Topic: Youth Villages
Montgomery County, TN – On Friday, October 7th, 2016, Tennessee State Representative Joe Pitts and the Business Advisory Council for transitional students in the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System will be hosting the #InclusionWorks Employer Seminar.
Clarksville, TN – Sometimes, it’s not that you don’t care, but you are not sure how to use your concern to help.
And with Clarksville Community Partners, comprised of the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services, Omni Vision, Leap Organization, Youth Villages, Health Connect America, Oak Plains, Foster Care Association, Regional Intervention Program, Camelot, Cumberland Hall, Autism Awareness Association, Mental Health Co-op, and Oak Plains Academy, over 100 concerned citizens came out to the recent National Foster Care Awareness event to learn how to care for Montgomery County’s 250 children in need of foster families.
Community Rallies Together to Bring Awareness to Foster Care at Sixth Annual Foster Care Awareness Family Day
Clarksville, TN – The sixth annual Foster Care Awareness Family Day celebration was recently held at the LEAP plaza. Despite inclement weather about 450 members of the Clarksville Community gathered together to learn about foster care and learning what it takes to become a foster parent.
Hosted by the Department of Children Services, Centerstone, Health Connect, Clarksville Family Therapy, OmiVisions, Youth Villages, Mental Health Cooperative, and the LEAP Organization, the goal of this event was to create greater awareness of children in need who remain in state custody and want to become members of foster families.
Cunningham, TN – We are pleased to announce the newest, most exciting attraction to come to the Clarksville area.
Clarksville Zombie Hunters is a haunted hayride styled attraction opening September 25th – November 2nd, 2014, every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night at dark.
Patrons ride on a trailer through the zombie infested woods and hunt down the walking dead with turret-mounted paintball guns.
Clarksville, TN – May 17th marked the 5th Annual Foster Care Awareness Family Day Celebration. Over 450 members of the Clarksville Community gathered together to learn about becoming a foster parent at the LEAP Plaza.
Of those that attended there were a total of 9 that signed up to become foster parents.
Brentwood, TN – For the past 37 years, Crye-Leike Realtors have been proud to assist home buyers and sellers with all of their real estate needs while also taking some time to give back to the communities they serve.
Each year, Crye-Leike holds a fundraising campaign for United Way.
Crye-Leike’s Middle Tennessee agents have been Backpack Heroes for 13 consecutive years
Nashville, TN – Children in the care of Youth Villages throughout Middle Tennessee will be going back to school in style thanks to Crye-Leike Realtors across the mid-state.
For the 13th consecutive year, agents and staff from the company’s Middle Tennessee offices went back to school shopping to help prepare children in need for the new school year.
Crye-Leike Agents Donate More Than 200 Stocked Backpacks To Youth Villages
“This has been a wonderful tradition for us and we love it,” said Kristin Pendergraft, Crye-Leike Spring Hill Managing Broker. “While the real estate market has slowed down, our agents have not when it comes to shopping for new school supplies for these children.”
Now in its 10th consecutive year, Crye-Leike is part of the Youth Villages ‘Backpack Heroes Campaign’ – to help ensure that the emotionally and behaviorally challenged kids in the agency’s care get the same start to school as every other child. Everything that’s donated goes to help local children in the Middle Tennessee area.
The 2009 Backpack Heroes Campaign For Youth Villages Hopes To Provide An Estimated 300 Fully Stocked Backpacks By Wednesday, August 5, 2009
BRENTWOOD, TN – Crye-Leike, REALTORS agents are joining in the back to school shopping season – purchasing new backpacks and school supplies for the children in the care of Youth Villages.
It’s the 9th consecutive year Crye-Leike has joined in the agency’s Backpack Heroes campaign – to help see to it that these emotionally and behaviorally challenged children enjoy the same start to school as every other child. Everything that is collected will go to help local children in the Middle Tennessee area.
“Over 90% of these children live well below the poverty line and most cannot afford a backpack or school supplies for the upcoming school year,” said Harold Crye, Crye-Leike, REALTORS Cofounder and CEO. “This year Crye-Leike is again partnering with Youth Villages by collecting donations which will help provide these items to hundreds of children who have very little or nothing at all.”
Draughons Junior College in Clarksville hosted their annual career fair on June 5th. The event brings local agencies and employers together with hundreds of people who are actively seeking employment.
Some like Barbara Lucas had been looking for work (in the legal field) for over 6 months. She is currently considering returning to school. Jonathan Ligon said he was laid off 5 months ago, since then he has been unsuccessfully looking for work as a welder. Beverly Cossingham unemployed for five months, is looking for an administrative or clerical positions. However, Katie Nolan probably summed it up best. “I am looking for anything at this point, anything”, she said.
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