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Macon County will honor its Vietnam Veterans with a special parade and ceremony on Saturday, March 24, 2012. The event will be held in Downtown Franklin and is made possible by Vietnam Veterans Chapter 994, The town of Franklin, and the Macon County Board of Commissioners.

The parade begins at 11:00 a.m. running from Franklin Town Hall to the gazebo on the square in downtown Franklin. A special ceremony will follow the parade at the gazebo.

“These men and women who have faithfully served our country are heroes and we need to give them the resounding support they deserve,” said Linda Schlott, Executive Director of the Franklin Main Street Program.

 

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The Democratic Party precincts of Smithbridge (Otto) and Flats (Scaly Mtn) would like to invite all Macon County Democrats and interested Independents to join our Breakfast With the Candidates event, Saturday, March 24th at the Otto Community Bldg.

Former State Senator and current Democratic candidate for the 50th District John Snow will be our featured speaker and several other local Democratic candidates and officeholders will be on hand to share ideas and listen to your concerns over breakfast.

Breakfast starts at 9am.

The Otto Community Bldg is on 441 South; make a right onto the Fire House Rd. just north of the Otto Post Office.

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As the Girl Scouts of the USA celebrated their 100 year anniversary of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place on Monday, March 5, the Macon County Board of Commissioners joined the national effort to declare 2012 the “Year of the Girl.”

Macon county has about 100 registered girl scouts, who work to make their communities a better place.

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“Go out and seek the truth to bring about justice,” retired Franklin Police Chief Terry Bradley told graduates of Southwestern Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training Class # 68. Bradley, who served as Franklin Police Chief from 1994 until last month when he retired, was keynote speaker at the March 9 graduation held at the Jerry Sutton Public Safety Training Center.

Bradley, a graduate of SCC’s BLET program, told the graduates, “You are going into a professional arena. The fine folks at SCC gave you the foundation and platform for this arena.”

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