Fall for Cheekwood

FALL FOR CHEEKWOOD Family Benefit

Take a hayride across Cheekwood’s gorgeous grounds, indulge in a delicious s’more, play in the pumpkin patch and so much more during our annual FALL FOR CHEEKWOOD Family Benefit.

Cheekwood debuted this high-end take on an old-fashioned fall festival in 2014, which raises funds to support Cheekwood’s mission to make art and gardens accessible to everyone, specifically through the free school tours we offer year-round. And what better way to support our focus on education than to involve your family and kids?

Your family’s support during FALL FOR CHEEKWOOD helps fund visits by 12,000 school children from across the Southeast who are able to experience the wonder of Cheekwood free of charge, giving access to children who may not otherwise have the opportunity.

For more information please contact familybenefit@cheekwood.org or (615) 353-6983.

2019 FALL FOR CHEEKWOOD Host Committee

CO-CHAIRS
Sarah E. Bartholomew
Anne Taylor
Margaret Thompson

HOST FAMILIES
Jeanna and Chris Anderson
Stephanie and Kennon Askew
Sarah E. and Ben Bartholomew
Meredith and Darren Bishop
Sarah Gay and James Boswell
Ashley and Will Brockman
Lynn and Cory Brown
Emily and Ian Byram
Kate and Matt Chinn
Patti and Will David Coleman
Robin and Travis Dunn
Hays and Houston Estes
Whitney and John Fuller
Martha and Zach Goodyear
Amy and Will Greathouse
Sharon and Date Hale
Susan and Alex Harwell
Shannon and Hunter Hillenmeyer
Lisa and Ross Jagar

HOST FAMILIES CONT.
Jennifer and Jamie Justus
Lauren and Brian McCarthy
Rankin and Bill McGugin
Adrianne & Casey McKeon
Libby Davis and Colin McKnight
Graham and Porter Meadors
Morgan and Sabrina Miller
Crystan and Dan Miller
Jenny and Rich Pankow
Catherine and Chase Pattison
Chelsea and Kent Peterson
Kerry and Cullen Roberts
Rebecca and Alec Sheaff
Elizabeth Epley Sheets
Carden and David Simcox
MacKenzie and David Skeen
Cami and Wesley Stoddard
Anne and Marshall Taylor
Margaret and John Thompson
Elizabeth and David Wells

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