On Sunday, thousands gathered in downtown Lebanon to celebrate our local veterans during two ceremonies. The first was the city’s annual parade, and a second event, the Fallen Soldiers March, rounded out the day’s activities.
In many cases, children who are in foster situations, underpriviledged or otherwise in desperate situations are thought of first when Christmas rolls around and Santa begins to make his list. That’s rightfully so.
Imagine the Tennessee Lottery included a game where $300,000 were up for grabs, and the only thing that had to be done to win was to fill out an application to be placed in a drawing where the odds of winning were maybe one in two or one in three, if any at all.
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