Our Community

"Remember this.  Hold on to this.  This is the only perfection there is, the perfection of helping others.  This is the only thing we can do that has any lasting meaning. . ."  -Andre Agassi

 

Hot Shots of TN is committed to using the sport of jump rope for the benefit of our local community whenever possible.  If you live or work locally and we can support your organization by performing and teaching our sport, please contact us. We often combine a demonstration performance with smaller group sessions to teach jump rope skills to participants of all ages. You'll find some examples of our past community events below.

 

Vanderbilt's Teammates for Survivors Pediatric Cancer Event: Our team was honored to perform for and jump with the most courageous kids we've met. 

Hunstville, Alabama:  Helping young elementary school students learn jump rope so they too can be super-heroes for good heart health. 

Harlem Globetrotters School Fundraiser: A memorable halftime performance in an energetic atmosphere, all for a good cause. 

Our Home:  Franklin, Tennessee

School Board Meeting, 2014

Williamson County Director of Schools, Dr. Mike Looney, earns jump rope cred with the Hot Shots. 

 

The Hot Shots begin their jump career as early as 2nd grade, thanks to resources and opportunities provided by Hunters Bend Elementary.  We are grateful for the support shown by Grassland Middle School's administration and teachers for our jumpers in grades 6-8.  Older members attend Franklin High School, who graciously invite us to perform and collaborate with us to provide space for our workshops.

Thanks, WCS, for your ongoing support!
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