Lindsey Price, 8, mounts Doc as Hunter Pine Farm co-owner and trainer Sally Jones, left, holds a stirrup as Abby Lee, right, and Amanda Dickson assist Friday during the third annual Horse Camp at Glover Park in Nashville.
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Lindsey Price, 8, mounts Doc as Hunter Pine Farm co-owner and trainer Sally Jones, left, holds a stirrup as Abby Lee, right, and Amanda Dickson assist Friday during the third annual Horse Camp at Glover Park in Nashville.

Town holds plenty of recreation activities

By Darla Slipke

Staff Writer

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NASHVILLE – The town has a number of activities planned this summer to entertain local children, teens and families, including an outdoor movie series, camps and open gym sessions.

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