Weekly wrap for Representative Mark Pody

STATE REPRESENTATIVE MARK PODY
STANDING STRONG ON PRINCIPLES – SERVING CANNON, DEKALB AND WILSON COUNTIES
Click the links below to visit these helpful websites
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Town Meetings
  I always look forward to meeting with each of you. This would be a great time for more lengthy input from you the constituents.
1st Friday – Lebanon Wilson County Chamber of Commerce from 8:00a.m. until 9:00a.m.

3rd Friday – Depot Junction Cafe in Watertown from 8:00a.m. until 9:00a.m.
Smithville at Hardees from 10:00a.m. until 11:00a.m.
Woodbury Senior Center from  1:00p.m. until 2:00p.m
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Did you know that if you are searching for a job you can visit Jobs4TN and click on featured jobs.
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As we begin the 110th, we will start working on legislation. Please check out the survey we have prepared to assist in bill preparation.  Your assistance is greatly appreciated.  If you have ideas, we will be glad to receive those as well.
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Local Cannon County Teen Sergeant Bryson Bell, Son of Tim and Diane Bell, has been named the 2016 Rutherford County Unit Young Marine of the Year
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If you are looking for a job, Tenneco in Smithville takes application on Mondays from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. at the Dekalb County Community Complex.
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If you still have a Pody Sign and we need to pick it up, please give us a call at615-444-4423.
If your students would like to page in the 110th or your class would enjoy a tour of the Capitol, please call Debbie and schedule at 615-741-7086.
Christmas is a magical time. It tends to bring back happy memories of family gatherings and charming traditions that have been passed down through the generations. Christmas carols, gift exchanges and family feasts are just some of the enduring traditions that make the season one of the world’s favorite holidays. Christmas means something different to every person and family, but as you get ready for this special time, do not forget the real reason for this season. JESUS gave all that we could have life and life everlasting.  HE is the reason for this season.  From my family to yours, I thank you for all your support.   As I represent each of you in the 46th district, I look forward to being your voice the next two years as your State Representative in 110th Tennessee General Assembly.  God Bless You and MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR.
          Mark & Barbara Pody
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Great turnout at the Watertown Christmas Parade
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Thanks to Mayor Tim Stribling and the Dekalb County Chamber for the Thanksgiving Prayer Breakfast.  Guest Speaker was Dr. Paul Stumb, President of Cumberland University.  Pictured with Suzanne Williams, Chamber President.
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A special thanks to the great work at the Woodbury Child Advocacy Center. Pictured with Alissa Kalish, Jessica Wauchek, Keylon Holloway, Amanda Pruitt, Rebecca Stamps, Kristen Troglen and Shirley Borren.