Renaissance High School will host a CD release party this Saturday, May 13 and the entire Williamson County community is invited.
The event will take place from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the grounds outside Renaissance High and feature acoustic and plugged-in live music.
The CD, which was produced by Renaissance High students, is titled Foreverbright and will be available for $15 with all proceeds going to the Davis House Child Advocacy Center. A group of RNHS students will be selling handmade jewelry with those proceeds also benefiting the Davis House.
The Renaissance High PTO is hosting its annual Driven to Give fundraiser that same day, which will help fund new furniture for one of the classrooms. That fundraiser is from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Ford Lincoln of Franklin will give the PTO a $20 donation for any driver over 18 who takes a test ride. Drivers 21 and over can drive the cars. Those 18 and over can ride along.
Renaissance High School is located at 108 Everbright Avenue in Franklin.