Straight from the Tracks of Lynnville
Greetings from Lynnville, Tennessee. Hope everyone had a nice weekend.
Stop by and visit the Lynnville Library at 105 Mill Street. The library if open on Tuesday and Thursday 12:00 to 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday 10:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Want to learn to draw? Art Classes are available at “Lynncrest Arts” 2466 Yokley Road, Lynnville, Tennessee. Phone number is 615-210-5930. There are classes in painting, Potter’s Wheel, and drawing. Call and sign up for art classes.
Margaret Bruner, whose father was Roy Bruner, died on April 7th. Mr. Roy Bruner was principal of The Robert B. Jones High School in the twenties and thirties. Margaret Bruner was living in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
The third edition of the Lynnville newspaper, The Lynnville Line will soon be out. We thank Angie Jones and Dawn Baron for putting this paper together for everyone to read. Having this paper is another plus for Lynnville.
Hickman Farms at 1651 Dodson Gap Road in Lynnville is now making and selling cornmeal, flour, and grits. Ingredients are stone ground and comes in two pounds or five pounds. For more information, call 931-527-3884.
The McCall Street home of Lynda and Donnie Hanna was the scene for a “Graduation Reception” for their grandson, Jake Norman on Sunday afternoon, May 7 from two o’clock p.m. to four o’clock p.m. Jake will graduate from Richland High School on Thursday evening, May 18.
The annual alumni meeting of the famous old school in Lynnville, The Robert B. Jones High School will meet on Saturday, June 3 in the Lynnville Municipal Building with registering starting at ten o’clock a.m. A potluck lunch will be served at noon. Following lunch their will be a program where three outstanding alumni will be named and two seniors will receive scholarships. Anyone wanting to make a contribution to the scholarship fund may do so by sending it to Mrs. Barbara Ann Hobbs Smith-Treasurer, 2317 Fowler Hollow Road, Lynnville, Tennessee 38472. The roll call of classes from 1900 to 1978 will be called.
We look forward to seeing you in Lynnville, Tennessee on Saturday, June 3 at the reunion of The Robert B. Jones High School, Purple and Gold TIGERS. “Hail to thee our Alma Mater, Jones High all Hail.”