Raise The Roofs Fundraiser + Next Movie In The Park

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First, today’s weather:

Generally bright. High: 94 Low: 73.


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Here are the top three stories on Franklin today:

  1. The “Raise the Roofs” fundraiser will be held on Saturday, August 20 at Harlinsdale Farm Park. The event will raise funds for Franklin’s first inclusive playground dedicated to the new Southeast Park. Guests can expect live music, delicious food and lots of fun. (Source Williamson)
  2. The next movie in the Park is tonight at sunset. The film is Monsters, Inc. and will be screened at Pinkerton Park on Murfreesboro Road. Participants are encouraged to bring a chair or blanket. Movies usually start at 8:00 p.m. (Franklin City)
  3. The City of Franklin is currently hiring for a number of open positions. Among the job vacancies are Assistant Conservation Manager, Wastewater Operator, Paralegal, and Landscaping Worker. Click to see the full list of job openings posted by the City of Franklin. (Franklin City)

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Today in Franklin:

  • All About The Libby App At The Williamson County Public Library (10:00 AM)
  • Movies in the Park At Pinkerton Park (8:00 NIGHT)

From my notebook:

  • Did you know that you can get Historic Franklin Number Plate? Stop by the county clerk’s office to get yours today! (Franklin Tomorrow via Facebook)
  • City of Franklin to host CPR class on Saturday at City Hall. Class starts at 9:00. This is a free class and everyone is invited to attend. (Franklin City)
  • The next meeting of the Mayor’s Council and Councilors will be held on 28 June in the City Hall Council Room at 19.00 Click on the full agenda. (Franklin City)

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Danielle Fallon-O’Leary

About me: Danielle Fallon-O’Leary is a senior writer with content creation agency Lightning Media Partners and helps Patch.com with curating community newsletters. Danielle also holds a Master’s degree in Communication and Disorders Science and works part time as a pediatric speech therapist.

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