Sabrina Out on the TownWhether they were dressed to the nines for the Phoenix Ball or decked out in Titans blue to meet their favorite football players during the caravan stop – our readers are always stylin’ when they get out on the town. Lucky for me, summertime and the social heat wave are just beginning! I can’t wait to see you all at upcoming fundraisers, weddings, barbecues, and pool parties this season!Sabrina Out on the Town

1. Cedars Prep students perform at the school’s end of year program
2. Wilson County Administrator of Elections Phillip Warren catches up with State Rep. Mark Pody at the Friends of Historic Lebanon Membership Dinner.
3. TN Gov. Bill Haslam with Clark Boyd at Lincoln Day Dinner in Smith County
4. Students participate as jury members in Teen Court.
5. Trey Marshall and family at Taste of Mt. Juliet
6. Tennessee Titans Michael Griffin and Andy Levitre with Kroger employees Sandy Bell and Jamie Grice.
7. Krys Midgett, Kim Draper and me got to hang out with Mark and Jason Sutton of the country duo Brother Trouble during the second annual Christmas 4 Kids Golf Tournament.
8. Brooks House Director Liz Reese with Leslie Satcher, Larry Gatlin, Heidi Newfield and Rivers Rutherford at the Hits for the House benefit concert. The event raised funds for the upcoming Brooks House expansion.

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9. Ruth Snell arrived in-style at her 100th birthday party at the James E. Ward Agricultural Center – on the back of a Harley Davidson motorcycle driven by Terry Hubbard.
10. Sports Village owner Peggy Keel along with friends and family celebrate the 3rd Annual Go Johnny Go 5K and 10K run.
11. Ms. Senior Tennessee Wilson County Carolyn Corlew proved that she has beauty and an impressive golf swing during the Prospect, Inc. golf tournament. She is joined her by Amy Harris and Tressa Bush.
12. Mt. Juliet Police Chief James Hambrick and Trish Mundy at a remembrance ceremony hosted by Wilson County law enforcement to honor her late husband, Sgt. Jerry Mundy, during National Police Week.
13. Historic Lebanon Director Kim Parks with special speaker Dr. Carroll Van West of MTSU’s Center for Historic Preservation and Lee Waddell Curtis of the Tennessee State Department of Tourist Development


Friends, alumni and students of Cumberland University enjoyed festivities at the 30th Annual Patrons’ Party and Phoenix Ball all in an effort to raise money for Cumberland’s Scholarship Fund. Dr.Scott and Jean Ellen Baker hosted the Patrons’ Party at their beautiful home where guests feasted on gourmet fare prepared by Two Fat Men. Two days later, guests enjoyed dinner, a silent and live auction, then danced the night away at the inaugural Phoenix Ball After Party.



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