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Music City Tennis Invitational

Join us June 18th through June 20th for the 48th Anniversary of the Music City Tennis Invitational. The tournament is a three day festival including a Pro Am division on Friday and tournament play on Saturday and Sunday. Registration for the Pro Am division is $75 and $175 for the two day tournament play. The Pro Am division will be from 2-5 PM on Friday June 18th. Tournament play will be Saturday, June 19th from 8 AM to 4 PM and Sunday, June 20th from 9 AM to 3 PM. Each registration includes a player gift, food, and beverages. For more details and to register, click below.

Tennis Registration


25th Annual Celebration of Life Golf Classic!

This incredible tournament has been played at the Hermitage Golf Course for 25 Years! So obviously we are going to go above and beyond this year which means, you don't want to miss it!

Registration is $250 per golfer or $1,000 per team. Each registration includes beverages throughout the day, breakfast and lunch for morning golfers or lunch and dinner for afternoon golfers. We will also have an exclusive 25th Anniversary Player Gift! Register below to join the festivities.

Celebration of Life 25th Anniversary Registration


2nd Annual Celebration of Life Golf Classic in Knoxville

Join us on Monday, August 30th for a day of golf on this amazing golf course. The rolling hills at the The Club at Gettysvue make for some gorgeous views and strategic diversity. The golf course was designed by Bland Pittman and is nothing short of picturesque.

Registration is $175 per player or $700 per team. Each registration includes a player gift, breakfast and lunch, on course contests, and beverages throughout the day. Click below for details.

2nd Annual Celebration of Life Knoxville Registration


Whiskey, Wine, and Cider

What better way to celebrate and recognize breast cancer awareness month than a Whiskey, Wine, and Cider tasting! On October 7th, we will be celebrating at the Bedford, 4319 Sidco Drive, with 20+ different whiskeys, wines, and ciders from 5:30 PM - 9 PM. Tickets are $50 for one entry or $75 for two entries. Each entry includes dinner, a commemorative glass, and unlimited tastings. There will also be live music and a silent auction.

Whiskey, Wine, and Cider Tickets

 
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