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MYP Annual Banquet



Story and photography by Eric Lusk

Murfreesboro Young Professionals recently held their annual banquet at The Remington Room in Smyrna, celebrating an incredible year of service, successes and comradery. Dressed to impress, this lively group of budding business-people enjoyed a delightful night of food, fun and mingling.

Several awards were presented. Robin Seay received accolades as their Volunteer of the year. New Member of the Year was awarded to Katie Boyce. And Chase Salas was acknowledged as Member of the Year. Casey Rainey and Lori Cutler were recognized for reaching the end of their time with MYP.

The Murfreesboro Young Professionals is a membership-driven, non-profit organization aimed at creating a unique community for professionals to develop personally, professionally and civically by maximizing their individual and collective potential.

For more information please visit www.murfreesboroyp.org.

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