Franklin Tomorrow’s 2019 Breakfast with The Mayors series, presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners and Provision CARES Proton Therapy Nashville, will continue on Tuesday, April 30, at 7 a.m. at Rolling Hills Community Church, 1810 Columbia Ave.

During the program on April 30, the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® will discuss the outcomes of a study titled, “Population Growth & Economic Dynamics: A Case Study for Williamson County,” which was completed by the Jones College of Business Business and Economic Research Center at Middle Tennessee State University for WCAR. Franklin Tomorrow will also present further findings and a report from its 2018 On The Table initiative and representatives of Williamson Inc. will discuss information presented as part of its Outlook Williamson event the week before.

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Community Coffee will be served at 7 a.m., when the networking portion of this event will begin. Additionally, breakfast will be catered by Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant. The program will start at 7:45 am.

Thanks to its generous partners, Breakfast with the Mayors is free to attend. Our 2019 supporters at this time include Pinnacle Financial Partners; Provision CARES Proton Therapy Nashville; Williamson County Association of REALTORS®; Williamson Medical Center; Patterson, Hardee, & Ballentine; Hazen and Sawyer; and Puckett’s Grocery & Restaurant.

During the April 30 event, attendees are asked to bring canned goods or pantry staples such as peanut butter, mac & cheese, cereal, or pasta for the “Mind the Gap” project, coordinated by Leadership Franklin. Did you know 1 in 5 children and 1 in 8 of the general population suffer food insecurity in Middle Tennessee? The goal of the project is to provide more than 5,000 meals to struggling families in the Franklin/Williamson County area during the food drive, April 22-May 3.

For more information, visit Franklin Tomorrow is a nonprofit community visioning and engagement organization. Its mission is to engage the community, foster collaboration, and advocate for a shared vision for the future of Franklin.