November Luncheon

Our guest speaker for the November luncheon is Jamie Owens, Community Services Director of the Hendersonville Police Department. He is responsible for establishing and maintaining an effective partnership between the community of Hendersonville and the Police Department. His stories, guidance and tips will help us stay safe and protect our property as best we can. …

October Luncheon

Our guest speaker for our October luncheon will be Cheryl Strichik, Executive Director of the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center. She is excited to bring us news about what’s going on at the Center and what the future holds for it. The center’s mission ” is to collect, preserve and interpret local and regional art, …

Johnathan Kayne Gillaspie

Johnathan Kayne Gillaspie is speaker at first luncheon of the season

Johnathan Kayne Gillaspie is an American fashion designer, specializing in eveningwear gowns. He was born in Nashville in 1979. “Kayne” earned a full scholarship to Volunteer State Community College, where he studied pre-veterinarian medicine. While working at a veterinary clinic for four and a half years, he took a second job as a sketch artist …

April Luncheon was a Panel Discussion

The April Meeting was a panel discussion made up of dignitaries from the local area: Patricia Leonard, who is President of Runway to Success located in Nashville.  She is a keynote speaker, actress, author, career and small business coach; Lee Hord who is Director of Process Improvement for Apria Healthcare and is currently seeking the …

J&J MoneyTree

Jeans & Jewels Fashion Show is history!

Newcomers & Community Club of Sumner County hosted its annual spring March 8th. This year’s theme, ‘Jeans and Jewels’ and the beneficiary of the fundraising event was Highpoint Hospice.  Kicking off at 11 AM, ‘Jeans and Jewels’ was a wonderful opportunity to socialize and mingle among new and old friends alike. The luncheon included great …

First Newcomers Luncheon of 2018 is in the books as a great success

Robert Hicks, Named #2 in the most recent listing of the top 100 Reasons to Love Nashville by Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Robert Hicks was described as Nashville’s “Master of Ceremonies.” They went on to say that “being a New York Times best-selling author should be enough – but not for Robert Hicks, award-winning author of …

Merry Christmas

December Luncheon

What a party we enjoyed! Lynda Evjen’s first meeting as president of Newcomers enjoyed a very full agenda! Haley Forrest of Northfield Church told us about “A Night to Shine,” this month’s charity. The award winning Hendersonville High-school’s Select Chamber Choir performed several beautiful Christmas songs under the direction of Elizabeth Evans. She Olari shared …

Gallatin Mayor, Paige Brown speaks at November Luncheon

Our November speaker, Paige Brown, gave us a very interesting “State of the City.” Her presentation was particularly interesting as so many of our members live in Gallatin. Appropriate to both to the upcoming Veteran’s Day and Mayor Brown’s commitment to it, this month’s charity is Wreaths Across America. Mayor Brown will take our donation …

Eddie Hand was Inspirational Speaker

Elvis Presley’s little cousin was the toast of our October luncheon. Edie Hand delivered an inspirational talk about life’s ups and downs and how to stay the course. Her foundation, The Edie Hand Foundation, which supports St. Judes was the beneficiary of this month’s money tree.