Fahe Member Round-up Week of September 30, 2019

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Even with unseasonably hot and dry weather Fahe Member HDA’s Hope Building Program keeps building. https://www.wymt.com/content/news/Dry-and-Lifeless–561810491.html

Fahe Member KCEOC is partnering with Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program (EKCEP) to renovate the former Barbourville Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and create the Barbourville Work Ready Training Center. The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $3 million grant to KCEOC for renovations on the facility. Enrollment is expected to begin in Fall of 2020. https://www.middlesborodailynews.com/2019/10/01/southeast-to-open-new-facility-in-knox-co/

Fahe Member Knoxville Leadership Foundation is involved in a campaign about the dangers of opioids in partnership with several other organizations. The series of videos will focus on explaining the dangers of getting addicted and how it can happen within 5 days. https://www.wate.com/news/top-stories/group-launches-video-campaign-in-knoxville-area-aimed-at-fighting-opioid-crisis-in-young-people/

The Bay United Methodist Church’s “Pumpkins with a Purpose” is a fundraising event to support about 50 youth and 20 adults on a trip to Appalachia with Fahe Member Appalachian Service Project (ASP) to help make homes warmer, safer and drier. Every year groups from around the US come to volunteer with ASP to make needed repairs in our Appalachian communities. http://www.westlakebayvillageobserver.com/read/2019/10/01/pumpkins-with-purpose

Aaron Phelps

Aaron collects stories from Fahe Members and the people they help in order to present the needs of Appalachia to the public through written word and video. In his free time he nerds it up by playing RPGs, writing fantasy stories, and playing drums.
Aaron Phelps
Aaron Phelps
Aaron collects stories from Fahe Members and the people they help in order to present the needs of Appalachia to the public through written word and video. In his free time he nerds it up by playing RPGs, writing fantasy stories, and playing drums.

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