Welcome to the
"3rd Annual Great Brown County Shootout"
Benefit Fundraiser Summer Concert Series
The first ever of its kind here in Brown County Indiana was born 3 years ago.  We can't wait for you to join in on a fun filled weekend with us........ Something for everyone including: arts and craft event at the Salt Creek Inn, golf scramble at the Salt Creek Golf Retreat, Benefit Ride and Concert at Mikes Dance Barn....
The historic and rustic hills of Brown County covers 320 square miles, 16 miles east to west, 20 miles north to south and is home to 15,242 residents. The Brown County State Park is the largest state park in Indiana and attracts over two million visitors from around the world annually. Brown County has the highest concentration of forested land of any of Indiana's 92 counties with 90% coverage. Tourism is the largest industry in the county. Simple quality of life is why people choose to live in Brown County. Nashville is home to a variety of unique shops, restaurants, and overnight accommodations. The Brown County EMT Association, Nashville Police Department Reserve Officers along with Fruitdale VFD, Hamblen VFD, Van Buren VFD and Brown County VFD all together have played an important part in preserving and protecting the historical heritage of Brown County, Indiana.

The volunteer emergency responders respond to some unique calls due to our remote and rugged terrain. They rely heavily on their protective gear, and specialized equipment in order to preserve life and property, while receiving limited financial support.
The "Great Brown County Shootout" was the first fundraiser established to provide funds to  volunteer emergency departments as a whole. We look forward to seeing you on September 12th 2015.
812-988-7808 or email
P.O. Box 546, Nashville Indiana 47448
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Dont Call Me A Hero by Jeff Batson
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