Non-profit cares for seniors

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun September 14, 2014 If life were a road, at birth it would stretch ahead, dark and flat. As the years pass, time and wear would

Goodwill guides youth

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun September 10, 2014 Navigating the waters of the job search is easier for some people than others. For those with barriers to finding employment, Goodwill

Museum brings county history to life

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun August 31, 2014 Walking around the Square, passersby perceive all the evidence of a modernized town–restaurants, bars, clothing boutiques, a courthouse. When Mickie Ross crosses

Horses help with grieving process

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun August 24, 2014 An uncharacteristic silence descended August 6 on the Ride On Center for Kids arena during a staff-training event. Upon learning of a

Maternity home helps mothers

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun August 17, 2014 For Aly Langsdorf, abortion was not an option. Pregnant at 15 and living with her mother, Ms. Lansdorf’s family’s finances could not

Center comforts the grieving

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun August 10, 2014 At some point, everyone experiences the loss of a loved one. The Christi Center was created so people don’t have to endure

More than just a meal

By Natalie Townsend Published in The Williamson County Sun August 3, 2014 When Deanna Shanklin is asked about the seniors who visit the facility she runs, Meals on Wheels’ Madella Hillard Neighborhood Center; her

Organization makes “BiG” impact

by Natalie Townsend Published in the Williamson Count Sun, July 27,2014 Before joining Brookwood in Georgetown, Eric would introduce himself as “Eric with autism.” Mr. Clark now calls himself “Eric the artisan.” He is