Showing posts from June, 2013

Tennessee Titans Linebacker Colin McCarthy Invites High School Football Players to Attend Free Clinic

By Brittany Moore   While attending Clearwater Central Catholic High School in Florida, Tennessee Titans linebacker Colin McCarthy participated in a clinic geared toward improving his skills in the combine events. He truly believes the combine training better prepared him for college play and ultimately the NFL. For this reason, McCarthy is hosting a FREE, one-day football clinic for rising high school football players who want to improve their overall skills training. The free clinic will be held on Saturday, July 13 th at Quest Sports Center in Brentwood, Tennessee. The focus is on improving results in the following combine events: 40-yard dash 20-yard shuttle Vertical jump Broad jump L-drill Medicine ball throw “I wanted to share the opportunity to work with high school athletes in the area to provide training and encouragement,” said McCarthy. “There isn’t a clinic like this in Tennessee and I was able to participate in somethin

LEGACY Young Leaders Team Up with Hands On Nashville

Nashville’s Helping Hands LEGACY Young Leaders Team Up with Hands On Nashville to help Glen Leven Farm by Brittany Moore The month of June is such a beautiful time of year in Tennessee and a great time to get outside to make a difference.   LEGACY Young Leaders recently convened for a post-workday volunteer opportunity at Glen Leven Farm.   Our young leaders arrived dressed ready to get down and dirty for a good cause.  We were quickly put to work pulling weeds in the education garden and the flower beds surrounding Glen Leven Estate as well as cleaning up fallen tree branches around the area.  In 2012, Glen Leven Farm was recognized by the Nashville Tree Foundation as a designated arboretum so, as you can imagine, this was no easy feat. Immediately after volunteer check-in, Katie Randall, Glen Leven Education and Outreach Coordinator, took the group on a tour of the Glen Leven pre-Civil War mansion constructed in 1857.  With stunningly high ceilings, a hospital room d


When LEGACY Young Leaders call for help, fellow team members are there to deliver. From left to right:  Kelley Cash, Jamie Holmes, and Brittany Moore Jamie Holmes, a LEGACY Young Leader currently employed by IMG College at Vanderbilt University, asked her fellow young leaders to support her event - Lee Brice concert at Carl Black Chevrolet Nashville off Murfreesboro Pike. To answer her call, fellow Young Leaders Kelley Cash (LEGACY Client Relations Coordinator) and Brittany Moore (Belmont MSA student and LEGACY Intern Associate) took a mid-day adventure to southeast Nashville to show their support. To kick off the 2013 CMA Music Festival, Carl Black Nashville hosted a “Parking Lot Party” with Lee Brice on Tuesday, June 4 th from noon-2:00PM. The party consisted of music by Lee Brice and his band, special appearances, as well as hotdogs and refreshments for the attendees. From granddaughters to grandfathers, car salesmen to Lee Brice fanatics, people of all