The Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA) celebrated 15 years of protecting the State Scenic Harpeth River and clean water in Tennessee at its annual fundraiser, River Swing, on Oct. 22. Guests enjoyed beautiful weather under the stars at Fairpath Farm, the home of Williamson County Commissioner Todd Kaestner and his wife Susan.

Situated on the banks of the Harpeth River, the night’s activities included dinner, dancing, a silent auction, and an art sale by the Chestnut Group to benefit programs that protect the ecological health of the Harpeth River and its watershed. Cocktails were provided by Lipman Brothers while cocktails and dinner were provided by Whole Foods Market in Franklin.

Approximately 350 guests attended this year’s event that raised more than $110,000 to support programs that accomplish the vision of clean water and healthy ecosystems for rivers in Tennessee, championed by local residents.

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