LN works with Nacogdoches HOPE and Boys & Girls Clubs of Deep East Texas
Posted 02/25/2021
Leadership Nacogdoches works with Nacogdoches HOPE
(Helping Other People Eat)
and Boys & Girls Clubs of Deep East Texas
 
Join with LN and support these organizations that serve our community!
 
 
Dear Community Member,
 
As you all know 2020 was a year like no other; our community faced and overcame challenges we never even imagined possible. But, as our community always does, we came together to make this a year of hardships and loss also a year of growth, innovation, and change. The Leadership Nacogdoches Class of 2020–2021 has not been exempt from this tumultuous year, but has remained committed to focusing on issues affecting our community and how we can make Nacogdoches a better place for generations to come.
 
Each year the Leadership Nacogdoches class chooses a project to benefit our local community. In years past only one project has been selected by the class. But rather than just picking one project, this year’s class has decided to support two local organizations. This year’s recipients are The Boys and Girls Clubs of East Texas as well as Nacogdoches HOPE (Helping Other People Eat). Both organizations have worked hard to support our community throughout 2020 and our class wants to give something back to them.
 
Each of these organizations are requesting that our class assist them with improvements to their buildings so they can better serve community members who utilize their services. Our goal is to raise $5,550.00 to complete both projects.
 
Leadership Nacogdoches is a program of the Nacogdoches County Chamber of Commerce. All donations are appreciated, and checks should be made out to the Nacogdoches County Chamber Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Thanks for your support of the Nacogdoches community, the Nacogdoches County Chamber, and our Leadership Nacogdoches Class of 2020-2021.
 
Sincerely,
Leadership Nacogdoches Class of 2020-2021
 
Contact any LN class member listed below or call 936-560-5533 or click and email for more information about project donations and sponsorships.

 

Members of the Leadership Nacogdoches Class 2020-2021 are:

Hannah Hickman, Burke

Megan Bridges, Nikki Evans Wallace State Farm

Ryan Russell, The Fredonia Hotel and Convention Center

Darla O'Neill, McWilliams and Son Heating and A/C

Alaina Chafin, City of Nacogdoches

Dakota Marks, SERVPRO of Lufkin/ S. Nacogdoches County

Hollie Atherton, NacSpace

Erin Windham, Nacogdoches ISD

Sandy Hare, Nacogdoches Memorial Health

Haley Chapman, Nacogdoches Economic Development Corporation

Morgan McCrory, Point A Media

Rick Craig, The Daily Sentinel

Carrie Charley, Stephen F. Austin State University

John Fields, Jr., Stephen F. Austin State University

Kim Westerhaus, Etech Global Services

Autumn Finchum, UBank

Callie Collins, Commercial Bank of Texas

Gordon Reynolds, GETCAP

Casie Stegint, Southside Bank

Mark Brooks, Commercial Bank of Texas

Brad McGuire, Commercial Bank of Texas

Danielle Ferretiz, Pilgrim's

Sherri Gordon, Stephen F. Austin State University

Whitney Johnson, Hydrex Environmental

Jim Otto, Nacogdoches Memorial Health

 

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