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Mayoral Candidate Tami Sawyer Rally at Clayborn Temple

On March 9, 2019, Memphis mayoral candidate and Shelby County Commissioner, Tami Sawyer held a community rally to introduce her campaign platform and share her vision for the future of the city of Memphis with supporters.

418 National Parks in Three Years

Mikah is going to spend three years visiting every National Park Service site (418 sites to be exact) and he is ending his journey April 29th at the Washington Monument. He is inviting everyone to come out and celebrate!

Amazon’s Past Reveals the Future of FedEx

I was sitting down with a friend who works in sales at FedEx a few years ago and I brought up the question of Amazon replacing FedEx as a dominant player in shipping. My friend said that would never happen. FedEx isn’t worried about Amazon. At that time Amazon Prime was new. Amazon had just purchased a fleet of jets and trailers for shipping. A look at Amazon’s past was like the handwriting on the wall for me.

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More Than a Mortgage

We Believe experience isn’t expensive, it’s priceless

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Live at the Garden 2019: Premier Recap!

Memphis Botanic Garden is proud to announce the line up for this year’s annual Live at the Garden summer concert series. The series kicks off June 7th with the classic rock band Kansas, July 13 with American rock band The Doobie Brothers, August 2 with singer/songwriter legend and icon Lionel Richie, August 31 with country powerhouse Toby Keith, and September 14th with country music’s best new male vocalist winner Brett Young.

Leadership Specialist Job Girl Scouts Heart of the South

Girls Scouts Heart of the South is looking for an entry level think outside the box, creative team member with demonstrated ability to build strong working relationships at all levels and to collaborate with Girl Scout Members (girls ages 5 – 17), volunteers, community stakeholders and GSHS staff. Must have prior leadership development experience either as a student or a leader. We are accepting applications for a full-time leadership specialist to work in the fast-paced environment at the Memphis Leadership office.

Hoedown For Hope Red, White and Boots!

Hoedown For Hope Red, White and Boots! Friday, April 12, 2019 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. at Propcellar. Join us for food, drinks, silent auction, MECHANICAL BULL and music by DJ Nugget Johnson! All proceeds of the event will benefit the children that Hope House serves ranging from 6 weeks to 5 years old who are affected by HIV and living in poverty.

Pass the Gavel! Camp Congress for Girls

Girls in grades 5th – 8th will be in charge when Camp Congress is in session on Saturday, March 30, 2019. A national program created by Girls in Politics, Camp Congress is an amazing opportunity to learn valuable lessons and information about the American political system. Hosted by Girl Scouts Heart of the South and Hutchison School. With more women serving in Congress than ever before, now is a momentous time for girls to learn all about the American political system and how they can be a part of it to change the world.

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This is Me: Tami Sawyer

If you think throwing dirt at Tami Sawyer for Mayor is going to work, you don’t know Tami! Recently Tami Sawyer sat down with the #FunCrew at Muddy’s Bake Shop to share her story on the only platform in the city without an agenda, JustMyMemphis!

This is Me: Lemichael Wilson

I am not your average candidate. I am a small business owner and an active community member. I believe in civic and civil discourse as a means of achieving optimal solutions. I am committed to improving the city’s operations in the residential, business, social and civic sectors. I will listen to you, I will represent you, I will honor you. More importantly, I will do something different, I will make citizens first!

This is Me: Allan Creasy

My name is Allan Creasy. I’m 37 years old, a life-long resident of the 901, a graduate of the University of Memphis, a bartender, and last year I ran for public office. This is Me.

A Cougar’s Passion Recap [Mature]

I am truly grateful an appreciative for all that this journey has afforded me, mainly the opportunity to meet so many wonderful and amazingly supportive as well talented people. February 23, 2019 was phenomenal, A Cougar’s Passion the stage production surpassed all my expectations. Thank you Memphis, Mississippi, Arkansas, Texas, Louisiana and Georgia!!

Time to #BeAmazing

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