NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Hundreds of retired Metro employees spent Saturday afternoon reminiscing about their time working for the city.
The holiday luncheon, which took place at the state fairgrounds, was part of a yearly tradition for those who worked in Metro departments. It’s an event retirees look forward to.
“One of the charitable neighborhood institutions that come and promotes what they are doing and Crime Stoppers is a big thing in the community that helps stop crime in neighborhoods,” said former councilman Parker Toler.
A few state lawmakers and local leaders also attended the luncheon.
Nashville Crime Stoppers was one of many longtime sponsors for the event.