Celebrities Team Up for Star-Studded Night of Entertainment to Honor Veterans and Nurses

Healing Hands Helping Heroes, A Night of Music
The Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses (AORN) Middle Tennessee Chapter Adds Award-Winning Special Guests and Feature Entertainment for November 10th Benefit 
Nashville, TN - September 24, 2015 - The Middle Tennessee Chapter of AORN is excited to announce that three-time Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and contemporary blues artist Keb' Mo' will join the star-studded lineup that also includes feature entertainment by the Frontmen of Country, Richie McDonald of Lonestar, Tim Rushlow, formerly of Little Texas and Larry Stewart of Restless Heart - all of the original voices behind the hits.
The event entitled Healing Hands Helping Heroes, will benefit the Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) Middle Tennessee Chapter and REBOOT Combat Recovery and is set to take place Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at The Rosewall (1120 McGavock St) with cocktails at 6:00 p.m., dinner buffet and program at 7:00 p.m. and entertainment to follow at 8:00 p.m. 
The event is sponsored by Kore Medical, Censis Technologies, IMS, Vanderbilt Trauma, Music City Motor Cars, Boss Instruments, The Rosewall, Music City Tents and Events, DET Distributing and Printers Press.

"We are so thrilled to announce this incredible lineup of entertainment that will help us raise significant dollars for AORN of Middle Tennessee and REBOOT Combat Recovery," said Cindy Kildgore, President of the Middle Tennessee Chapter of AORN. "We're opening the event to the public in addition to the healthcare community. This event is about supporting our men and women in the military and the incredible nursing community in Middle Tennessee.   Buying a table to attend this event will go far in that support."
Healing Hands Helping Heroes tables are now on sale to the public.  Tables are $3,800 (table of 8) or half table (4 tickets) is $1,900. Visit https://healinghandshelpingheroes.eventbrite.com to purchase and for more details or call LEGACY Consulting, PR & Events for details at 615-669-6058.
More About AORN:
AORN is a non-profit membership association based in Denver, Colorado that represents the interests of more than 160,000 perioperative nurses by providing nursing education, standards, and clinical practice resources - including the peer-reviewed, monthly publication AORN Journal - to enable optimal outcomes for patients undergoing operative and other invasive procedures. AORN's 41,000 registered nurse members manage, teach, and practice perioperative nursing, are enrolled in nursing education, or are engaged in perioperative research. We define and advance best nursing practices for surgical patients by researching and distributing scientifically based guidelines. Visit www.AORN.org for more information.
More About REBOOT Recovery:
REBOOT was founded in 2011 by Evan and Jenny Owens. Dr. Jenny L. Owens is a licensed occupational therapist specializing in traumatic brain injury and PTSD. Evan A. Owens is certified in military ministry related to soldiers and families dealing with PTSD. REBOOT Combat Recovery (RCR) is a 501(c)3 organization and is tax exempt. Many service members we assist are already receiving some form of physical or psychological treatment but are not seeing the results they desire.
REBOOT exists to address the often overlooked spiritual aspects of combat trauma. Our programs speak to issues of identity, false guilt, forgiveness and building an environment of healing by connecting the hurting with the Healer. For services outside of our lane of expertise, we partner with many government and non-profit based providers to complete this triangle of care. On a regular basis we refer our members to local counseling or therapy resources and partner with them to deliver meaningful outcomes. A large percentage of our members come to us as referrals from VA or Army medical facilities. As a program locally approved by Army and VA systems, we are continuing to raise awareness about the importance of spiritual care as a service member heals from the wounds of war. Visit www.REBOOTRecovery.com for more information.



  1. It's hard to have any complaints about this New York event space. It's easy to get a drink since they actually keep enough bartenders working at once, and you'll almost always find a place to sit. I love the vibe, the area, the people and the food at this place.


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