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Cocktails at the Creek

Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

A great crowd came to Sinking Creek Farm, at the end of Battleground Drive, to support Charity Circle and to have a wonderful time socializing with their friends while enjoying beverages and dinner. 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 501©3 organization and 100% of the funds donated at these 6 parties is used to benefit Murfreesboro’s underserved. Watch for news about how to make reservations for Charity Circle’s next party, which will be August 17.

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