The Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club will hold its second BBQ fundraiser on April 26 on the historic grounds of Cannonsburgh Village.
“The BBQ Battle in the Boro -- Spring Fling” event that will offer $5,000 in prizes will be held in conjunction with Pioneer Days at Cannonsburgh Village, an annual event that attracts several thousand visitors to a day of family fun, BBQ, food, entertainment and adventure. If you claim to cook some great BBQ, here is your chance to show your cooking skills and enter your BBQ team. The contest is limited to 36 teams, so entrants should sign up early.
The Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club actively supports a number of local charities. There are many deserving and worthy organizations that help people in our community of which our members provide financial and hands on support.
Through the organizations Special Gifts Program these local charities have been the beneficiaries of the giving program:
Read to Succeed, the Dictionary Project (all third graders in Rutherford County receive a free dictionary), the Good
Shepherd’s Home, InterFaith Dental, Tennessee School for the Blind, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Center for the Arts, Girls State, CAPE, FolkFest, Sports4All, Same Davis Home, Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra, the Polk Scholarship Fund and the group’s International Jabulani which aids Westville, South African citizens.
For more information on the “BBQ Battle in the Boro -- Spring Fling” on April 26, call Ben Weatherford at (615) 907-5501 or visit http://www.borobbqbattle.com/