La Vergne, Tennessee

La Vergne, Tennessee is one of the fastest growing communities in Tennessee (and probably in the Southeastern United States). A few short years ago, the population was approximately 9,000. Today, there are more than 25,000 residents who call La Vergne "home" and it continues to grow. This blog is dedicated to keeping our community updated on current events, and serves as a guide for restaurants, entertainment, schools, and more. Welcome to La Vergne!

Friday, November 17, 2006

Clean Up Day Photos

This is what Community Clean-Up Day was all about. On November 11th, volunteers grabbed garbage bags and cleaned the area near the Hurricane Creek boat ramp. Angie Mayes said about 75 people showed up to help clean the 1.5 mile trail, which is near Hurricane Boat Ramp. It will be turned into part of La Vergne's Greenway system. Our community owes these big-hearted individuals a big THANK YOU for your time and effort!

Vice Mayor Jerry Gann picks up garbage bags.

Webster Gilcrease and Aaron Simmons haul trash bags while members of the community help clean up.

Chuck Walden shows off his bag of garbage.

A group of people work on the trail.

Grace Church minister Randy Berg and Mayor Ronnie Erwin take a moment to pose near the water, alongside the trail.

LHS DECCA student Kayla Short picks up trash as a part of her DECCA and National Honor Society projects.

The trail....

Mayor Ronnie Erwin and Bridgestone Plant Manager John McLaughlin pick up trash.

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