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
The first NKBPA meeting of 2019 will be on January 11 at BESCO, 1800 N Central St, Knoxville, TN 37917. President George Bove starts the new year off right for our businesses in the 37917 area.
Breakfast is sponsored by BESCO and the meeting will begin at 7:45am.
Our speaker will be the new Knox County Mayor, Glenn Jacobs. A celebrity known the world over as WWE’s Kane, Jacobs could have lived and served anywhere but chose Knoxville as home. Long before becoming mayor, Jacobs served his community by giving back and making a difference. He serves on the advisory council at East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, as well as the board of the Halls/Powell Boys and Girls Club, owns Jacobs Insurance Associates, is the local champion of the Kindness Revolution, a national anti-bullying initiative. He and his wife Crystal also founded Kane’s Crusaders, a non-profit organization with the mission of bringing joy to the chronically ill teenagers of East Tennessee. Don’t miss the first NKBPA meeting of the year and learn more about Mayor Jacobs.
Please remember it is time to renew your membership. Dues are $50 annually. People, that’s a deal. Where else can you get great networking, community involvement, and breakfast EVERY month for only $50 a year? Nowhere! Renew or join today, fill out your membership application here. Print it and mail it along with your check to NKBPA c/o MEMBERSHIP P.O. Box 27479 Knoxville, TN 37927-7479. If you prefer to pay by credit card, we will be taking credit card payments at the meeting.
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