Concord-Farragut Sertoma Club presents check to F-Tn Babies with Special Needs reps

Concord-Farragut Sertoma Club, in conjunction with SouthEast Bank, presented a $20,000 check to representatives from Friends of Tennessee’s Babies with Special Needs during a luncheon Thursday afternoon, Nov. 14, in the bank’s corporate headquaters, 12700 Kingston Pike. Accepting the check were FTBSN volunteer executive director Dr. Don Thompson, holding check on the left, and FTBSN representative Teresa McMahan, holding check on the right. The amount represented proceeds raised from 30th Annual Lindsey Nelson Memorial Benefit Golf Tournament held last summer at Willow Creek Golf Club. Among those representing Concord-Farragut Sertoma was Timothy M. Dentz, president, second from right.

Among the invited guests were Doug Horne, in back on left with red tie, owner of Horne Properties, Inc., Horne Radio, LLC and Republic Newspapers, Inc. (parent company of farragutpress). Also on hand included Knox County Commissioner John Schoonmaker, in back on right wearing tie, who represents the 5th District (includes Farragut). Among those representing SouthEast Bank was Todd Bolinger, third from left in back with blue vest, commercial loan officer.