Sherry's Run Blog
Sherry's Run Board Names Chairs for 4th Annual Mardi Gras at the Capitol Event
The Sherry’s Run Executive Board is excited to announce Glenn and Julie Miller-Wilson are the official chairs for the 4th annual Mardi Gras at the Capitol to be held Friday, February 1, 2019.
“We are thrilled to have Glenn and Julie heading this benefit for the Sherry’s Run organization,” said Scott Jasper, Sherry’s Run Executive Board member. “Their tremendous support of this event and the mission of the Sherry’s Run organization is greatly appreciated. We know their guidance and support will make this a spectacular event.”
Glenn and Julie Miller-Wilson are both involved in the Wilson County community. They are active supporters of nonprofit organizations in the area. Julie and her daughter, Heather Hull, are owners of Body Kneads, Etc. in Lebanon. Body Kneads, Etc. is a full sensory spa, coffee shop and boutique fitness center located on Hamilton Station Blvd. in Lebanon.
“We are honored to serve as the chairs for the 2019 Mardi Gras at the Capitol,” Julie Miller-Wilson said. “This is an amazing event to benefit the Sherry’s Run organization. One hundred percent of all the funds raised go directly to assist cancer patients in Wilson County and surrounding communities. Sherry’s Run does so much to assist cancer patients in our community and we are glad we can be a part of giving back to our community.”
Mardi Gras at the Capitol is Friday, February 1 at the historic Capitol Theatre on the square in Lebanon. Doors will open at 6 pm and dinner will be served at 7 pm. Tables and tickets are available for purchase at Body Kneads, Mo’Cara and the Sherry’s Run office or by calling 615.449.7880.
Sherry’s Run, Wilson County’s largest grassroots cancer fundraising effort, is a non-profit, Christian organization that has helped hundreds of individuals and their families during some of the hardest times of their lives. With community support and involvement, Sherry’s Run helps members of our community year round through support groups; assistance with utilities, housing, prescriptions, medical bills, gas and groceries; and colonoscopy assistance.
Picture caption: Glenn and Julie Miller-Wilson are the chairs of the 4th annual Mardi Gras at the Capitol to be held Friday, February 1.