Hey NKBPA, this is one of our favorite meetings, so mark your calendar now for the 2nd Friday of the month at 7:45 am at Fulton High.
The next NKBPA meeting on Veterans Day, November 11th will be an auction to raise funds for Fulton’s Secret Santa program. The program gives Christmas to kids who otherwise don’t have anything for Christmas. If you have items to donate for the auction please email email@example.com. If you don’t have any items to auction, please come to the meeting with $$$$$$.
If you can’t attend, please make a donation. Donations can be made by mailing a check to NKBPA Attn: Secret Santa, PO BOX 27479, Knoxville, TN 37927-7479 or by making your donation by selecting the donation option here as you would register for a ticket.
PLEASE REGISTER so we know how much coffee and breakfast to have on hand. You can register here
We are also taking recommendations and nominations for the 2023 board that will be voted on in December. If you would like to be active on our board or know someone who would be great please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mayor Indya Kincannon introduced Paul Noel as Knoxville’s Chief of Police. Noel is a 25 year-plus police veteran and served as Deputy Superintendent of the New Orleans Police Department. Mayor Kincannon said, “Paul is passionate about serving and believes transparency, accountability, and accessibility are key to being an effective leader.
“He is also a nationally recognized advocate for preventing mistakes and misconduct by police officers and I look forward to him bringing his experience and expertise to our city.”
Mayor Kincannon and Chief Noel will be at our October 14th meeting. Come learn more.
If you would like to sponsor a breakfast email Ethan Kirk email@example.com.
When: October 14th
Time: Networking and breakfast 7:45 am, meeting begins at 8, adjourns at 9 am
This month we will meet at Lynn and Perry Beal’s Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast (5267 Fountainhead Lane, Knoxville, TN 37918) to hear from Senator Becky Duncan Massey.
About this event
Join us to hear from Senator Becky Duncan Massey. Becky is a native of Knoxville, she grew up in the Holston Hills area. Serving the this community and the state is a family legacy. Becky is also a business woman she was the executive director of Sertoma Center for 25 years, Dogwood Festival Events Director, American Savings and Loan Vice President and Walters State Community College Adjunct Professor. She also has served on numerous community boards.