2nd Annual Salvation Army Beyond the Bells Luncheon a Big Success

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There were displays around the room about the different services of the Salvation Army. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
Captain Joe Irvin shares some wonderful Salvation Army stories with the audience. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Phil Barnett, Amanda Oliver and Joyce Taylor enjoyed the hospitality of the Beyond The Bells luncheon. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
The MTSU Jazz Quintet furnished great music to set the mood for a perfect event. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Salvation Army Captain Melissa Irvin, Event Chair Betsy Maples Taylor and Captain Joe Irvin. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Captain Joe Irvin presents an award to Dalton Barrett for creating the logo used for Beyond The Bells. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Betsy Maples Taylor and retired Nissan Vice President of Manufacturing Randy Knight. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Sharing their Salvation Army stories are Teresa Bergh, Chris Ellan, Kimberly Isberg, Luis Munoz and WGNS' Bryan Barret--emcee of the event. Bryan also serves as the Salvation Army's Advisory Board Chairman. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Capt. Joe Irvin and WGNS' Bryan Barrett. Bryan also serves as the Salvation Army's Advisory Board Chairman. (NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(NewsRadio WGNS photo)
(L-R) Chair Betsy Maples Taylor names WGNS' Bart Walker the honorary chair and he narrates the fund raising segment of Beyond The Bells luncheon. (photo by Frank Caperton)
The Salvation Amry is known by its kettles, and that was one of the most visited displays at Beyond The Bells. (photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Chris Ellan and Kimberly Isberg share their Salvation Army story. (photo by Frank Caperton)
WGNS' Bart Walker narrates the fund raising segment of Beyond The Bells. (photo by Frank Caperton)
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton
Photo by Frank Caperton

The Salvation Army held their second annual "Beyond the Bells" luncheon at Embassy Suites. The event was used to bring awareness to the mission of the local Salvation Army and give the community a chance to give of their time, talents and donations to the organization.

Over 400 people attended the event, held Wednesday (May 17, 2017). Captain Joe Irvin immediately after the luncheon reported their donation goal of 80-thousand dollars raised is well within reach...

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Development Director John Mitchell thanks the community for their support of the Salvation Army...

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The group recognized Bart Walker from WGNS Radio as honorary chair of the event. Also, the Nissan was this year's community award recipient, with recently retired Vice President Randy Knight accepting the award.

NewsRadio WGNS' Bryan Barrett served as master of ceremonies for the event and once again, Betsy Maples Taylor of Clark Maples Realty and Auction was the event chair. Bryan also serves as the Salvation Army's Advisory Board Chairman.

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