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Posted on: May 11, 2016

Family fun, sports competitions, more, at GM Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival on Sat., June 25

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The area’s largest private employer, GM Spring Hill Manufacturing, is paying forward its success by being this year’s title sponsor for a second year in a row for the Ninth Annual Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival.

The all-day event, presented by – a pro-local community and business media source – encourages the community to “Live forward, Give forward, and Pay it forward” It’s one of Spring Hill’s biggest events of the year, providing an entertaining summer ¬venue that elevates city pride and connectedness among residents, local businesses and visitors by fostering a super fun and meaningful environment to build stronger community bonds.

Nearly 10,000 people attended the 2015 festival, and this year’s event is shaping up to be bigger and better, said festival organizer Hazel Nieves. Area services specializing in healthy family lifestyle programs and solutions will be on hand to raise awareness along with the charities that will be the recipients from the proceeds of the Pay It Forward fundraiser.

Attendees of the lively festival will see booths spotlighting Spring Hill’s active lifestyle opportunities hosted by civic groups; independent businesses; the health, wellness and fitness community; local-national chains; local sports leagues; local schools; and local citizen volunteers helping to blur lines between Williamson and Maury counties in a unified effort. The City of Spring Hill, which contributes to the festival, will be represented on a grand scale through booths and equipment provided by the Spring Hill Police Department, Fire Department, Parks & Recreation, and the Spring Hill Public Library.

Activities will include fishing, football, soccer, kickball, health screenings, nutrition education and demonstrations, sports clinics, baseball, sack races, relay races, a food court, top-notch live music and entertainment, and much more.

The GM Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 25, 2016, at the Tennessee Children’s Home in Spring Hill. Admission is free with a donation of a non-perishable food item for local food pantries serving our community.

For more information about the festival, visit, or contact Festival Director Hazel Nieves at or (931) 451-7926.

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