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3nd Annual Wine Tour

Story and Photography by Eric Lusk

Keller Williams’s Jonathan Harmon recently opened his Main Street home in Murfreesboro for his team’s Third Annual Wine Tour fundraiser. This year, guests were able to sample select wines and beers from Germany, paired with delicious heavy hors d’oeuvres and desserts… all while helping support Murfreesboro Rescue Mission.

Harmon’s beautiful home was the perfect setting for the event, as participants moved from station-to-station sampling Bavarian selections. At the end of the night, over $4,000 was raised to benefit the mission.

Murfreesboro Rescue Mission is a faith-based nonprofit seeking to create an awareness of its services and the needs of citizens experiencing homelessness. The name Murfreesboro Rescue Mission was chosen because we recognize that caring for the homeless will take the efforts of the entire Murfreesboro community.

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