Volume 22, No. 4 WiNter 2010
I just got back from the National Philanthropy
Day luncheon held at the Chattanooga
Convention Center. The Philanthropy Day lun-
cheon is my favorite event of the year because
it celebrates the spirit of giving, caring and
responding to the needs of our fellow citizens.
At the luncheon, non-profit organizations like
ours are given the opportunity to honor an
individual or business that has made signifi-
cant contributions to that organization over
the past year. There were about 18 organi-
zations that honored an individual or busi-
ness but only the Children’s Home/Chambliss
Shelter had so many honorees that they could vices that we provide to our children and their A special thanks to all our friends who
not be listed and were referred to as “special families. So, you see why it was so hard to pare continuously support the Children’s Home/
friends”. We chose to honor seven individuals our list down to seven special friends for the Chambliss Shelter. We could not care for the
and businesses, but that was our pared down Philanthropy Day luncheon! number of children we serve without your
list! The original list was many times longer While I know that we have many friends help. A big thank you in advance to all of you
than the seven honorees we invited to the out there in the community, I am really con- who have decided, or are thinking about, add-
luncheon. cerned about the impact that reduced funding ing us to the list of programs you support.
Last year we had 3,894 volunteers provide will have on our programs next year. We are However you chose to celebrate the sea-
27,725 hours of service to the Children’s Home/ obviously looking at ways to trim expenses, son, please know that we send you our best
Chambliss Shelter. Our development office but some tough decisions will most likely be wishes and heartfelt thanks for your support
raised over $500,000 to help pay for the ser- made. of children and families in our community.
tVA NucleAr – our pArtNer iN educAtioN
CH/CS Holiday Cards
D ue to printing error, we have an abundance
of holiday cards for you to use this season!
We are offering them to you in two different
1. Let us send them for you! Simply send in a
donation and provide us with a list of names
and addresses, and we will send cards to your
family and friends. The card will wish them
either “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas”
(please specify) and can be given in lieu of a gift
or in their honor.
2. Take home a pack of cards! We will bundle
the cards in packs of 25 for $10 for you to take
home and send at your leisure. You can choose
between either the “Happy Holidays” or “Merry To make CH/CS a part of your holiday, please contact Katie Harbison (468-1122,
Christmas” version. firstname.lastname@example.org) or meredith rivers (468-1130, email@example.com).
We can usually get your cards in the mail within two days!
How You When you lay in your bed and pull up
the comforter, and your head hits that soft
again he kept telling me I was ugly and fat, and
that no one would ever love me. No child should
pillow, what is the first thing that comes to hear that; no one should ever hear that anyways.
mind? After a while I just basically grew up hating myself.
For me that is a tough question. It seems I hung out with trouble makers, and I just didn’t
Difference like there is a NASCAR race of thoughts going on in
there. I remember times when I didn’t know where I
was going to sleep each night, and I couldn’t count
care. My middle sister starting doing drugs and only
God knows what else, and my youngest sister was
so brainwashed, uneducated and just too exhausted
on my fingers and toes how many times my sisters to do anything. At one point I actually moved out to
The following account is
and I went without a meal. Raised by addictive live with a friend just because I couldn’t deal with
written by “Christy”, a young
parents puts a toll on your life (when I say addictive, everything.
woman who has lived in one of
I mean almost anything you can be addicted to, The day we got brought into custody I was so
our foster homes for the last 18 they were). Most nights our mother would leave me mad. I hated everything and everyone. It’s crazy
months. After working with and to watch my younger siblings and by that time my but it was like everything I knew was gone. So after
growing to love Christy, the foster father was way out of the picture. The space he left, about a week of crying myself to sleep, it hit me.
family has committed to be her she tried to fill with way too many others. Mine and my sisters’ lives are going to be so much
forever family. Her adoption was I have seen crazy unheard of things; on the better. I no longer worry about where to sleep, or
recently finalized, and she is now top of my list are the ones I think are most wild: I when my next meal will be. My biggest worry is
in cosmetology school, working have seen someone jump out of a moving car while if I will get the next hair cut right at school. Every
on a degree. She volunteered drunk, a glass beer bottle smashed over someone’s meal is a blessing to me and just every day things
to share her life changing head, and endless fights that only stop when it like showers are miracles to us. Be thankful for
experience with you: seems like someone is going to bleed to death. I have everything you have. There are people out there
seen my little sister cry more than anyone should in that wouldn’t take it for granted.
a lifetime. When my father started to come back
News from The
T he Thrift Store celebrated four years of business at its annual
yard sale and anniversary celebration. Held in October, the event
was lucky to have the help of many great volunteers from Virginia
college. They helped with the “fill-a-bag” sale in the parking lot
and worked inside the Coke wagon to hand out drinks and cake. Mr.
Phil, of course, was on hand to grill over 200 hot dogs and talk to An assortment of trees, ornaments, and holiday toys is displayed for customers at
customers. The store had sales of over $2,000 for the day! Thank you The Thrift Store
to all of our donors, shoppers, volunteers, manager cheryl Hooks,
and the hard working staff at the store
The Thrift Store is all decorated and ready for the holidays.
Come visit us at 3723 Brainerd Road if you are in need of a Christmas
tree, holiday decorations, or some additional furniture to seat your
holiday guests. The inventory
will move quickly, so come shop
soon, or consider donating your
leftover decorations to keep
our Christmas section full!
And, don’t forget that we Christmas sweaters and
have a truck that can pick up sweatshirts add to the holiday
atmosphere at the store
large items from your house.
Please call the store at 698-
3730 to schedule a pick up! Mr. Phil responded to
the demand and began
grilling at 9 am and didn’t
finish until after 6 pm!
Volunteers from Virginia College were
on hand to man the Coke wagon.
Bi-lo G ive a child one of life’s most basic needs—a
home! The Children’s Home-Chambliss Shelter
donation serves youth in foster care by providing residential
services and safe, loving foster homes. We offer
Bi-lo district director wonderful support for foster parents. All trainings
daryl massey presents and background checks are provided at no cost to you.
a $5,000 check to Director You CAN make a difference that lasts a lifetime.
of Development Katie Begin the process to become approved as a foster
Harbison. We are extremely parent today! For more information, contact Tracy
grateful to BI-LO for their Bryant at (423) 693-2580 or visit our website at
generous support over the www.ch-cs.org.
years, to CH/CS and the many
other non-profits in the city!
Unum’s United Way
M any thanks to Beth Hughes and her wonderful
department at Unum for featuring CH/CS on their
hole in the “Unum Open”. The putt-putt course was made
as a fundraiser for their company’s United Way campaign.
We just love how they created our new tree out of paper
mache and Styrofoam! What talent! Pictured left to right
are: Betty morris, paulette lemaire, lady Jackson and
Help us decorate our christmas tree!
A very generous friend of CH/CS has spent his time hand
painting dozens of Christmas ornaments. They are glass balls
with winter scenes, angels, reindeer, and other holiday symbols.
The Christmas trees inside of the Children’s Home really need
some more ornaments, and the donor of the ornaments would
like them to be used to raise money. This is where you can help
out! Send us a donation in the enclosed envelope of $100 or more,
and we will put your name (or the name of a person in whose
honor or memory the gift is made) on an ornament and hang it on
our tree. Come by and see your name hanging in our hallway or
just know that your gift will be used to make the holidays brighter
for our little ones!
O ne hundred and fifty running teams took part in the inaugural
Ragnar Relay event in Chattanooga on November 5th. This 12
person relay started in Coolidge Park on Friday and ended in Nashville
on Saturday, running through the night. One of these teams chose
to run for the benefit of our children, and was able to donate over
$1,300 to CH/CS! Not only did they spend the months and weeks
leading up to event training, but they also spent that time asking for
donations to help at-risk children. With one of their members injured,
they completed the race with only 11 runners in 32 hours! Great job!
Team “Running 4 a Reason” at the starting line early in the morning. Runners from left
Thank you, Team “Running 4 a Reason”! We are honored you chose us to right are: Whitney Creekmore, Michelle Werner, Annie O’Steen, Terry Brown,
Emily Fernandes, Angel Talwar, & Heather Lam (front) and Brandon Park, Tinh Lam,
and proud of your impressive 195 mile journey… on foot! Justin Kilgore, & Amy Park (back). Injured team member Ryan Morgan not pictured.
T I O G A G O L F TO U R N A M e N T
B R e A k S I T S OW N R e CO R D
N ow in its eleventh year, the tioga pipe Supply golf outing, broke its
own record for both gross and net proceeds at its October golf event.
The employees of Tioga and the golfers were amazed to hear that they had
grossed over $20,000! Both the extended early Childhood education and
Child Care Program at the Children’s Home and the Residential Program at
the Chambliss Shelter will benefit from the $18,000 donation produced by
this event. We are so grateful for our friends at Tioga Pipe Supply for all of
their hard work on this event, year after year.
Don Carver, Dick Clayden, Ken Rowley, and Ken Kelly
Don Gregory, David Carver, Karen Guzman, and Rick Lyons
Rob Tidy wins
contest by sinking (back row) Walt Pierce, Jeff Shaw, and Jim Craig with Mallory
this long putt! Slaughter and Lauren Lawson (front)
Bill Blackwell, Jim Sites, Mike Hassell, and Chuck Ballard
Craig Stiffler, Gary Hughes, Kelly Maeda, and Bryan Campbell
William Hughes, Mike Mixon, Bob Cahill, and Jay Hanket
TVA Nuclear employees Organize Golf Tournament
F or the 14th year in a row, TVA Nuclear employees spent countless hours outside TVA volunteer Phillip Harris
spends a free minute teaching
of their normal work week to organize a golf tournament for the benefit of the little Aiydan Hertle how to putt
Children’s Home/Chambliss Shelter. Held over two days, the event hosted a full field Chief Nuclear Officer Preston
Swafford, pictured here with
of golfers first at Council Fire and again at Windstone Golf Club to support the event. CH/CS students, is so wonderful
Many, many people at TVA made this a successful event, and we are tremendously to support this event with his
time, energy, and staff.
grateful. Because we are TVA Nuclear’s Partner-in-education, we are able to provide
additional training for our teachers, keep our classrooms stocked with toys and
educational aides, and provide a safe, loving environment for hundreds of children
every day. We say it all the time, but we can’t say it enough- “Thank you, TVA Nuclear!”
Bob Steffy, Glenn McCullough,
Jake Westhoven, and Andy Cook
Some of the wonderful TVA volunteers who make it all happen: (front row) Linda Tonya (with
Gavin), Myra Fuller (with Aiydan), P. Gail Smith and (back row) Elaine Steele, Jeanine May,
Emily Brooks, Kay Whittenburg, Gwen Barnes, Gene Hill, Ginger Holland, and Alice Pollard.
Blake Geoghagen, Tom Kilgore, Tim Curran, and TVA COO Bill McCollum smiles with Gavin and Aiydan Dan Pratt, Juhani Karhatsu, and
Barry Weiss before heading out for a round of golf at Council Fire. Duane Olcsvary
the Annual Wine Walk on the North Shore of Chattanooga will be
held on Sunday December 12th and will benefit Children’s Home/Chambliss Shelter! We are excited to be involved
with the event this year and hope that you will make plans to take part. The walk will begin at 5 pm and you will
sample food and wine at four different area restaurants. This fun evening is only $60, and $25 of that will be given
directly back to us! Reservations and payment must be made by Friday, December 10th. Please call 267-4305 or
visit Riverside Wine & Spirits to get your name on the list!
H A l lo W e e N t r e At S
O ur children not only received treats of candy for Halloween, but were also treated to a field trip to TVA and a play by Bright School First Graders!
It was a busy day at CH/CS, full of children (and some adults) in cute costumes, the loading and unloading of buses, and small “trick or treat”s
heard all over. The four-year-olds traveled to TVA and walked around the third floor of the Lookout Place building packed with more than 150 TVA
employees. After gathering an enormous amount of candy, the children were given a pizza party, served by our wonderful TVA hostesses. At the
same time, our three-year-olds watched three Bright School classes perform “It’s a Jungle Out There”, a play about the importance of good friends.
The Bright School students came in adorable animal costumes to entertain our little ones with their stories and songs. Later in the day, the younger
children were able to trick or treat around the CH/CS campus to partake in the not-so-spooky fun! It was a fun, full day, and we thank all of those
who helped make it so special for our children!
as a special
treat for CH/
Myra Fuller and Linda Tonya are reunited with their
friends from the TVA golf tournament, Aiydan and Gavin!
a bag full
Little ones, Mario Benford and Makayla Hambrick, came over to
the administrative building to trick or treat in their Bye Bye Buggy!
TVA volunteer Carolyn Creek made friends
with Aubrey Daniels and Javon Inman
during the Halloween field trip.
Some excited little girls heading to a TVA pizza party- Gelis Green, Monkeys, elephants, hyenas, and zebras were just some of the adorable
Grace Davis, and Kendall Farrior animals represented in “It’s a Jungle Out There” 7
Financial Donations This list of financial contributions is from August 18 through November 9, 2010. If we have omitted
your name, please accept our apologies and let us know so that we may correct our records and acknowledge you in our Spring newsletter.
Thanks to each of you for helping us continue our mission of working with our community’s families and children.
FounDers Betty & Donald E. Baker Catharine & Franklin Daniels rosemary Littleton
Commissioner John Allen Brooks Carolyn B. Ballard Dr. & Mrs. John T. Evans Mary & John Littleton
The Maclellan Family Foundation Christie & Brice Burbank Fairyland Duplicate Bridge Club
Tonya Cammon & Friends Mary Ferguson MeMoriALs
sPonsors Talley & Daniel Carroll Paul W. Fitzgerald Callie bishop
Mr. & Mrs. Lee Anderson Myra & Ted Cash Katie C. Harbison Norma & Warren Clark
Chattanooga Civitan Club Thomas O. Duff, Jr. Linda & Paul Jacobs sylvia Carter
Chattanooga Cotton Ball Association Mr. & Mrs. William G. Freels Beatrice & Don Kelley Anne & Bill Thomasson
Mr. & Mrs. Gary O. Giles Ginger & Michael Holland Lola & Fletcher Kibler Trust bernie Cohen
Phillips-Van Heusen Foundation, Inc. IBEW – Local Union 175 Jane & Lowry Kline Gloria Miller
Jean B. Tipton Wanda & Lloyd Lacy Jacquelin J. Leffers Liz Hodes
Mary & John Littleton Catherine & Matt Martin Gloria Miller
PAtrons Selma Cash Paty Ruth & Fred Obear Greg Holland
Brock Insurance Agency Dr. & Mrs. Richard R. Pesce Jean & Joel Richardson Carrie & Roger Holland
Chattanooga State Paralegal Association Samantha S. Stott Jeree B. Skeen Kerry Holland
Carrie & Roger Holland Walmart Margaret W. Smith Ginger & Michael Holland
Hudson Construction Company Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Young, III Susan & Taylor Stein Don Kelley
J. Smith Lanier Dr. & Mrs. Nat Swann Gloria Miller & David Bowman
Frances & W. Thorpe McKenzie Donors Peter I. Thomas Mary Jo Lavecchia
Modular Industrial Computers, Inc. Arch Chemicals Anne & Bill Thomasson Marie-Helen & Walter M. Boehm
Robinson Real Estate, Inc. Bi-Lo Boosters Barbara & William L. Walton Julia B. Brandao
UBS Marie-Helen & Walter M. Boehm Tonya Cammon & Friends
Alexis & Barry Bogo FrienDs Mary Ferguson
suPPorters Brainerd Lions Club Bertha & Frank Alford Beatrice & Don Kelley
Bank of America Julia B. Brandao Linda & Bob Farnsworth Margaret W. Smith
Angie & Pat Conroy Karen & John Brock Kelly & Mario Lopez Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Young, III
Kathy & Tom Greenholtz Ellen & Doug Bullard Alice & Allen McCallie Dr. stewart Lawwill, Jr.
Andrea & Creech Hardee Melissa Campbell & Ransom Ingrid M. Peter Carolyn B. Ballard
Nancy & Jim Hudson Daniel L. Chandler Janet Pruett rosemary Littleton
Dr. & Mrs. N. R. Nichols, III Arch Chemicals Hillary & Ross Schram Mary & John Littleton
Scenic City Optimist Club Christ Unity Church Mike St. Charles Mrs. William spears
Norma & Warren Clark Dr. & Mrs. N. R. Nichols, III
Contributors Darleen & Donald Conley HonorAriuMs
Suzanne Bailey Malcolm A. Cross Dr. David r. barnes
Melissa Campbell & Ransom
Volunteers, Donations & Happenings! Our thanks to each one of you for your help in making CH/CS the best place for
children in our community! This list acknowledges those who donated time, talents, and services from August 17 - October 28, 2010. Thank You.
Alhambra Shrine Temple - Jacob Warren Friendly Auto Notre Dame - Elizabeth Hernandez
Animal Clinic East Chattanoga First SDA Church Girl Scout Council - Rikorah Ballard - Nursing Students
Chris Barthlett Chattanooga Flying Disc Club Girls Preparatory School Orchard Knob Baptist Church - Pediatric Nursing Students
Tammy Baumgardner Chattanooga Housing Authority Key Club Debbie Paniucki Summit View
Bethel Bible Village Chattanooga School for the Arts Karen Givens & Maya Katie Paniucki Teen Challenge
BCBST & Sciences Frank Goodwin Carol Phillips TVA
Bright School - Darrion Mason Heritage High School Pizza Hut Anne & Bill Thomasson
Blair Brannan Child Evangelism Fellowship - Dance Team Michael Pullen University Surgical Associates
BCBST - Brenda Dallas - Spanish Students Revival Worship Center UTC
Chattanooga Association of - Joan Lindsey The Honors Course, Inc. Ridgeland High School - Athletics Department
Mothers of Multiples Collegedale Adventist Heather Jackson - Jakarah Austin - Alex Craw
Chattanooga Christian Schools Middle School Shirley James Rock-Tenn Co. - Mortarboard Honor Society
- Macaulay Akin Cross Carriers Ministries Remona Johnson Jim Rogers Unum Investment Accounting/
- Emily Butcher East Hamilton High School Lakeview Ft. Oglethorpe Christy Sekenski Operations & Planning
- Alec Elsea - Kaylin Cohen High FBLA Signal Mountain High School Virtues Class
- Meagan Farquhar - Ashley Patrick Latter Day Saints Friends - Joslin T. Logan - Jennifer Hamptom
- Zach Mansell East Ridge High School - Brainerd Ward Silverdale Baptist Academy - Sondra Wilson
- Caylie Peters - Sahadut Mughal - Harrison Ward 4th Grade Wal-Mart - Eastgate
- Lexi Pierce Rebecca Elliott Lee University Soddy Daisy High School Chantelle Whitecotton
- Chelsea Sims Meghan Erwin Cooper Lehman Southern Adventist University
- Catherine Slagle Christy Finley Liz Mallen - Freshman Community And Our Many Thrift Store
- Kaylin Stewart Savannah Forester Bella Moharren Service Students Volunteers!
TVA’s Day of Caring
S eptember is a month that all of us at CH/CS look forward
to. It’s the time when several volunteer groups come
out and spend hours and hours of their free time working
on our buildings and grounds. The largest of these groups
comes from TVA on their annual Day of Caring. Bringing
more than 75 employees who worked on dozens of projects,
the TVA volunteers tackled tasks from the highly difficult
to very messy. Painting, carpentry, cleaning, pruning
trees, hauling limbs, welding, shampooing carpets pouring
concrete….you name it; they did it. And, we can’t thank
them enough for their generous spirits and friendly smiles!
TVA employees are very special friends to this agency and Brandi Duggan, Angela
Peacock, Barry Simpson,
their efforts help us to continue to enrich the lives of the Chuck McFall, Roshelle
Leath and Steve Anderson
children we serve. Thank you, TVA! worked to scrape and
re-paint an entryway into
our main building Phillip Harris
Skilled painters who worked along with Jay
in the Chambliss Shelter were Walling (not
Jessica Anthony, Beth Creel pictured)
and Claudia Garren
This group painted bookshelves in a Runabouts classroom. Pictured
left to right: Katie & Zach Downs, Brenda Drennan, Kathy York
(seated), Lilah Patterson and Tad Beaty
Bryson Roger, Tyler Fields, and Mike McCall (front) work
with Jerry Smith (on the jack hammer) and Rayburn Coln
from L.E. Myers to break up old concrete before re-pouring
TVA employees gather for a group picture during lunch time at their annual Day of Caring a new, sloped slab outside of the CH/CS administration
Goodbye, Ms. Portia!
A fter 38 years of dedicated service to CH/CS, ms. portia
lawson is retiring. She has served as a teacher in several
age groups, most recently in the Tumblers department. Ms.
Portia was hired by then new director Phil Acord in 1972
and has cared for thousands of children since that time.
Always punctual and willing to work, Portia has been a model
employee and will be greatly missed. Best wishes for a relaxing
retirement with no little hands to wash, messes to clean up, nor
diapers to change! She is pictured here with paulette (left)
and phil Acord (right).
All parents with children in the extended early childhood
education and childcare program were invited to attend the
annual open House. they were able to talk to their child’s
teacher, enjoy dinner, and receive training on healthy eating and
exercise for their children. it was a wonderful night of interactive
fun for parents, teachers, and children alike. pictured here are
parents conversing with their toddler’s teacher, Sheila Jackson.
TVA Women in Nuclear Donation Have an extra
T erri King-Adams
brought over a load of or old car you’re
supplies donated by the not using?
tVA Women in Nuclear
consider donating it to us! We
group and their Back-
to-School supply drive. currently have several parents
Included in this delivery in need of transportation to
was a TI-83 calculator for get to work. please call the
use by our teenagers in
development office if
the Shelter and plenty of
markers, glue, hand soap, you have any
and other essentials for questions
our younger children! at 468-1122.
National Philanthropy Day
T he National Philanthropy Day, organized by the local chapter of the Association of
Fundraising Professionals, is held to honor local philanthropists for their generous gifts
to the community. This year, we were proud to honor: John Brooks, chambliss, Bahner,
& Stophel, chattanooga tennis Foundation, chattem, Frank Fowler, tioga pipe
Supply, and tVA Nuclear. They have all made significant contributions to CH/CS, and we
owe them all many, many thanks! In addition to our honorees, the luncheon recognized four
other winners in three categories. It was great that miguel morales of carrabba’s italian
Grill was honored for his commitment to the community. Miguel has been a generous
supporter not only of CH/CS, but more than 60 other local charities. Thanks to all of you for
making Chattanooga a better place!
Board Chairman Susan
Stein (center) stands
with Warren Clark
and Peggy Wilkerson
of the Chattanooga
CTF sponsors a tennis Miguel Morales of Carrabba’s stands with his
instructor for our wife, Leslie, after accepting an award for Corporate
summer program every Philanthropist of the Year.
year, allowing the
children to experience
a new sport and learn
valuable life lessons.
and Dana Perry
were honored by
CH/CS for their
generous gifts to
Director of Development Katie Harbison with Tioga Pipe Supply
employees Mallory Slaughter and Lauren Lawson. Tioga’s golf
tournament for our benefit is a tremendous financial help.
run for cH/cS in the Scenic city Half marathon!
The Chattanooga Track Club is planning its Scenic City Half Marathon, 5k, & Charity Challenge to be held on February 26, 2011, and it’s time
to start signing up again! Runners or walkers in this race are given the option of charities to which a portion of their registration fee will be
given. Please tell all your friends to pick the Children’s Home/Chambliss Shelter! Because of some wonderful individuals who have raised
funds over and above their registration, we have been close to being the top charity every year. With your help we could do it in 2011! Come
on, register and raise funds to support our agency! Visit www.sceniccityhalfmarathon.com to register or for more information.
Holiday • Fat Ticonderoga pencils, with
and without erasers
For the chambliss Shelter
(ages 6-18 years old):
Wish • Rolls of clear contact paper
• Plastic cookie cutters
• Sleep pants & shirts, men’s M, L, XL
• Boxer shorts, men’s M/L
List • Snap & Lock beads
(ages 6 months)
• White or black solid T-shirts, men’s M, L, XL
• White ankle socks, men’s 9-12
For the children’s Home • Bath towels & wash cloths
(ages 6 weeks to 12 years): • Play ironing board with iron • Body wash
• Riding toys for 3-5 year olds • Infant bouncy seats • Toothbrushes/toothpaste
• Digital thermometers • Magna Doodles • Shampoo/conditioner
with extra covers • Baby dolls clothing • Gain liquid laundry detergent
• Play brooms & mops • Lego Duplo Brick Boxes (large • Gifts cards to eat out, go to see a movie,
• Crayola finger paint legos for smaller children) go bowling, Goony Golf, etc…
Director of Development
kATIe C. HARBISON
Director of Volunteer Services
Director of Finance
Director of Social Services
SALLY JACkSON, ACSW
eLIzABeTH PeLTON, ACSW
President & CEO
PHILIP A. ACORD
CHATTANOOGA, TN 37411
315 GILLeSPIe ROAD
Permit No. 113 (VINe STReeT ORPHANS’ HOMe)