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10th Annual Red, White & Bayou

Over the past 10 years, Red White and Bayou has become one of Murfreesboro’s favorite events. And 2019’s celebration seemed to be the best yet! Despite a rainy forecast, the weather held out for the most part, allowing the crowds to stay strong and the bidding war to hit a fevered frenzy.

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2019 Annual Dinner

The ladies of The Junior League of Murfreesboro recently held their 2019 Annual Dinner at the historic Oaklands Mansion. Achievements and highlights were announced, as well as updates on various programs, such as the JLM College Scholarship.

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Ugly Duckling Ball

When guests entered Stones River Country Club, they were greeted by a glass of champagne to welcome them to a fabulous evening of beverages, dinner, on-line auction and dancing. The ballroom was stunning with magnificent flower arrangements and table settings...

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Athena Awards Luncheon

A large crowd gathered at the Embassy Suites for the ATHENA Awards Luncheon to celebrate the accomplishments of the 16 ATHENA nominees and the 7 Young Professional nominees from Rutherford County.

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Paws & Pearls

Don’t all of us know, “dogs are a man’s best friend?” Obviously, Amanda Oliver and her staff at The Beesley Animal Foundation know this, and that’s why they invited all guests to bring their “best friend” to this 10th annual event at the Grove at Williamson Place.

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Athena Patrons Party

Rutherford ATHENA Patrons Society members gathered at the home of Drs. Sherry and Russ Galloway to meet the nominees for the ATHENA Leadership Award and the ATHENA Young Professional Award.

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Rock the Block: Business After Hours

On what had to be the prettiest day of the year, Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce presented Rock the Block Business After Hours. This event is always downtown Murfreesboro...

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Annual Backstage Masquerade Bash

The Center for the Arts recently hosted their Ninth Annual Masquerade Bash Fundraiser. Fancied in their cocktail attire and masks, guests enjoyed a fun and glamorous night out with a blend of elegance and mystery.

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Spring Soiree

On a perfect April evening Providence Christian Academy hosted their annual Spring Soiree, capably chaired by Elizabeth Allen, at the Grove at Williamson Place. Parents, grandparents and friends of students at PCA gathered for a night of food provided by The Alley...

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10th Annual Sneaker Ball

The 10th Annual First Shot Sneaker Ball recently took place at World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro. Under the direction of Coach Andy Herzer, First Shot Basketball programs enable children of all ages to participate in sports programs.

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VIP at Home: at 1715 Riverview

Dr. George and Lynn Lien moved to Murfreesboro several years ago when George was hired by a Nashville medical practice to oversee their Murfreesboro facility — just prior to the “boom.” As they raised their family, they watched the area grow miraculously, and looking back, they are thankful they made the decision to come to Murfreesboro all those years ago, in the early 1990s.

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VIProfile: Charlie Patel

Charlie Patel is well-known throughout Rutherford County for not only his philanthropy, but also the various business ventures for which he has been involved, mainly his businesses in the retail beverage industry. Charlie and his wife of 20 years, Bina Patel, have one 16-year-old daughter, Isha Patel, and a son, Shaan Patel, who is 14.

Do you know the History of our Center For The Arts?

As Murfreesboro grew exponentially in the latter part of the1990’s, and MTSU wasquickly becoming the largest school in the state, it became evident that the arts were missing from our city. A city with no arts is like a sky with no clouds, so a team of caring citizens decided to do something about it. It was not easy!

June Issue

Editor's Letter

May is a beautiful month where spring is gradually blooming into summer, and late May represents the start of the warm vacation season in many parts of the world, meaning any symbol that speaks of festivities can be associated with this month. This issue is a true representation of that, as it is full of warmth and festivities!

VIP Banking

Stacy Vincent

Vice President and Commercial Lender at F&M Bank, Stacy Vincent, received her Bachelor of Marketing from Middle Tennessee State University and from the Tennessee Bankers Association, Southeastern School of Banking and Advanced Commercial. 

VIP Banking

Karen McMahon

Karen McMahon serves as Assistant Vice President of Consumer Lending and as Branch Manager for F&M Bank. She attended Oakland High School and received her college education from MTSU. She spent brief amounts of time in retail management and the salon industry before she became a banker.

Live & Shop Locally

Chuck Akers

Chuck Akers is the owner of Summit Concrete. A Murfreesboro native, Akers graduated from MTSU with a degree in business, then worked for various locally owned businesses before opening his own in 2015. He couldn’t imagine living or working anywhere else than in his thriving and vibrant hometown.

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NETWORK & BUILD BUSINESS MIXER

June 21, 2019

Come NETWORK and BUILD genuine connections with the Rutherford County Black Business Network at the new Boro Town Cakes on Lytle Street in Downtown Murfreesboro!

A STONES THROW AWAY

June 22, 2019

We need your help cleaning up the Greenway! Volunteers will pick up trash beside the trail along the banks of the Stones River and Lytle Creek.

ALOHA HANAI

June 22, 2019

Nourish Food Bank exists to feed families and fuel hope – providing compassionate services and collaborative partnerships that create a network of care. Join us in the first community-wide luau in Rutherford County!


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