Join us for our March 10th meeting at the Emerald Youth gym at 1718 N. Central St. Our breakfast sponsor this month is Broadway Carpets.
Our speaker will be Stacey Payne. Payne retired from a career in law enforcement in 2019. She and her husband, who also retired from a career in law enforcement, made the move to Tennessee to join their youngest son. Payne’s son is currently a sergeant at a local agency and represents the 4th generation of law enforcement officers in their family. She also has two nephews who are sergeants in the area. Payne’s retirement was short-lived and she found she couldn’t sit at home any longer and joined the Knoxville Police Department. Her first position was in their Planning & Grants unit, and then she helped form East Tennessee Valley Crime Stoppers.
East Tennessee Valley Crime Stoppers is comprised of active and dedicated community representatives. They provide a method for law enforcement to receive information on crimes and for community members to share information on criminal activity, and the location of fugitives in an anonymous manner and receive cash rewards for tips leading to an arrest. These efforts increase tips, which in turn increase arrests in our community thereby making our communities a safer place to live, work and visit.
We hope to see you at this informative meeting. Please register to attend as space is limited and we need an accurate headcount for breakfast. Don’t forget to thank Broadway Carpets!
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.
Join us at our monthly membership meeting to learn more about the work of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Tennessee Valley. Our Speaker will be president and CEO of the club, Bart McFadden. McFadden has a long history of service to youth through Boys & Girls Clubs and other organizations and is a club alumnus, having attended Boys & Girls Clubs in Johnson City, Tennessee, as a child. He holds Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees in sports management from East Tennessee State University.
When: April 8th
Time: Networking and breakfast 7:45 am, meeting begins at 8, adjourns at 9 am