October is upon us, Woodbine! It’s gorgeous out and the weather’s fabulous! As we settle into Fall, we’ll be covering several important topics in a short amount of time at this month’s meeting. Councilman Tenpenny and a representative from the Planning Commission will update us on a bill that’s been introduced to Metro Council that attempts to put limits on how and where auto-related businesses in our district operate. *see October 1st post below for more info and to read the full bill
Then WNA Board member Jennifer Baker and Whitsitt School Teacher Oliver Orion White will tell us all about the Woodbine Scarecrow Contest to benefit Whitsitt School, the Whitsitt School Fall Festival, AND how you can make your own scarecrow at the festival with materials donated by Walker Lumber. *see October 8th entry below for all of the details on the events, as well as how to enter.
Last, Sgt. Taylor Schmitz, Community Coordinator with the MNPD South Precinct, will talk to us about safety during Halloween trick-or-treating.
We’ll meet at Casa Azafrán (2195 Nolensville Pike) on Monday October 21st at 6:00 PM. Don’t be late, we start and end promptly, but feel free to come a little early to mingle.
6:00 – 6:10 Arrival/Sign-In and mingling
6:10 – 6:30 Discussion of new bill to limit car-related businesses. Guests: Councilman and co-sponsor Tony Tenpenny, and a representative from the Planning Commission
6:30 – 6:45 Woodbine Scarecrow Contest/Whitsitt School Fall Festival and Scarecrow-building workshop information.
Guests: Jennifer Baker and Oliver Orion White.
6:45 – 7:00 Halloween/Trick-or-Treating Safety.
Guest: Sgt. Taylor Schmitz
7:00 Meeting ends
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