picture caption: l to r, Luke Bednar, Becky Fimbres, Greg Stefus and Tyler Emigh (seated)
Each year, for the last 15 years, the Nashville AES chapter and NAPRS has held the AudioMasters Benefit Golf Tournament at the Harpeth Hills Golf Club. The event benefts the Nashville Engineer Relief Fund (NERF) who’s missions is “to allow financial assistance…for individuals in our (engineering) community who, through illness and tragic circumstances, are unable to practice their profession or face other serious problems”.
The Conservatory of Recording Arts sponsored a hole again this year to support the cause. CRAS students Tyler Emigh, Luke Bednar plus CRAS employees Becky Fimbres and Greg Stefus gave out over 250 Sonoran Dogs and other goodies to golfers as they made the trip around the course on day one which hosts the live sound community. Day two does it all over again for audio engineers and sponsors.
“Its great to be a part of and help out the Nashville audio community which has given so many of our grads a great start in their careers in audio,” says CRAS Administrator Kirt Hamm. “We’ll be back again next year to do our part in supporting this great cause.”