Fall Fiesta Dinner & Auction
An evening to benefit the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee
with special guest Delbert McClinton
Saturday, September 20, 2008 | 6:30 – 10pm
The Factory in Franklin, Tennessee
Building 8 | 230 Franklin Rd | Franklin, TN 37064 | map
$100 / person - tickets on sale now!
Tickets to this year's event include a festive buffet dinner, cocktails, entertainment
and admission to silent and live auctions. Casual attire.
Purchase tickets online at
For more information about the 2008 Fall Fiesta call 615.386.9002 or email DSAMT
Sponsors for the 2008 Fall Fiesta
DSAMT thanks the following sponsors, whose support makes this event possible.
The Peppy Pinatas
Hart, Freeland, Roberts
Nacarato Volvo & GMC Trucks
Pinnacle Financial Partners
The Sassy Sombreros
Reed Financial Group
Sherry Hoskins, CPA
Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors
Honorary Chair Delbert McClinton
Three-time Grammy winner and music legend Delbert McClinton joins DSAMT as Honorary Chair for this year's Fall Fiesta. If you have never heard McClinton's Texas-style blues you've been missing out. His style seamlessly blends country, blues and soul with rock and roll. Before he became internationally known as a singer and songwriter, he was a harmonica player with the Straightjackets, backing blues legends such as Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed and Sonny Boy Williamson. Over the years, he's released a number of solo albums and has written music for Emmylou Harris, Wynonna Judd and Vince Gill. When he's not on the road, Delbert resides in Nashville with his daughter and his wife Wendy Goldstein.
Since 1995, the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee has worked to enhance the lives of individuals with Down syndrome by providing support, information and education to those individuals, their families, professionals and the communities that make up the Middle Tennessee region. With proper supports and services, people with Down syndrome can be productive members of their community. Your support makes it possible for our organization to continue that message - Down syndrome unites us. It doesn't define us!
To learn more about DSAMT, visit our website at DSAMT.