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Franklin TN Flood Relief Benefit

Stoveworks owner delivering dinners to flood victims

In light of the recent flood disaster, Stoveworks Restaurant at the Factory in Franklin is appropriately transitioning their Thursday, May 13 re-opening celebration into a Flood Relief Benefit for the Williamson County Red Cross and the neighborhoods of Cottonwood and Fieldstone Farms located by the Harpeth River off Hillsboro Road which were severely impacted.

In the photo on the left Stoveworks Restaurant owner Pat McCracken delivered dinners for 30 to 40 families to community volunteer Lisha Pope for distribution in the hard hit Cottonwood subdivision off Hillsboro Road in Franklin.

Thursday through Sunday, May 13 – 17, donations of clean-up items, water, non-perishable food, clothing and financial donations for the Williamson County Red Cross will be accepted at the restaurant and then distributed Monday, May 18 to these neighborhoods with checks delivered to the local Red Cross office.

During the May 13 benefit, Cardinal Crossing and the Bethlehem Bluegrass Band will be performing with Stoveworks offering food and refreshments and also accepting donations that night as well. For more information, contact Pat McCracken at Stoveworks Restaurant at 615-791-6065.

Stoveworks Restaurant in Franklin

  • Stephanie

    Thank you, Stoveworks, for your generosity! What a wonderful community we have here in Franklin!