Boots, Brews & Barbecue on Oct. 20 to Benefit Hospice of Medina County


Kick up your heels and get ready for a casual, laid back afternoon of live country music, line dancing, beer tastings, barbecue and raffles - all benefiting HMC Hospice of Medina County, an affiliate of Hospice of the Western Reserve. Boots, Brews and BBQ presented by Sandridge Food Corporation, takes place Sunday, Oct. 20, 3 to 7 p.m., at Thirsty Cowboy, 2743 Medina Rd. Tickets are $50 per person and include a BBQ buffet, beer tasting by Saucy Brew Works and two drink tickets. Basket raffles are also planned.

All dollars raised at the event will stay in Medina benefiting local families. Tickets and information are available online at, or, or by contacting Monica Cowans at 216.383.3714.Sponsorships are also available at a variety of levels.

Live music will be provided by Medina’s own Tyler Reid. Reid and his band have performed at a variety of festivals, fairs, charity events, and honky-tonks from Ohio to Nashville. Venues include Thirsty Cowboy, Jamboree in the Hills, The Grand Ole Opry, and many of Nashville’s favorite clubs. Reid’s sound is influenced by a diverse range of artists, including Waylon Jennings, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Garth Brooks, Vince Gill and Dave Mathews.

“I hope all of our friends in the community – anyone who believes in our mission - will consider joining us. It should be a lot of fun, and of course, all of the dollars raised will stay in Medina benefiting patients and families in our hometown community,” said Michael Sandridge, Vice President, Foodservice Sales for Sandridge Foods, and a member of Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Board of Directors.

“We are excited about this community event and are deeply grateful for the tireless dedication of people like Michael Sandridge —and the greater Medina community—who make it possible for us to provide our services to patients and their families,” said Racheal Seibert, Chief Development Officer.

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