Goodbye November, Hello December

November has been quite a month for La Vergne!  We’ve had contrasting weather patterns – from warm temperatures to cold, rain to sunshine.  And now snow is possible this Tuesday?  Did you know we have our own local weather expert?  Visit his Box 100 weather site here to see what’s coming.

There are some important meetings scheduled this week that our readers should know about:

Tuesday, November 29

Board of Zoning Appeals, 5:30 p.m.
Planning Commission, 6:00 p.m.
Both in Board Room at City Hall

Wednesday, November 30

Rutherford County Commission’s Redistricting Committee Meeting
5:00 p.m., Room 205, 2nd Floor of Courthouse in Murfreesboro

Thursday, December 1st

Board of Mayor and Aldermen Workshop
5:00 p.m., Board Room, City Hall

Saturday, December 3rd

First Annual Parade of Lights
Line Up at 5:00 p.m., Veterans Memorial Park
Parade at 6:00 p.m. will go down Murfreesboro Road to City Hall
The city is seeking more entries – floats, cars, trucks… all are invited!  Light up your pick-up truck and join the fun!

Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony
AFTER parade at City Hall
Invocation by Rev. Brenda Bryant
Tree Lighting by Mayor Mosley and the Aldermen
Christmas Carols by LHS Choraliers and Roy Waldron Elementary School Choir
Hot Chocolate, Candy Canes for the Kids, Fireworks Show by B&B Family Fireworks, and meet with Santa Claus!

This should be a good week for La Vergne!

2 comments for “Goodbye November, Hello December

  1. November 27, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    Thanks for the mention! Happy to be of service!

  2. willis
    December 2, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    Can anyone clarify why I saw one of the Fire Dept SUV’S (the red one) pulling a fishing boat around? I am a little taken back by that. It is my understanding that with the Fire contract the city gives them money for gas also. Are our tax dollars being spent for them to pull their personal fishing boats around or is that the new (fire) boat? While I am on the subject of gas and driving did anyone else notice that the rescue squad claimed to have logged 11,000 miles on roughly 110 calls last month? How is that even possible? That is about 100 miles a call. Where are their calls to? Just curious if any elected officials or citizens notice these things too.

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