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The first ever Boro Cookie Bash recently took place at the DoubleTree Hotel Ballroom in Murfreesboro. This magical evening of decadent delight was a smashing success, raising funds for the Mid Cumberland Meals on Wheels program.

A baker’s dozen sponsors provided cookies, along with a couple of pints of MTSU Milk (both chocolate and white!). Guests were given an empty box upon entering the ballroom. They then made their way from vendor to vendor in a scavenger-hunt style fashion to try samples and fill  heir boxes to capacity with yummy treats of all sorts.

In addition, there were treats for people’s furry, fourlegged “kids” and adult beverages for those wishing to wash down their treats with something a little stronger. Santa was on hand for photo ops, and even some crazy-looking reindeers, which were a big hit with the kids.

Organizers hope to make the 2020 Boro Cookie Bash even bigger and better, so follow them on Facebook!

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