Speaker Date Topic
Sara Davis Feb 24, 2017
Miracle Recovery from Paralysis

George and Sara Davis stood in the street on a recent fall day, sharing a light moment with friends outside their Brentwood home.

Two couples, smiling and laughing, feeling good about the world on a picture perfect fall day.

Not long ago, this scene would have been hard to imagine because Sara couldn't walk.

Her only means of getting around was a wheelchair, and on some days, only with great effort, a walker.

"Lots of pain, reliance on the wheelchair. It was hard on the family. I had to give up my career," she said.

Sara's husband, George, took photos of his wife to chronicle an impossible journey that started in 2000 on an ambiguous and bumpy road that wouldn't end until 14 and a half years later.

Megan Boudreaux Mar 03, 2017
Respire Christian School in Haiti
Respire Christian School in Haiti

Respire Haiti was founded by 24 year old Megan Boudreaux. After previously visiting Gressier only one time before for 45 minutes, God began working in her heart. Later, when she returned to the United States, He began to pull her heart back towards Gressier and its children. In December of 2010, God gave Megan a vision for this community and their children. With so many children not attending school and so many families struggling to provide for their kids, she moved to Gressier permanently in January of 2011 and began helping the children and people of Gressier.

Jerry Park, author and photographer Mar 10, 2017
Slow Roads Tennessee
Slow Roads Tennessee
Ben Hall Mar 17, 2017
Country Music Hall of Fame
Country Music Hall of Fame

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum seeks to collect, preserve, and interpret the evolving history and traditions of country music. Through exhibits, publications, and educational programs, the museum teaches its diverse audiences about the enduring beauty and cultural importance of country music.

About the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum adds a strikingly modern touch to the Nashville skyline and is situated at the epicenter of the city’s rapidly growing core, a block from the popular honky-tonks of Broadway, across the street from Bridgestone Arena and Music City Center, and adjacent to the Omni Hotel. The museum, called the “Smithsonian of country music” because of its unrivaled collection,  recently unveiled a $100 million expansion, doubling its size to 350,000 square feet of dynamic state-of-the-art galleries, archival storage, education classrooms, retail stores, and special event space boasting stunning downtown views.

 

Club Assembly Mar 24, 2017
Vision for Future Of the Club
Brentwood High School Speech and Debate Team Mar 31, 2017
4 Way Test Speech Competition
Brink Fiddler Apr 07, 2017
Emergency Preparedness
Tom Tomson Apr 28, 2017
Modern Cuba
Modern Cuba

In many ways Cuba hasn’t changed since Fidel Castro and his revolutionaries took control of the country in 1959. A visit to the island that sits 90 miles from Florida is like stepping back in time.  But the recent removal of travel restrictions for U.S. citizens and Raul Castro’s un-tightening of business ownership rules is bringing change. Thomson visited Havana in January of this year and will share his photos and insights from the Cuban people he met there.  He will also provide tips for people interested in visiting Cuba.

Annual Scholarship Program Jun 02, 2017
Annual Scholarship Program
No meeting Jun 23, 2017
No meeting