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Feeding the community

Rowdy Ranch Catering hosted their first “Feed The Community” event Wednesday, April 15 at the Celebration Pavilion, where they were able to feed over 600 people in the community.

They will be doing this again Friday, April 17 from 11:00–1:00 pm. Rowdy Ranch Catering plans to host “Feed The Community” several times a week, as long as donations allow. 

In you are interested in making a donation to help feed Shelbyville residents that are in need––please contact Tony Edwards with Rowdy Ranch Catering at 832-585-9080. Donations can be made by debit or credit card; checks can be mailed to Rowdy Ranch Catering P.O. Box 83 Shelbyville, TN 37162.

Thanks to the following sponsors for making the first Feed The Community event possible:
Rowdy Ranch Catering
The Celebration
Tennessee Walking Horse Community
Walking Horse Trainers’ Association
Walking Horse Ladies Auxiliary
Tennessee Walking Horse Breeders’ Association
Layne Leverette & Sons Stables
Legacy Stables
Maple Crest Farm
State Farm Insurance - Deb Insell
Four Seasons Farm
Valerie Ward
Southern Long Beards
Templeton Insurance
First Community Bank
Gina’s Gems

Click here to see more photos from the event on the Walking Horse Report Facebook page.

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