Week in Review – October 10, 2013

On October 10, 2013, in News 2013, by Mark Norris
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal met with us to discuss education and economic issues.

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal met with us to discuss education and economic issues.

Our colleague, Senator Douglas Henry, was honored by the Greater Nashville Council on Aging. Senator Randy McNally sponsored a table and invited a number of us to join him. Pictured with me are Metro Davidson Criminal Court Clerk Howard Gentry and State Senator Jim Tracy.

 

 The Tennessee Wildlife Federation hosted an informational meeting in Nashville.

The Tennessee Wildlife Federation hosted an informational meeting in Nashville.

Kendall McCarter and our eldest son, Field Norris, an avid TWF supporter.

Kendall McCarter and our eldest son, Field Norris, an avid TWF supporter.

The Tennessee Wildlife Federation welcomes Nashville

The Tennessee Wildlife Federation welcomes Nashville

Governor's Economic Development Conference

Governor’s Economic Development Conference

Bigger. Bolder. Better.

Bigger. Bolder. Better.

Atoka Mayor Daryl Walker attended the Economic Development Conference

Atoka Mayor Daryl Walker attended the Economic Development Conference

Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald attended the Economic Development Conference

Bartlett Mayor Keith McDonald attended the Economic Development Conference

Former Governor Winfield Dunn attended the Economic Development Conference

Former Governor Winfield Dunn attended the Economic Development Conference

We attended the Wiseman Warriors Pancake Breakfast in Arlington on Saturday to raise awareness and funds in the fight against ALS. I Presented Debbie Wiseman with a special Proclamation in recognition of all she has done in this endeavor and for the community.

We attended the Wiseman Warriors Pancake Breakfast in Arlington on Saturday to raise awareness and funds in the fight against ALS. I Presented Debbie Wiseman with a special Proclamation in recognition of all she has done in this endeavor and for the community.

 

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