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Description of event.

 Individual Tickets

Individual Ticket 

 $150 (1 attendee)

Ticket includes dinner and entertainment.


Individual Ticket 

 $150 (1 attendee)

Ticket includes dinner and entertainment.


Silent Auction

The online silent auction for Hats Off to High Hopes is live from Monday, October 16th at noon to Monday, October 30th at noon. 


Sponsorship Opportunities

Heros for Hope 

 $10,000 (12 Tickets)

Champions for Community 

 $5,000 (8 Tickets)

Allies for Advocacy 

 $2,500 (6 Tickets)

Friends for the Future 

 $1,000 (4 Tickets)

Deadline to purchase sponsorships is October 20th, 2023.

To purchase a sponsorship please contact Brandy Blanton at or (615) 550-1437.

Presenting Sponsor

 $15,000 (12 golfers)

Eagle Sponsor

 $5,000 (8 golfers)

Birdie Sponsor

 $2,500 (4 golfers)

Lunch Sponsor

 $2,000  (no golfers)

Beverage Sponsor

 $1,500 (no golfers)

Hole Sponsor

 $500 (no golfers)

Deadline to purchase sponsorships is March 11, 2024.

To purchase a sponsorship please contact Brandy Blanton at or (615) 550-1437.

Event Sponsors

Heroes for Hope

Champions for the Community 

Allies for Advocacy

Friends for the Future

In-Kind Sponsors

Sponsor Name

Giving on the Green Sponsors

Presenting Sponsors

Eagle Sponsors

Birdie Sponsors

Lunch Sponsor

Beverage Cart Sponsors

Hole Sponsors

2024 Model Interest Form

We are looking for children currently enrolled in our school or clinic to walk the runway this year. If you are interested in signing your child up to participate in the fashion show, please fill out the form below.

2/14 - Deadline for parents to fill out the interest form.

2/23 - Parents will be notified by 2/23 if their child is in the fashion show.


Strings & Stories Featured Songwriters

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Beth Nielsen Chapman

Beth Nielsen Chapman is an American singer-songwriter, whose diverse body of work spans fifteen albums and seven #1 hits, including compositions that have been recorded by Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, Bette Midler, Willie Nelson, Neil Diamond, the Indigo Girls, and Keb Mo’ and her music has been featured in film and TV. This Kiss, ASCAP'S 1999 Song Of The Year, sung by Faith Hill, garnered her a Grammy nomination. Also nominated for a Grammy in 2012 for The Mighty Sky, she was Nashville NAMMY'S 1999 Songwriter of the Year and inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall Of Fame in 2016.

Sandy Emory Lawrence

Sandy Emory Lawrence’s family roots are West Texas but with an Air Force father she was born in Oklahoma, living in Scotland, California, Florida and France through the years. At 30 she moved to Nashville and almost 30 years later Joey and Rory cut “When I’m Gone.” About that same time ASCAP awarded Sandy the Sammy Cahn Award for promising lyricist. She has an album in the works for this coming year.

Tommy Sims

Tommy Sims is a Nashville-based, award-winning producer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and band leader who began his career in 1986. His work as band leader, producer and songwriter lead to record sales of over 170 million for the likes of Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, Garth Brooks, Eric Clapton, Don Henley and Michael McDonald. His work in music, film and television have garnered multiple awards including 7 Grammys, 17 Dove and Stellar Awards and at least one Academy Award from works such as Springsteen’s theme for the Tom Hanks/Denzel Washington film, “Philadelphia”.

Trent Willmon

Trent Willmon is an American singer, songwriter, and CMA Award winning producer. Born in Amarillo and raised on a ranch in west Texas, Trent later moved to Nashville, TN and signed with Sony Records, had hits such as “Beer Man” and “ On Again Tonight”, as well as writing songs for other artists like Brad Paisley and Montgomery Gentry. He also produces several artists including Cody Johnson, who won a Grammy in 2023 for Country Song Of The Year for “Til You Can’t “.

Questions? Contact Brandy Blanton at or (615) 550-1437.

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