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4Fashion: Poolside Glamour

16 Kendra Gives Back: Operation Red Shoes

Our 4Memphis fashion team makes a splash with edgy poolside looks.

18 Wings of Ave Maria Luncheon & Fashion Show

16 West FIGHT ON Kick-Off Breakfast

18 James Farmer Book Signing

53 Memphis Impact

20 Memphis in May International Gala 21 Roar & Pour 901 Grilling

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24 Welcome to Memphis Dale Watson: Puttin' Down Roots Party 25 Butyn Art Walk 25 Brahmin Grand Opening 26 River Oaks Garden Club Luncheon 26 Memphi Family Picnic

ABOUT THE FRONT COVER Poolside Glamour by Augusta Campbell - page 34 Cardigan top, flowy pants, and leather belt, from Kittie Kyle. Earrings on turban by Myrna Halpern, from Kittie Kyle. Necklace by Brave Design from Oak Hall. Plunging neckline swimsuit and turban, stylist’s own.

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Kendra Gives Back: Operation Red Shoes

Kendra Scott recently hosted a Gives Back Party for Operation Red Shoes. The non-profit, founded by two St. Jude patients, provides essential needs to kids and their famlies that are fighting cancer. To learn more about how this organization is making a difference, visit operationredshoes.com.

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Kendra Scott

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Mark O. Ramirez

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Brandi Thomas, Kirby Floyd, Susan Walker & Scott Elliott

Melanie Patterson & Katherine McCallen

Kirstie Murphy, Brooke Vogel, Kim Pappas, Karen Arthur & Debbie Allen

Diane Hendon & Haley Floyd

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West FIGHT ON Kick-Off Breakfast

The University of Tennessee/West Institute for Cancer Research hosted a breakfast to kick off the annual West FIGHT ON event. This is the organization's signature fundraising event focused on raising funds for cancer research and patient education, care andsupport. The University of Tennessee/West Institute for Cancer Research was founded in 2014 as the dedicated entity to provide funding for adult cancer research and patient support programs.

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Memphis Botanic Garden

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Keri Burnette, Kristie Cullum, Cathy Poulin & Ruby Maclin

Harold Byrd & Carrie Anderson

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Jordan Walker, Stephanie Simpson & Susan Ewing

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Wings of Ave Maria Luncheon & Fashion Show

Wings of Ave Maria hosted a fun day for guests to support The Ave Maria Home, which is located in Bartlett, Tennessee, and houses long-term nursing care, assisted living, skilled rehabilitation, Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care, adult day center, and home care services. The day’s event featured a delicious lunch, fashions by Betty Hays Boutique, and a silent auction showcasing jewelry from James Gattas Jewelers.

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Tower Center at Clark Tower

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Stacey Richards & Amy Chandler

Jamie Coggins, Ann Wilson, Jim Jaggers & Stephanie Nichols

Linda Garvey Meisler, Mary White & Mary Jane Davis

Beth Owen, Linda Gattas & Wydia Bridges

Cathy Simons, Tina Lathum & Whitney Wright

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James Farmer Book Signing

Social: A Shop for Gracious Living hosted James Farmer recently for a book signing. His new book, A Place To Call Home, is a beautiful book that features timeless southern charm by the garden-to-table lifestyle guru.

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Susan Arney, Carmen Bond, Joanie Lightman & Lindsey Hammond

James Farmer & Meredith Schultz

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James Farmer & Carmen Bond

Lauren Daughtry, Carmen Bond & Kim Pitts


Join us as we celebrate 20 years of scrumptious appetizers, exceptional wines from around the world, and the hottest musical entertainment in town at Memphis’ Premier Auction Affair, Food & Wine Tasting! Proceeds benefit SRVS and 1600 people with disabilities

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Tickets - $100 in advance, $110 at the door Tickets $100/$110 Online Auction prior to event! www.srvs.org Silent and Live Auction night of!

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Memphis in May International Gala

It was an evening filled with terrific atmosphere and spectacular entertainment as the International Gala brought Memphis in May festival supporters together for a special night of food, music and culture honoring the Czech Republic. The Gala takes place annually during the International Salute week of Memphis in May.

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Peabody Skyway

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Roger & Kathy Sapp with Autumn & Glenn Goerke

Judy Baker & Kathleen Glass Burke

JJ Krauch, Kathy Sapp, Leigh Shockey, Brooke Tweddell & Karen Carlisle

Veronica & Brett Batterson

Milian Grohmann, Petra Vitova & Drexel Membreno

Shawna Engel & Seamus Loftus

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Anita & Ray Pohlman with Carol Coletta

Ty & Tamera Boyland with Karen Foley & Eldridge Thompson

Joyce Peterson with Ambassador Hynek Kmonicek

Lindsey Tong, Doug Browne & Kat Gore

Kristen Wright, Bobbi Gillis & Susan Elliott

Mark & Colby Sturgis

Patrick & Shelby Siano, Ron & Jan Coleman with Richard & Karen Coleman

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Roar & Pour

The Jaguar Bluff City Roar & Pour was held at Teton Trek at the Memphis Zoo on a beautiful spring evening. The event featured an abundance of culinary and cocktail delights from some of the city’s best restaurants. Roar & Pour serves as the zoo’s signature spring conservation fundraiser, helping to preserve wildlife through conservation, education and research.

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Memphis Zoo

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Mark O. Ramirez

Ashley & Derrick Chatman

Sonia & Dr. Mark Miller

Debbie Long, Robert Hanusovsky & Kasandra Berry

Amanda Thephasone, Joya Roy, Josh Burkeen & Mandy Wallace

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Christy & Paul Covington

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Sarah Hill & Tyler McGough

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Pour & Explore

Guests enjoyed sipping on pours of wine samples while exploring the fabulous Shops at Saddle Creek in Germantown at Pour & Explore. There was live music, caricature artists, food trucks, a silent auction that benefited Streetdog Foundation, and there were even dogs up for adoption during the event. A fun evening of sipping, shopping and exploring to benefit a wonderful cause!

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May 12, 2018

Shops of Saddle Creek

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Sonya Spencer, Teriney King, Renarda Muse & Ebony Walker

Christine Massey & Sherri White

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Kelly Norwood, Laura Dew, Jael Hardaway & Karen Creel

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Missy McGovern, Eva Guggenheim & Jeff McGovern

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Jerry Phillips, Amy LaVere & Will Sexton

Julie Lansky, Tobey Hubbard, Lia Lansky, Dale Watson with Geri & Hal Lansky

Celine Lee, Amy LaVere & Will Sexton

Rachel Hurley & Robin Bender

Barry Holloway, Ansleigh Morris & Jim Jetton

Dale Watson, Johnny Holiday, Celine Lee & Rebecca Lopman

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Adrienne & John Littlefield

Kevin Kane, Dale Watson & J.W. Whitten

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Dale Watson & Jerry Phillips

Mike Stoker with Dianne & Kirk Barkley

Jeff Jenkins, Dr. Susan Murrmann, Delores & Michael Porter

Charlie Belenky, Kris Kourdouvelis & John Paul Keith

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Buntyn Art Walk Each spring, the East Buntyn ArtWalk celebrates local artists, musicians and food trucks with an amazing open-air bazaar of galleries set up in the front yards and porches of the historic east Memphis neighborhood. Neighbors and friends visited, shopped for beautiful art, and enjoyed the hospitality of East Buntyn residents.

Megan Murdock (artist)

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Martha Park and Colin Lee

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Brahmin Grand Opening The much-anticipated Brahmin boutique in the Shops of Saddle Creek hosted a grand opening celebration on June 1st. Guests enjoyed light bites and sips while browsing the beautiful leather bags in this great new shop.

Keri Dutra & Carol Zuckerman

Jerry Jones & Heather Nordtvedt

Quaneshia Farris, Chelsea Odeneal, Renarda Muse & Jalishia Perkins


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River Oaks Garden Club Luncheon

The River Oaks Garden Club held their spring luncheon, featuring the festive theme “Bees in my Mother’s Garden”, which creatively reflected the spring season. Brenda Grinder chaired the event, and the installation of officers (Patricia Meyers as the new president) was conducted by Gwen Montague. During the lunch the garden club made two donations for community beautification: the first was - to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis for their landscaping project, and the other was Carpenter Art Garden for their projects in Binghampton.

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Brenda & Nicole Harris, Gwen Montague, Anne Conrad & Betty Green

Jill Foutch & Cameron Sanford

Judy Van Steenberg, Betty Green & Patricia Meyers

Judy Belisomo, Hilda Mullen & Debbie Binswanger

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Memphi Family Picnic

The Grand Krewe of the Memphi celebrated Carnival Memphis with family and friends at the annual Memphi Family Picnic. Held at Chickasaw Country Club, there were moon bounces for the children, delicious food, and fun times celebrating the spirit of the Carnival Memphis season.

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Edward Smith, Ross & Luke Johnston & Steven Smith

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Mother's Day Brunch

The Memphis Botanic Garden hosted the annual Mother's Day Brunch on a perfect day for celebrating moms. Under the shade of the large trees, guests enjoyed a scrumptious buffet brunch, carriage rides, live music, and being with the ones they love.

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Memphis Botanic Garden

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Matt, McKendree & Bizzy Walker

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Dr. Carla Martin & Erin Davis

Ester Walker, Wilma Malone & Hazel Burks

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Summer Symphony at the Live Garden

The Memorial Day weekend concert was the perfect opportunity to kick off a summer of fun and music at the Memphis Botanic Garden. Friends and family enjoyed the nice night and great music by Wynonna and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra.

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Memphis Botanic Garden

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Mark O. Ramirez

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Sherry May, Jim Duncan with Kelsie & Page McCoy

Debbie Tankersley, Jessica & Peter Abell, Kelley Nash & Bryan Artiles

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Kelcie Hamm & Michael Ahlbrandt

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Theatre Memphis July 13-29

Featuring Songstresses from Across the Community. Join us as Theatre Memphis presents Ladies & Legends. A bevy of talented divas have who have performed numerous roles on the TM stages will entertain you with their strong vocal solos and harmonies as they come together in the Next Stage cabaret setting. With a mix of favorites from Broadway, movies and popular song lists, musical director Gary Beard has conceived an evening that will resound the best and brightest voices to bring you the perfect summer offering.

MAHALIA

Hattiloo Theatre August 3-26 Including music by various gospel composers as well as hymns and spirituals made famous by Mahalia Jackson, this is a joyous celebration of the life and music of the world's greatest gospel singer: a humble, deeply religious woman whose expressive, full throated voice carried her from a three-room shanty in New Orleans to appearances before presidents and royalty. The joy and inspiration of her heartfelt songs provide a counterpoint to the urgent messages delivered by her friend, Martin Luther King. Standing at his side, Mahalia Jackson became the musical voice of the civil rights movement.

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A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER Playhouse on the Square August 10-September 2

When Monty Navarro, the black sheep of the D'Ysquith family, finds out he is ninth in line to inherit a dukedom, he decides to eliminate the other eight heirs standing in his way. All the while, Monty has to juggle his mistress (she's after more than just love), his fiancĂŠe (she's his cousin but who's keeping track?), and the constant threat of landing behind bars!

JUNK

The Circuit Playhouse August 24-September 9 Financier, Robert Merkin, will stop at nothing to take over an iconic American manufacturing company, changing the rules as he goes. Set in the high-flying, risk-seeking, teetering financial world of the 1980s and inspired by the real junk bond kings of the day, this riveting story shows us, from the inside, how money became the only thing that mattered.

NEWSIES

Theatre Memphis August 24-September 16 Energetic and Irresistible. In 1899, New York City got its news from an army of ragged orphans and runaways called newsies. One of them, Jack Kelly, dreams of a better life far from the hardship of the streets. When newspaper owners raise distribution prices at the newsies' expense, Jack finds a cause to fight for and leads a young army toward responsibility in a combination of jaunty tunes and high-kicking, musical numbers.


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Karsen Springfield

There’s something beautiful about the balance of healthy and delicious food.

The Art of Dinner Interactive Cooking Class

First Friday of every month at the Church Health Kitchen, Crosstown Concourse UPCOMING CLASSES: July 6 | Independence Day Cooking | Senate White Bean Soup, Roasted Pork Loin with mashed potato and ratatouille & Gran Marnier Strawberry Shortcake

Jim & Elizabeth Duncan

Alden Dorris, Stacy Dorris, Melinda Liles & Becket Liles

August 3 | Chef Joshua House’s birthday! | Prosciutto, Port Salut Cheese, Marinated Tomatoes with Crusty French Bread, The Cuban Sandwich, Smoked Ribs, Banana’s Foster

Tickets are $65 per person. Proceeds support Church Health’s community nutrition programs.

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This Summer has brought some serious heat and there’s no better way to cool off than being impossibly chic by a sublime pool. Today’s swimwear trend is focusing heavily on the maillot de bain, which makes perfect sense as it is a practical singular garment, but can be very sophisticated with revealing cut outs, high-cut legs, and plunging necklines. Femininity is not compromised and wearing a tank suit can be outright glamorous. For July’s fashion editorial, we took it a step further and paired some of the most stylish swimwear with current street wear for looks that are high on fantasy and glamour. We shot these looks on a sweltering day in a backyard oasis and had loads of fun playing with these one-piece wonders.

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This cut out and studded swimsuit keeps things interesting with floral flowing pants and a gauzy train. Pants from Betty Hays Boutique. Longhorn necklace, glass bead bracelets; all by Amy Wells and available at Sorelle Boutique. Swimsuit, stylist ’s own.

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Tippin’ the Hat

This modern fedora anchors this outfit, which is made up of layers and textures. Army green

swimsuit from Macy ’s Oak Court. Peach colored

wrap from Kittie Kyle. Hat, bangle bracelet, bead fringe earrings, all from Oak Hall. Rubber purse from Coming Attractions.

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A neon pink cashmere blend coat is the perfect garment to pair with a vintage 1980’s botanical print swimsuit. Happens all the time. Coat, purse, boots; all from Oak Hall. Earrings from Coming Attractions. Swimsuit, stylist ’s own.


Plum Pool Party

Crochet is a fine look paired with a satin embroidered duster. The silver boots and purse add the right touch of glam rock. Suit from Macy’s Oak Court. Duster, feather earrings, silver purse, silver boots; all from Oak Hall .

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Puppy by the pool is always fun. Sleeveless cardigan with square buttons from Coming Attractions. Silver toned hoops from Sorelle Boutique. Swimsuit with fiesta colored stitch detail, Macy’s Oak Court. Shoes, model’s own. Sunglasses, stylist ’s own.

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MUST-HAVES

By Augusta Campbell

Glamming up your swimsuit has never been easier. A one piece increases its interest when paired with chic accessories that instantly make the bathing suit go from boring to bathing beauty.

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2. 1. Pearl Wonder Necklace from Sorelle Boutique 2. Two-Toned Danglers Earrings by Kim Gambrell from Betty Hays Boutique 3. Rockin' Rocks Necklace by Brave Design from Oak Hall 4. Sunny Stripes Purse from Kittie Kyle 5. Feminine and Flowy Scarf from Betty Hays Boutique

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Local Grilling Inspirations The Memphis Recipe for a Great Summer Cookout! By Sandi Butler Hughes and Lesley Harris Colvett

PARADISE SEAFOOD

Paradise Seafood’s owners Ted Perkins and Don Willadsen have a passion for fresh seafood and providing their customers with fresh, wild-caught seafood. Sold at the Agricenter Wednesday through Saturday, plus other locations throughout the city, Paradise offers a variety of fresh seafood, fresh jumbo lump crab meat, fresh shucked oysters, smoked tuna dip (one of Ted’s creations), boiled shrimp, fresh yellowfin tuna and snapper, trigger triple tail, redfish, king crab legs, lobster tail, royal red shrimp, and much more. As a young boy growing up in Gulf Shores, AL, Perkins watched his grandfather run a seafood market and work as a commercial fisherman. Perkins' uncle, a Millington native, saw the need for fresh seafood in the Memphis area. Ted, having amassed several connections in the seafood industry down in coastal Alabama, seized the opportunity to deliver fresh fish from his friends and wholesalers on the beach to landlocked Western Tennesseans; Paradise Seafood was born. One of Ted's more loyal customers, Don Willadsen, would house Perkins in a spare bedroom for his five-day-at-a-time business venture, and the friendly relationship proved to be very profitable: Don and his wife became business partners. In fact, the now famous Paradise Seafood trucks were Willadsen's brainchild and design. For more information, visit aparadiseseafood.com and sign up for their email/newsletter, or follow them on Facebook.

MEMPHIS BARBEQUE SUPPLY

The idea for Memphis Barbeque Supply (MBS) started when Jimmy Shotwell saw the need for a onestop shop for all things barbeque and grilling in Memphis. Through his travels around the country with his previous job, Jimmy discovered many great barbeque supply stores around the country but nothing available in the home of barbeque - Memphis. As an avid backyard griller and barbeque competitor, Jimmy realized that he and many others wasted time and money going from store to store or shopping online to get the supplies they needed for competitions or for grilling in the backyard. Jimmy turned to longtime friends and Memphis in May teammates Chris West and Will Hampton with his idea. With their help and the support of other family and friends, Memphis Barbeque Supply quickly went from just an idea to a thriving store carrying “everything but the meat!” The store opened in April of 2014. MBS carries “everything but the meat” for the backyard weekend griller and the professional competitor. Stocking over 250 rubs and sauces, MBS listens to their customers to carry the brands and products they need, as well as plenty of new rubs, and injections from around the country for them to try. When it comes to grills, MBS carries both charcoal and gas grills along with smokers. MBS has sizes to fit the need of almost anyone. What makes MBS so unique? Experience, knowledge, and service! Many Saturdays throughout the year they host free cooking classes covering everything from ribs and butts to tailgating to chicken and steaks. “We have no “barbeque secrets” here. We want to share everything we’ve learned over the years,” Jimmy says. For more information, vitis mbbqsupply.com Jimmy Shotwell

Smoking a Fatty AKA Bacon Explosion with MBS Shotwell Rub and Blues Hog Original 1 package of Breakfast sausage 8 ounces of sliced mushrooms 2 packages of bacon 1 package Feta cheese 1 diced red onion MBS Shotwell Rub Blues Hog Original Sauce

Mix breakfast sausage, mushrooms, cheese and red onions. Place in an oiled 1 gallon zip lock bag. Using a rolling pin or large can roll the sausage mixture flat. Once you have an even layer of the sausage mixture cut the bag along the sides. On a clean cutting board create a basket weave of bacon slightly larger than sausage mixture. Place the sausage mixture on top of the bacon. Then from one side start rolling the bacon over the sausage mixture until you have a nice bacon roll. Shake on your favorite BBQ rub. Close the ends of the bacon roll. On a heated grill place the bacon roll over indirect heat at approximately 200-250 degrees. Cook the bacon roll until the internal temperature is approximately 160 degrees. Brush the bacon roll with your favorite BBQ sauce. Remove from grill and let it rest for 5 to 10 minutes. Then slice the bacon roll and serve.

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Soapstone & Copper Grilling Trays

These trays from Social: A Shop for Gracious Living are the perfect summer must-haves for the stovetop, oven or grill. Whether you’re cooking veggies, steaks, fish, or burgers, your food will cook evenly and will be beautifully ready-to-serve once it’s finished cooking! ($56$110)

MEMPHIS MARINADES Memphis Marinades is a local company that began in 2011, and actually has roots in Ireland. Jim Boland, President, CEO and dual citizen of Ireland and the USA, judged a World BBQ Championship Contest in Ireland in 1995. It ignited a passion that led him to competing in BBQ competitions, and along the way winning numerous trophies in Europe and the United States. From those international beginnings, he designed the innovative Memphis Marinades. Memphis Marinades is a powder that is mixed with water to create Jim’s award-winning flavor, and he offers four marinades, each one specifically tailored for beef, pork, lamb, and chicken. The products are all free of MSG, comprised of 100% Natural ingredients, low in salt and sugar, and the chicken and pork marinades are gluten free & GMO free. Jim shares his recipe for making two kinds of chicken from one grilling experience: “Marinate the chicken using Memphis Marinades Chicken Marinade per the directions on the label. When your chicken is grilled to perfection, dip half of the cooked pieces in a loaf pan of warmed BBQ sauce; place those back on the grill for 5-7 minutes to glaze up. Now you have BBQ chicken flavor as well as an herbal chicken flavor - yet you only prepared and cooked one type of chicken. I use that same technique when I am competing.” Memphis Marinades is available at Memphis area Whole Foods Markets and The Fresh Markets, plus at Charlie’s Meat Market, Germantown Hardware, ACE Hardware Store in Cordova, and online at memphismarinades.com. Jim Boland

VICTORY LANE BBQ For Victory Lane BBQ owners Doug Golden and Erik Garner, the business got started during a conversation between the friends. “We were discussing what to do with a racecar I had, and Erik said, ‘Dude, let’s turn it into a grill.’ So we did,” Doug recalled. “In 2010 we formed Victory Lane BBQ, LLC, built the racecar grill, and started cooking at Tiger Lane for friends at Tiger football games.” Their first barbecue competition was in 2011 and since then they have grilled victorious as the Memphis BBQ Network Hog Team of the Year in 2013 and Memphis BBQ Network Overall Team of the Year for 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017. Victory Lane BBQ offers a wide variety of sauces, rubs, injections, and marinades, and they are excellent on pork and beef, as well as seafood and veggies. Competition pitmasters all over the world use Victory Lane, and often layer the flavors to enhance what they’re cooking. Victory Lane products are available at Memphis Barbecue Supply, in the local section of Kroger stores, and online at victorylanebbq.com.

Victory Lane BBQ Meatloaf Turtle:

Make a bacon weave (Google instructions, if need be) and set aside. 3 pounds of ground beef 1 onion 1 bell pepper 3 eggs 1/2 cup bread crumbs 1/2 cup of Victory Lane Original Sauce 1 tablespoon Victory Lane Season All Make a bacon weave (Google instructions, if need be) and set aside. Mix all ingredients then form in a pan in the shape of a turtle. Place the bacon weave on top of the meat. With a smoked sausage, make a 3” head for the turtle; cut four 2-3” pieces of sausage for the feet. Slit the ends of the sausage and spread to make toes; use the last of the sausage for a small turtle tail. Once your turtle is assembled, add about 1/4 cup of water in the pan. Cook in an oven to 160 degrees. If too much grease, remove excess reserving some to mix with Victory Lane BBQ Original Sauce (or Victory Lane Spicy for a little more kick). Mix grease and sauce, then using a silicone brush, glaze the bacon weave and put back in oven for 5-10 minutes to let the sauce caramelize. First one to back away from the table is a turtle! July 2018

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#4GALLERY Either put me on a beach or in a nice, cool art gallery or theater in July. Honestly, I am not interested in many other options as we approach the dog days of summer (that phrase refers to the astronomical position of the star Sirius, not your panting chocolate Labrador retriever). In the days before air conditioning, Southerners who could do so fled in droves toward cooler climates – Camden, Maine or the Highlands of North Carolina – and the local arts largely took a break. I do not entirely understand why we now flock to sunny beaches to test

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the capacity of sunscreen, but the other change from days of yore is that the arts are with us through the warmer season. True there are fewer performances, but programs such as Opera Memphis’ Summer Conservatory or Children’s Ballet Theater are keeping busy as ever. The listing below includes a very respectable number of art openings and a couple of musical events. There is really plenty to do to keep your mind occupied and your horizons expanding, and it is also perfectly acceptable to relax and enjoy the slower pace while you can. Stay cool.

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photography by Adarryll Jackson Gallery Ten Ninety-One | WKNO Opening reception July 8, 4-6pm Through 7/27

7/8 IN THE GARDEN

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WHET THURSDAY

art show L Ross Gallery | Through 7/28

Metal Museum | 5-7pm

7/11 PRIZM

International Chamber Music Festival Shady Grove Presbyterian Through 7/23

Dixon Gallery and Gardens Through 9/20

7/6 7/3 ABSTRACTIONS

A group show featuring works by Melissa Dunn, Lisa Weiss, Michael Barringer, and Pam Hassler.

ORPHEUM SUMMER MOVIE SERIES

WE RISE: THE FINAL BIENNIAL ALUMNI CELEBRATION EXHIBITION

7/13 Memphis College of Art | 6-9pm

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Harrell Theatre | Through 7/22

LADIES & LEGENDS, SONGS OF STAGE & SCREEN Theatre Memphis | Through 7/29

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7/15 BEATRIZ WILLIAMS author talk Novel | 2-3:30pm

Williams discusses and signs her new book The Summer Wives.

4GALLERY FEATURE>>Deanna Hamsley

Through 8/24

7/14 JEANE UMBREIT

artist talk David Lusk Gallery | 11am

In conjunction with a duo show of Jeane Umbreit and John Salvest running through July 27.

TheatreWorks | Through 7/29

7/21 GROUP SHOW OPENING

Tops Gallery 400 S. Front | basement | 6-8pm

7/27

SABRINA TURNER art show Eclectic Eye | 6-8pm

The untitled show is curated by Hunter Braithwaite.

Creative her entire life, local artist Deanna Hamsley is in her season of painting. “My right-brain has been on overdrive for as long as I can remember. I began painting about four years ago. I always wanted to paint for other people. I truly believe that we all have seasons of life. For now, this is where God has me - it’s my season,” she shared. She brings a diverse background of creative pursuits, and began working in mixed media with an experimental approach. “Being self taught with little awareness or concern for the ‘rules,’ I find myself with a natural tendency to break them.” The result is Deanna’s beautiful paintings that are inspired by nature, the human form, emotions, music, and the life stories of others. “I find that people are always looking for more positivity and happiness in their lives, and I believe art is a way of offering that to them.” Deanna’s work can be found locally at Palladio Interiors in Memphis, Southern Muse in Collierville, First Fruit Collection in Collierville and Southern Avenue Company in Germantown. She also has several pieces available nationwide through Kirkland’s. For more information on commission pieces and monthly workshops, visit deannahamsleyartwork.com.


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Memphis Celebrity Chef Tour Dinner: James Beard Foundation

James Beard Foundation Award Winners Ryan Prewitt (PĂŞche Seafood Grill, New Orleans) and Maneet Chauhan (Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Nashville, TN) along with a who's-who of Memphis chefs dished up an unforgettable evening. The James Beard Foundation's mission is to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America's food culture more delicious, diverse, and sustainable for everyone.

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Wallis Tosi, Logan Smith & Karen Adams

Tanya & "Boo" Mitchell

Elizabeth & Greg Smithers with Carson & Jennie Looney

Debbie Bell, Eleanor Hastings & Chelsea Slabaugh

Kelly Williams, Robin Newsom, Lydia Bors-Koefoed, Dr. Purvisha Patel, Kim Kitterman & Pooja Shah

Chefs Andrew Ticer, Kelly English, Michael Hudman & Ryan Prewitt

Tricia Hunt, Edie George & Brandon Morrison

Chefs Josh Steiner, Ryan Prewitt, Lisa White, Maneet Chauhan & Jimmy Gentry

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Guests at the annual Zoo Brew enjoyed an evening of sampling craft beers from Memphis and around the world after hours at the Memphis Zoo. Live music and yummy food topped off this fun fundraising event for the Memphis Zoo!

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SALUD! at Whole Foods Market, Poplar Avenue Grilled Succotash Salad with Tomato Tahini Dressing

Prepare the dressing: Preheat a grill pan or large cast iron skillet over medium-high heat. Toss the tomatoes with a small amount of olive oil and grill until charred on all sides but not bursting, about 4 minutes. Transfer to a blender and combine with the tahini, vinegar, smoked paprika and salt and pepper. Blend until smooth, adding

Dressing:

Salad:

Olive oil, as needed

Olive oil, as needed

12 cherry tomatoes

1 red onion, peeled and cut into thick rings

1/3 cup tahini

2 ears corn, shucked

2 to 3 tablespoons sherry vinegar

1 ½ cups frozen lima beans, thawed

¼ teaspoon smoked paprika

1 ½ cups fresh green beans 1-2 heirloom tomatoes, diced 1 bunch lacinato kale, ribs removed and torn into large bite size pieces

water 1 tablespoon at a time, until a semi-thick dressing is achieved. Season to taste with additional salt, pepper and pinch of sugar, if desired. Set aside. For the salad, toss all of the vegetables individually, except for the tomatoes and kale, with a bit of oil and grill until charred and cooked through. Set aside to cool slightly before rough chopping the onion into bite size pieces; removing the charred corn from the cob and cutting the green beans in half.

dressing. Arrange the greens on individual serving plates or a large serving dish. dressing on the side.

Bring a pot of water to a boil and set up a large bowl filled with ice water. With a paring knife, carefully score the bottom of the fruit with an ‘x’ and lower into the boiling

In a large bowl, gently massage the kale with 1-2 tablespoons of the prepared Top with the grilled vegetables and heirloom tomatoes.

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water. Cook for 30-45 seconds then plunge into the ice bath. You can then remove the peel easily with your fingers or a paring knife. Perfect for those summertime jam recipes!

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Rose Creek Farms Purple Cherokee tomatoes, sliced Black vinegar gastrique Buffalo milk buratta mozzarella Basil vinaigrette Black Vinegar Gastrique: 2 cups black vinegar 1/3 cup sugar 3 bay leaves

Reduce ingredients in a pot over high heat. Remove from heat once small tight bubbles have formed at the bottom of the pot and vinegar is in a glaze state. Cool and remove bay leaves.

Lucchesi's Ravioli & Pasta Shop Corn & Tomato Salad Dressing: 4 tablespoons mayonnaise 2 tablespoons vinegar ½ teaspoon dry mustard ½ teaspoon pepper ½ teaspoon celery seed 2 teaspoons salt Mix all ingredients together and refrigerate overnight. Salad: 2 cans white corn, drained and rinsed ¾ cup cucumber, chopped ¾ cup bell pepper, chopped ¼ cup purple onion, chopped 2 tomatoes, chopped Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and toss. Pour dressing over vegetables and stir to coat. Add chopped cilantro before serving.

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Cover sliced green tomatoes in flour dredge mix and shake off excess.

Grainger County, Tennessee Tomato Pie

Dip in scrambled egg mixture and shake off excess.

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1⁄3 cup whole basil leaves

Coat in panko crumbs and shake off excess.

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Drop 1-2 green tomato slices (depending on size) in fryer, using a canola-based

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2 teaspoons salt

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1 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil

1⁄3 cup grated fontina cheese

Place Southern-style pimento cheese on top of tomato.

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tomatoes, cored, seeded and diced

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Blind-bake the pie crust and set aside while preparing filling. Note: remove as much moisture from the tomatoes as possible. Heat pan with olive oil and butter until hot but not smoking. Saute the diced tomatoes and onion (with salt to taste) until caramelized, then drain on paper towel and set aside. Salt tomato slices and place in a strainer to allow liquid to drain. Once drained, layer along with whole basil into the blind-baked pie shell. Topping: In a bowl add grated cheeses, sour cream, mayonnaise, sautéed onion and tomatoes, salt and pepper to taste, and mix well. Once mixed, place directly on top of filling. Garnish with 3 thin slices of tomato prior to baking. Bake on the middle rack of oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Remove from oven once topping becomes golden brown. Serve warm with fresh basil leaves to garnish. July 2018

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OWEN BRENNAN'S Ombre Caprese Salad 1 purple tomato, ¼-inch thick slices 1 heirloom tomato, ¼-inch thick slices 1 handful of grape tomatoes, sliced in half 1 pound of fresh mozzarella, ¼-inch thick slices 20 to 30 leaves (about 1 bunch) fresh basil Balsamic glaze, for drizzling Coarse salt & pepper Layer alternating slices of tomatoes and mozzarella, starting with the purple tomatoes first. Next, add the heirloom tomato slices. This creates the ombre effect. Add a basil leaf between each layer on a long, wood platter. Surround the dish with grape tomatoes. Drizzle the salad with balsamic glaze and season with salt and pepper, to taste.

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Tomato Caprese Salad with Proscuitto and Artichoke 8 ounces cherry tomatoes, heirloom (all colors) cut in half Arugula lettuce 6 slices prosciutto 2 ounces artichoke heart quarters, drained 1/2 ounce basil pesto 2 ounces balsamic vinaigrette Vegetable oil as needed Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Using 2 cookie sheet pans, place prosciutto flat between the pans; place in the oven for 10-12 minutes or until it is crispy and golden brown. Remove from the pan and set on paper towels. In a frying pan, add oil and heat to medium heat. Dust artichoke heart quarters with flour and cook until golden brown. Remove from oil and drain on a paper towel. Dress arugula with balsamic vinaigrette, tomato, fried artichoke and drizzle basil pesto on top. Garnish with prosciutto.

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Contributors Levitt Shell My name is Mary Katherine Kruczek, and I am a Junior at St. Agnes Academy. I am so thrilled Memphis Impact. I am honored to work on this magazine with this

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My name is Robert Ayotte and I am in the 10th grade at MUS. In addition to writing for 4Memphis, I write for the MUS school newspaper and have participated in many external writing competitions.

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Mission Trip My name is Laila Travillion and I am a Sophomore at Collierville. I am Impact team.

Caroline Weakley, Editor Hannah Hussey Embry Bird Shade Webb

Arts

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Sports

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Digital Media Mary McAuley Annie Leatherman

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Editor’s Note I heart Memphis: a phrase that echoes across our city. Lately, I have realized how lucky I am to have grown up in a city like Memphis because Memphis truly has it all, from sports leagues, exciting events, and most of all, people who care about the city as a whole. Memphis, itself, is growing and prospering because there are countless people who are striving to improve the city and attract newcomers. As high school students, we have a profusion of opportunities to grow and serve within our community, and I believe that it is important to take advantage of the fact that we are able to impact Memphis so member of 4Memphis Impact. I wanted to engage our youth community into the core of Memphis and open the eyes of my peers and fellow high schoolers to see beyond the realms of our own institutions and into the happenings of Memphis. phis monthly by writing articles about community in fashion shoots with local boutiques; featuring

fundraisers and events; highlighting high schoolers’ sports achievements; and providing beauty tips for a wide variety of occasions. Regardless of our the same goal of engaging the Memphis youth because, at some point, it will be our responsibility to keep Memphis thriving and improve it in all aspects of life. So why not start now? Whatever path you choose, I encourage you to make your experience in high school worthwhile by way of community engagement. If you are passionate about Memphis and want to instigate positivity in and around your school, you have ample opportunities want to see a change in the world around you, do it yourself, and encourage your friends to do it with you.

Again, Memphis is an amazing city, and we have countless modes to discover more about it. Putting future of our community, and that is the kind of cycle that we want to perpetrate from our high school community. Whether you choose to invest yourself in Memphis by volunteering locally, attending com4Memphis your engagement in the city will grant you an experience incomparable to any other.

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My First Mission Trip to Kenya By: Laila Travillion

on missions with my family and close friends. In a country with HIV/AIDS, many children are placed in orphanages with few resources. I am so grateful to have been introduced to a vast array of beautiful cultures and interesting personalities. I found Kenya to be full of opportunity and possibilities. We met so many beautiful people who truly care about bettering their communities and spreading joy in the lives of children. One of the people we met is named Benson Manyunyu Barthel, a self taught professional photographer and the creator of “put a smile on a child’s face.” Barthel works alongside his mother, Pascaliah Nduku, with 122 children at the Inua Mimi Rescue Center in Kibera which is one of the largest slums in world. Additionally, I had the pleasure of meeting Alex Gudah, a famous “hype-man” in the city and Oscar “the Juggler,” the #1 freestyle football (soccer) player in Kenya. He encourages kids to pursue their God-given talents despite their circumstances. nation. Upon arrival, we were greeted with large smiles and a warm meal consisting of classic Kenyan delicacies such as traditional stew and chapati. I was initially surprised by the abundance of fresh produce included with our meal. Immediately following our dinner, we were given a tour of the rooms and found that the fresh produce was grown by the children with help from the children’s home the orphanage, and rows of peppers, tomatoes, watermelon, and a rooms to house the children and very little personal belongings for each child. Each room held around twelve kids and each of their “closets” consisted of small cubbies containing a few toothbrushes, shoes, and a change of clothes.

hundred children. Later, our friend Oscar the Juggler performed a few freestyle tricks, Hype Gudah brought the children to their feet with enthusiasm, and Wayne Weaver, our family friend, gave an inspiring speech for the children to never give up on their dreams and always give God the glory no matter the circumstance. We also had the opportunity to showcase some of our talents as well. We taught them a few American dance moves and watched them fall in love with the Memphis “Shoot” dance. We ended the night by giving them a donation of food and supplies and then formed a line to touch and pray for each child in the home. Prior to our departure for Kenya we discussed visiting Kibera. Our discussions involved both schools of thought on visiting the slums of the world: “was it okay to walk through the slums and view object poverty and then return to our homes where we lack very little?” Initially, were very torn on the decision to go and also were was much to our surprise when Gudah and Oscar announced that town and introduce us to their friends that still reside in Kibera. We my experience the lack of resources. Most people do not have running water or electricity, and trash is burned on the street. Howev aspects of the area. At the end of our tour, we saw hundreds of children with cameras learning the art of photography at the Inua Mimi rescue center. It was a beautiful close to a week of experiences that I will never forget. I am forever grateful for the opportunity to

prayed for each child. I am so grateful to have had the chance to visit them and will be forever changed by this experience. Oscar the Juggler was raised for more than ten years of his life. We were immediately greeted with open arms of genuine love and affection upon our arrival. Young girls with bright smiles introduced seen. From the circus-like stunt acts which had me on the edge of my seat to a beautiful self constructed choir that moved me to in awe of the surplus of joy and talent within the orphanage of two >>designed by Mary McAuley

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St. Jude Classic

One of the most important events for the city of Memphis is the FedEx St. Jude Classic, an annual golf tournament that has been held at TPC Southwind since 1989. Originally created in 1958, the St. Jude Classic continually manages to recruit some of the world’s top professionals for a PGA event that the entire city has helmed as a Memphis tradition. Not only is it special to have hosted a PGA Tour event within the city for nearly 60 years, but the tournament also raises an average of over $35 million for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has been the sole charitable beneficiary of professional golf in Memphis for more than 40 years,” said Jack Sammons, who acts as the General Chairman of the FedEx St. Jude Classic. “Approximately $40 million dollars has been raised by our event during that period for the kids at St. Jude.” Big profiles such as Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson attended this year, while others like Ricky Fowler and Rory McIlory have competed in the past. A Wednesday morning pro-am kicked off this year’s event, with one of the most notable participants being the future Memphis Men’s Basketball coach, Penny Hardaway. He was joined by Memphis Football coach Mike Norvell, PGA Tour pro Charles Howell III and former NASCAR team owner Joe Gibbs. Not intimidated by the growing number of ecstatic Memphis fans trailing close behind, Penny and his group managed to hit fairly well at 15-under par. However, they ultimately fell short of victory at the hands of a tiebreaker. “Those ProAms together accounted for over a million dollars of revenue for St. Jude,” Mr. Sammons confirmed. Dustin Johnson, who had already won a PGA Tour event previously in the year, oversaw a comfortable lead as the tournament progressed and, by the 18th hole on Sunday, was holding a four-stroke lead over runner-up Adam Putnam. His final shot managed to find the hole from 171 yards out as the 33-year-old closed the event with an eagle. He

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moved to 19-under for the tournament and wrapped up another victory, his third straight season with multiple PGA Tour wins under his belt. “Dustin Johnson’s final score of 19 under par was an extraordinary accomplishment,” Mr. Sammons said. “That’s the lowest score since the golf course at TPC Southwind was redesigned 25 years ago. Runner-up Andrew Putnam impressed the crowds at Southwind, just three strokes off of DJ’s winning total, and was tied with DJ after three rounds of play.” With the event over, Johnson solidified himself as the best player in the world, moving up to number one in the World Golf Rankings. 29-yearold Andrew Putnam, finishing in second place, held on to the best finish of his career and managed to stick to Johnson when most expected a walkover; however, a double-bogey from Putnam to start the final round turned out to hurt him beyond recovery. While many still celebrate the St. Jude Classic as it wrapped up only last month, some are beginning to look towards the future. Beginning in 2019, Memphis will expand its golf influence by hosting the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. This new WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational will take the place of the current St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind sometime near August of 2019. The WGC events are considered massive, where only the top 50 players in the world and select winners from other tournaments are eligible to compete. It is estimated that a typical WGC event brings in economic revenue of around $40-60 million for the host city, an incredible boost for the entire area of Greater Memphis. “The World Golf Championship will have a massive economic impact on Memphis and our region,” Mr. Sammons said. “Hotel rooms reservations will fill up fast once the actual date of the 2019 event is announced by the PGA Tour. Airlines, restaurants, hotels and business in general in Memphis will benefit by the onslaught of international tourists that will visit Memphis next summer for the WGC FedEx St. Jude Invitational.” Hosting a tournament of this caliber will not only impact the future of golf in Memphis and the outlook of the city from neighboring areas, but it will also raise more awareness for St. Jude for years to come. “The WGC will put Memphis on the world sports stage and create a fabulous platform for celebrating our city’s 200th birthday.”

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