Kick up your boots and join us for a night full of dancing, live music, great food, and fantastic prizes!

 

Hoedown for Hearing

Friday, November 3rd

Menagerie Farm

Collierville, TN

7-10 pm

 

Come Out to Support

Memphis Oral School for the Deaf!

Dress up in your western flare and dust off your cowboy boots for our

"Best Boots in the Barn" contest!

 

The dinner bell rings at 7:00 pm to chow down on John Walker's famous fried fish along with savory sides and sweet tea provided by St. Clair Foods and Texas Roadhouse! The Dosey-doe gets going at 8 pm! Boot-scoot and join us for some down-home dancing to live country western music!

$30/person

Must be 21 or older

Tickets include all food and drink and the best entertainment in town!

 

When you aren't swingin' your partner around the dirt floor, snap pics in our western themed photo booth or toss some corn hole! Be sure to join us for our late night snack and

Have A S'more

From the MOSD Board

at 9 pm by the fire pit!

 


Hoedown for Hearing

Nov 3, 2017 7:00 PM CDT

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Thank you to our Sponsors!

Susan & Jerry Edmonds

MOSD Board of Directors

 

Memphis Oral School for the Deaf is a non-profit organization in Germantown, TN with the mission to empower deaf children to learn to listen and talk. No sign language is used. For more than 58 years, MOSD has helped children in the Mid-South develop spoken language through oral deaf education methods. There is no other school like MOSD in the Mid-South and many families drive more than 1 1/2 hours each way to have their child attend the programs at MOSD. The cost  to educate each child per year is $50,000. Tuition is based on a sliding fee scale, but for many financially-challenged families, MOSD absorbs costs through fundraising efforts. Thanks to generous friends in the community, MOSD has never turned a child away for their family's inability to pay for services. Every dollar raised at this event will go towards scholarship assistance so that every deaf child, regardless of socio-economic background, will be able to develop their own voice. Thank you for your support and the life-long impact you are making in the lives of deaf children.