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Altra Federal Credit Union donates $100,000 to help Community Members in need during Altra Gives Back Day

 

Altra Employees given the day for Wellness

Altra Federal Credit UnionClarksville, TN – For the past two years on the second Tuesday in October, Altra Federal Credit Union employees have spent their day volunteering at organizations in the communities they serve. Due to COVID-19 Coronavirus, Altra Gives Back Day 2020 will take a different form.

In advance of the previously scheduled event on October 12th, 2020 Altra is distributing $100,000 to various organizations in the core markets they serve to provide direct aid to those in need.

Altra employees: Rose Melton, Jesse Presley, Gail Fielder, Dan Schwaab, Brian Selph, Heather Cheesman. Valerie Guzman, Stephanie Knight, and Brandi Ficklin from United Way of Greater Clarksville with Leslie Chiodini from Community Action Agency and Terri Williams from Crisis 211.

Altra employees: Rose Melton, Jesse Presley, Gail Fielder, Dan Schwaab, Brian Selph, Heather Cheesman. Valerie Guzman, Stephanie Knight, and Brandi Ficklin from United Way of Greater Clarksville with Leslie Chiodini from Community Action Agency and Terri Williams from Crisis 211.

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Clarksville Association of Realtors Golf Scramble raises $11,000 for Crisis 211

 

Clarksville Association of Realtors

Clarksville Association of REALTORSClarksville, TN – The Clarksville Association of Realtors ® (CAR) raised over $11,000 for Crisis 211 during the Mark Lester Charity Golf Scramble this past October.

Crisis 211 is a 24-hour hotline that assists Clarksville-area residents that need help with food, shelter, and utilities.

Jackie Harker (center) and the Clarksville Association of Realtors Entertainment Committee presents the check to Terrie Williams (far right).

Jackie Harker (center) and the Clarksville Association of Realtors Entertainment Committee presents the check to Terrie Williams (far right).

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Crisis 211 Help Center now accepting Text Messages

 

Crisis 211Clarksville, TN – In our digital age, it is now possible to reach out for help in a crisis by texting. The Crisis 211 Center is constantly making updates in their effort to be able to get help to all persons who need it.

First, it made calling simple by shortening our phone numbers from 931.648.1000 and 931.552.INFO (4636) to just 211. And now, anyone can TEXT their needs to 931.648.1000.

Text Messages now being accepted by Crisis 211 Center.

Text Messages now being accepted by Crisis 211 Center.

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Crisis 211 to hold Big Daddy’s Car show June 27th

 

Crisis 211Clarksville, TN – Crisis 211 will hold their “Big Daddy’s” car show on June 27th, from 10:00am until 2:00pm at Daymar College, 2691 Trenton Road.

Sponsored by Clarksville Auto Sales, Daymar College and Avalar Real Estate Services, the car show will feature all types of cars from pre 1960 stock to current stock and custom.

An entry in last year's Crisis 211 Big Baddy Car show.

An entry in last year’s Crisis 211 Big Baddy Car show.

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Crisis 211 receives Donation from Daymar Institute

 

Daymar InstituteClarksville, TN – Proceeds from the recent Holiday Craft Fair sponsored by Daymar Institute were given to Crisis 211. The annual event staged on the campus of Daymar Institute on December 10th, brought vendors from all across the area to sell their wares.

Admission to the popular event was $1.00 or a donation of 2 canned goods. Over $800.00 was collected and given to the Crisis 211 to help with their on-going mission.

Angela McChesney (L) representing Daymar Institute, presents the proceeds from their Holiday Craft Fair to Chairman of the Board of Crisis 211, Pat Sawyer.  The event, held at Daymar on December 10th, brought in over $800.00 for the on-going mission of Crisis 211.

Angela McChesney (L) representing Daymar Institute, presents the proceeds from their Holiday Craft Fair to Chairman of the Board of Crisis 211, Pat Sawyer. The event, held at Daymar on December 10th, brought in over $800.00 for the on-going mission of Crisis 211.

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Daymar gives proceeds to Crisis 211

 

Daymar InstituteClarksville, TN – Daymar Institute recently held a Christmas Crafts Fair at their facility on Wilma Rudolph Blvd. and the proceeds were earmarked for Crisis 211.  More than $750.00 was given to Crisis 211.

For more information about Crisis 211, call 931-648-1000 or simply dial 211. For information about Daymar Institute, go to www.daymarinstitute.org.

Terrie Williams, (r) Executive Director of Crisis 211, accepts a bag of money totaling over $750.00 from Yasmine Carrion,  Community Relations Specialist for Daymar Institute. (Photo by Art Conn)

Terrie Williams, (r) Executive Director of Crisis 211, accepts a bag of money totaling over $750.00 from Yasmine Carrion, Community Relations Specialist for Daymar Institute. (Photo by Art Conn)

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Daymar “Playdate” a Success

 

Daymar InstituteClarksville, TN – Daymar Institute and Trane teamed up recently to introduce “Play Date Clarksville” to raise money and awareness for Crisis 211. On Saturday, November 5th, the facility at Daymar Institute was turned into a game arena. Each classroom became a different venue for games such as Chess, checkers, twister, Texas Hold’em, Trivial Pursuit, and a vast array of games we knew and loved as children.

Art Conn, left, representing Ad One Advertising and Crisis 211, accepts a bag of money collected at the Clarksville Playdate to donate to the Crisis 211, from Yasmine Carrion, right, Community Relations Specialist for Daymar Institute. The event was sponsored by Daymar Institute, Trane, Ad One Advertising and Little Caesar’s Pizza.

Art Conn accepts a bag of money collected at the Clarksville Playdate to donate to the Crisis 211, from Yasmine Carrion, Community Relations Specialist for Daymar Institute.

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