Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements

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Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements 



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August 20-25: 151st Annual Robertson County Fair 

Fairest of The Fair, Arena Events For All Ages, Truck/Tractor Pulls, Demolition Derby, Robertson County’s Finest in Baking, Crafts, Art, Photography, Canning, Tobacco and Livestock. Carnival Rides, Vendors and more for the whole Family!

Click Here for the full schedule of events and activities

NOTE: Due to the promoter being in the hospital, we have had to cancel the dirt bike event for Tuesday night. We apologize for the inconvenience.

151st Annual Robertson County Fair Set For August 20-25, 2018

August 22 Grain & Cattle Producers – UT Marketing Meeting

Grain & Cattle Producers,

You are invited to participate in an online UT Marketing Meeting on Wednesday, August 22 at 7:00 am to 8:00 am.

Dr. Aaron Smith will spend 30 minutes discussing the crop market, and then Dr. Andrew Griffith will use the remaining time on the cattle market.

You can participate either by telephone or by computer.

· Join by telephone: 1-669-900-6833

· Join by computer: Click HERE, Then type in the Meeting ID: 611 485 817

August 23: Goodlettsville Farmers Market Open from 3:00 – 7:00 pm.

Every Thursday til Oct 11

The Goodlettsville Farmers Market is open every Thursday from May 10 – October 11, 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm offering the season’s best fresh produce, fresh baked goods, farm raised meats, honey, fresh cut flowers, farm fresh eggs, and locally grown plants and herbs. Local handmade artisan crafts including soaps, lotions and soap dishes are also available at the Market. FREE activities for children of all ages are provided each week. Located at 705 Caldwell Drive at the Goodlettsville Visitor’s Center, Moss Wright Park, the market is easily accessible with ample parking. If you would like to participate at our Farmers Market, contact the City of Goodlettsville, Tourism Department at 615-859-3678 or email Products must be locally farm raised or produced.

August 25 and 28 AMERICAN LEGION POST 45 – Greenbrier Auxiliary Informational Meeting

Saturday, August 25th 11 am-1 pm
Tuesday, August 28th 6 pm-8 pm

2730 Hwy 41 S, Greenbrier, TN Auxiliary Informational Meeting

The American Legion Auxiliary is the world’s largest women’s patriotic service organization. Through its nearly 10,500 units located in every state and some foreign countries, the Auxiliary embodies the spirit of America that has prevailed through war and peace. Along with The American Legion, it solidly stands behind America and her ideals.

Please join us as we re-establish the American Legion Post 45 Auxiliary.

This is the first step to start the way for Post 45 to offer something for all veterans in our area. Not just for our veterans but for the spouses and those eligible for the SAL as well.

Refreshments will be served

For more information please contact:
Kathi Carney or (518)242-0307

August 25: Robertson County 4-H Pullet Sale 2018

• Black Star Pullets
• Pullets auctioned off in groups of six to the highest bidder
• Proceeds used to fund next year’s 4-H Special Poultry Project

Saturday, August 25 Show at 8:30AM, Sale at 9AM at the Robertson County Fairgrounds

For more info call UT Extension-Robertson County @ 615-384-7936

August 25: Movie Under the Stars – 40th Anniversary of “Grease” & Inflatables – White House

Join us on August 25th at 7PM for a free and family-friendly Movie Under the Stars as we celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Grease with Danny, Rizzo, Frenchy and the whole gang at their first Movie Under the Stars of the year at White House City Park!

The night will be filled with fun, music, singing, the smell of food from food trucks. There will also be free inflatables for the kids and some great giveaways.

There will also be space set aside for a Classic Car Cruise-In. There is no cost to
participate just bring your classic car for a night of fun. Contact the White House Chamber at 615-672-3937 to reserve your space for the Classic Car Cruise-In.

Wear your leather jackets and poodle skirts, because there may even be prizes given
out to the best dressed there! Grease is the word…and it’s going to be a great night!

August 25: Dianne & Kerry Roberts Welcome You To Robertson County Praise! (A Benefit for Open Door Pregnancy Center)

If you like the music you hear on Christian Radio then you’ll love this worship night!
Join us on August 25th 7PM – 9 PM at Springfield Middle School for a unique, totally FREE, all ages welcome Praise and Worship Night! A love offering will be taken up at the event where all proceeds will benefit Open Door Pregnancy Center. See flyer

August 25: Cross Plains Community Dinner Sponsored by Cross Plains Heritage Commission

Come out and Enjoy Fresh Fried Fish or Smoked Chicken with all the trimmings – $10 adult or $5 children, take out or eat in on August 25th from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the Dr.’s House Museum, 7821 Hwy 25 E. Proceeds benefit the Dr.’s House Museum. Call 615-306-4153 for more info.

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September 5 Williams Chapel Baptist Church Homecoming

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ:

We would like to extend an invitation to all of our former and present members,
families, and friends to join us for a day of sharing memories, Christian fellowship,
and our love for Jesus Christ.

In the book of Romans we find this verse, “So we, being manv, are one body in
Christ, and everyone members of one another.” It takes each one of us to make
Christ’s body, the church, complete. Without you, our homecoming would not be

The celebration will be held Sunday, September 23rd with Worship Service at
11:00am with special music. Bro. Jim Henry will be the guest speaker. A special
offering will be taken for the upkeep of the cemetery as on this day we will be
celebrating the memory of loved ones buried in our cemetery. Donations can also be
mailed to the Cemetery Treasurer, in care of the church.

An old fashion dinner will follow. Please make plans to attend this wonderful day of thanksgiving and commemoration.

Williams Chapel Baptist Church
5946 South Lamont Road
Springfield, Tennessee 371 72
Phone (61 5)654-31 0l
September 5, 2018

September 7: 1st Friday Night Market On The Square (Downtown Springfield)

Join us the 1st Friday night of September at 6 PM – 9 PM on the Historic Downtown Springfield Square.

Enjoy live music by Howard Decker and the Cosmic Cowboys, food trucks, kids zone, classic car/truck/motorcycle cruise-in, farmers market, shopping with local artisans/ makers and your favorite downtown merchant’s.

Summer Concert Series presented by Springfield Parks & Recreation. Music begins at 7pm and ends at 9pm. 1st Friday Night Market is hosted by Historic Springfield Event Coordinators.

This is a FREE event and family/pet friendly!

September 8: Lee Gibson (Country) FREE Music at 7PM on Main Concert Series in Portland, TN

Come early to get a seat and visit our sponsor booths that will be set up with giveaway items! There will also be a food vendors or you can visit one of the restaurants on Main Street in Portland to grab a meal before the concert begins. Bring a lawn chair or rent a chair for $2 from the Portland Chamber of Commerce. For more information regarding these events: or (615) 325-9032.

September 8: Salty Dog Festival/5K – Goodlettsville

The Salty Dog Festival is back in Goodlettsville. Saturday, September 8 at 10 AM – 4 PM at City Hall located at 105 N Main St, Goodlettsville, Tn. The Eighth Annual Salty Dog Festival will include the best in antiques, local art, crafts, music, local businesses, and food. The day will start with a Stop, Drop and Run 5K before the festival begins with live music, a petting zoo, a kids’ zone, art shows, car show, Fire Department activity zone, arts, crafts, and business booths spilling over to adjacent side streets. The Festival is organized by the Goodlettsville Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Goodlettsville.

September 8: Tennessee Honey Festival – Hendersonville Memorial Park

Saturday, September 8 at 10 AM – 5 PM at the Hendersonville Memorial Park – 151 E Main St, Hendersonville, Tn

Experience the Sweet Taste of Beekeeping. Bring your family and friends for an educational fun-filled festival to learn about the importance of bees and other pollinators in Middle Tennessee.

Beehive Painting • Honey Inspired Goods • Interactive Art Stations • Live Music • Beekeeping classes • Food Vendors • Fun For All!

Admission is Free but donations will be appreciated and distributed to organizations and initiatives that are raising awareness of the importance of ensuring bee health worldwide.

Yes! We welcome vendors, bee enthusiasts and anything honey inspired to be apart of the event! Email Sara Davidson with any questions at or call me at 615.559.7035 to be a vendor.

September 12: Robertson County Community College Fair 

Date and Time: September 12 2018 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Location: The Springfield Center, 401 North Main Street

The college fair is going to be a little different this year. We’re opening the college fair to ANYONE looking for information about colleges or technical schools. Colleges & Technical Schools from around the area will be in attendance. A representative from the Tennessee HOPE Lottery scholarship will be in attendance. See your School Counselor for more details or call 615-384-5588 for more info.

Adults, please come learn about Tennessee Reconnect and how you can go back and finish your degree or earn a degree!

September 13: Happy Birthday/Baby Shower – for all pregnant moms, expectant fathers and “new” parents in the Robertson community. Grandparents are also welcome!

Thursday, September 13 at 5 PM – 7 PM at the Stokes Brown Public Library located at 405 White St, Springfield, Tn. The 2018 Happy Birthday Baby Shower is for all pregnant moms, expectant fathers and “new” parents in the Robertson community. Grandparents are also welcome!

Door prizes, health presentations, vendor booths, lactation consultant, WIC representative, Baby Boot Camp for Dads, free gift for mom, refreshments and so much more! Hosted by Tennessee Department of Health and Stokes Brown Public Library.

September 15: Springfield High School Baseball CAR SHOW

Come out and Support the SHS baseball team Saturday, September 15th at 5240 Highway 76 East, Springfield, Tn. We will be hosting our 1st annual car show in the SHS parking lot.

Registration for cars will be $25 ($15 for each car after the first one) and run from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. If you are interested in entering a car or have any questions, please contact Cliff Reid at 615-319-5798

The general public will be able to see the cars from 12:00pm to 4:00pm. There will be a BBQ food vendor along with live music. We will also have a silent auction, bake sale, and door prizes!

September 15: 3rd Annual CRAFT FAIR Orlinda Byrum Porter Sr Center

Saturday, September 15th (Reserve your table now) We are already halfway to
Christmas so plan to attend or be a vendor Call (615) 654-3161 for more Information or email Check out our newsletter for exercise classes and other activities OR check us out online, just click here.

September 15: English Learning Classes for Adults – Millersville Public Library of Sumner County

Beginning Saturday, September 15th from 2-3 p.m, ESL classes will be offered here at the library for free! Registration for this program is required so stop by the library or give us a call at 615-448-6959 for more information.

¡A partir del sábado 15 de septiembre de 2 a 3 p.m, las clases de ESL se ofrecerán aquí en la biblioteca de forma gratuita! Se requiere registrarse para este programa así que pase por la biblioteca o llámenos al 615-448-6959 para más información.

September 21-23: “Colors of Fall” 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

September 27-29: Sausage Biscuit Breakfast and Yard Sale Fundraiser to benefit Robertson County Senior Center

We will be having a Sausage Biscuit Breakfast and Yard Sale Fundraiser to benefit Robertson County Senior Center on Thursday, September 27th 7:00am to 4:00pm … Friday September 28th 7:00am to 4:00pm and Saturday September 29th 7:00am to 2:00pm .

Donations will be taken no sooner than Tuesday, September 25th at 9:00am . We are asking in the line of Clothing that it be Children’s Clothes only .

Fundraiser for our seniors home away from home, it takes a village and it cost to operate. We are so thankful for any and all donations. Please call Beth or Elaine at 615-384-6367 for large items or equipment to be donated. We have to be sure we have room and manpower to move them about. Thanks again from us for our seniors.

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October 6:  3rd Annual Quilt Show – The Robertson County Family and Community Education Clubs

The Robertson County Family and Community Education Clubs are proud to present the 3rd Annual Quilt Show Saturday, October 6, 2018.

It will be held at the Robertson County Fairgrounds 4635 HWY 41-N, Springfield, from 9am to 4pm. Admission is $5.00.

We had over 100 quilts and quilted items last year and hope to surpass that this year. There will be demonstrations on quilting from FCE members during the day, a Trunk Show at 1 pm., and vendors.

If you are interested in displaying quilts, old or new, no judging, applications are available at There is vendor space still available at this time, if you are interested please call 615-643-5764.

October 6th Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Picnic & Parade

Location: In front of Pleasant View Elementary School. Parade at 11 AM, the lineup will begin at 10 AM at Pleasant View City.

Booths, Vendors, Kids-Zone, Food trucks, Classic Car Cruise-In starts at 10:30 AM and Live Music, Bake Walk and Silent Auction.

For more information contact Alexis Duncan at: Or call 615-746-8528 ext. 4 or register for a spot online at Hope to see you all day or Saturday, October 6!

October 12: Fall Family Block Party – White House, Tn

On Friday, October 12th at 3:30 PM – 9 PM we will end the Music and Movies Under the Stars series with a fall family block party, a fall farmers market, and the showing of Hocus Pocus! Join us that day at 105 College St, White House, Tn to enjoy your fall favorites like food trucks, picking out your Halloween pumpkin and fall decorations, free inflatables for the kids, a bike parade and a costume contest. There might even be more live music! Mark your calendars and tell all your friends because we can’t wait to see you there. Also, We encourage local businesses to participate by setting up a booth. Call the Chamber at 615-672-3937 for more information.

October 13: 19th Annual Harvest Moon Festival In White House, Tn

Arts & Crafts, Car Show, Live music all day, lots of food and more from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the pin White House City Park: 420 Highway 76, White House, Tn. Hosted by The White House Community Initiative for the Arts

October 12-14:  40th Annual Tennessee Craft Fall Fair – Centennial Park, Nashville, Tn

Free Admission – Join the Nashville tradition of celebrating and supporting American handmade craft at the 40th Annual Tennessee Craft Fall Fair premier event on the lawn in Centennial Park. Shop one-of-a-kind, finely crafted artwork directly from the juried, award-winning artists.

2500 West End Avenue, Nashville, Tn: Oct 12, 2018 at 10:00 am – 06:00 pm, (Fri)Oct 13, 2018 at 10:00 am – 06:00 pm, (Sat)Oct 14, 2018 at 10:00 am – 05:00 pm (Sun)

A unique feature of Tennessee Craft Fairs requires artists to be on-site. While shopping, you’ll meet the artists, learn what inspires them and how they take raw materials like clay, wood, metal, and glass and transform them into fine craft. The 2018 list of exhibitors TBD.

In addition to the array of high-quality craft, visitors enjoy fun hands-on activities in our Kids’ Tent, food from area vendors and demonstrations from artisans aimed to educate as they create pieces in front of your eyes.

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

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.

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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 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: 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.

STARTING MAY 8th – 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


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
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
(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:

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
(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
(615) 973-4323

3542 Bethlehem Road Springfield, TN 37172
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
Services: Family support/referral services.

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

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

Depression Bipolar Support Alliance
2215 US-41, Greenbrier, TN 37073
Office location – Green Ridge Church of Christ
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:

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
Services: Crisis Pregnancy Resource Center providing resources,
Education. Donation Funded/Non-Profit/baby products also available

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

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

Special olympics
Phone: (615) 384-4821/(615) 382-2659

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


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


Adult Education
299 10th Avenue East Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 382-7323
Services: GED, ESOL

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

ESL (English As A Second Language)
211 First Avenue West
Springfield, TN  37172
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
Services: Employment Opportunities/community referrals.

RC Career & Technical Center
5326 Highway 76E Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-2491
Services: Career & Technical Classes.

Family Resource Center
700 Bransford Drive, Room 300 Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 382-3104
Services: Family support/referral services.

UT Extension
408 N. Main Street Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-7936
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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Workforce Essentials
299 10th Avenue, East Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-1097
Services: Job search & training, drug testing, driver’s education and more.

NCOA (National Council On Aging)
(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


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
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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Angel Food Ministries
PO Box 3823 Ridgetop, TN 37152
Phone: (615) 859-2338
Website: or
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
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

St Matthews Holy Missionary Baptist Church Food Bank
112 Richland Dr
Springfield, TN 37172
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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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
2662 Memorial Boulevard, Springfield, TN‎
(615) 212-5356‎

Home Care Solutions
3025 Highway 31W White House, TN 37188
Phone: (615) 672-4266
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
Services: Care to the terminally ill.


Habitat For Humanity – Robertson County
P.O. Box 189 Springfield, TN 37172
(615) 210-9209

Greater Faith Community Action Corp.
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
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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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 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
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.
1735 Highway 41 S, Goodlettsville, TN


Animal Control of Robertson County
2900 W. County Farm Rd. Springfield
(615) 384-5611

Springfield Animal Control
507 Industrial Dr. Springfield Tn

Greenbrier animal Control
Randy Weaver, Animal Control Officer
P.O. Box 466
Greenbrier, TN  37073

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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)
(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
Services: Senior activities (55 & above) including Wednesday lunch,water aerobics, blood pressure checks on Wednesday, line dance classes, etc.

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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:

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

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