield
601 Locust Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-2273/(615) 384-6367
Services: Senior programs and activities, Adult Care Center, Elder Abuse Intervention.

Byrum-Porter Senior Center
9123 Highway 49E Orlinda, TN 37141
Phone: (615)654-3161
Services: Senior Activities of all types

NCOA (National Council On Aging)
Website: http://www.ncoa.org
(615) 360-9797
Age 55 and over? NCOA helps workers re-enter the workforce by helping them acquire new job skills. NCOA allows on the job training in community service positions.

White House Senior Center
105 College Street White House, TN
Phone: 615-672-4350
Website: http://www.cityofwhitehouse.com/government/senior-center
Services: Senior activities (55 & above) including Wednesday lunch,water aerobics, blood pressure checks on Wednesday, line dance classes, etc.

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TRANSPORTATION

RTS (Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency, Mid-Cumberland Regional Transit System) Mid-Cumberland HRA | 1101 Kermit Drive, Suite 300 | Nashville, TN 37217Tel: 615.331.6033 | Fax: 615.832.8624

RTA (Regional Transportation Authority, Relax & Ride)
Regional Transportation Authority | 130 Nestor Street | Nashville TN 37210 | 615-862-8833| Fax: 615-862-6208 | Email: rta@nashville.gov

RC Non Emergency EMS
1305 Hill Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-2186/(615) 384-1414
Website: RobertsonEMS.org
Services: Non-emergency Ambulatory Services or Wheelchair Van

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