West Tennesseans share New Year’s resolutions
JACKSON, Tenn.–As we turn the calendar and move into a new year, some West Tennesseans have special goals for 2021.
Some of the most common New Year’s resolutions include getting healthier, dieting, or getting finances in order.
Some people want to learn a new hobby, or quit a bad habit.
Others want to get organized, or get more involved in their religion.
“We’re going to try and clean up some of the foul words that come out on the occasion, but we’ll see how well that goes,” Eddie Osborn, Elks Lodge 192 president, said.
“It is to be a better person, and to grow in my relationship with God,” lay leader for Lambuth Memorial United Methodist Church, Robert Conder, said.
Here at WBBJ, we wish all of you a happy and healthy new year.