(Franklin) — Heard County Middle School will play host once again to the annual Bravy Awards Show in the middle school gymnasium on May 21, 2014 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
It will be the third year for this entertaining event which will feature entertainment by the middle school show choir and the presentation of several county-wide Bravy awards to athletes, coaches, cheerleaders, and even team managers.
All levels of Heard County sports will be recognized with nominations including the recreation department, middle school, high school, marching band, cheerleading and Special Olympics.
Some examples of the special honors (which are based loosely on the ESPY awards that are hosted each year by ESPN) include awards for the Male and Female Athletes of the Year, Best Moment, Team of the Year, Best T-Ball Player and Breakthrough Athlete of the Year just to name a few.
This year’s show will one again be free for all to enter but donations will be accepted at the door. Those who make a minimum donation of $5 will also receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win some door prizes.
The HCMS Cheerleaders will also be offering a chance to win cash in their 50/50 raffle.
Concessions will be available that night as well so everyone is encouraged to grab something to eat at the show. Doors will open at 5:30.
All proceeds from the event will directly benefit the HCMS athletic programs.
Sponsors are needed for the event so if you would like to advertise your business and help support this awesome community event you may contact Coach Allen Sikes at (706) 675-9247 or Russ Massa at (770) 262-2818. You may also email email@example.com for more information. All donations are tax deductible!
All nominations for the awards will be announced via HeardCitizen.com during the week of May 12-16 so stay tuned online for further info in the coming days. Thanks to everyone for your tremendous support of HCMS Athletics!
Last year’s Bravy nominees for T-Ball Player of the Year (L-R) Annley Cook, Ansley Roddenberry, Kiley Nichol, and winner Brody Cofield (Photo by Rodney East)