Straight from the Tracks of Lynnville
Greetings from Lynnville, Tennessee!
The 17th Annual Lynnville Blackberry Festival is history, but those attending seemed to be enjoying themselves shopping with the vendors. The weather cooperated well all day and into evening. A street dance was held on the Lynnville Square in the evening. We thank everyone who worked on the event.
The July 4th celebration will be held at the Robert Dunnavant Park located on Mill Street with foods, vendors, entertainment, and fireworks. Come and stay all day and enjoy the 4th of July in Lynnville, Tennessee.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Tommy Caneer of Bugg Street in Lynnville. Tommy was the son of the late Joan and Robert Caneer of Lynnville.
Rodeo Days will be in Lynnville on July 28 and 29 at the Dunnavnt Park located on Mill Street.
Art Lessons are available for anyone wanting to learn to draw. For information, contact 615-210-5930. The art studio, “Lynncrest Arts” is located at 2466 Yokley Road in Lynnville.
Lessons in piano and organ are available by 931-527-3466 in Lynnville.
The “Sesquicentennial” at the Lynnville First Presbyterian Church will be celebrated on Sunday, September 10 beginning at 10 a.m. with a remember when session. Preaching will begin at eleven o’clock a.m. followed by a catered lunch. More details about the event will be in this column.
For a great looking car or truck on the inside and out, call 615-788-2256 and ask for Jamaal Collins. Brother’s keeper is a mobile detailing business.
Want some fresh vegetables? On Wednesdays fresh produce will be available on the Lynnville Square in front of the depot from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The Lynnville Line will soon be out again, making this the fourth edition. This newspaper tells about activities in Lynnville and also has some history about the town and community. The paper is published and printed at the Lynnville City Hall. This newspaper is certainly an asset to our town and we thank those who are putting the paper together.