MURFREESBORO – “Friday, September 8 was a beautiful night for an end of summer party!” announced Child Advocacy Center Director Sharon De Boer. “Thank you to everybody who attended and sponsored the Child Advocacy Center’s 6th annual Light Up the Night event.”
Guests celebrated all night at Oakland’s Mansion, Murfreesboro. They sipped cocktails, ate delicious hors d’oeuvres and drinks from local restaurants and vendors, had professional caricatures made, and bid on amazing silent auction items generously donated for the event, including a 2-night stay in Gatlinburg. All proceeds from the silent auction and ticket sales went towards financially supporting crisis intervention services for Rutherford and Cannon County child abuse victims and their families.
The Child Advocacy Center wants to thank the wonderful philanthropists at Ascend Federal Credit Union, Alley on Main, Rachelle Windrow Ayers Attorney at Law, Bridgestone, Better Day’s BBQ, Chicken Salad Chick, CRF Properties, Crumbl Cookie, Doodles, Double Tree Hotel, El Torro, Family Care Center, Drew Fann, Terry and Vicki Fann, Far East, Franklin’s Fruit Tea, Infinity Medical Marketing, Jo’s Bakery, Josh Hawkins, Jobe Hastings and Associates CPA’s – Steve Fuchcar, Kiwanis International, Steve and Erica Marshall, Meadow Corner Liquor, Middle Tennessee Association of Realtors, Modell Consulting Group LLC, Nesting Project, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Old Fort Liquor and Wine, Pinnacle, Donald and Sharon Porterfield, Puckett’s, Redstone Federal Credit Union, RCI Mechanicals, Simply Pure Sweets, Smyrna Auto Wash, Two Sister Maid to Clean, Veda Flowers and Gifts, Volunteer Behavioral Health, Volunteer State Bank, Whitt’s BBQ, Dana Womack State Farm, Dr. Scott Wilson, and Wilson Bank and Trust for their sponsorships and in-kind donations.
For more information about getting involved with future Child Advocacy Center events, please contact Jessica Wauchek at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our offices at (615) 867-9000 in Rutherford County and (615) 563-9915 in Cannon County.