Save the Date! Music City SCI Meets September 10th!

 

Hey, folks. If we haven’t met yet, I’m Chris West, your new chapter President. The MCSCI board and I would like to invite you and your family to join us on September 10th for our next general meeting. 

 

This won’t be like our usual meetings, we’re going to keep this very low key and relaxed at a new exciting location: Jonathan’s Grille in Green Hills. Instead of a guest speaker, this will be more of an informal gathering. We’ll have dinner, drinks and take this time to get to know each other a little better. I’ll provide a brief update on chapter operations but other than that, we just want to hear your hunting stories. Bring your best tall tales, your hunting pictures and someone to swear to your wild exaggerations. I promise to believe you no matter how ridiculous your tale. After all, you aren’t making up the story, you’re just making it good.

 

We’ll meet at Jonathan’s Grille in Green Hills. If you haven’t been, it’s an upscale sports bar / family restaurant with more space,  great food, and excellent service. The manager comes from a family with a rich tradition of hunting and is excited to host us. I think this will be a very good venue for us.

 

If the idea of swapping stories with your fellow hunters isn’t enough to get you out of the house, I’ll sweeten the deal: The first round is on me! I look forward to seeing you there!

 

Chris West

Jonathan’s Grille

3805 Green Hills Village Dr, Nashville, TN 37215

https://www.jonathansgrille.com

6pm-8pm

If you can make it, please RSVP and let us know the number of folks in your party: nort.harrison@musiccitysci.org

 

 

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