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Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan Honors Catholic Charities 50th Anniversary with Proclamation

 

City of ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan yesterday recognized the contributions of Catholic Charities of Tennessee in Middle Tennessee, especially in Clarksville and Montgomery County, in a meeting with Deasree Williams, counselor in the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program, and Mark Barry, agency marketing director, during which she presented a proclamation honoring the agency’s recent 50th anniversary.

Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary.

Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary.

“Catholic Charities of Tennessee has been a tremendous member of the Clarksville community for more than 20 years through its many programs focused on strengthening families and providing hope to individuals,” said Mayor McMillan. “We are grateful that the agency is so supportive of our needs here.”

Catholic Charities of Tennessee has had an active physical presence in Clarksville since July 1990, when the Social Services department established an office in the St. Joseph Center of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church.

Subsequently, in 1995, the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program opened an office at 115 7th Street.  In January 2007, the departments consolidated their operations when both moved to 1905 Madison Street on the Immaculate Conception School campus.

More than 69,000 people throughout Middle Tennessee were served by Catholic Charities last year.  The agency’s services are available to all people in need, regardless of religious, ethnic, cultural and racial background.

To contact Catholic Charities in Clarksville, call 931.645.9793, or visit www.cctenn.org.

About Catholic Charities of Tennessee, Inc.

Catholic Charities of TennesseeCatholic Charities of Tennessee, celebrating the 50th anniversary of its July 1962 establishment, served 69,000 people living in 38 Middle Tennessee counties last year. Operating on behalf of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville and its congregants, the agency’s major areas of community involvement in addition to refugee and immigrant services include adoptions and parental support, counseling, senior services, education and job training, basic needs (including feeding, housing and clothing assistance), and advocacy, speaking on behalf of those without a voice.

Catholic Charities is a licensed child placement agency of the State of Tennessee and certified as an Adult Day Care provider. Its services are available to people of every religious, ethnic, cultural and racial background. The Tennessee Office for Refugees is a department of Catholic Charities of Tennessee.  For more information, visit www.cctenn.org.


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