MAIN STREET BEAT: Why do we love Franklin? Let us count the ways...
By Kerri Bartlett, Assistant Editor
Nearly 77,000 people call Franklin home. Nestled among rolling hills and pastoral farms, it is defi ned by its rich historic, character. The Williamson Herald wants to know, what makes Franklin, Franklin to you and your loved ones? Join the conversation on Twitter at #WHfranklin.
“Pinkerton Park, especially its wooden playground, is Franklin to me. I went there as a kid, and now I take my kids.”
Life-Long Franklin Resident,
Two daughters, Olivia, 4
“The downtown area is Franklin to me because it’s so family oriented and pretty. It reminds me of my hometown of Madison, Conn. Franklin feels like home.”
Franklin Resident of 3 years
“Comfort is Franklin to me. There are a lot of sweet and kind people here, who know how to make you feel like you belong.”
Kat Stout, 12
Franklin Resident who moved from Niceville, Fla., 3 years ago
“The rich history makes Franklin, Franklin – the Battle of Franklin, Carnton Plantation, Carter House and the historic homes. Also, the downtown area around Main Street is beautifully preserved.”
Franklin Resident of 5 years
Posted on: 4/2/2013