Sorry for being in absentia the last couple of days, but the mold and other spring spores finally knocked me down for a little bit. But we’re back and ready to run with lots of updates. First, thanks to Leanne for bringing this to our attention. It was posted on Craigslist and I hope they won’t get mad that I totally copied,
GOOD SAMARITAN DAY
May 22nd, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.
SAND HILL CHURCH OF CHRIST
315 Fergus Rd, La Vergne
Sand Hill Church of Christ is hosting their 3rd annual Good Samaritan Day. This is an event, in which the Sand Hill Congregation will be giving away furniture, clothing, shoes, toys and household items for free, as well as free health screenings.
We will also like to take the opportunity to help those who are victims of the flood damage recently. So if you or anybody you know has suffered major losses during this flood disaster and are in need of items to help with rebuilding your loss please come by.
Even you have not suffered any loss and need some items please come by we will be so glad to meet you!! Please contact Regina Campbell for details (615-596-6041) or look for me (Regina Campbell) on that day! Can’t wait to meet you!
Also, the parking in the streets is about to expire. I really don’t think it caused any drama (not that I’ve heard about anyway) and it was very nice to be able to get a lot of people over at a house to help where parking was not a problem. Here’s the notice from the city:
City to re-enforce parking ban Monday
The City of La Vergne’s ban on parking on the strees will go back into effect on Monday, May 24, according to Mayor Ronnie Erwin. He had lifted the ban on May 3 because of the flooding.
And I thought I missed this deadline, but upon re-reading it says the pick up BEGINS yesterday, not that it’s all happening yesterday. So go ahead and kick it to the curb! From the city:
Rutherford County Curb-Side Pick Up
Rutherford County will be doing curb-side pick up of storm damaged property and debris. County crews will begin pick up on Tuesday, May 18th for those individuals that have registered with Rutherford County Emergency Management (RCEMA) and FEMA.
Rutherford County will be doing curb-side pick up of storm damaged property and debris. County crews will begin pick up on Tuesday, May 18th for those individuals that have registered with Rutherford County Emergency Management (RCEMA) and FEMA. The crews ask that you separate refuse in four categories: 1 Appliances; 2 Furniture; 3 Construction debris (drywall, carpet, wood, etc.) 4 Brush and organics.
The numbers for registering with authorities are:
RCEMA: 615-890-5519 or 615-890-2957
Any residents that have been affected from the flood should contact the Emergency Management Agency. These lines will be manned Monday through Friday from 8am-4:30pm.
For any questions please call the offices of RCEMA at 615-898-7764.