20th Year Celebration for Special Kids in Murfreesboro

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Special Kids Therapy & Nursing Center is pleased to announce their 20 Year Celebration that will be held on Saturday, August 18, from 9:00AM - 2:00PM at Northside Baptist Church in Murfreesboro. The Celebration will feature free sensory-friendly games and family activities, live music, food vendors, a car show, petting zoo, motorcycle ride and local shops the whole family will enjoy. At 7:00PM the Celebration will continue at Middle Tennessee State University's Tucker Theatre for the 3rd annual Special Kids Concert featuring Cody Carnes, Daniella Mason and Sarah Reeves.

"This day of Celebration will be an exciting way for us to honor all the Lord has done in our past, while looking forward to our future with great anticipation. It will be a very special time to remember, share and thank Jesus for all He has done and for His provision for 20 years of service," shares Chris Truelove, Special Kids executive director.

The 20 Year Celebration will honor the children and families impacted by the Special Kids ministry.

For additional information on the 20 Year Celebration, to purchase Concert tickets or to register for the Motorcycle Ride, visit specialkidstn.com/20thcelebration.

Proceeds from the Concert and Motorcycle Ride will benefit children with special needs that are served at Special Kids Therapy & Nursing Center.

The Presenting Sponsor for the Special Kids 20 Year Celebration and Special Kids Concert is Ole South Properties. Additional sponsors include Bill Taylor's Bushido School of Karate as the Supporting Sponsor, Underwriting Sponsors are Volunteer State Bank, H A Beasley & Company, PLLC, Tiffany Lane and Aetna, Contributing Sponsors are Redstone Federal Credit Union and First Bank. To join Special Kids as a sponsor, or to participate in the festivities as a vendor or activity booth, contact Rachel Braziel at 615.893.4892 or rbraziel@specialkidstn.com.

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