December 17, Show Notes:
Our guest is Amelia Geis-Scott, coordinator of “The Welcome Table” -Connect with them at New Providence Presbyterian Church http://www.newprovidencepres.org/welcometable -And at United First Methodist Church, Maryville http://1stchurch.org/serving-at-1st/welcome-table
Mike McGill’s Christmas Spectacular (a benefit for 2nd Harvest Food Bank) Sunday, Dec.18, 8 p.m., Location: Barley’s in the Old City. $5.00 per person. More information: www.reverbnation.com/mikemcgill or by phone: (865) 521-0092.
Here is a listing of ways we can allhelp the East Tennessee Victims of wildfires and the latest McMinn County tornado.
-The East Tennessee Foundation Neighbor to Neighbor disaster relief fund provides relief for both the victims of the wildfires and of the recent McMinn county tornado. More information: http://www.easttennesseefoundation.org/
-The Dollywood Foundation “My People Fund” is soliciting donations to give the people affected by the wildfires $1,000 per month for 6 months to help them get back on their feet. More information: https://dollywoodfoundation.org/
-To donate to the Red Cross via text, more information: http://www.redcross.org/donations/ways-to-donate/text-mail-phone#Donate-by-Mail
-TEMA: To Volunteer or to send donations, the TEMA call center is open daily from 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. at (865) 586-4483 or online at: email@example.com
-Volunteer East Tennessee: To volunteer to help sort the massive amount of donations that have been received, please go to this link to sign up for a shift online: https://www.volunteeretn.org/HOC__Volunteer_Opportunity_Details_Page?id=a0Co000000ElZ3G