It’s been seven months since the tornado devastated parts of Nashville and there is still a lot to be done! We can help by joining Hands On Nashville and the Nashville Tree Foundation plant trees in the neighborhoods that were greatly impacted by the March tornados. CSLN will have a volunteer team for a family friendly, tree planting event. Learn how to plant and care for trees, while also joining forces to make Nashville a greener community! The event to plant trees at Fisk Park and homes in North Nashville is November 14 from 9am to Noon. To volunteer, contact Amy Stephens at
The Communications and Marketing Team is looking for volunteers! This committee's focus is on communications to keep our members informed and marketing and messaging to attract new members to our community. This team was formerly the Social Media Team, and while that will remain a big part of the mission, the team’s expanded marketing focus will include marketing CSLN to new members to keep us growing and vibrant. If you are interested, contact Lucia Coopersmith at email@example.com.
Dine Out With Your Fellow Members
Nice, Safe, Enjoyable Connection
Are you ready to go out for a nice meal? COVID protected. The Riverview Restaurant and Marina (located on the Cumberland River) has outdoor dining on their deck over looking the river. Plenty of outdoor spacing and reasonable pricing.
We are looking at Sunday, November 8th from 2-4 pm - Weather permitting, of course.
ACTION: Please RSVP by Sat Oct 29 to Mary Lou Cohen (CSLN Social Events team) @ 727-403-0577
or firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.