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Story and Photography by Joyce Taylor

Unable to raise funds during COVID, Junior League leadership decided to host a mid-day soiree to raise funds within the League to support the scholarships they offer. The following businesses and individuals provided auction items: Peery Construction, a Bell and her Beau, Jessica Warner Compass, Webb Aesthetic Plastic Surgery & Med Spa, Jeremy Head Golf Shop & Academy, The Write Impression, Peddler, Adventure Tours & Travel Escapes with Michelle Shrader, Meagan Flippin, Stephanie Ashley and Belinda Arender.

“Our goal is to pull together the past, present and future of Murfreesboro and raise funds within the League,” stated Mitzi Tuck, Fund Development Chair. Members gathered at The Abbey Public House, visited with friends and enjoyed beautifully presented fruits and cheeses.  
If you are interested in joining Junior League or just want to learn more, visit www.murfreesboro.jl.org.


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