Next Up: Martha O’Bryan Center #FoodbankThrowdown

Hear from Libby Funke about this years Next Up Martha O’Bryan Center

Your ticket includes:
+ Sample plates from eight chefs involved in the Throwdown; see bios below
+ Adult refreshments from our beer sponsor, Jackalope Brewing
+ Coffee provided by Frothy Monkey
+ Recipes for all the dishes sampled during the competition
+ A chance to vote for your favorite recipe
+ Ability to talk with Nashville’s hottest chefs and food writers
+ Support of local food banks plus the proceeds raised will benefit College Bound Bash, a program designed to provide college necessities like book bags, pens, highlighters, notepads and dorm supplies to local high school seniors participating in Martha O’Bryan’s Top Floor and College Zone programs. These supplies with the support of NextUP mentors allow students to focus on their path of higher education, not the seemingly immense financial obstacles they encounter along the way.

Foodbank Throwdown

!!!Get Your Tickets Here!!! 

Produced by Ryan McFadden & Dan Buckley for Lightning 100

Nashville by Nicole airs on WRLT 100.1FM Lightning 100 Saturday Mornings at 7am


First Steps, Inc.

‘First Steps has a 50-year history of providing individualized education, child development, and therapy to children in the Nashville community, including those who have been turned away from other programs due to the severity of their health issues, medical needs or limited resources.’


Produced by Guy Fell & Dan Buckley for Lightning 100

Nashville by Nicole airs on WRLT 100.1FM Lightning 100 Saturday Mornings at 7am

MNPS Virtual School Interview

Did you know there is a FREE Virtual Public School option for qualifying Davidson County students?

Learn more about this concept and how students can qualify for this unique option as Nicole speaks with Scott Merrick, Lead V-Teacher, and Adrienne McNew the Counselor from MNPS Virtual School.

Enrollment is open now!

“Part and full-time enrollment allows a learner the opportunity to complete core courses needed to earn a high school diploma. Additionally, Virtual School offers unique elective options and CollegeBoard approved Advanced Placement (AP) courses, as well as advanced credit for eligible middle school students.”

For more information please visit their website and follow them on Facebook

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