Paula Hinegardner – Realtor Open House Resource for Buyers
Paula Hinegardner, premier real estate agent for both Williamson and Davidson County, just launched a Open House section of her website. If you’re looking for real estate or you’re interested in looking at an Open House go to https://previewnashvillerealestate.com/find-an-open-house/ to look at the latest listings.
Paula’s is very driven to get the best for her clients. She is known for her exceptional customer service. She was awarded as a REALTrends Top Real Estate Agent in America, and most recently she was named the #1 Keller Williams Real Estate Agent in the Southeastern United States. Paula maintains close relationships with her real estate clients. Her motto is “Exceptional Service to Every Client. Every Time.”
If you’re looking for someone to find you your dream home and to work tirelessly to find it call Paula Hinegardner at (Office: 615-778-1818) or (Direct: 615-618-1330) or go to her website at previewnashvillerealestate.com
Nashville Slavery to Freedom Walking Tour
See Nashville like you’ve never seen it before. Join the Nashville walking tour and hear fascinating stories about where slaves lived, who they were, and the work that they did. As the city of Nashville grew, it became the second-largest slave port in Tennessee with most black people arriving via the transatlantic slave trade.
First, you’ll learn about black history on Lower Broadway. Then, United Street Tours will take you on a scenic walk alongside the peaceful Riverfront Park, where slaves traveled via the Cumberland River into a life of bondage and later freedom. Visit Fort Nashborough, an outdoor museum, and replica of the original Nashville settlement of the 1700s.
Enter the Public Square, where an enslaved man owned his own tavern and entertained Nashville’s elite. In one hour, you’ll experience a side of the Music City that has, until recently, remained hidden. By taking this tour, you are supporting local inclusion efforts by raising awareness about stories of diversity in Nashville.
Barre and Botox Pop-Up Class
Pure Barre of Brentwood and Cool Springs Plastic Surgery are having a Barre and Botox Pop-Up Class on February 1 at 10:00 am. There will be smoothies and goodie bags for attendees. Please sign up in advance as space will be limited. (615) 278-8991 or (615) 771-7718.
Pure Barre is taught by highly-trained instructors, they offer total body workout focused on low-impact, high-intensity movements that lift and tone muscles and improve strength, agility and flexibility for every body. Benefits include: Low Impact, Total Body, Effective Cardio and Creating Muscle. visit purebarre.com for more info.
For over 25 years Cool Springs Plastic Surgery has been a leading provider for Aesthetic Services in the Greater Nashville area. They have 4 locations, 4 Plastic Surgeons and over 10 Aesthetic Providers. To learn more go to coolspringsplasticsurgery.net.
Interest in New National Charity League, Inc. Chapter in Greater Nashville, TN Grows
National Charity League, Inc. (NCL), the nation’s premier mother-daughter non-profit organization, has announced growing interest in forming a new chapter in the Greater Nashville area, TN.
“We are thrilled to offer a unique service opportunity for mothers and daughters in the Greater Nashville area,” said Lori Thacker, Nashville Chapter President, National Charity League. “Tennessee has long been heralded as the Volunteer state, and the first ever Greater Nashville NCL chapter hopes to live up to its nickname with mothers and daughters serving the community!”
In addition to national philanthropic initiatives, the chapter’s inaugural members will have the opportunity to choose which local organizations they will support. Daughters currently in 6th-10th grade will embark on a core program focused on philanthropy, strengthening mother-daughter relationships, cultural experiences and leadership opportunities.
The Greater Nashville Chapter is open to mothers and daughters who reside in Williamson County or Davidson County. We encourage mothers with daughters in grades 6th through 10th to apply who are passionate about their community and want to become lifelong philanthropists.
For more information, please contact the Chapter’s VP Membership at MembershipGreaterNashville@nclonline.org
Free CPR Classes at the Brentwood Library
During the month of February, the Brentwood Fire & Rescue Department will be offering free cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) classes at the Brentwood Library. CPR is a lifesaving technique that is useful in many emergencies, including heart attack or near drowning, in which someone’s heart has stopped beating.
The classes will be offered on February 7, 14, 21, and 28, beginning at 6:30pm. Each class will last approximately two hours and is geared toward those ages 16 and up. Classes will offer training on infant, child, and adult CPR. Participants will be taught “hands only” CPR (no mouth-to-mouth breathing). This class will utilize the American Heart Association’s Friends & Family curriculum; therefore no CPR card will be issued. More information can be found on the American Heart Association’s website.
Classes are limited to 30 people per class. To register, contact Scott Barnes at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 371-2200 ext. 4523.