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Oct. 8: Saint Thomas Health Foundation Hosts "Rock The Cradle" Featuring Wynonna Judd


 

The Saint Thomas Health Foundation is pleased to announce the return of Rock the Cradle, an elegant annual evening of music, food, and drinks at Nashville's iconic The Loveless Barn, 8400 Highway 100 on October 8. Guests will be treated to a cocktail reception and dinner at 7 pm catered by The Loveless Cafe. Award-winning artist Wynonna Judd will perform in a private concert at 8 pm created exclusively for Rock the Cradle attendees. Both silent and live auctions will be conducted.

Since the event's inception in 2010, Rock the Cradle has raised more than $1.25 million to support obstetrics care and the Beaman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital. Rock the Cradle is the brainchild of music industry executives Connie Bradley and Troy Tomlinson. Because of donor generosity and Rock the Cradle attendance, thousands of newborns and families in Middle Tennessee have benefitted from the cutting-edge technology, compassionate care, and financial assistance provided at Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital.

Corporate sponsorship terms are this listed at this . Individuals tickets and 10-seat tables can also be purchased .

 
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