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An Evening on Lytle

To raise funds for the Main Street Murfreesboro program, Rick and Amy Cottle graciously hosted An Evening on Lytle at their beautifully renovated 116 year old home. Guests enjoyed hors doeuvres and wine while touring the lovely home. Under the capable leadership of Kathleen Herzog and her outstanding board members, this group seems to always find the perfect home to host large gatherings which are enjoyed by bigger and bigger groups of people.

The downtown area has become increasingly popular for homes, as well as businesses. The Main Street program is charged with maintaining, enhancing and promoting historic downtown Murfreesboro. To learn more, visit

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