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  • Jean And Alexander Heard Library

    About Us Our ideal is to provide the highest quality of service to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visiting scholars. Patrons should expect to receive knowledgeable, timely service in a courteous manner. We will offer convenient bibliographic and physical access to the...

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  • Adventure Science Center

    Established in 1944, the Children’s Museum of Nashville resided on 2nd Avenue South in downtown Nashville. World War II was coming to an end and the nation was beginning to look to the future. Sgt. John Ripley Forbes’ vision for Nashville’s future was focus...

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  • Alive Hospice

    We provide loving care to people with life-threatening illnesses, support to their families, and service to the community in a spirit of enriching lives. To be recognized as expert providers of hospice care, palliative care, management of advanced disease and grief suppor...

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  • TriStar Centennial Medical Center

    Above all else, TriStar is committed to the care and improvement of human life. We strive to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare in the communities we serve. In pursuit of our mission, we believe the following value statements are essential and timeless: We re...

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  • Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum

    Mission The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is operated by the non-profit, educational Country Music Foundation (CMF). The mission of the CMF is to identify and preserve the evolving history and traditions of country music and to educate its audiences. Functioning as a...

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  • Edgehill Branch Library

    History Edgehill was conceived as a neighborhood branch and designed to convey an intimate human scale rather than a grand monument when it opened in 1967. The 2001 renovation added technology and enhanced the original concept. The library is dedicated to Councilman Mansfie...

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  • Nashville Red Cross

    The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for, and respond ...

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  • Rose Park Magnet Middle School

    Our entire staff is dedicated to making this school year a positive experience for our students. Our objective is to provide a safe learning environment where our students will continue to excel in all areas....

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  • Tennessee Art League

    Our Mission: The Tennessee Art League was organized in 1954 as a nonprofit organization in the State of Tennessee. The primary mission of the TAL is to assist local visual artists by providing gallery space, workshops, and educational programs. In addition, the League endeav...

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  • Watkins Park Branch Library

    History The library system's smallest branch, which occupies a room in the Community Center, became part of the library system in 1992. Its homework center and computers, added in 2002, are a magnet for the students and children in the neighborhood...

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  • Tennessee Historical Society

    The Tennessee Historical Society is a non-profit, membership organization headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. Established in 1849, the Society's purpose is to "promote interest in and preservation of all matters relating to the history of Tennessee." Activiti...

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  • Tennessee State Museum

    Mission Statement: "The mission of the Tennessee State Museum is to procure, preserve, exhibit, and interpret objects which relate to the social, political, economic, and cultural history of Tennessee and Tennesseans, and to provide exhibitions and programs for the educatio...

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  • Donelson Branch Library

    History The Donelson Branch opened in 1966. When this branch was built, the Donelson community was called the largest unincorporated town in the country. The site was chosen and the building designed to be functional to serve the growing population for many years. An au...

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  • Eakin Elementary School

    Our Vision "At Eakin we will build on our strengths of diversity, community involvement, and excellence in reading and the arts and we identify and improve upon our weaknesses to create a challenging learning environment for our children." The Vision statement purpose is t...

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  • Watson Grove Baptist Church

    Church Theme: "Developing a Caring, Sharing, Fruit-Bearing Church" Vision: We are a Christ-centered, Bible-based, Holy Spirit-led church. We are a diverse church committed to kingdom-building through effective holistic ministries. Through our holistic approach, w...

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  • Edmondson Pike Branch Library

    History: Conceived as an "open and inviting civic space" by architects Tuck-Hinton, the Edmondson Pike branch was built to serve a growing community by emphasizing books, ideas and a forum to learn and communicate. It features an open, linear design accented b...

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  • TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center

    Mission and Values: TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center: Experience the place where technology meets compassion every day. Serving our community since October 15, 1979, TriStar Southern Hills continues to grow and evolve. Since that time, the hospital has grown to 126 be...

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  • Thompson Lane Library

    History Thompson Lane Branch has been serving the community since 1965. This library featured an enclosed garden and was designed to complement nearby Coleman Park. It was completely renovated and restored in 2000....

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  • Pruitt Branch Library

    History The building which houses the Pruitt Library Branch was originally a fire hall. It opened as a library in 1993, occupying an area of 2,315 square feet. It is named for the state legislator Charles W. Pruitt and his wife, Mary, who also served from the 58th district....

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  • Richland Park Library

    History This building, originally the park recreation center, was remodeled to serve as a library in 1961. Richland Park Branch was opened October 23, 1962, by Mayor Ben West. It housed the WPLN radio station from December, 1962, until 1966, when the station moved to the Be...

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  • Hadley Park Branch Library

    Histrory When it opened in 1952, Hadley Park was the first branch library to be added to the library system since 1919. Like Hadley Park Community Center, the Hadley Park Branch Library was built to serve the African-American community. For many years it was the only li...

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  • North Branch Library

    History: North Branch Library was completed in 1915. Designed by C. K. Colley in the Beaux Arts style, it is one of the two remaining Carnegie libraries in Nashville (the other is East Branch). The oldest of Nashville's existing library buildings, its interior appointme...

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  • Bellshire Elementary Design Center

    Mission Statement The mission of Bellshire Design Center is to create a safe and orderly learning community where students master high academic standards and develop age-appropriate social competencies, teachers and parents participate in personal and professional growth ...

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  • Skyline Medical Center

    Above all else,  Skyline is committed to the care and improvement of human life. We strive to deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare in the communites we serve. In pursuit if mission, we believe the following value statements are essential and timeless. W...

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  • The Village Cultural Arts Center

    The Village Cultural Arts Center, Inc is a service based organization that uses the arts as a tool to preserve and perpetuate the art forms of the African Diaspora, in an environment conducive to empowerment, positive behavior, and creativity in the community....

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  • East Branch Library

    History The fourth of the original Carnegie libraries in Nashville, East was praised as an "architectural gem" when it opened on May 8, 1919. Having survived floods and tornadoes, East was beautifully restored in 2000 to reverse modern renovations made in the 1960...

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  • Nashville Auto-Diesel College

    Nashville Auto-Diesel College (NADC)* strives to meet our mission of excellence by offering the comprehensive training and education necessary to prepare graduates for initiating a life-long career in their chosen technical area. At NADC you'll not only receive hands-on trai...

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  • Brookmeade Elementary School

    Vision To be the school of choice for families in the Nashville community. Mission Statement The mission of Brookmeade Elementary School is to provide a safe and secure environment that prepares students to perform at the proficient or advanced level in reading and ...

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  • Cheekwood Botanical Garden And Museum Of Art

    History: The history and origin of Cheekwood are intimately interwoven with the growth of Nashville, the Maxwell House coffee brand and the Cheeks, one of the city's early entrepreneurial families. Christopher T. Cheek moved to Nashville in the 1880's and founded a wholes...

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