TFS Spring Newsletter 2019


The Big Payback is a community-wide, 24-hour online giving challenge hosted by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. This charitable event will help area nonprofits raise much-needed dollars and bring awareness to pressing needs in our community.

On Thursday, May 2nd, let’s show everyone just how generous Middle Tennessee residents are when we support each other. You can donate at the button below! All donations will go toward funding the TFS Kennedy Clinic - a primary care clinic for adults with an intellectual or developmental disability. Other TFS day-of fundraising efforts are: Starbucks coffee, and Krispy Kreme doughnut sales. Back by popular demand is the TFS Car Wash at our administrative office in Smyrna: 831 Seven Oaks Blvd, 37167. For a $10 donation, you can get your car hand-washed by the fabulous TFS team!

Join us outside of Bridgestone Arena at 11:00a for games, a costume contest, and an interview with News Channel 5! The Big Payback held a video contest and TFS won! If you can't join us in person, watch News Channel 5 on May 2nd at noon to see us in action!

Spring Party Fun!

Loving Touch Petting Zoo comes out every year to bring some adorable animals to experience!

A favorite Spring Party activity for many!

Almost time for the Easter Egg Hunt!

Jennifer posing in the bunny prop!

Our admin team worked hard making sure everyone had full bellies!

The start of the Easter egg hunt!

Maurice having a great time looking for eggs!

Ami, Regina and Richard are ready to get a basket full of eggs!

Jake counting the eggs he collected with Basiru!

Sonya and Rita goofing around in the kitchen!

Recently we celebrated Administrative Professionals Day! We are thankful for our dedicated AP team. Pictured here from L to R: Ralph, Michele, Hailey, Deionna, Shelly and Randi. (not pictured are Naomi and Tracy)

Nurses appreciation week is just around the corner. We work with some amazing nurses and their dedication to TFS and those we serve is remarkable! If you see a nurse, make sure to let them know how much you appreciate what they do.

This year we were nominated as a top finalist for Smyrna's Best Non-Profit at the Light Up Local awards! The event was sponsored by S.I.M.A (Smyrna Independent Merchants Association) and Locally Owned Boro and was held at the Hollingshead Aviation at Smyrna Airport. We are so proud to be making an impact in Smyrna!

We are thrilled to announce the official grand opening of the TFS Kennedy Clinic! We hope you can join us for this momentous occasion! RSVP details --->

With summer just around the corner, check out this refreshing recipe for lemon blueberry loaf cake!

Amber Rosenbaum- Medical Coordinator, Ami Gauldin- Family Teacher/Staffing Coordinator, Andrew Howard- QIDP/TFM Consultant, Basiru Konta- Family Teacher/Staffing Coordinator, Brad Bellew- Maintenance, Brittany Johnson- Director of Programs, Chandra Michon- TFM Consultant, Daniel Bellew- Maintenance, Deionna Kelly- Admin. Assistant, Elaine Palmer- RN Trainer, Hailey Hall- Human Resources Assistant, Holly Puckett- Hub Nurse, Jackie Scarlett- Service Coordinator, Joyce Gilton- Family Teacher/Staffing Coordinator, Kimberly Snipes- IMC/QA Coordinator, Lindsey Wisniewski- Hub Nurse, Michele Callahan- Office Manager, Naomi Suddarth- Human Resources Director, Randi Folger- Assistant Office Manager, Ralph Kennedy- CEO, Rita Tate- QA Auditor, Sarah Harrison- ADON, Shelly Hall- Executive Director, Sonya Burnett- Staffing Coordinator, Tracy Kennedy- Admin. Assistant, Tracy Parker-Oylinola- Family Teacher/Staffing Coordinator, Quintin Perkins- TFM Consultant, Whitney Lester- DON


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