The Country Music Association/Music Fest has donated a CMA Carrie Underwood/Brad Paisley acoustic guitar valued at $1000 for the silent auction at the April 11 Cheatham County Animal Awareness Foundation benefit. This benefit will be hosted by Debi Champion on Thursday, April 11 from 6-11pm, at the Commodore Grille (Vanderbilt Holiday Inn at 2613 West End Avenue in Nashville). The evening’s entertainment will feature an impressive slate of hit songwriters performing their hits. The benefit will also include a silent auction of a wide array of items and services that will be hard to resist. There is no cover charge, but donations will be accepted.
The evening’s entertainment will include the talents of such hit songwriters as Wood Newton, Jimmy Payne, Bernie Nelson, Brain White, Jerry Foster, Bruce Wallace, Phil Barton, Joel Shewmake, Stan Webb, Spady Brannen, Donnie Winter, Joie Scott, Jim Sales, Barbara Cloyd, Marc Alan Barnett, Jeff Batson, Pam Belford, Ric Sandler, Mary Hartman, Denny Martin, JW Combs, Allen & Siera Haynes, Jeff Randle, and Willi Evans. You can hear the hits performed by the talents that created them.
Among the many other items being offered for silent auction are:
*Music City All Access Pass of admission to 34 Nashville attractions donated by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau valued at $1000
*Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar Starburst—valued $399
*A year’s worth of Purity Ice Cream ($500 value)
*A year’s worth of Regal movie tickets
*Two passes to Adventureworks Zipline Tour
*Custom commemorative Hatch print posters and matching 45rpm singles— courtesy of G7Marketing
*Concert tickets from AEG
*Grand Ole Opry Tickets
*Professional Recording sessions
*Hair and nail services gift certificates
*Canoe trips from Foggy Bottom, Kingston Springs
Cheatham County Animal Awareness Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to find forever homes for the animals released to Cheatham County’s Animal Control facility and to provide low cost spay and neuter services to those pet owner who could not otherwise afford the surgery for their pets. Over the past few years, they have successfully found foster and forever homes for hundreds of unwanted pets and have made a noticeable decrease in the pet overpopulation in Cheatham County.
Come join in for a night of music and fun and help the animals at the same time. We’ll see you on Thursday, April 11 at the Commodore Grille from 6-11pm! All our four-footed friends will thank you!