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The Third Annual Walk in the Park
Sunday, October 8, 2017
Marcella Vivrette Smith Park
                      • Early Register by September 17 and Save
                      • Online Registration Closes on October 7
                      • Walk-on Registration the Day of Event



     


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Our Sponsors

New sponsors this year:
  • CityPark, a Boyle Development,
  • Highwoods Properties,
  • Synergy Realty Network,
  • Andrews Transportation Group,
  • Franklin Synergy Bank, and
  • Teresa Sivilis of Farmers Insurance.

Returning event sponsors include:
  • H. G. Hill Realty,
  • Nolensville Market Square,
  • Southern Oral & Facial Surgery,
  • Middle Tennessee Ear, Nose & Throat,
  • United Healthcare,
  • Enterprise Holdings,
  • The Mick Foundation,
  • Mere Bulles, and
  • Amerigo‚Äôs restaurants.

Media partners:
  • Brentwood Home Page,
  • Williamson Herald,
  • YOUR Williamson Magazine, and
  • WAKM-AM radio
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Citizens for Brentwood Green Space, Inc. is a tax deductible 501 (C)(3) Corporation
We appreciate your contribution to promoting green space in Brentwood.  If you wish to make a donation to CBGS, you can donate using your PayPal account, a Credit Card, or by sending us a check.  Click on the donate button below to make your contribution.  We thank you for any amount you can provide.

 

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The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space
The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space (CBGS) seeks to unite the citizens of Brentwood,TN in support of Brentwood leadership in their quest to manage growth while preserving the quality of life and maintaining low tax rates. Key to meeting that objective is to preserve open space in the form of parks, trails, flood plains and historic sites while being sensitive to the rights of landowners and developers.

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