Lone Oaks Farm will inspire Tennessee youth to learn and grow — to become future leaders adding to the economic and civic growth of Hardeman County and our state;
Lone Oaks Farm will serve as a world-class destination for conferences, retreats, special events, and leisure getaways, inviting visitors from around the world to experience all that we have to offer here in Tennessee.
How YOU can help
Although we’ve made great strides toward fulfilling our vision of creating our nation’s finest 4-H Center and conference facility at Lone Oaks Farm, much work remains to be done before this vision can become a reality.
You can help us put the first brick in the foundation for the future of Lone Oaks Farm. With your donation of $500 or more, we can take the first steps toward developing this 4-H Center.
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About the Author
A lifelong Memphian, Dan Conaway is a communication strategist, freelance writer and columnist. He has owned everything from ad agencies to creative boutiques, promoted everything in his hometown from ducks in The Peabody to Grizzlies in the NBA to pandas in the zoo, and won recognition for his creativity at every level. Along the way, accolades have included the American Advertising Federation’s Silver Medal for lifetime achievement, selection as the Outstanding Advertising Alumnus of the University of Tennessee, and awards from the Episcopal Church, the Boy Scouts and the Boys & Girls Clubs for his work with youth.
His column, Memphasis, is posted weekly at www.wakesomebodyup.com, and published weekly in The Memphis Daily News and in The Memphis News. His book, I’m a Memphian, was published in 2013.