Saturday, November 26, 2016

Shop Small Business Saturday - Nov 26

American Express has been bringing attention to small business since 2010, and this Saturday is a good reason to get out and support the many small businesses here in Franklin.

Shop Small Business Saturday - Nov 26
Shop Small Business Saturday - Nov 26

If you need a refresher on the #shopFranklin small businesses, the listing can be found on the #shopFranklin webpage

Santa arrives on the Town Common at 4:00 PM on Sunday, Nov 27

Concerts on the Common will bring Santa to the Town Common on Sunday, Nov 27. Santa is scheduled to arrive via one of the Franklin Fire Dept trucks at 4:00 PM

Santa arrives on the Town Common at 4:00 PM on Sunday, Nov 27
Santa arrives on the Town Common at 4:00 PM on Sunday, Nov 27

Spectra Energy will be conducting a survey of the gas pipeline
Spectra Energy will be conducting a survey of the gas pipeline that runs through Franklin and neighboring communities beginning Monday, Nov 28. 

The details of the survey team are contained in the letter copied here that was provided to Franklin. The survey should be completed by Dec 15 if weather permits.

December Franklin Connection Newsletter 2016

Please note the new Issue of The Franklin Connection newsletter below;

  • December 2016 Newsletter

Read more:

the Franklin Senior Center
the Franklin Senior Center

A Glass Slipper Christmas and Humbug! coming to stage this December

Franklin Performing Arts Company (FPAC) celebrates the holiday season with two original FPAC musicals, A Glass Slipper Christmas and Humbug! The productions are family friendly, festive, and full of fun.

With a twist on the Cinderella fairy tale classic, A Glass Slipper Christmas debuts this season at THE BLACK BOX, located at 15 West Central Street in downtown Franklin. Performances are on December 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m., with a Sunday matinee on December 11 at 2 p.m. The production follows in the tradition of a British panto, a type of show that retells a well-known fairy tale in an exaggerated style filled with audience participation, popular music, slapstick comedy, jokes, dances, and more. Audiences are invited to cheer for the hero, boo at the villain, and sing along with some of their favorite songs. The panto also entertains with double entendre, references to modern culture, and open satire of other works.

FPAC’s original holiday musical, Humbug!, is a contemporary adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
FPAC’s original holiday musical, Humbug!, is a contemporary
adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.

FPAC’s large-cast holiday musical, Humbug!, will be presented on Saturday, December 17 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, December 18 at 2 p.m. at the Franklin High School auditorium, located at 218 Oak Street. A family favorite since debuting as part of the company’s 2008 season, Humbug! is an original musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. With music hits of every genre and live accompaniment by a 10-piece band of professional musicians, Humbug! transports audiences from Dickensian England to contemporary America as the novel’s iconic characters and storyline are cleverly reimagined with modern setting and dialogue. Humbug! stars the script’s writer, Nick Paone, as Ebenezer Scrooge.

Founded in 1991, FPAC presents the holiday musicals as part of the company’s 26th season. With a focus on youth development and a commitment to live music, the nonprofit FPAC supports educational arts experiences, quality entertainment, and outstanding performance opportunities for professional artists, community performers, and students of the arts. Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation is FPAC’s 2016 Holiday Sponsor. 

For tickets and more information, visit or or call (508) 528-3370.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Upcoming Events in Franklin, MA Area: FRI 11/25/16 - THU 12/1/16

FRIDAY 11/25/16
Shiva Market Grand Opening @ 365 W. Central Street, Franklin MA
1-3pm   Make Snowmen Vase/Candleholder (grades 5 and up) @ Franklin Art Center

SATURDAY 11/26/16
Small Business Saturday - #ShopSmall #ShopLocal #shopFranklin
7:30pm   New England Ringers Concert @ Franklin Federated Church

SUNDAY 11/27/16
7:30-10:30am   Sunday Morning Breakfast returns to Franklin Rod and Gun Club - open to public
1:00pm   Robert Megerdichian talks about metal miniatures at Franklin Historical Museum
4-6pm   Santa @ The Town Common

MONDAY 11/28/16
4pm   Krafty Mondays (ages 6-12) @ Franklin Public Library

THURSDAY 12/1/16
9:30am-12:30pm   Holiday Extravaganza Fair @ Franklin YMCA
4-7pm   Holiday Extravaganza Fair @ Franklin YMCA
4-7pm   FDP Holiday Stroll @ Downtown Franklin

For all the Town of Franklin Public Meetings click HERE.

For event details click HERE.

*If you have any suggestions or events for the calendar, please email and

Circle of Friends: Ellis Paul in concert December 3, 2016

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in concert
with special guest

Laurie MacAllister
of Red Molly
and Michele Kelly

December 3rd, $25

Ellis Paul returns to the Circle of Friends Coffeehouse on Saturday, December 3rd.  Ellis is one of the most significant stars in the modern history of folk music. He is a critically-acclaimed singer, songwriter, poet, and troubadour originally hailing from a potato farming family in northern Maine. He is the recipient of fifteen Boston Music Awards, second only to multi-platinum act, Aerosmith. Over the course of twenty years, Ellis Paul has built a vast catalog of music which weds striking poetic imagery and philosophical introspection with hook-laden melodies. He has bridged the gulf between the modern folk sound and the populist traditions of Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger more successfully than perhaps any of his songwriting peers.
His music has been shared with a wider audience as well, through commercials, documentaries, TV shows and in the soundtracks of several blockbuster films, among them three by the Farrelly Brothers -- "Hall Pass" (starring Owen Wilson and Alyssa Milano), "Me, Myself, & Irene" (starring Jim Carrey) and "Shallow Hal" (starring Jack Black and Gwyneth Paltrow). Peter Farrelly summed up the sentiments of all those who have come to know and appreciate Paul's music by referring to him as "a national treasure."

"Ellis Paul is a master storyteller. He combines the sensibilities of Bob Dylan and Bill Morrissey and delivers it with a passion that sets him apart in the company of a new breed of songwriters."
- Performing Songwriter Magazine

"Despite his success and sense of history, Mr. Paul remains an artist with his eye on the future and an interest in discovering the transformative potential in his music." - The New York Times
Ellis will be joined at this very special show by Laurie MacAllister of Red Molly. Her voice has a richness, range and pureness that sets her apart from her contemporaries.

Local favorite Michele Kelly of Dear Prudence will open the show.
The Circle of Friends Coffeehouse is a non-profit organization affiliated with Franklin's First Universalist Society. Concerts are presented in a smoke free and alcohol free environment at the Society's handicapped accessible Meetinghouse, 262 Chestnut St. in Franklin, and begin at 8:00 PM; doors open at 7:30 PM. Beverages and gourmet desserts will be available. Admission is $25. Please call (508)528-2541 or visit to purchase tickets or for more information. 
Upcoming Shows
Dec 10      A Celtic Christmas with Robbie O'Connell and Rose Clancy
Jan 7        Christine Lavin and Don White
Jan 28      Peter Mulvey

Circle of Friends Coffeehouse · First Universalist Society · 262 Chestnut St · Franklin, MA 02038 · USA

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KP tops FHS on Thanksgiving

Hockomock Sports published the Thanksgiving football results. from around the Hockomock League allowing us to share the FHS results.

King Philip, 43 @ Franklin, 7 – Final
1st Quarter: (KP) Shane Frommer 51 yard rush, XP good. 
2nd Quarter: (KP) Brendan Lydon 26 yard pass to S. Frommer, XP good; (KP) B. Lydon 13 yard pass to Alex Olsen, XP no good; (KP) A. Olsen 1 yard rush, XP good; (F) Jake Noviello 12 yard pass to Connor Peterson, XP good. 
3rd Quarter: (KP) Giovanni Fernandez 5 yard rush, 2pt good. 
4th Quarter: (KP) Aidan Bender 60 yard interception return, 2pt good.

FHS Panthers
FHS Panthers

For all the results on Thanksgivng

Rotaract Club established at Dean College

Franklin Rotary Club has chartered a Rotaract Club at Dean College. The 19 charter members, all Dean students, attended last Thursday's Rotary Club meeting where they were formally inducted into Rotaract by Rotary District Governor Steve Sager from the Westboro Rotary Club, Franklin Rotary President Theodore Katsaros, and Carlos Aguilera, Franklin Rotarian and the Rotaract Club Advisor. 

It is very difficult to establish a Rotaract Club, due to the need for several factors to come together at the same time. The students already have a list of projects they intend to do to help out in the Franklin community. 

Rotaract Club established at Dean College
Rotaract Club established at Dean College

Photo was taken during the induction of individual members by Mr Sager.

In the News: The Nutcracker, New England Ringers

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"The Franklin Performing Arts Company will present “The Nutcracker” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 3 and 2 p.m. Dec. 4 in the Franklin High School auditorium, 218 Oak St. 
The show will include a 27-piece orchestra and more than 100 area dancers. 
The production will feature a professional orchestra under the direction of Peter Cokkinias, who celebrates his 13th year as music director/conductor of FPAC’s Nutcracker orchestra. Guest artists Vilia Putrius and Mindaugas Bauzys, company dancers with Festival Ballet Providence, will perform the roles of the sugar plum fairy and her cavalier. Rosario Guillen, a student of the Boston Conservatory at Berklee, will dance the part of the nutcracker/prince, with Aaron Andrade, of Lincoln, Rhode Island, playing the role of Dr. Drosselmeyer. A choir will sing the ethereal choral parts that accompany the enchanting Snow Scene that closes the ballet’s first act."
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"1. Franklin Federated Church will host its annual Christmas concert Saturday.
2. After a two-year hiatus, this year's concert will feature the New England Ringers performing an arrangement of winter and Christmas melodies.
3. New England Ringers is a 15-member community handbell ensemble of musicians playing the most-advanced level of handbell literature.
4. New England Ringers performances are a blend of musical moods and styles. Their repertoire includes classical transcriptions, familiar favorites and original compositions."
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Library open for normal business Fri, Sat, and Sun

After closing for Thanksgiving, the Franklin Public Library will be open for normal hours Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Fri - Sat: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sun: 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm

Franklin Public Library
Franklin Public Library

library book shelving in the temporary location at 25 Kenwood Circle
library book shelving in the temporary location at 25 Kenwood Circle

This was shared from the Franklin Library webpage

Thursday, November 24, 2016

Franklin Interfaith Council - Thanksgiving Service - Message

My wife and I were joined by about 200 hundred folks who gathered at the First Universalist Society where the Temple Etz Chaim hosted the Interfaith Council Thanksgiving Service on Sunday, November 20. The Interfaith Council Choir led the gathering in song.

The Rev. Deborah M. Woodward, Interim Priest at St John's Episcopal Church was honored to deliver the Thanksgiving message. I approached her afterward to see if she would share her talk with us and she gladly did so.

I do not normally do something like this but these are not normal times. You can read, share, and discuss Rev Woodward's message.

To you and your family, may your Thanksgiving be a good one!

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The Title of this Message is “Modim Anachnu Lach” - (which from the Hebrew means, “We Thank You.”)

Modim Anachnu Lach”  from Hebrew means, “We Thank You.”
Modim Anachnu Lach”  from Hebrew means, “We Thank You.”

"As I begin, First, I wish you to know that I was deeply touched when I was invited, “thank you”, to offer this message.

I mean “touched” as in TOUCHED in bold capital letters, by the honor of being considered, as I am “the new kid on the block.”
And I also wondered a bit, because, this is not something I have ever done before, spoken at an interfaith gathering. Amazing, after 30 years in the job!

So, I am thankful and grateful for this opportunity, and I pray that I might do a worthy job.

As I prayed and named for myself this deep sense that “this is no ordinary opportunity,” I began to ponder,

• Why does it seem so very important?
• Why does this night seem different from other nights?

• I pause.
• I pray.
• I wait.

And then the blessed penny dropped… Ah the Spirit…

I thought...

Given the divisiveness and incivility of our recent public discourse -

Is it not a remarkable grace that we are gathered here?
Especially now!
This is a gathering that might not always be possible, allowed, safe, or surrendered unto,
in a world so often broken and divided?

Our shared communion here;
That that we choose to gather here;
That we congregate, way beyond mere civility;

That we gather in shared thankfulness,

• In song and psalm
• In wisdom and prayer
• That we gather across separateness and in communion
• That we are free to do so

This is actually a reality of Grace beyond thanksgiving. It is a wonder.

Look about this worship space. See each other.

I recall a dated aphorism…
“The medium is the message.”
This is important.

Modim, anachu lach.

For this moment in time we should indeed be awesomely grateful, and this truth calls me to consider that, tonight, perhaps, we should be seeking a deeper gratitude.

Touched as I was…

I needed to consider how, for me, for us, tonight's thankfulness might have its own unique particularity...

Perhaps a more pointed, additional thankfulness?
Is there something here, to be said, that is unique to the times?
I mean, in 2016 in Franklin, perhaps, something else that needs to be considered?

I recall our responsive reading...

Indeed we are thankful for...

Galaxies, humanity, freedom, ….

Here, I have a confession to make. I had considered that we might offer thanksgiving for Brussels sprouts on Thursday's thanksgiving table, but it occurred to me that Brussels sprouts might not be something for which we are all universally thankful.

We are thankful for...
Galaxies, humanity, freedom, ….

Food, nourishment...

Family, children, grandchildren...

For the tenacity of the human soul to strive to the limit for what is right,

For those who have sacrificed and those who have saved us into liberty.

Yet I find in our responsive reading, as I wondered, some words that do make this night different from others. I was touched by this particular thanksgiving.

“The Right to Choose.”

And this line guides me on.

• We have said that we are grateful for the right to choose.
• We have chosen to be here.
• We have self-selected.
• And therefore, we are called to take that right to choose with transcendent seriousness.
• We are thankful for the right and the freedom to choose how to behave.
• How to be godly and righteous.
• Modim Anachnu lach.

Here is my particular closing thought, for us in the here and now…

We are called to be grateful for the right
Indeed the obligation...
To choose, when we leave here, to offer ourselves back to this world in thanksgiving.

You see, I believe that all of us here are “touched people.”
I don't think we are accidentally present here across our differences.
We are blessed, touched, called to be here, to claim thanksgiving for our common blessedness, and to leave as agents of that thanksgiving across all that divides.

• Perhaps tonight we might to attend to that particular gratitude.
• The right to choose, to choose to be people of civility.
• And far more, to be people whose lives are grounded, beyond civility,
• grounded in thanksgiving,
• sustained in faithfulness,
• and united in a common intention, not only to be thankful, but to do thankful.

I believe that being here calls us to action.
I believe we are all here because, in the mysterious ways that wonder works we are all “touched” people.

I remember the demeaning use of that word from my youth. Someone who was “touched” was a little bit crazy. Well that's okay. Maybe we, the gratefully blessed, need to be willing to look foolish for that which is right!

I believe we evidence, by our very presence here, a particular calling, a responsibility to be thankful for our commissioning as those who demand that the world be a place of thanksgiving for all.

Let us be touched by this sacred responsibility to leave here to do thankfulness.

Let us leave here consciously, intentionally thankful, not just for material well being, not just for the spiritual grace, and the wisdom blessing our lives, but for the tasks of our lives, and I believe that task is to redeem the world to a place of thankfulness for all.

Thus we concluded our responsive reading with these words…"

“We pray that we may live not by our fears but by our hopes, not by our words but by our deeds.”

  • Rev. Deborah M. Woodward, Interim Priest at St John's Episcopal Church

The cover of the program for the serivce
The cover of the program for the service

The full program for the service can be found here in individual files

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  • Page 4

Heath Nisbett at 2016 Franklin Cultural Festival (video)

Turning back time (or #TBT) to that Saturday in July when THE BLACK BOX had two stages going for a full day of musical performances.

Here is a sample of the performance by Heath Nisbett on the indoor stage at THE BLACK BOX

For more about Heath, visit his profile online

Heath Nisbett (photo by Jake Jacobson)
Heath Nisbett (photo by Jake Jacobson)

The 3rd Annual Cultural Festival will be held in Franklin July 26 through July 29, 2017. Subscribe for email updates

MBTA: Thanksgiving through Friday: Commuter Rail notice

On Thanksgiving Day, 11/24, the Commuter Rail will operate on a Sunday schedule. 

On Friday, 11/25, the Commuter Rail will operate on a regular weekday schedule.

Last updated: Nov 23 2016 11:01 AM

MBTA commuter rail enroute to Boston
MBTA commuter rail enroute to Boston

FHS Wolowacki recognized as Hockomock Football All Star has published the official 2016 Hockomock League Football All Stars, selected by the coaches in the league.


  • John DeLuca, King Philip


  • Jacob Wolowacki, Franklin

2016 Hockomock League Football All Stars
2016 Hockomock League Football All Stars

For the full listing of football all stars

Franklin Historical Museum: miniature metal art exhibit to close on Sunday

The current exhibit of metal artwork by Abraham Megerdichian will be closing at the Franklin Historical Museum on Sunday, November 27

At 1 PM the same day, Robert Megerdichian will give a new presentation about his father’s life and his art. 

Robert Megerdichian presenting in October when the exhibit opened
Robert Megerdichian presenting in October when the exhibit opened

Additional information and photos of the exhibit. The pictures do not do justice to the art work of the miniature metal pieces.


The Franklin Historical Museum is open from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Saturday, and from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Sunday. Admission is free.

For more about the Museum visit them online

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Register today for the Franklin Turkey Trot 5K Family Fun Run

On Thanksgiving morning, hundreds will gather at the Franklin Turkey Trot 5K Family Fun Run to help fight hunger. The registration fee of $20, or 20 nonperishables, goes directly to the Franklin Food Pantry, keeping donations local to help those in need during this holiday season.

The event begins and ends at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS Church) at 91 Jordan Road in Franklin. The race, open to runners and walkers of all ages, is a great opportunity for the entire family to get out and exercise together before their traditional Thanksgiving feast. And, there’s the added benefit of helping to relieve hunger in the community.

“We are inspired by the great turnout for the Franklin race,” said Erin Lynch, executive director for the Franklin Food Pantry. “Thanksgiving is a time for everyone to truly appreciate what they have, but also an occasion to think of others who are struggling to put food on their tables. The Turkey Trot rallies our community to give back and help protect others from the threat of hunger. We, and the 504 households we serve, are grateful to our community for coming out to support us.”

The November 24 race will begin at 8 a.m. Registration can be made online at; at the LDS Church from 7 – 9 p.m. on Wednesday (today); or Thursday morning before the race from 7 – 8 a.m. 

While the registration fee of $20 is preferred, individuals have the option of donating 20 nonperishables to register. The Pantry has a shortage of personal hygiene products, such as toilet paper, deodorant, shampoo, liquid hand soap and feminine products.

For more information, call 508-520-9864 or email

Franklin Turkey Trot Helps Feed Those in Need - Nov 24
Franklin Turkey Trot Helps Feed Those in Need - Nov 24



- No matter how cute, kind and darling your dog is, the insurance we use does not allow for animals on the course. Please don’t bring them as we will pull you out of the race.


-WEDNESDAY NIGHT from 7-9:00 pm - Avoid the long lines on Thanksgiving morning and register, pick-up bibs, free sunglasses, etc.
THANKSGIVING morning from 6:45 - 7:45 am.
TIMER - We have hired a professional timer and we’ll be using timing chips.


8:00 am Thanksgiving morning. Last year we were hesitant to close registration before the race because the line was soooo long. This year, it will close at 7:45 am. We really encourage you to register or pick-up your bib wed. night.

  • Race Day Parking

No parking on Jordan Road! Again, No parking on Jordan Road! We've gotten into some trouble for clogging Jordan Road. If the church parking lot is full, please park down the street on Pearly Lane or Burning Tree Road. We will have a van circling those streets offering rides until 7:50 am.

  • Race Map 

To view the race course map:

  • Awards 

Awards will be given to the top three placers in each age category. Gift certificates will be given to the best overall places.

  • Free T-shirts 

150 short sleeved shirts were given to the first 150 participants who registered online.

  • Free Sunglasses 

The Ironman sunglasses have been kindly donated again.

  • Free Raffle Items 

We will be having a free raffle at the end of the race before the awards ceremony.

  • Free Breakfast 

Breakfast items are available in the gym throughout the race. These items include muffins, bagels, fruit slices and beverages.

  • Expiration Dates 

Check the expiration dates on your donations; the food pantry has to throw away any
expired donation! Please don't donate expired items.

  • Dress Warm 

It looks like it will be a chilly morning around 44 degrees!

Let me know if you have any other questions.

Krystal Whitmore

Representative Roy: What's happening in the district - October 2016 newsletter

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Happy Thanksgiving and thank you

I wish you and your family a most Happy Thanksgiving. I am grateful for your friendship, support and guidance over the years, and most importantly, for the opportunity you have given me to represent the residents of Franklin and Medway for a third term.

Each year on the fourth Thursday in November, Americans gather for a day of feasting, football and family. We gather together around a table, thankful to have one another in our lives and grateful for the blessings bestowed upon us.

As I think about this year's holiday, I am grateful knowing that you continue to come together as a community, in both good times and bad. I thank you for participating in a spirited election which tested us all. The end of this election is the point where we begin to forge new paths and I look forward to working with each and every one of you along this journey.

Finally, I thank my family, friends, and colleagues who work day in and day out to make the world a better place. That hard work and commitment is such a great way to give thanks and pay it forward.

As I look forward to carving yet another turkey on Thursday, I hope that you too will enjoy your day and the beginning of a wonderful holiday season!

Environment Secretary rides trail

Rep. Roy had the honor of riding the SNETT trail in Franklin with Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Matt Beaton, along with local officials and members of the rail trail committee. Senators Spilka and Ross also participated in yesterday's event along the trail.

The ride was set up to give the Secretary a chance to view the trail and the impediment at Prospect Street. Three years ago, the Legislature approved funding in the Environmental Bond Bill to construct a tunnel at Prospect Street to improve the trail and allow access to the other parts of the SNETT trail.

Secretary Beaton enjoyed his trip to Franklin and listened to the concerns of the rail trail committee members. We look forward to talking with him more about recommending to the Governor that the funds be released.

For a full report on the ride, please read the Milford Daily News article by clicking here. To see pictures from the ride, click here.
Providers Council event
I was honored and humbled to receive a Legislator of the Year Award from the Provider's Council. The Council represents over 20,000 human service workers in Massachusetts, and it was truly an honor to be recognized as part of their team and Caring Force.

It was also a thrill to meet 2 time Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison, the keynote speaker at the event. Many thanks to my friend Michael Moloney for helping me see, and for introducing me to the wonderful mission of this group.

A nice touch at the Providers Council event were the videos they presented for each of the recipients along with caricature drawings. You can view my video, sung to John Fogerty's Centerfield, by clicking here.

Tegra Medical Tour

Rep. Roy toured Tegra Medical in Franklin with state and local officials to get a hands-on view of the work done at its Forge Park location.

Tegra was at the State House in October to receive its Manufacturer of the Year Award for products at the first annual Legislative Manufacturing Caucus Award Ceremony. In addition to being chosen for the products category, the company was recognized for contributing to the state's economy with its strong growth, the addition of more than 50 jobs to the Massachusetts economy just this year, and its continued dedication to local charities.

Tegra Medical makes complex wire and tube products for the medical device and life sciences industries. It also offers prototyping and development services through its on-site Genesis Tech Center. The company employs 330 people in its Franklin facility.

Tegra was featured on page 52 in the most recent issue of Stuff, a magazine by the Worcester Business Journal showcasing items made in central Massachusetts. You can view the magazine by clicking here.

Tegra received a 10-year, TIF (tax increment financing) agreement from Franklin in 2009 and, as a result, has expanded its physical plant and nearly doubled the number of employees in Franklin.

The tour showed that Tegra Medical truly has solidified itself as a global leader in the manufacture of medical equipment. The tour also offered an opportunity to discuss some of the issues faced by the company such as the need for skilled workers, expansion plans, the need for parking, and some traffic issues in the area.

You can view more photos from the tour by clicking here.

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