Franklin and Williamson County are expected to still be under a stay at home order on Monday, April 13, so Franklin Tomorrow is taking its monthly education series FrankTalks online.

We will utilize Zoom technology to host the program, starting at 9:30 a.m. and ending at approximately 10:30 a.m. Our topic will be “Social distancing, not disengagement,” with specifics of the program to be determined over the next few weeks to ensure timeliness during this time of self isolation.

This webinar will be a community conversation about staying engaged during COVID-19. Speakers for this webinar will include Franklin Mayor Dr. Ken Moore, Executive Director of the Main Street Program and Government Relations for the Downtown Franklin Association Jill Burgin, Williamson Medical Center representatives, and more to come.

“During this difficult time of social and physical distancing, we want to ensure that people don’t let that evolve into social disengagement,” said Mindy Tate, Franklin Tomorrow Executive Director. “We have invited Franklin Mayor Dr. Ken Moore, Downtown Franklin Association Director Jill Burgin, and a representative of Williamson Medical Center to join us during this Zoom webinar, which will also be available through Facebook Live.”

FrankTalks is presented monthly on the second Monday by Williamson Medical Center and Renasant Bank in conjunction with Franklin Tomorrow.

RSVP to the April 13 FrankTalks here.

The video from the April 13 FrankTalks webinar is available here for those who attended the webinar. You can also find the livestream on our Facebook page here.