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Cocktails at Copper Ridge

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Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

Sherry and David Lynn, owners of Copper Ridge, again donated their wonderful facility to a worthy local charity, hosting Cocktails at Copper Ridge, benefiting Charity Circle of Murfreesboro. A huge crowd gathered to enjoy drinks (especially the new signature drink, the “Copper Duck”) while mingling with friends, followed by a boxed dinner. Donations were accepted to benefit local nonprofits. Additional funds were raised with an auction led by Beth Ussery.

Since 1910, the women of Charity Circle of Murfreesboro have raised funds to provide financial support for local nonprofit agencies that improve the quality of life for the people of Rutherford County, with a focus on food, clothing, shelter and medicine. Groups of members host parties throughout the year, each party donating all proceeds to the Charity Circle mission.

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