In Lynchburg, Virginia, on Monday, February 4, Clark was the keynote speaker for the bi-annual meeting for the Y of Central Virginia. He thoroughly enjoyed his visit, meeting many of the staff. Thanks to branch exec Sharon Stiteler for making arrangements and to CEO Jay Parker for the invitation.
Clark looks forward to speaking to Chief Operating Officers of several large YMCA’s on April 2. He is happy to share tips for success that he learned during his 50 year Y career. Thanks to Bob Knestrick for the invitation.
Dot Holman is one special lady. Since 2011 she has been serving others. She started an outreach group (Ambassadors Club) at the Maddox Y in Nashville. They went to nursing homes, providing books, Bibles, food, etc. Clark says he believes Dot has donated thousands of Bibles to those in need. She would go to garage sales, estate sales, book store sales—hunting for Bibles. Most recently Dot has set up mini-libraries for the homeless at the East Nashville Co-op ministry, Matthew…
This Friday, Clark will speak in Washington, Indiana, to the students of the CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities). They are outstanding young people. They have read WORK, PLAY, PARY HARD and I’m sure will have a lively discussion. Thanks, director Bill Turner, for the invitation.
On Sunday,September 9, the Tower of Voices was dedicated honoring the 40 passengers and crew members of Flt. 93 on 9/11. There are 40 chimes in the 93 foot tower. See Clark’s video on my Facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD.
HCA is 50 years old—Clark’s video gives a SHOUTOUT to founders Tommy Frist, Sr., Tommy Frist, and Jack Massey. Check out the video on Facebook, twitter, Instagram WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD. https://hcahealthcare.com/50th-anniversary/
Clark’s video this Sunday honors a fabulous Y volunteer and philanthropist, Barbara Roper, from Orlando, Florida. View the video on my facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD.