Want to get healthier? Then start moving. Yep, that is the best way to get a more physically fit body, and a more focused mind. There is no better place to get moving than Rutherford County. A plethora of businesses and organizations offer opportunity to find healthy activities that you and your family will enjoy.
Each year, Dr. Nicholas and Adrienne Tarola of Tarola Plastic Surgery, along with National Dance Clubs of Murfreesboro work together to create an evening of fun, fancy dancing, and fundraising called Ballroom BRA. This year’s event is scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at Stones River Country Club.
Baseball is America’s pastime. Beloved by many, it allows its participants to experience the camaraderie of a team and build self-esteem. The Miracle Field, Murfreesboro’s newest baseball facility, is helping to expand that team mentality to an entirely new part of the Murfreesboro population, the special needs population.
Summer evenings equal good fun. This summer bring friends, old and new, to the Laurelwood home of Brook and David LaRoche for the Charity Circle Summer Supper on Friday evening, August 18. See a sneak peek here of the beautiful and inviting family residence where you’ll be able to enjoy homestyle Southern fare, topped off with good fried chicken and cool cocktails.
Walking into the home of the Beam household is the typical scenario of any busy American family. Dad is working on business from his office upstairs, son is tossing around a foam football as he awaits baseball practice, and sister is razzing brother a bit — all while waiting for mom to direct them on what happens next.
Michelle Thomas is driven by opportunities to make a difference in people’s lives, whether it’s in her own home or via her role with the MidSouth Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, where she serves as its senior manager of development