July in Sumner County!

Dearest Newcomers, Do you feel happier when the sun is shining? Well I know that I do. Although I know the value of rainfall, it’s the sunshine that we’re experiencing now that makes tackling a “To Do” list so much easier. It also brightens (a pun – my bad) our travel experiences. There is news …

So you know you are appreciated…

Our Mission Statement: Newcomers is a non-profit social/service organization. Its purpose is to extend a welcoming hand to both newcomers and existing residents of the Sumner County Tennessee area and to promote good fellowship within the community through social as well as charitable activities. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet new friends, develop lasting …

May’s Message from the President

Dearest Newcomers, “Stay close to anything that makes you glad you are alive.” – Hafez All of us have those beliefs or that faith or that creative passion or that romantic sentiment that makes us glad to be alive; we have those family members or friends or co-workers who make us glad to be alive; …

April Message from the President

Dearest Newcomers, It took a while to get here, yet it seems like all of a sudden, it’s time to open windows and open doors to porches, to watch fishermen in the cove and see pontoon boats carrying folks to fun places, to plan for a new garden or to hear the lawn mower in …

Christmas Bells are ringing…

For the fifth year the Hendersonville High School Select Chamber Choir, under the direction of R. Elizabeth Evans, the Director of Choirs, will be singing as our special guests. The Select Choir is a highly competitive auditioned ensemble which excels in many different vocal genres. Rooted in 30 years of history, the choir is traditionally …

November Luncheon at Bluegrass Country Club

Our speaker for November’s luncheon is Lynne Drysdale Patterson, a Christian singer/songwriter, author and speaker. She writes non-fiction children’s stories based on historical women and has appeared on a variety of local and national television programs as a performing artist, cookbook author and guest chef. Her recently published book, Taproots of Tennessee: Historic Sites and …

October Brings Halloween and a Newcomers Lunch!

Our speaker for the October 10th luncheon is Brad Schmitt, the “Inside Nashville” columnist for the Tennessean. Per his introduction in the paper, he gets his stories, in part, by asking community leaders to tell him intensely personal and funny stories about themselves. He wants to write pieces of redemption, overcoming and transformation. He wants …

Lee Curtis

Our Newcomers Luncheon season is here!

We have a very knowledgeable and entertaining speaker in Lee Curtis! Her career has spanned 40 years in the Tennessee State Government; she has served as the Director of Program Development and Legislative Liaison for the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development. She is now devoting her time to the new Tennessee State Museum which examines …

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Jeff’s journey as a writer is a winding narrative that stretching from coast to coast; a pilgrimage toward enlightenment–from his birthplace in Walt Whitman’s New Jersey, through his formative years growing up in a movie theater in Los Angeles, to his twenty plus years as a working writer-producer-director in film/TV. He is a twelve-time produced …