June Non-Profit News
Music at the Mansion 2015’s series kicks off Thursday, June 18th with the Nashville Symphony! We have an exciting line up of fantastic music for you this summer. See flyer for details and mark your calendars for all four events.
The Friends of Two Rivers Mansion had a successful annual Phil the House with Arts & Friends event this past month that hit the front page of The Tennessean a few days prior. As part, we dedicated the restoration of the fountain and boxwood garden by honored our benefactor of the project, William Bransford Blundin, a cousin of Mrs. Louise Bransford McGavock, who was the last member of the family to reside at Two Rivers Mansion. Check out the video of the dedication ceremony on my website here.
The Metro Historic Commission is recommending a historic overlay for 14 Metro properties including two here in the 15th District. Lock Two and Buchanan Station Cemetery are worthy properties with great histories that will receive protections in order to tell their stories for generations to come. Check out the news story here.
I am a proud member of the Men’s Auxiliary for the VFW Post 1291, located at 1907 Lebanon Pike. They are open to the public and host a number of activities, live music and most importantly, excellent company of those who have honorably served our country. Please keep up with their Facebook page here and support our local VFW post. If you are a son of a veteran as I am, please consider joining the Men’s Auxiliary and show your support through membership. It’s only $25.
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