sponsored by Denny & Cheryl Rowlett
Cheryl & I (Denny) have gone to the Governor’s Mansion to see the Holiday decorations for several years after moving to Nashville. We invited club members to last year’s event and all had a great time. We have found the decorations done by local artists and organizations well worth the price of FREE.
We have reserved a block of 30 tickets for 10:00am on Dec. 14. We’ll meet you at the designated parking lot for the shuttle bus and afterwards, true to MCMC protocol, we’ll go for lunch at a location to be announced later. After lunch, some may want to do Tad’s favorite pastime, shopping. For tickets & the lunch tally, RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 615-618-5403 by 12/10. Please indicate first & last name for each person’s ticket. Happy Holidays!
Bill and I are excited for the seventh annual Tennessee’s Home for the Holidays open house event at the Tennessee Residence held in December. It is such a special opportunity to live in our state’s beautiful executive residence, and we look forward to sharing it with you in this unique way every year.
This year, the holiday decorations will honor “Tennessee Heroes.” The trees and mantels will showcase memorabilia and articles depicting the brave work of men and women who serve our communities in the Tennessee Department of Military, Department of Safety, TBI, TDOT, TEMA, as well as veterans, local law enforcement, and first responders. In Conservation Hall, the trees will be decorated with ornaments created by military connected youth and families. We look forward to celebrating these true Tennessee volunteers!
Bill and I hope that you and your friends and family will visit the Tennessee Residence for this year’s Tennessee’s Home for the Holidays, and we thank you for helping us bring holiday cheer to Tennessee’s Home!
— Crissy Haslam, First Lady of Tennessee