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Charles W. Bone Honored at Salvus Center Dinner in Hendersonville

On April 6, Charles W. Bone was honored at the 2019 “Seed to Harvest” Spring Celebration for the Salvus Center, Inc. a faith-based primary care health center in Gallatin, Tennessee. Salvus seeks to reclaim the Biblical and historical commitment to care for poor and underprivileged patients so they can experience wholeness, wellness and healing. Joined by more than 300 guests, the annual event celebrated the volunteers and donors who have supported the center since its opening in 2006. All proceeds benefitted the center’s programs and future patients. Tennessee State Representative and Bone McAllester Norton attorney Johnny Garrett and his wife Kara Garrett served as event chairs.  

In 2004, Bone was among the group of community leaders who founded Salvus Center to address the health care concerns for people who work and support their families but cannot afford health care and do not qualify for TennCare. After much planning and meeting, the Salvus Center started seeing patients in 2006 with the vision that every citizen in Sumner County would have access to affordable health care. Over the years, the center has served more than 62,000 patients.

Bone was introduced as the Honored Guest of the 2019 Spring Celebration Dinner by his daughter, Baylor Bone Swindell, who shared how her grandparents Nokes and Billy Bone established the family’s tradition of giving back to others in Sumner County.

For more information about Salvus Center, visit their website.

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Marty Cook Leading Legal Counsel for Clarendale of Hendersonville

Marshall T. “Marty” CookMarshall T. “Marty” CookHendersonville's popular Indian Lake area is getting a $40 million senior living community.  The development, Clarendale of Hendersonville will be at the corner of Indian Lake Boulevard   and Maple Drive housing 184 units with several amenities including dining, a crafts room, a library and a billiards room.

The development is a joint venture between Ryan Companies and LCSMarty Cook of Bone McAllester Norton is serving as legal counsel for the project.

For more information, the original press release is here.

The article has been featured in the Nashville Post and REJournals.com.

Neighbors Bar & Restaurant Plans Two More Midstate Locations

Bone McAllester Norton client Jody Myers, co-owner of Neighbors of Sylvan Park, announced this week that he is opening two more locations for the neighborhood bar and restaurant. By the end of the year, Neighbors will have locations in Hendersonville and in Franklin. The menu will continue to serve the same favorites and will feature some new additions, including fish and burgers.

 

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Bill Wright Receives the Ralph G. Hanning Lifetime of Service Award

Congratulations to attorney Bill Wright who was surprised at today's Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce luncheon as the recipient of The Ralph G. Hanning Lifetime of Service Award. This award is meant to honor a person in our community that has consistently given of their time and talents in order to make Hendersonville a better community to live, work and play.

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Attorney Marshall T. Cook Appointed to Board of Hendersonville Rotary Foundation

Bone McAllester Norton would like to congratulate attorney Marshall Cook for being appointed to the board of the Hendersonville Rotary Foundation, an organization driven to improve the community.

BMN Welcomes Veteran Attorney and takes a trip to Vegas with Will Cheek

James Mackler joins Bonelaw, Hendersonville runs, Will Cheeks talks beer in Vegas and Stephen Zralek has advice on online reputation management.

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Susan R. High-McAuley Appointed to Hendersonville Chamber Board

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Susan R. High-McAuley was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce as Legal Counsel. The Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce is an organization that strives to connect, support, promote, and advocate for businesses in the Hendersonville Area.

Bone McAllester Norton is thrilled to congratulate Susan on her new role in the community.

Susan R. High-McAuley Appointed to Hendersonville Chamber Board

Bone McAllester Norton attorney Susan R. High-McAuley was recently appointed to the Board of Directors of the Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce as Legal Counsel. The Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce is an organization that strives to connect, support, promote, and advocate for businesses in the Hendersonville Area.

Bone McAllester Norton is thrilled to congratulate Susan on her new role in the community.

Bonelaw Sponsors 8th Annual Freedom Run in Hendersonville

We were honored to sponsor the 8th Annual  Rotary Club of Hendersonville's Freedom Run 5K. Our own Marty Cook, attorney in our firm's Hendersonville office, won 13th place out of over 200 runners!  A few of our staff members were there passing out water to make sure the runners recovered quickly for the rest of their holiday festivities.

Marty Cook Goes “Back to School”

Marty Cook and Bone McAllester Norton have partnered with Nannie Berry Elementary School in Hendersonville, Tennessee and our client “COMPASS” (Community Outreach Making Partners At Sumner Schools) for several years.


 COMPASS’ emphasis is to develop partnerships between the business community and Sumner County Public Schools to improve student success.


Marty served as President of the COMPASS Board of Directors and has led Bone McAllester Norton’s involvement at Nannie Berry Elementary School in many different ways. Recently, Bone McAllester Norton participated in the “School Back Pack” program which provided food for less fortunate students at Nannie Berry Elementary over the holidays.  Bone McAllester Norton has also led COMPASS’ school supply drive at the start of each school year and provided tutors in classrooms. We are pleased to have been involved in several incentive programs for the students at Nannie Berry, where prizes such as bikes and buckets of gifts were presented to students who exhibited excellent character. Bone McAllester Norton provides and prepares academic certificates at the end of the school year acknowledging students for their accomplishments over the past year. Marty has been influential in encouraging other businesses in the Hendersonville area to partner in these endeavors.


 

Marty Cook Goes “Back to School”

Marty Cook and Bone McAllester Norton have partnered with Nannie Berry Elementary School in Hendersonville, Tennessee and our client “COMPASS” (Community Outreach Making Partners At Sumner Schools) for several years.

 COMPASS’ emphasis is to develop partnerships between the business community and Sumner County Public Schools to improve student success.

Marty served as President of the COMPASS Board of Directors and has led Bone McAllester Norton’s involvement at Nannie Berry Elementary School in many different ways. Recently, Bone McAllester Norton participated in the “School Back Pack” program which provided food for less fortunate students at Nannie Berry Elementary over the holidays.  Bone McAllester Norton has also led COMPASS’ school supply drive at the start of each school year and provided tutors in classrooms. We are pleased to have been involved in several incentive programs for the students at Nannie Berry, where prizes such as bikes and buckets of gifts were presented to students who exhibited excellent character. Bone McAllester Norton provides and prepares academic certificates at the end of the school year acknowledging students for their accomplishments over the past year. Marty has been influential in encouraging other businesses in the Hendersonville area to partner in these endeavors.