The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County honored the 2019 Patron Award winner Pam Chandler ahead of its annual Heritage Ball event. To select the Patron Award honoree, nominees are selected and voted upon by the Heritage Foundation board of directors. Now in its 44th year, the Heritage Foundation Patron Award recognizes an individual or organization that has shown exceptional leadership and made significant contributions to historic preservation efforts in Williamson County.
“As a member and vice president of the board, Pam Chandler has made outstanding contributions to the Heritage Foundation over the past six years,” says David Garrett, President of the Board of Directors. “From serving as a member of the CEO selection committee to lending her expertise in human resources, to developing new member only events, Pam has devoted countless hours and passion in support of today’s Heritage Foundation.”
Heritage Ball 2019
Each year, more than 800 guests gather to support and celebrate the work of the organization and to raise funds for future projects. In addition to a seated dinner, the event will also feature an online auction including a five night stay at the Ritz-Carlton at Palm Beach, a premium villa stay at Atlantis Harborside, lunch with Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson and club level seats to a Tennessee Titans game. The online auction is now live. To register, visit 19heritage.givesmart.com.
The Heritage Ball will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5 beginning at 6 p.m. at Eastern Flank Battlefield Park near Carnton. The 46th Annual Heritage Ball Presented by Pinnacle Financial Partners is now sold out. To learn more about the event, please visit www.williamsonheritage.org/heritageball. For more information about the Heritage Foundation and additional programs and preservation projects, visit www.williamsonheritage.org.