Champions of Valor Breakfast 2022: Honoring Our Nurses

Champions of Valor Breakfast

This year HolidayFest TN kicks off the festivities and events with, Champions of Valor Breakfast to honor our Nurses!



Join us for an inspirational morning as we honor Nurses of Valor from our community who have served with gallantry and who have engaged in specific acts of bravery.

We invite nurses, hospital administrators and the public to join us for this event honoring  Sumner County nurses. 

SRMS and Tri-Star Hendersonville Medical Center each have selected 3 nurses to be recognized for their outstanding service and commitment to our community. 

September 15, 2022

Bluegrass Yacht and County Club
550 Johnny Cash Pkwy
Hendersonville, TN 37075

Introducing Key Note Speaker
Rod Harkleroad
CEO, Sumner Regional Medical Center
Market President, HighPoint Health Systems

Welcoming Remarks
Rep. Johnny Garrett, Salvus Center Board of Directors Member

Station Camp High School ROTC will Present Arms.



$50 ea
$500 ea for a table

If you are interested in sponsoring this or any other HolidayFest event call Lynda Evjen (615) 517-5714.

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Salvus Center

Salvus Center, Inc., is a faith-based primary care health service that seeks to reclaim the Biblical and historical commitment to care for those who are sick and in need so they might experience wholeness, wellness, and healing. We firmly believe that no one should be excluded from receiving quality healthcare because of no insurance. We operate on the principle to provide quality medical service to Sumner County’s working uninsured.

Salvus has an impressive service record helping Sumner County residents:

  • 17 Years of Service
  • 72k Patient Visits
  • 110+ Practicing Physicians who’ve volunteered their skills and their time

Learn more at

Salvus Center






HolidayFest and VFW Post 9851 offer special thanks to all sponsors of this event and celebrate the work of our Nurses who serve daily without hesitation.
Thank you to our wonderful sponsors:

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