This years picnic weekend is full of new things to do! You can participate in some of the unique experiential treatment sessions that we offer. Have you ever wanted to try out the ropes course, rock wall or walk the Labyrinth? We will also have sessions in the art and music rooms as well as lectures and other treatment highlights that you can be a part of.
We hope you and your families are able to come out and enjoy the weekend with us!
Friday, Sept. 19 1-4 PM
Ladies Day will be held in the gymnasium 1:00 – 4:00 with interesting and fun exhibits for women. From jewelry, homemade soaps by Neon Soap, Essential Oils by Vitality, Chocolatier Laura Miller, Mini chair massages by Chiropractor Dr. Kyle Webb, Initials, Inc by Lori Gunn Quinn, It Works! Wraps and Supplements, Noels Hair Salon, Exercise by Design by Martha Lee and much more.
Fashion show by Flash and Trash and a little bit of Sass Clothing Store.
Alumni Weekend Cross Over
Friday, Sept. 19 at 7:45 – 9 PM
Frist Family Life Center Chapeltorium
Youth Speaker Meeting 7:45 PM
Traditions Play presented by the Friday Night Cross Over Steering Committee (they can’t act, so it’s a good thing this is a comedy!)
Picnic Lunch Registration Now Open
Have you ever tried to plan a party and didn’t know how many people were attending? Let alone FEED them? Here’s how you can help us out. Pre-register and save some cash on lunch.
$12 Adults ($15 at the door)
$7 Children 6-12 ($10 at the door)
NEW! Breakout Sessions
Session I: 10:30 to 12 Noon
Session II: 12:45 to 1:45
Fellowship Meetings: 11:15 to 1:00
Ropes Course, Equine, Music & Art Therapy, Medical Education and more..
A Silent Auction will be taking place throughout the day.
If you would like to donate a good or service, please contact Jay Rowe firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE Child Care
Free child care and children’s activities will be provided all day during the Alumni Picnic courtesy of the Alumni Association of Cumberland Heights.
Guest Speaker: Travis Meadows
Chapeltorium 2 PM
Singer songwriter Travis Meadows is an artist to the core, but his is not a story about music. It is a story about life; a story about religion and family; a story about addiction; a story about survival, sobriety and freedom, with music as the narrator.
Here’s what he says about himself:
An orphan who turned into a preacher
A preacher who turned into a songwriter
A songwriter who turned into a drunk
A drunk who is learning how to be a human being