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.
Clark honors Houston Y International director, Jeff Watkins. See my Facebook page, twitter, and Instagram WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to view the video.
When Bryd Larberg gets involved, he brings the organization with whom he’s involved, to a whole new level. His enthusiasm is contagious and success is always a part of whatever nonprofit he’s involved. Check out my Facebook page, WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD, to view the video.
Anyone wanting a good book on leadership, now is the time to purchase WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD! They are 20% off BUT if you want 5 or more, I will give you an even larger discount. Contact me personally at email@example.com. My plan is to order just one more printing so I can present two YMCA camps with the proceeds.
Catherine had such southern charm and dedication to helping others. Go to my facebook page WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD to see Clark’s video honoring this Chattanooga treasure who left this world in May. She will be inducted into the Blue Ridge YMCA Hall of Fame this fall.
Clark’s video (view on my book’s page on facebook: WORK, PLAY, PRAY HARD) honors all fundraisers and especially the late JERRY PANAS–RIP. Pictured are Houston fundraisers David Snow (retired), Kim Luganas, Nancy Rutledge (pictured with her husband) AND Nashville starts Julie Sistrunk (far right on the photo) with her development team. Jerry is pictured first—-he was the dean of fundraising. Who are your organization’s fundraisers? Take a moment to thank them—it’s a challenging job!