THE BARN AT SYCAMORE FARMS WELCOMES THE MIDDLE TENNESSEE COURT CLERKS ASSOCIATION FOR PURPLE GALA, BENEFITTING ALZHEIMER’S TENNESSEE
The Barn at Sycamore Farms was dressed in Purple for Middle Tennessee Purple Gala benefitting not-for-profit Alzheimer’s Tennessee on Saturday, March 25. This inaugural evening was hosted by The Middle Tennessee Court Clerks Association.
A delicious dinner was provided by Sisters II Catering, a signature cocktail and live entertainment, by the Doug Bartholomew Band. The evening unwaveringly matched its theme, Denim and Diamonds. The Main Hall of The Barn at Sycamore Farms was a perfect fit for this benefit celebration. The cedar walls made for a casual and comfortable night; While the Crystal Chandelier illuminated the purple tables and smiling faces.
Among those smiling faces was Rebecca Bartlett, The Volunteer Event Chairperson and Lincoln County Court Clerk. “So many of us have been touched by Alzheimer’s and dementia, and we want to have a special night to honor and remember our loved ones while raising much-needed funds to support families and research,” she shared. “We want to help Alzheimer’s Tennessee meet the growing need for education, services and brain health awareness in our Middle Tennessee communities.”
At least 84 cents of every dollar donated directly funds the Alzheimer’s Tennessee Mission: To serve those facing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, to promote brain health through education, and to champion global research, prevention and treatment efforts. Serving individuals and their families since 1983, Alzheimer’s Tennessee and County Court Clerks were a pleasure to host here at The Barn at Sycamore Farms. It was an honor and we hope to see this wonderful group back again soon.