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CommunityNashville Names Charles Bone as Honoree for 40th Annual Human Relations Award Dinner

Bone McAllester Norton founder and chairman, Charles Bone was honored for making a difference at the 40th Annual CommunityNashville Human Relations Award Dinner.  He was honored along with Ellen and John Tighe, Rev. Neely Williams, Gail Kerr and the Jewish Federation of Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

The dinner raised money for the CommunityNashville Building Bridges Program at Oasis Center, which helps youth learn about themselves, to respect others and to understand the root causes of prejudice.

"The annual Human Relations Award Dinner is one of the biggest and most important events in our city recognizing outstanding individuals whose commitment to human rights makes Nashville a better place for all of us," said co-chair Art Rebrovick.

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