What great weather we have been having. A lot of people are planting their gardens. Fresh vegetables will certainly taste great.
Don't forget to pay your Lynnville Community Club dues. Send your dues to Treasurer Debbie Tolley, 2555 Hyde Road, Lynnville, TN 38472.
The Lynnville Truck and Tractor Pull will be held on Saturday, April 18, at the Robby Dunnavant Memorial Park in Lynnville starting at 2 p.m. Proceeds from the pull will go to purchase playground equipment for the Dunnavant Park.
All vendors wanting a booth at the annual Lynnville Blackberry Festival should reserve a place by calling 931-527-3922 or 931-527-0032. Several vendors have reserved a booth for the festival to be held on Saturday, June 27. See you at the festival.
Spring break for Richland students will be March 23 thru 27.
Janet Tuckerman and Bobby Allen Hollis Jr. will present their piano students in a spring recital on Saturday, May 30, at the Lynnville First Presbyterian Church beginning at 7 p.m.
From the pages of Lynnville History in 1888...
"Our young folks had their May picnic the past week. Mr. Geo. Witt and lady, and J. N. Boyd and lady chaperoned the affair. They left early Tuesday morning with "twelve baskets full" and a couple for each basket. Destination, Cook Springs. At the Brick Church the sylvan loveliness of the beautiful beech grove of Col. R. H. Laird captured them and they ate up the twelve baskets then and there. They returned declaring that there was nothing so delightful as a picnic at Brick Church."