The Oxford community continues to show their support of TNSF and were recognized at a Donor Dinner hosted by Laurian and John Scott in October. Chef and long time supporter of TNSF, Dan Latham, prepared an amazing feast! A special thank you to Emily Blount, owner of St. Leo restaurant, and Dan Lowery, owner of Magnolia Wine and Spirits.
The inaugural “Bar-B-Cure” cooking competition was held in October in Nashville at the home of Christy and Brian Waller. 6 teams competed for 3 prizes: Most Money Raised, Fan Favorite and Pit Master. These guys impressed us all with the amount of money they raised along with their delicious food!
The Nashville community continues to come together for pediatric neuromuscular diseases. “Music and Masterpieces” raised more money than ever before and supporters enjoyed a new venue at Caviar & Bananas and Kimpton Aertson Hotel.
It was a record breaking year for “Music and Masterpieces” bringing in more money, more supporters and more art than ever before! Grammy Award winning songwriter, Chris Tompkins, opened up the evening followed by Boy Named Banjo.
The “A Mighty Voice” event this year was postponed and we appreciate the Oxford community for continuing to show their support of our mission on a new date.
Over $85k was raised at “Music and Masterpieces” with the art auction being our best yet! Grass Stains and Boy Named Banjo did not disappoint and once again, it was a great evening. Thank you, Nashville, for continuing to support TNSF.