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Noon Exchange Raises $ For Homes for Homeless Vets

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A group of Murfreesboro firefighters are served by (L-R) Pat Houseman and Rebecca Talley.
New Hope Baptist Church Pastor David Clark brought several members of his congregation to enjoy the chili. They also funded one of the tiny houses for homeless veterans.
(L-R) Exchange members Tony Dugger and Pam Little are serving brownies and refills on chili and drinks.
Murfreesboro Firefighter accepts the number 2 place win and a pair of Titan's tickets. Past President Nancy McGill makes the award.
Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club President JoAnn Skidmore walked from table to table making certain that all guests had enough chili and desserts.
There was one definite conversation piece in the legendary Sportsmans Club that's located on the banks of the Stones River at Medical Center Parkway.
(L-R) State Senators Jim Tracy and Bill Ketron were enjoying the Exchange Club's chili cook-off to help homeless veterans. Ketron is a past-president of the Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club and was formerly the Past National President of Exchange.

The Murfreesboro Noon Exchange Club had a chili cookoff Wednesday night at the Sportsmans Club on the banks of the Stones River at Medical Center Parkway. President JoAnn Skidmore said the proceeds from the event would help get housing for homeless veterans.

The New Hope Baptist Church in the Big Springs community brought several persons from their congregation to enjoy the chili and also sponsored one of the houses. Church Pastor David Clark told NewsRadio WGNS . . .

 

There was competition by local firefighters about who could make the best chili. Byran Lowe took first place and won the Titan's tickets. Andy Smithson received second place honors and received luxury accommodations at the DoubleTree by Hilton. Ashley McDonald received honorable mention.

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