Blue Monarch residential program holding tour of homes Saturday

Blue Monarch residential program holding tour of homes Saturday

June 24th, 2011 by Staff Report in Chattnow Outabout


Charlie and Charlotte Atwood

Don and Eva James Crichton

Bill and Knowles Harper

Mort and Marguerite Kondracke

Mary Elizabeth Nelson

Mr. and Mrs. John McCardell

Six homes on Monteagle Mountain are part of the second annual Blue Monarch On the Move tour of homes Saturday.

Proceeds from the tour go toward Blue Monarch, a 12-month residential program that helps women and their children regain their lives and break the cycle of addiction and abuse.

The tour will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT, ending with a cocktail reception at Myers Point Barn. Music will be provided by The Culprits.

Myers Point at Sewanee is a 480-acre private, gated community overlooking Lost Cove and Champion Cove. The barn was constructed by local craftsmen of rare, salvaged South American hardwoods and mountain stone to be used as a community gathering spot.

Tickets for the tour are $30. Tickets for the tour and reception are $50. They may be purchased at The Blue Chair Bakery & Coffee Shop, 41 University Ave., in Sewanee.

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