UPDATE: Special Kids "Virtual" Banquet to feature Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton as guest speaker

Aug 20, 2021 at 12:30 pm by WGNS

The community is invited to #DreamBig at the "Virtual" 2021 Special Kids Banquet this month, featuring Olympic gold medalist Scott Hamilton! As a humanitarian, cancer survivor, and World Figure Skating Hall of Fame member, Hamilton has inspired the world around him with his career on and off the ice!

Special Kids is changing some of the details of their annual banquet, due to the resurgence of COVID-19 cases in our community and across our state. The local non-profit has made the decision to transition the 2021 Special Kids Banquet on Thursday, August 26 to an all-virtual event.

The 2021 Special Kids Banquet will still continue as planned for all "virtual ticket" holders, including dinner (provided by Chick-fil-A of Murfreesboro) available for pick up at Belle Aire Baptist Church (1307 N Rutherford Boulevard, Murfreesboro TN) from 4 to 6 PM the night of the event. All guests will receive a link to enjoy the live broadcast of the banquet program, beginning at 6:30 PM. 

Virtual tickets for the 2021 Special Kids Banquet are still available for purchase using the link below. Any guest with questions regarding their ticket or the overall event is asked to reach out by email to Special Kids Event Specialist Rachel Braziel by clicking here.

Special Kids is a Christian therapy and nursing center for children with special needs. The Murfreesboro, TN-based ministry started with one child in 1998, and has since grown to serve over 5,000 children 19 counties in middle Tennessee.

Find out more about the impact of our mission by visiting us at www.specialkidstn.com.

NOTE: If you have already purchased a virtual ticket to the 2021 Special Kids Banquet, your experience with the event will not change - dinner pick-up as well as access to the online auction and program featuring Scott Hamilton will still be available and provided as planned! If you have already purchased an in-person ticket, you should have already been contacted with updated information about the event.

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