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Franklin Tomorrow Shrimp Boil & Volunteer Awards
Saturday, July 13, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)
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The seventh annual Franklin Tomorrow Shrimp Boil and Volunteer Awards will be presented Saturday, July 13, at the Hughes Mill Commons Area of Berry Farms subdivision, located on Lewisburg Pike just north of Goose Creek Bypass.
This event is being presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners, Williamson Medical Center, Boyle Investment, Vanderbilt Health, and a host of other sponsors. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a social time, followed at 6:15 p.m. by a low country shrimp boil, prepared by Cool Cafe of Franklin.
The highlight of the casual evening is the recognition of nominees and winners of the Anne T. Rutherford Exemplary Community Volunteer Award, Volunteer Spirit Awards, Youth Initiative Award, and Ned T. Lea Lifetime Achievement Awards. Each award winner will have a cash donation made to the nonprofit of their choice through the generosity of our sponsors.
Additional sponsors include Ford Custom Homes, Regent Homes & Gregg & Raines, three of the homebuilders at Berry Farms; Tim & Angie Murphy; FirstBank; Buerger, Moseley & Carson; Kathie Moore; Century Construction; State Rep. Charles Sargent; State Rep. Glen Casada; State Rep. Jack Johnson; Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.; Gary Minor; Williamson Herald; and County Commissioner Brian Beathard & wife Lisa.
Tickets must be purchased in advance of the event and are $50 per person. Online sales are preferred, but checks made payable to Franklin Tomorrow may be sent to PO Box 383, Franklin, TN, 37065. Be sure to include a phone number and email address with your check so we can keep you abreast of developments regarding the event.
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Franklin Tomorrow is the community visioning nonprofit for Franklin. Established in 2001, it seeks to engage the community, foster collaboration, and advocate for a shared vision for the future of Franklin. That shared vision for the future of Franklin is to be a city with robust neighborhoods, a vibrant economy, distinct character, and great people.