Weekly What - Issue 63
Your Vote Matters
Vote! Early voting continues for the Metro Nashville August election. There are several competitive school board races and primaries. Remember what former Pres. Obama wrote about how to make real change, "the elected officials who matter most in reforming police departments and the criminal justice system work at the state and local levels."
PENCIL Packers Needed
School is "starting" soon so now is a great time to help PENCIL pack supply bags for the 6,500 teachers in Metro Nashville Public Schools. PENCIL links community resources with Nashville public schools to help young people achieve academic success and prepare for life. As a volunteer, you will participate in a social distanced packing assembly line to put together tote bags filled with information and supplies for teachers.
FOOD & DRINK WHAT
Not the famous we wanted, but the famous we got
What a turn for Nashville–from being treated as a "star" in the pages of the New York Times to a being called out as "No Mask-Ville" on TMZ.
Puzzles are back in stock and selling fast. Don't miss your chance to grab one.
Chihuly at Cheekwood has returned to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Chihuly’s 2010 at Cheekwood while also commemorating the 60th anniversary of Cheekwood as a public institution. Get outside and see some really pretty glass on a really big scale in really blooming gardens.