Tue, Sep 1, 2015


Tennessee Fisher House Groundbreaking in Murfreesboro

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A dream six-years in the making is becoming a reality. Ground was broken Thursday for a Fisher House on the campus of the York V.A. Medical Center here in Murfreesboro. Andrea Lawrence is president of the Tennessee Fisher House Foundation...


WGNS broadcast both the Truman Show and Rutherford Issues from the construction site. Both Hooper Penuel and Dan Whittle have been on several broadcasts talking about the benefits of this facility...


One of the speakers at the event was David Hughes, a veteran wounded in Afghanistan. His L-2 vertebra was shattered and he was temporarily paralyzed after the vehicle he was in hit an I-E-D. He says the Fisher House played an important role in his two-month hospital stay...


Hughes served three combat tours while with the special forces. For more information about the Tennessee Fisher House, how you can contribute and volunteer and to see pictures from the groundbreaking, log-on to wgnsradio.com, keyword Fisher House.


The Tennessee Fisher House Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization and tax-deductible donations can also be mailed to:

Tennessee Fisher House Foundation
P.O. Box 774
Brentwood, TN 37024-1310
Phone: 615-916-1310 

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