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Cocktails at Copper Ridge


Despite the rain, a crowd came to Copper Ridge, the beautiful event space on Betty Ford Road, owned by Sherry and David Lynn, to support Charity Circle and to have a wonderful evening socializing with their friends while enjoying beverages and dinner. The Lynns graciously allowed the ladies of Charity Circle to use this fabulous facility to entertain, raising money for various charities in our community. While the rain poured down at times, guests were cozy and dry inside.

This was the first of the six parties that occur after the Duck Ball each year, each party hosted by a different group of hard-working Charity Circle ladies. Charity Circle is a 501c3 organization and 100% of funds donated at these six parties is used to benefit Murfreesboro’s underserved.

Visit for more information about Charity Circle and how to make a reservation for the Summer Supper on August 16.

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