11the Annual Forrest Spence 5k – August 25th

11the Annual Forrest Spence 5k – August 25th

11th annual forrest spence 5k

8.25.18 – 8am -Memphis botanic garden

Forrest Spence Fund

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Abby Cooley –

Abby had a NICU baby and the Forrest Spece Fund helped her in incredible ways. She is now the Program Director for the Forrest Spence Fund and get’s to help and see the impact everyday!

Amanda McCollum-

Amanda lost her daughter from a complex heart problem and her third child had a heart defect and has down syndrome. Forrest spence provided so much support for this family in need.

Joel Hobson-

Joel and his wife Jennifer lost their precious little girl at two weeks and during this time Forrest Spence was not up and running. They know first-hand how helpful they would have been for them. In response, they are now are the presenting sponsor for the 5k.

about the 5k

Join the Forrest Spence Fund on August 25th at 8:00 am for a 5k run, with a 100 yard dash for kids (8 & under) at 9:15 and 1 Mile Fun Run (kids 12 & under) at 9:20 am. There will be games, bounce houses, slides, food, awards, door prizes, and more. Bring the entire family for a fun filled morning at Memphis Botanic Garden.

Forrest Spence Fund

The Forrest Spence Fund is an official 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that was founded in 2007 in memory of Robert Forrest Spence. The mission of the Fund is to assist with the non-medical needs of critically or chronically ill children and their families throughout the Mid-South.

In honor of Forrest, the organization strives to support families dealing with similar difficult situations and to give back to regional children’s hospitals like Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger in Chattanooga, Baptist Women’s Memorial Hospital, and St. Jude Children’s Hospital, where the amazing medical staff fights for thousands of children each year.

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Brewing Local Beer – High Cotton Brewing Co. Taproom

Brewing Local Beer – High Cotton Brewing Co. Taproom

Brewing local beer 

high cotton brewing co. taproom

By Cayleigh Tralongo

I started working for High Cotton back in April of 2015.  From the very get go being behind the bar top in the taproom felt like home.  I had found High Cotton on a weekend in which I was out sampling local beers.  I was extremely lucky to have walked in while one of the owners, Brice Timmons, was working at the bar.  He was surprised to see a Wyoming drivers license and asked what brought me to Memphis. When I told him I had just moved here and used to work for a couple of small brew pubs back home, he grabbed a beer and gave me a tour of what was the tiny brewery we had at the time.  Several beers later and a lot of chatting I was offered a job to come work as the taproom manager and it was a match made in heaven ever since.  I love the fast paced busy days, but I also live for quiet ones to sit and chat with the customers that come through to try our beer.  It never gets old describing our beers or talking about the process to get a beer to where it is.  And I do have to brag that we have the best regulars in town.

What I absolutely love about High Cotton is the warmth and friendliness of the owners and those that I work with.  The brewery keeps expanding and we get busier each day but there is one thing that never changes, the laid back feel of the place.  When people walk through our doors we want them to feel like they’ve come to a place that they can relax.  Our motto comes naturally to us because all of the owners are from right here in Memphis.  They remember their grandfathers very casually using the phrase being high in cotton, which was a simple term for reflecting being happy and prosperous.  We want to share that happiness and our prosperity with those around us. And the way we share it? By having a beer or three of course while we make new friends/fans.

We want them to enjoy the atmosphere, the smell of the cedar and fresh beer being made in the brewery. We also invite them to try any of the 10 different styles of craft beer we strive to keep on tap. There is always something new rotating in and out too! We offer flights, full pints, growlers, half pints and canned products (off premise consumption only) for our customers.

The brewing process

Cans

Cans are fairly new to us. We started selling Extra Special Bitter and Scottish Ale cans roughly 2 years ago.  In November of 2017 we expanded and added in the IPA can to our lineup.  As of May this year we introduced our 4th can, the Mexican Lager.  Canning has been a lot of fun for us as it allows us to share our product to such a widespread market.  We’re often asked why we chose cans over bottles and the answer is pretty simple but not a singular one.  We chose cans because they protect the quality of the beer better.  They hold their carbonation, they keep light out, which can damage the beer, and of course the recycling factor.  They are also perfect to take out on the river, hiking, camping, pool, etc.

Merchandise, Kegs, and Gift Certificates!

All of our merchandise is currently sold only in the taproom. We offer anywhere from glasses and growlers to hats, stickers, iron on patches and T-Shirts.  We are constantly adding new items to our line up so we encourage everyone to stop by frequently to see what else we have available.

We do offer keg sales to the public. We recommend calling at least a week in advance to reserve the keg, equipment (if needed) and talk about how much they need for that.  They can call the taproom 901-543-4444 or email sales@highcottonbrewing.com to reserve kegs.

Gift Certificates – We now offer gift cards and they can be purchased by going to this website link:  https://swipeit.com/product/1390/high-cotton-brewing

Events

We hold all types of events from community based to private based.  We are big supporters of our neighborhood and trying to help out the mission of the Edge District and the MMDC (Memphis Medical District Collaborative).

Some of our favorite events we’ve put on have involved dogs. We’ve worked with many rescues from Streetdog Foundation to Memphis Pets Alive! to help raise awareness for their organizations and to help with fundraising efforts to care for all the animals they bring in and try to rehabilitate and re-home.

Once a month we host Bendy Brewski Yoga at the brewery. It is an all levels yoga for an hour and they have a pint afterwords. They practice in our middle space right next to the brewery.

Trivia is held every Friday at 7 pm. Its free and open to all ages. More info mentioned below.

We’ve hosted anything from fundraisers, silent auctions, and art shows. Its a very versatile space.

Private Events

We host all types of private events and have a couple of spaces that can be used for that.  Each party is unique so we recommend starting out by contacting our events folks to talk about the direction of the party, whether it be rehearsal dinner, retirement, work function etc,. Their contact info is events@highcottonbrewing.com

Offsite Events

We love doing events outside of the taproom too! We’ve done beer tastings, server training, beer festivals and so much more.  Setting up an offsite event is simple and to do that they can contact us at sales@highcottonbrewing.com or call 901-896-9977.

We’re Famous!

One of the coolest things that happened while I was still working the taproom was having Norman Reedus and Diane Kruger roll into the brewery one Friday. They were passing through town on one of Norman’s motorcycles and they stopped at our brewery to have a beer before they went to their hotel. They were doing a cross country trip and wanted to stop by Graceland before they continued on to Georgia.  They had just finished up doing some sort of shoot for Netflix. Nicest, most down to earth people ever.

Weekly Happenings

Tuesday 4-9pm we do Service Industry Nights and offer a $1 off on all pints for anyone who works in the service industry like us

Wednesday 4-9pm is neighborhood night.  We do $3 pints of ESB, Scottish Ale, IPA for everyone coming to visit us in the Edge District

Thursday 4-9 pm we do Medical District Night.  We offer $1 off to Medical district students and Med Faculty all night long

Friday during our hours we do Happy Hour from 5-7 which features a $1 off pints, and then at 7 pm we do FREE Trivia.  1st prize wins $40 in High Cotton Cash, $25 for second place and $15 for third.  It is open to all ages.

Brewery Tours – We offer brewery tours every Saturday at 3 pm.  It is $12 to hop on the tour with our Assistant Brewer.  Guests leave with a logo pint glass and they will have spent about 45 minutes with the brewer learning about our process and sampling at least 4 beers.

 

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Hart of the City

Thanks to the efforts of Doug Gillon, Creator, Executive Producer and Host of Tuesday Show Comedy, we were able to play host to Comedy Central’s Hart of the City. He helped bring local comedy to the brewery with bi-monthly comedy shows with a mixture of traveling comedians and local talent.  Through his connections he got us a chance to film 20 local comedians for an audition.  After a site audition and look through we beat out Nashville to film the show.  They filmed a Memphis episode featuring four local comics at our location on July 15th, 2017 which aired in December of 2017.  It was an insane 24 hours of closing the taproom, working with a energetic producers and watching small skits put together with Kevin Hart himself.

Things to note is that we are kid friendly, non smoking indoors, and we allow dogs inside as long as they are ok with high volume social situations and remain on their leashes at all times. 

Reach Us!

Hours

Tuesday-Friday   4-9 pm

Saturday             10am-10pm

Sunday                10am-6pm

Contact: 901-543-4444

High Cotton

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Methodist South Hospital will host its second annual Mommy & Me Baby Expo  on Saturday, August 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Southwest Tennessee Community College, located next door to Methodist South Hospital at 1234 Finley Road in Whitehaven.

For more information, please call 901-516-3580 or visit methodisthealth.org/babyexpo

“Whether you’re expecting your first or second child or want to start a family, join us to receive prenatal information, breastfeeding education, health screenings and more,” said Michelle Harrison, clinical director of Women Services at Methodist South. “It’s so important to be as prepared as possible when welcoming a new baby into the family, and we want to help families in our community succeed in parenthood. We’ll offer family-friendly games and activities, a photo booth, prenatal yoga demonstrations and opportunities to meet our maternity team and physicians.”

About Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare and Methodist South Hospital

Celebrating its Centennial in 2018, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare is an integrated healthcare delivery system based in Memphis, Tennessee. Methodist has grown from one hospital into a comprehensive health system that includes six hospitals, a home health agency, ambulatory surgery centers, outpatient facilities, hospice residence and physician practices serving residents in the greater Memphis area regardless of their ability to pay. Celebrating 45 years of service to the Whitehaven community, Methodist South Hospital is a 156-bed hospital committed to providing personalized, compassionate and high-quality care to patients and families. Our primary areas of service include orthopedics, cardiology, maternity, the Diabetes Wellness and Prevention Center, Physical Therapy and the Wound Center.

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A Conversation With Floyd

A Conversation With Floyd

A conversation with Floyd

orange mound, the coliseum, and big bill’s annual mens fellowship

By Duy Nguyen

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I was fortunate enough to cross paths with Floyd on more than one occasion. On our first encounter, he was elbow deep seasoning a whole hog with some secret dry rub for Big Bills Annual Men’s Fellowship. I was curious as to what this “men’s fellowship” was all about but I was invited to attend so I got to find out first hand.

Now, it was pitched to me as generally a fun event for the men folk. Fishing, Food Need I say more? Well there was plenty more but Fellowship was a common theme. Oh and no alcohol, the people running the show were adamant men could have fun and enjoy each other’s company without any extra influences. And and in the words of Big Bill

“Now we won’t run off the women if they show up or anything like that but we might put them to work, washing dishes or serving or something. Hopefully, that will deter them from attending.

The event is open to everyone. There’s no entry fee but the food is well worth a donation. Before we get to the stats on the game that was served I want to speak a little more on the history of the event. It really started with a group of eight friends that grew up together, played football against one another and decided they would take a weekend out of the year and just hangout. Well soon enough, that number grew to 30, then 200, then 500. Granted, when I went the weather was rainy and cold attendance was an easy 200 people that weathered the storm to be there. And you could tell everyone wanted to be there. Some started really early because the fish were biting and with four lakes available on Big Bill’s property (which is where this is held nowadays to accommodate the crowd) you can start at anytime and reel them in! A big breakfast is served with the works sausage, eggs, biscuits and so much more. They also serve a giant lunch, now here’s where the stat’s need to be listed:

1 whole hog (seasoned and smoked the whole day before the event)
a couple rabbits

some turkey

15 raccoons

70 or so ducks

200-300 quail

a couple hundred fish (all caught by Floyd allegedly)

I asked him what he though was special about the food. He said it was about “teaching the kids not everything comes from a can”. He was paying homage to the ways of the old and showing the younger generation that you can make good food and source in locally. Almost every ingredient was from someone’s land either down the road or brought in from across the state. I had never had raccoon and was definitely a bit apprehensive. I tried it was great but like everything else. There was a story behind. Floyd told me that back in the day when protein was scarce families would catch and prepare what they could to get by. The raccoon served was the best around, as someone’s mother who had been making it for years had perfected the technique and I would definitely tell everyone to try some because just by eating food you’ve never had before, you get a small glimpse into a lost way of life.

Not to abruptly switch subjects but, Floyd is from Orange Mound and he dropped some knowledge as to its beginnings. The area started off as a plantation. They were growing pecan trees by the acre in the area. If you see some of the houses around here, they still have pecan trees in the yards. But a young man one day decided to sell the land and let the black community build up their own area.

“Orange Mound at the time was Black Wall Street”

Floyd was saddened by how the area was just left in the past as everyone else around it seemed to progress. Floyd believes access is the issue. A solid education system with proper healthcare can turn this area around but it was like area was just left to solve those issues on its own whereas other areas have assistance and people that actually care.

This is why Floyd is interested in re-opening the Mid-South Coliseum. He remembers seeing James Brown and many other acts (I mention Soul Brother No. 1 because I got to see him live before he past away soon after and he was everything I had seen about him in recordings). The coliseum was just a place where everyone came together to enjoy whatever event was going on in or around the space.

The Coliseum would make for a once again amazing space with all that’s going on around it. Floyd stated that athletics and community activities bring people together. So that stable living conditions can be built and thus families can begin to raise the next generation under better and brighter conditions. A better future, who doesn’t want that?

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There are so many different programs and organizations for children that offer great ways to impact lives. However the No More Silence Foundation Center opened in May 2018 right here in the city of Memphis, offering unique ways through the arts to engage children and their families an opportunity that will impact their lives forever. The No More Silence Foundation is a non-profit organization pending as an exempt organization describe in section 501 (C)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Our program also includes an A.R.T.S Summer Camp that is taking place this summer for children ages 4-14. A.R.T.S. stands for A REASON TO SURVIVE. Often time children feel as though they have no reason to live after being faced with adversity. Mrs. Wilson and her team is changing that mentality.

Each week of the A.R.T.S Summer Camp, we offer different themes to help with exposing and educating the campers. The week of June 11-June 15 was Fashion week. On Wednesday, June 13th, we celebrated National Sewing Machine Day and our National Fashion Day.

We invited Memphis’s own Jenni Graham. Ms. Graham is a fashion model, designer, fashion stylist, model coach, creative director, and the CEO of J.Chic Life Style Boutique.

Our goal for that day was to focus on the principals of art elements with designs and fashion. We had our campers to explore through creative areas of fashion using sewing machines, jewelry designs, fabric, patterns, styles, and a fashion show to model their designs down a yellow brick road made of posterboard.

The campers and staff had a ball!

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