2022 ANNUAL REPORT Recognizing, supporting and celebrating the qualities of the individual since 1953.
We celebrated lessening of pandemic-related restrictions by throwing a Roaring 20s party in our courtyard.
A Message from the CEO and Board President ESSENTIAL. That word has been used a lot in the last couple years. In fact, Merriam-Webster online ranks it in the top 1% of looked-up words on its site.
But the word itself first appeared in the English language in print in the 14th century as an adjective, meaning necessary, fundamental, indispensable. 1 It’s derived from the Latin “essentia essentia, ‘being, essence,’ ” with the root es es- meaning “to be.” The question about what is ESSENTIAL didn’t just crop up as we tried to figure out how best to keep things moving in the face of a worldwide pandemic. Who are ESSENTIAL workers? Which daily activities are ESSENTIAL and which ones can we put on hold? What is ESSENTIAL for learning? What happens if there is a shortage of ESSENTIAL products (got toilet paper?)? Considering what is ESSENTIAL — the essence of a thing — the nature of the thing, without which the thing would not be itself — gets at the very root of who we are as humans and what makes us so. We think about what is ESSENTIAL when we have to make choices in every aspect of our lives, whether it’s prioritizing tasks, making a grocery list, or choosing a profession. At Orange Grove, considering what is ESSENTIAL and advocating that we, and those we support, are ESSENTIAL has been . . . well . . . essential to all of our operations, programs, and services since we began this adventure in 1953.
We are grateful that this Annual Report has found its way into your hands. It means that you support us one way or another — through your monetary or in-kind gifts; your gift of volunteer service; your support as one of our employment partners; or your advocacy on our behalf through your civic, family, or professional relationships. YOU have already proven yourself to be ESSENTIAL to our mission of recognizing, supporting, and celebrating the people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in our community.
1 Essential, adj. and n. OED Online. Oxford University Press, December 2021.
It is ESSENTIAL that Together, we recognize each person has value and can be a productive member of our community when offered the right supports and resources; People with IDD have access to our community and all it has to offer; People with IDD be considered in all community conversations about increasing success rates of underserved groups; People with IDD be afforded opportunities to work, play, and pursue their dreams; People with IDD have access to high quality health and dental care, and mental health services in order to secure the best possible long term outcomes for themselves, their families, and our community; Orange Grove pour resources back into its staff to improve retention, elevate professionalism, build skills and nurture empathy necessary to support OTHERS in achieving their dreams; Orange Grove be responsive to the people we support; be good corporate citizens; be good stewards of all the resources we have; Orange Grove, via its many, many supporters and community partners, advocate for change at every level so that our community reflects the whole of its citizens. In the following pages, we will tell you our story of ESSENTIAL services and programs that work toward a whole, better, and more inclusive community. Join us. Partner with us to change lives, to redefine success, to pursue dreams, to forge a path, to build better communities. YOU are ESSENTIAL to our success.
Gary S. Napolitan
Chief Executive Officer
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A special note:
Each of the last several years, we have opened our Annual Report with not just the welcome letter from the CEO and our Board President,
but with a note to share additional insights into our day-to-day operations, including things that keep us awake at night, as well as some of the things that bring us joy and make us hopeful. It is a challenge for us to find the right balance with respect to the information we share — mostly it’s a challenge for us not to overwhelm you with too much information! Our desire is to have open and honest conversations with you — so you truly understand your critical role in the work we do in this community. The pandemic and its effects have certainly lasted much longer than we thought it would. It continues to affect just about every single aspect of our daily operations. Nevertheless, we persist. In 2022, here are, in no particular order, some things we’re thinking about, watching, celebrating, and doing:
Always, always, we assess and reassess our programs and operations to see where we can do more or better or more efficiently. Quality is ESSENTIAL to building programs, services, spaces, places, jobs, diversity, equity, and inclusion for people with IDD in Chattanooga and our greater human community.
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BINGO!!!! After a long absence in the fundraising arsenal for non-profits, the Tennessee legislature changed the law to allow nonprofit organizations to conduct bingo games as an annual gaming event. We filed our application in January 2022, were approved, and the inaugural “Bingo for the Grove” event is set to take place in August 2022. We are really excited about the energetic group of volunteers who are planning this event and have high hopes that it will be hugely successful and FUN!
As always, we invite you to join us — by giving, by volunteering, by advocating, by recruiting, by championing — in the many ways we keep pushing for more options and more opportunities for people with IDD to reach their fullest potential and achieve their dreams. Call us, email us, write to us with questions or to get involved. We’d love to hear from you!
We were experiencing a significant staff shortage even before the pandemic hit in March 2020, and the crisis has deepened since then. We know it’s not just us — searching “staffing crisis” on the web yields 63,000,000 results in 0.53 seconds. There isn’t one single factor contributing to the worsening crisis, so there is no magic bullet to solve it. Meanwhile, we look at every aspect of operations to find and implement ways to better care for staff, including revamping and streamlining the hiring and onboarding processes; offering sign-on, retention, and recruitment
We are THRILLED about our first group home in Georgia! The house will be home to three people who have been eagerly awaiting the launch of residential services in Georgia. We are very excited to meet this ESSENTIAL need for our Georgia neighbors. This is just the beginning, and we look forward to further expanding residential services for our neighbors across the border.
bonuses; investing in professional development programs for staff; starting a tuition reimbursement program for those staff committed to furthering their education; tweaking management structure to better align with job duties and descriptions; reducing staff costs for health insurance; and increasing contributions to staff retirement accounts. There is comfort in knowing we aren’t alone in the crisis and we appreciate so very much all the efforts of all stakeholders to work on solutions, but it continues to dominate our thoughts as we look for more ways to find, hire, and keep qualified staff.
As a society, we have all experienced and talked about the significant toll the pandemic has had on mental health. We worry about that, too, for people with IDD. We are working hard to address those needs with three seminal programs at Orange Grove: transitional housing, our Intensive Outpatient Program, and our Psychosocial Rehabilitation program. Read more in the pages that follow.
certain supports. Services include things like transportation for medical appointments or recreational outings, grocery shopping, or assistance in the home with self-help skills.
ADULT SERVICES Adult services at Orange Grove include employment programs, community participation day services, in-home services, personal assistance services, and residential services. All services and programs at Orange Grove have as a singular purpose the best possible outcomes for the person supported. Those best possible outcomes are dependent on the wishes, dreams, goals, wants, and needs of each person. For many, the path to greater independence and fuller participation in the community is employment. The services, programs, and tools available to move toward employment are as varied as the people. Job developers, job coaches, job supervisors, enabling technology, volunteer positions, job exploration programs are all ESSENTIAL in helping each person learn and build the skills they need to have a job they want. Community participation day services may include a mix of volunteering and recreational activities in the community. In-home services are for those people we support in residential services who have retired, or, for health or other reasons, are no longer able to participate fully in daytime community participation activities. The personal assistance program supports people who either live with aging family members, or who are able to live almost fully independently with
Orange Grove’s 62 homes across Hamilton County are staffed and equipped to meet the wide-ranging needs of each resident. Homes have different staffing models depending on the needs of the residents. Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Residential Habilitation, Supported Living, and Community Living Services (CLS) offer person-centered supports. Staff and residents quickly become family, which eased the stress and isolation of restricted activities and visits during the height of the pandemic. Georgia services continue to expand to meet demand. We first opened the Ringgold office in 2012. Now in its tenth year, we support 120 adults in various day settings, including employment, volunteering, and recreation. We are very excited that after a long search, we found just the right property to open our first group home! Opening spring of 2022, it will be home to three Georgia citizens who have been patient as we have worked together toward this milestone. We look forward to continued growth in Georgia, and hope to open another group home in the next year.
CHILDREN’S SERVICES Orange Grove works closely with Hamilton County Department of Education and the educational agencies in neighboring counties to provide free appropriate public education to children up to age 22. The school is a Category 1 school approved by the Tennessee Department of Education. All programs are customized to meet the individual needs and goals of each child, with an emphasis on increasing independence. Each child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) planned by a team of people, including parents or caregivers, whose shared goal is success for each student. Students in the program have 220 days of instruction year round, including through the summer, which helps ensure that skills are not lost after long breaks. Graduates from the program may go on to other Orange Grove programs that continue the work of building skills and supports necessary for as much independence as possible.
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The Augustus McCravey Health Care Clinic is a full-service primary health care clinic that provides patient-centered care to any adult, regardless of whether that adult has a disability, or is otherwise served through programs at Orange Grove. The medical team delivers ESSENTIAL care to their patients because they recognize that good health care is a collaboration with the patient and the patient’s caregivers and loved ones. The Orange Grove Dental Clinic is not your ordinary dental clinic. Through “desensitization,” the specially trained staff help patients feel comfortable and safe, which yields much better health outcomes. As the “gateway to the body,” oral and dental care is a critical part of maintaining and caring for overall physical health. Being able to receive dental care — to sit down, lay back, open up, and let someone else use sharp and sometimes noisy instruments in one’s mouth — is a lesson in trust and endurance, both of which are ESSENTIAL skills to learn, and which encourage success in other areas of life. A full range of Behavior Services are available at Orange Grove, including functional behavior assessments, behavior support plans, and training to implement the plans as well as monitor progress. Learning the skills necessary to deal with the slings and arrows of daily life challenges is ESSENTIAL for success in life. As people acquire new skills in controlling their responses to their environment, they gain more independence and control over their own lives, which yields greater successes in inclusive, community settings.
Mental health has been at the forefront of our collective consciousness, with new data published, seemingly daily, about the significant decline in mental health status over the course of the pandemic. In general, people with IDD are at a disproportionately high risk of developing psychiatric syndromes, and at least one study has found that almost a third of people with IDD also have a mental illness. Orange Grove has started three programs to address needs of people with dual diagnoses of IDD and a mental health disorder.
In 2019, we launched the Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for participants ages 18 and older. Through the program, participants learn how to regulate emotions and make choices that line up with their individual goals. Group sessions focus on coping skills, anxiety and depression education, stress management, communication, cognitive coping and processing, anger management, self-awareness, socialization, and problem solving. Participants learn how to control their behavior and responses to build on successes and gain greater independence.
The Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) program launched in early 2022 as a next step for participants who have successfully completed the IOP program, or for new participants who can achieve successes through a less intensive program. Participants develop more functional skills and work on maintaining mental health stability within a community setting. Functional skills include daily activities like meal prep, budgeting, and volunteering in the community. Orange Grove also opened a home to serve people with dual diagnoses, whose behaviors put them at risk for restrictive institutional settings. The home is considered transitional housing — serving people who have either come out of institutional settings or who are hoping to avoid an institutional setting, and who hope to learn the skills necessary to then move on to less restrictive, more inclusive residential settings. The need for this type of housing is significant in our community, and there is a waiting list for spots.
Orange Grove campers were thrilled to return to Camp Double G in Soddy Daisy.
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It is ESSENTIAL that Orange Grove work to fulfill its mission to recognize, support, and celebrate the qualities of the individual not just on the local level, but also national and global levels. One way
to do that is by collaborating with academic and other training institutions to offer student internships. At various times throughout the year, we may have a volunteer shadowing in the health clinic to learn more about specialty practice; UT Dental School students and Chattanooga State dental hygiene students in the dental clinic for rotations; UTC social work students in classrooms or working with behavior specialists, occupational therapy students in the classrooms doing field work; and/or first-year family practice residents from UT College of Medicine here for rotations. The experiential learning equips them for the myriad of situations they will encounter in their professional lives. Likewise, people with IDD benefit through greater access and higher quality care from professionals who are familiar with the particular needs of the population.
FAMILY SUPPORT The Family Support Program is funded by a grant through the Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (DIDD). Family Support distributes grant dollars to people who have significant disabilities and their families in 11 Tennessee counties: Bledsoe, Bradley, Grundy, Hamilton, Marion, McMinn, Meigs, Monroe, Polk, Rhea, and Sequatchie. During 2021, Family Support provided ESSENTIAL items or services like respite care, personal assistants, independent living aids, 8
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special equipment, communication devices, home/vehicle modifications, health-related needs, behavior services, and day care to 389 people. Volunteers from the various counties serve on a council that reviews requests and makes funding decisions.
ENRICHMENT SERVICES Music, art, and recreation programs at Orange Grove have found ways to continue to provide services in less-than-ideal circumstances. Music classes and lessons have been done virtually, with new classes added, like Guided Relaxation and Imagery with Music. Art has gone on the road, with some art classes now taking place at our Georgia locations. Physical recreation is still significantly impacted by the pandemic and the very slow pace of even incremental return to previous levels of activities. We continue to evaluate on a daily basis what next steps we can take to ensure programs and services are holistic and protect the health and safety of those we support.
THE MORTON J. KENT HABILITATION CENTER The “Hab Center” coordinates Orange Grove’s strategic alliances with national and international teaching, research, and advocacy organizations working to improve the lives of people with IDD in every arena. The Hab Center staff ensures that people with IDD have a representative seat at the table with rulemaking bodies, industry practice groups, health care practice and research groups, and governmental councils and advisory groups. The Hab Center also pays it forward by supervising student interns from local schools in 15+ disciplines.
BUSINESS PARTNERS The businesses and individuals listed below partnered with us during the fiscal year for recycling, volunteer opportunities, or employment of the people we support. The partnerships are mutually beneficial, providing opportunities for us and the people we support while simultaneously helping our business customers meet their objectives. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the list, but we don’t always get it right. Please let us know of any errors so that we can correct the list and our records. A.D. Engineering Services A.E.E.D. Alleia Restaurant ABM Building Maintenance American Display Fixture Aqua Dog Aquashield, Inc. Artech Design Group, Inc. Barger Elementary Big River Grill Brainerd Baptist Church Burns & McDonnell COS Business Products & Interiors Campbell and Associates Campbell and Campbell CARTA Bus and Caravan Carta Incline Catoosa County Sheriff’s Department Catoosa County Schools Cempa Chattanooga CARES Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopedics Center Med Spa Certified Lighting, Inc. / Bell Electric Chambliss, Bahner and Stophel Chattanooga Bakery Chambliss Center for Children Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce
Chattanooga First Church of the Nazarene Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport Chattanooga State Community College Chattanooga Visitors Center CHI Memorial Hospital CHI Memorial - Sodexo Chili’s Restaurant CiCi’s Pizza Cigna City of Chattanooga, Avondale Headstart City of Chattanooga, Recycling Coast 2 Coast Coffee News Coker Tire Courtyard by Marriott Covenant College CraftWorks Brewery CTI Engineers, Inc. Dairy Queen Dawson Landscaping Dunkin’ Donuts Elders Ace Hardware Erlanger Medical Center Elemi Architects Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott First Centenary United Methodist Church First Volunteer Bank
Five Star Food Services Fletcher Bright Flying Squirrel Food City Garland Corporation Georgia NW Technical College H&T Enterprises Higgins Tire and Auto Hixson Community Center Home Depot Hunter Museum of American Art I-24 Welcome Center I-75 Welcome Center Junior’s Building Materials Komatsu America Corp Knox Company Lupi’s Pizza (Broad Street) Lupi’s Pizza (Hixson) Lupi’s Pizza (Jenkins Rd) M.C. Properties I March Adams and Associates Inc. MarkCo Printing McKibbon Hotel Group Midas Muffler Shop New City Fellowship Norfolk Southern Nothing Bundt Cakes NOVO Health Services Orchard Knob Elementary P and C Construction Pantheon Capital Parker’s Auto Service ParkRidge Hospital East Parler Auto Phaltless, Inc. Playcore Professional Sign Services QEP Real Estate Partners Regional Obstetrical Consultants Remco Plaza Rescare Home Health Agency River City Industrial, Inc. Ronald McDonald Charity Roper Corporation Royal Ruritan Club
SecureAmerica See Rock City, Inc. Service Electric Company Signal Mountain Recycling Southeastern Perinatal Associates Southeast Surgical Specialists Southern Spear Ironworks, LLC SportsBarn St. Nicholas School Stuart Heights Baptist Church Suburban Manufacturing Surgery Center of Chattanooga Tallan Holdings Taziki’s TDOT, Traffic Management Center TDOT, Volkswagen Tennessee Dept. of Transportation Tennessee Valley Public Power Association The John Ankerberg Show The Lupton Company, LLC The Maclellan Foundation, Inc. The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, Aramark The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga, First Choice Top Flight TVA 3 Tier/Cerium Global/Resource 1 United Way of Greater Chattanooga Unique Fabrication U. S. Government Census Van De Wiele Vine Street Bakery Walgreens Walmart Waterhouse Public Relations Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church WTCI Public Television Corp. YMCA Zaxby’s
All in the family . . . Sometimes, working at Orange Grove spans generations. Tanya Campbell, now a house manager, started her 25+ year career in the Industrial Training Center. Tanya’s mother-in-law had worked for OG since the late 1980s, her son (Tanya’s husband) went on to become a house manager, and now, Tanya’s children both work with people with IDD. Tanya’s daughter, Bethany, is another one of Orange Grove’s house managers. Tanya believes that raising her children in a group home had a profound effect on them – for the good. “My kids learned all about unconditional love, how to be a great encourager, and that families aren’t always defined by blood ties.”
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Making it all work. There are lots of moving parts at Orange Grove, so having topnotch behind-the-scenes doers is ESSENTIAL to the smooth operation of all programs and services. The Orange Grove maintenance department is a team of 11, and includes two EPA certified technicians qualified to do HVAC work. Our maintenance team responds to and completes an average of 120 service calls a month to the homes. They cover 356,000+ square feet under roof 24/7/365. The information technology team of 3 manages roughly 500 computers, including servers, laptops, desktops, tablets; 70+ network components, including network switches and wireless access points across 5 buildings on the main campus, plus another 70+ routers for all the residences. They manage nearly 4 terabytes of data. Transportation monitors 400 drivers, employs 2 mechanics who service 165 vehicles that traveled over half a million miles in the last year.
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PERSON OF THE YEAR
“I’m 64, though I don’t look it.” James Lee Roes, or Jimmy, has been a part of the Orange Grove family for almost 50 years. He first enrolled at Orange Grove in 1973 for school services, and has participated in just about every aspect of OGC life since then. After graduating from the school program, Jimmy enrolled in one of the adult services programs and worked at the John F. Germ Recycling Center from the late 1990s to 2003, helping to sort the City of Chattanooga’s curbside recyclables. These days, Jimmy is enjoying the perks of retirement, and lives in an Orange Grovesupported home with three of his good friends. He fills his days with a variety of activities, including helping in
Orange Grove classrooms and going to music classes with Orange Grove’s full time music teacher. Jimmy enjoys spending time with his three housemates, watching movies, and working on crossword puzzles. He loves to travel and meet new people, though that has been curtailed during the pandemic. He loves sharing stories about his family. He loves counting in all forms, including writing down numbers in sequential order. Perhaps it is the love of counting that inspired two other hobbies: knitting and crocheting. Though he can’t recall when he first took up the craft, Jimmy’s attention to detail and competitive spirit fuel his biggest knitting project to date. In our 201415 Annual Report, we featured his attempt to beat the Guinness World Record for longest knitted scarf. At the time, his creation measured 89 feet long and 79 stitches wide. Since then, Jimmy has continued to add to his work. Today, the multi-colored, patchwork scarf measures over 330 feet — almost the length of a football field (360 feet)! Jimmy rightly jokes that the only person who could wear the scarf is the Statue of Liberty. The current Guinness Record for the longest knitted scarf is a whopping 14,978 feet. Undaunted, Jimmy shrugs and says, “I’ll just have to work a little harder.” Jimmy is the epitome of someone who relishes life’s simple pleasures, and has settled into a comfortable and unique routine that prioritizes hobbies, friendship, and family. Whether working with numbers, words, or stitches, Jimmy’s active and meticulous mind ensures small victories every day. ORANGE GROVE CENTER
ACTIVITY AND GAME BINS Thank you to all! We’ve all managed to make lemonade out of pandemic lemons. We’re reminded about the importance of togetherness and have tried different ways to feel connected to each other, even if separated by space. So many people responded to our call for items for activity and game bins to refresh the collections and materials in homes and classrooms! THANK YOU to all those folks who shopped our online wish list and sent 398 individual items to be put into the bins, and to these groups who brought us full bins and/or helped us sort and pack bins: A Voice for Joshua Brainerd Optimist Club Girls Preparatory School Knights of Columbus Father Patrick J. Ryan Council #610 Holy Family Council #6099 Philip Paul Breen Council #8576 Holy Spirit Council #14079 James R. Hedges Council #14521 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Council #17184 McCallie School McKee Foods 12
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DONORS We are so thankful for our friends who support us! Gifts reported below were made during the 2021 Calendar Year. We cannot do it without you. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this list, but we don’t always get it right. Please let us know of any errors so we can correct the list and our records. CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE ($20,000 and up) City of Chattanooga Ms. Trudy A. Harper United Way of Greater Chattanooga
CHAMPIONS ($10,000–$19,999) Athens Distributing Company of Chattanooga BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Community Trust Mr. and Mrs. James A. Burkart First Horizon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Foust Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gee Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKee Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Warren B. Waddell Weldon F. Osborne Foundation, Inc.
BENEFACTOR ($5,000–$9,999) Mr. and Mrs. James E. Casey, Jr. Chattanooga Civitan Children’s Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Davenport, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jason P. Davis James P. Roberts Trust Johnson, Hickey and Murchison, PC
Thank you! Knights of Columbus, Council 4572 Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith The Helpful Group, LLC Truist Foundation Mr. Howard L. Yarbrough
PATRON ($1,000–$4,999) Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Arnold Bachman Foundation Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barto BBC Foundation Benwood Foundation Inc. BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Mrs. Jane S. Bricard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Caldwell, III Mr. and Mrs. Terry Calhoun Chattanooga Area Schools Federal Credit Union Chattanooga Civitan Club Chattanooga Gas Concord‑Farragut Sertoma Club Charity Fund Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. David Dake Mrs. Joan B. Davis E. F. Brannon Furniture Dr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Feintuch Mr. and Mrs. M. Scott Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Roger Field First Horizon Bank Food City Fort Oglethorpe Dental Mr. David C. Foster Mrs. Sarah E. Gaunt Mrs. Helen Goldman Hazel M. Hutcheson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Heidel Ms. Carita Henson Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbuch Mrs. Mary M. Hupp
Dr. and Mrs. E. Bruce Hutchinson Ms. Nelwyn W. Inman Jacobs Engineering Kenco Logistics Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kennedy Mr. Gabriel Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. LaGraff Linda Carol Romans Irrevocable Living Trust Lookout Pest Control Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew R. McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. McFarland McGriff Insurance Services Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Nardo Mr. and Mrs. Bram Neil Mrs. A.B. Neil, Jr. Network for Good Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ossewaarde PCM Fire Sprinklers Peace Communications, LLC Pediatric Diagnostics Associates Mr. and Mrs. John A. Phillips, Jr. Mrs. and Mrs. William S. Probasco Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Puckett Mr. and Mrs. James Keith Riley River Associates Investments, LLC River Gallery SDI Realty Advisors See Rock City, Inc. Wesley Shankles Estate Mr. and Mrs. Scott Short Smoky’s Tobacco Cigars and Gifts Southern Champion Tray Mr. and Mrs. Michael St. Charles Tennessee American Water Company The Woolery (Texo Enterprises, Inc.) Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tolar Tower Community Bank United Heartland Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Waddell, Jr. Mr. Mike Wallace Jon G. and Becky J. Webster Dr. J. Mack and Mrs. Donna J. Worthington
LEADERSHIP ($500–$999) Anonymous (3) Abra Auto Body and Glass, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Armstrong Ms. Forrestine S. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Dr. and Mrs. Sam Currin Flegal Insurance, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Germ Honorable and Mrs. Thomas Greenholtz Mr. Gene Griffin Mr. Joseph P. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. James P. Halstead Hamilton Funeral Home Mrs. Joan Goodlet Hamner Harton Realty Henderson, Hutcherson and McCullough PLLC Illinois Tool Works Foundation (ITW) Ms. Marianne G. Justin Keefe Plumbing Company, Inc. Key’s Carpet Center Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan, PLLC M4M Restaurants, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCain McCravey Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Moorehead Mountain Memories Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Napolitan National Cooperative Bank Dr. Giang Nguyen Noon Management, LLC Mr. Allen Queen Remco Business Center, LLC Mr. and Mrs. James J. Reynolds Ms. Tera Roberts Robinson Real Estate, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. S. Michael Roe Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rouse Ms. Jasmine Shah and Mr. Shri Krishna Pathak Shaw Industries, Inc. Mr. Edward E. Slaten, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Templeton Dr. Ben L. Tyber Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Tyber UBS Community Affairs and Corporate Responsibility, Americas Ms. Janet P. Vardaman
Ms. Brenda Whitfield Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wilkerson Mr. and Mrs. John Woods
INVESTOR ($250–$499) Anonymous (5)+ Action Alarms of Chattanooga, Inc. Allied Electrical and Control Systems, Inc. Amazon.com Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D. Armstrong Ms. Marilyn Atolli Mr. and Mrs. Rusty R. Aytes Mr. and Mrs. T. Maxfield Bahner Mr. Tony J. Balinger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Barr Mr. and Mrs. Barry B. Boettner Mrs. Naomi G. Burkart Dr. Carol Bush and Dr. Aubrey M. Bush Carolina Beverage Corporation Mr. Jeff Chinery Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Christison Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Currey Mr. Franklin B. Daniels Ms. Vicki M. Dillard Mr. John N. Dorsey Mrs. Sheila Ellis ERISA Services, Inc. Mr. Bryan Ford Mr. and Mrs. Tyler S. Forrest Gap Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Scott Graham Greased Light’n Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groves Mr. David W. Hammel, Jr. Mr. Dan Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Tony R. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Hart Mrs. Glennice Hegwood Mrs. Judy Hoette Mr. Jim Petty and Ms. Heidi Hoffecker Integrated Concrete, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. King Mr. Randy King Kiwanis Club of Ooltewah‑Collegedale Knights of Columbus, Council 8576‑Philip Paul Breen Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. LaGraff
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Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lahey Ms. Helen C. Laseter Mr. and Mrs. David G. Lawman Mr. and Mrs. James Levine Mr. Stephen Markiewicz Mr. Andre Massengile MBI Companies Inc. Mr. David McArthur Ms. Myra McKenzie Ms. Anna M. McMellon Mid‑South Bus Center Mr. Brian Millican Ms. Lee A. D. Million Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Moore Mr. Charles E. Moore Mr. and Mrs. A. Gene Morris Mountain View Auto Group Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oellerich One America Mr. Mickey Parsons Ms. Patricia F. Pennington Ms. Lauren Poovey Propex Inc. Ms. Christine Rector Related Philanthropic Foundation at The Miami Foundation Mrs. Phyllis Renneisen Rick Worley & Son, Inc. Mr. Daniel A. Rineer Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scott Robertson Mr. Harry T. Robinson, III Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Schriner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Slaten Mr. Steven Smith Southside Salon Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Sparks Mr. Jerry H. Summers Mr. and Dr. Raymond H. Tedstrom Textile Management Associates Mr. Joseph W. Thatcher Mr. Richard C. Thatcher, III The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Dixie Group Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon Ms. Amanda Turcotte United Way of Greater Philadelphia and SNJ (Camden County) University of Pittsburgh Mrs. Jane H. Waddell
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Webb Dentistry Ms. Kara L. West Mr. Brendon Wilson Dr. Tennyson J. Wright
SUSTAINER ($100–$249) Anonymous (1) Mr. Charles Adams Mrs. Dorothy D. Adams Mr. Leroy C. Antrobus, Jr. Arnett, Draper and Hagood, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker Mr. John L. Baker Mr. John Barlew Ms. Cynthia R. Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Beckman Mr. and Mrs. John Behrmann Ms. Vivian Bettis Mr. Michael Borge Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Bosse Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brackett Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brick Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Brock Mr. Mark Brock Mr. and Mrs. William T. Brooks Ms. Marilyn B. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Buchanan Ms. Peggy O. Burke Ms. Jennifer Burmester Mr. and Mrs. Denny Calhoun Mr. Terry J. Cannon Mr. Michael Cardillo Ms. Mary R. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Alan Carmichael Mr. David W. Carmichael Ms. Jesse Champion Mr. Larry R. Clark Mrs. Betty Clarke Mr. James Clayborn Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Cofer Coffee News Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Cole Mrs. Mary N. Coleman Dr. and Mrs. David N. Collins Ms. Jan Combopiano Mr. Charles Crosby Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crumley Ms. Carol W. Cudahy Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman
Mr. Michael Dagnan and Ms. Susan Weeks Ms. Lara Davidson Mr. Alan Davis Mr. John T. Decosimo Mrs. Teresa J. Duncan‑Elbel Mr. William Edens Mrs. Susan S. Elder Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Bill W. Evans Dr. Sharon N. Farber Ms. Janet Fawkes Ms. Sonia Fears First Bank ‑ Ringgold Mr. Adam J. Flegel Mr. and Mrs. Mike Floyd Mr. Bobby Jack Fox Mr. Boodie M. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fox Ms. Samantha Franklin Friends of the North River Civic Center Mrs. Sylvia Gardenhire Jesse Gaylor GE Appliances Giving Campaign Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Gill Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Gooden Mrs. P. Dianne Graham Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Grohman Mr. and Mrs. Cort Haber Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hagler Ms. Mandy Hall Hamilton County Republican Women’s Club Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamons Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Haskins Mr. Konrad Heider Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow M. Henderson+ Mr. Justin C. Holland Mr. Eugene T. Hubbuch Mr. and Mrs. R. Darin Hurley Ms. Judy Jarnigan Ms. Marie Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. K. Donald Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Johnson Ms. Krystal W. Johnson Ms. Laura Johnson
Mr. Tim Jolley Ms. Betty Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Kaiser, III Ms. Margaret E. Kalaitzidis Mr. Scott Kenney Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kent Mr. and Mrs. William D. Kerr Mr. Sean‑Paul Kimball Mr. and Mrs. David E. King Ms. Jennifer Kovanis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leath Mr. Richard L. Lewis Mr. Mark J. Lichtenstein Dr. Gary Ligouri Ms. Catherine Long Ms. Judy Lowe Ms. Karin Lunsford Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr. Mr. Robert P. Main Mrs. Carol S. Mangum Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Mann, III Ms. Sharon M. Matthews Ms. Mary E. McClure Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCrary Mrs. Sue F. McCullough Mr. and Mrs. Don W. McDade Mr. Matthew McDonald Mr. John C. McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Harvey D. Medearis, IV Mr. David Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mirro Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Monds Mr. David R. Moore Mr. John Morand Mrs. Helen Tyber Morton Ms. Svetlana Mostovsky Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moy Ms. Sheri Murphy Ms. Rebel Musgrave Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nagata Mr. and Mrs. Neil Negrin Mr. John Neil Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Ms. Paula F. Owens Ms. Christine Parker Mr. James Peace Mr. Joe Pelt Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Perry Ms. Ginger Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pierce Ms. Suzanne Pilozo Mr. and Mrs. James D. Poole Mr. and Mrs. Charles Portera Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Poss Mr. Wayne Potter Ms. Mary Ann H. Potts Ms. Mary Rader Drs. Rick and Galina Rader Ms. Anne Ragland Ms. Betsy Ratcliff Mr. Jack Reitzel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rethwilm Ms. Rebecca Richardson Mr. David Riley Ms. Debbie Roddy Mrs. Amanda S. Rowe Dr. Richard H. Sadowitz Mr. Alan Sandusky Mr. Milton B. Satcher, III Ms. Debbie Schrader Ms. Sara Shapiro Honorable and Mrs. Clarence E. Shattuck Ms. Uneva Shaw Mr. Jeffrey W. Sheckley Mr. Sam Smartt Ms. Angela Smith Mr. and Mrs. David F. Smith Mr. Norman Smith Ms. Pamela Smith Ms. Reba C. Smith Mr. James W. Snodgrass Mr. and Mrs. Rickey D. Sparks Specialized Care Co., Inc Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Spencer State Street Corporation Mr. and Mrs. James Steffner, Jr. Mrs. Mary Ann K. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Strang Ms. Cheri Straussberger Mr. and Mrs. John Straussberger Ms. Sherry Wheatley Strott Ms. Kristina Sturdivant Ms. Cathy Sutton Mr. Paul M. Teague Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Thatcher The Beauty Shop The McReynolds Family Foundation, Inc.
The Patten Group Mr. and Mrs. James C. Thompson Ms. Jennifer Thorpe‑Moscon Mr. Robert J. Tramel Mr. and Mrs. Vance Travis+ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. True Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Twomey Mr. Mike Ulrey Mr. and Mrs. Chad Varga Mr. and Mrs. George Vieth Mr. Jorge Vilanova Mr. and Ms. Robert Waddell Ms. Pam Walden Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP Ms. Courtney Walsh Mr. and Mrs. John Weakley Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Webb, Jr. Mr. Daniel E. White Mr. Daniel J. White Mr. Benjamin Williamson Mr. and Mrs. James T. Winsett Dr. and Mrs. James L. Zellner
FRIEND (up to $99) Anonymous (4) Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Ackerson Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Adcock Ms. Cecilia B. Albright Mr. Roger Aldridge Mr. and Mrs. E. Wyatt Allen Ms. Joyce Allen Ms. Jo D. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ayre Mr. David Babb Mr. John L. Baker Mr. and Mrs. John W. Beard Ms. Melanie Beauclerk Ms. Vicky Beckler Lee Bentley Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Berger Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Beu Mrs. Janice M. Bigger and Mr. Thomas R. Bigger Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Bird, Jr. Alex Bivens Mr. and Mrs. H. Dick Blabon Mr. and Mrs. William W. Blackwell Ms. Ashlyn Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blazak
Casey Blossom Ms. Sena Bolton Reverend and Mrs. John H. Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman Ms. Ashley Bowery Mr. Weston Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Braam Ms. Sherry Brandt Mr. Greg Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bratton Jean Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Bridgman Ms. Paula Broadway Ms. Kathleen Brodbeck Mr. John Brotton Mr. and Mrs. Phillip W. Brown Mr. Jerry Burden Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burrow Mr. Leighton Bush Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Butler Ms. Sandra Callison Mr. and Mrs. Darrell P. Campbell Candies Creek Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. Caperton Ms. Marylu Carl Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Carter Mr. Jonathan Casey Mrs. Dorothy R. Cho Ms. Martha Cole Mrs. Gayle Coleman Mrs. Karen L. Collins Ms. Sondra Conner Mr. Justin Cooper Mrs. Milly Corn Ms. Katherine Cornell Mr. Bart Crawford Mr. Andy Cronon Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Cummings Ms. Joanne Curtis Ms. Sheri Dahrling Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Dammann Ms. Catharine B. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Stafford D. Daniels Mr. Frank Davis Mr. Chris Day Mr. and Mrs. John Deering Mr. Kenneth Delery Mr. Rodney Dillard Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinken Mr. Edward Donovan
Mr. Robert Dooley Ms. Susan Douglass Mr. Robert Dreyer Mr. and Mrs. Ladd D. Dromgold Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. DuBose Ms. Connie A. DuPre Mr. Patrick Dye Ms. Hazel Eddins Mr. Drew Eldridge Ms. Charla Ellis Ms. Linda R. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ellis Mr. Shawn Ellis Mr. Andrew Eschner Mr. Konrad Motzek and Ms. Michelle A. Fernandes Mr. Jack Findley Ms. Deedra Fine Foundation Energy Management, LLC Frontstream Truist, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George Gannaway Mr. David Gardner Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Garrett Ms. Cindy Gough Mr. Andrew Grimes Mr. Travis R. Hamby Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hamlin Mr. Daniel Harari Mr. Kyle W. Haren Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hartline Mr. Dan Hassenzahl Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hauth Mr. and Mrs. Wendell W. Hayes Ms. Nancy Hemmrich Mr. and Mrs. Ken Henry Mr. Stan Henry Mrs. Saralu Hester Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hetzler Mr. Chase Hill Ms. Marlene F. Hiltunen Mr. Blake Hixson Hixson Lions Club Mr. James Hovious Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Huffaker John and Gail Hughes Mr. Tobey J. Hulgan Mr. J. Nelson Irvine Mr. Dean C. Jackson
Mr. Rick Jiran Mr. and Mrs. William A. Jochym Mrs. Anita M. Johnson Mr. Matt Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnston Ms. Debbie H. Jones Mr. Harry Kelley Ms. Cindy Kennedy Ms. Ann Keyes Ms. Shelly Killian Mr. Harold Kirk Ms. Starr T. Klein Ms. Barbara A. Knowles Ms. Janet W. Koss Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaMar Ms. Catherine Lasich Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Lee Ms. Leslie A. Levine Mr. Zach Long Ms. Lynda Louis Ms. Mechelle Lovell Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. MacLean Ms. Kathleen E. Mahn Mr. Philip Mai Mr. and Mrs. Benny M. Malone Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Manning Ms. Lynda Maraia Mr. and Mrs. Matt Marsden Ms. Gradie E. Martin Mr. Tony J. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Masic Mr. Daryl Massey Mrs. June H. McBride Honorable John W. McClarty Mr. Scott McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGraw Mr. Thomas McNeill Mr. Carrington Montague Mrs. Joan C. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Tom P. Moseley Mr. Nolan Nerren Mr. Paul Newman Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Nixon Ms. Carolyn R. Norris Olin Corporation Ms. Linda Owen Mr. and Mrs. Rick Parker Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Patch, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel M. Peak
Ms. Billie F. Phifer Mrs. Vickie D. Phillips Mr. Dana W. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. William C. Porter Mr. Robert Porterfield Ms. Lori Purdy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Qualey Mr. David Queen Mr. Jeff Raabe Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ragsdale Mr. Gregory Reabold Reese Enterprises Ms. Janet A. Reeve Mr. Thomas S. Respess and Ms. Judith L. Serevino Ms. Pamela Revill Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rivers Ms. Skye Robinson Mr. James Rogers Mr. Ron Rosenthal Mrs. Rosalie Rowland Mr. Dick Gossett and Ms. Michelle Ruest Ms. Margaret S. Runnette Ms. Rosie A. Russell Mr. Scott Ruth Ms. Mary T. Schneider Ms. Paige Schneider Mr. Ryan Schorle Kelli Schwinn Mr. Aaron Scoggins Mr. Bryan Scott Ms. Regina Selby Mrs. Debbie Sesler Mr. and Mrs. David Simmons Laurel Sivils Mr. William C. Skaggs Mr. Charles L. Slaten, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jes Smiley Mr. Jack Smith Mr. Paul J. Smith Mr. Danny R. Spencer Mr. William Stephens Ms. Charlotte Stevenson Ms. Diane B. Stoller Mr. and Mrs. David Stuart Mrs. Carol C. Sturdivant and Mr. Lou Sturdivant Mr. and Mrs. Bill Suggs Mr. Shannon Sullivan
Dr. Karen D. Sumers Mr. Gary L. Swanson Ms. Beverly Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thompson Ms. Leslie Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Byron C. Thorpe Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon Mr. Frank Trundle Ms. Danielle J. Tucker Mr. Dallas Walker Rudy and Ann Walldorf Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wallitsch Mr. Jay Walston Mr. and Mrs. Terry C. Webb Ms. Kristen L. Weeks Ms. Marilyn Weir Mr. John West Mr. and Mrs. William F. West Mr. Joe Whatley Mr. Barry White Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Whitsitt Mr. Andrew Williams Mr. Paul Williams Ms. Patricia Scofield and Mr. Craig Williamson Ms. Leela Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John H. Woody Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B. Wrinkle Ms. Christine Yarger
Douglas Beaver Mr. and Mrs. William S. Probasco Ms. Pam Walden
Robert Davis Mrs. Joan B. Davis
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Alvarez Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith Rachel Andry Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rethwilm Francis J. Babuschak, Jr. Ms. Suzanne Pilozo Mr. and Mrs. T. Maxfield Bahner Ms. Catharine B. Daniels Ms. Carolyn R. Norris
Frederick Blackburn Ms. Forrestine S. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith Carolyn Y. T. Brown Ms. Lynda Louis Ms. Myra McKenzie Gene Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. Terry Calhoun Gordon Campbell Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman Christopher Cardillo Mr. Michael Cardillo Mr. and Mrs. David Clemons Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith Donna L. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Ayre Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Anonymous Ms. Barbara A. Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. True Mary H. Crews Ms. Vicki M. Dillard
Travis Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow M. Henderson The Hugh Arnold Family Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Arnold Charlie and Linda Johnston Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. LaGraff Mr. Richard C. Thatcher, III
Elizabeth B. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman
Jordan LaGraff Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. LaGraff
Jake Barker Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Gooden
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Longley Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman
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Sharon M. Matthews Dr. J. Mack and Mrs. Donna J. Worthington Tonya May Ms. Linda R. Ellis Sidney McCrary Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hartline
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Davenport, Jr. Ms. Trudy A. Harper Mr. Carrington Montague Mr. David Riley
James Caleb “Hicks” Baggett Ms. Sherry Brandt
Debby Swanger Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith
Logan and Francis Baker Mr. John L. Baker
Tabb Bahner Ms. Catharine B. Daniels
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Taylor Dr. and Mrs. Gary E. Meredith
Opal Barker Ms. Catherine Lasich
Dr. and Mrs. Gary Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman Pediatric Diagnostics Associates
Ben L. Tyber Mr. Alan Davis Mr. and Mrs. Neil Negrin Mr. Ron Rosenthal
Tevis Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Robert Borneman
Mr. and Mrs. George Vieth Ms. Janet A. Reeve
Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Napolitan Mr. and Mrs. E. Wyatt Allen
Mackenzie Waddell Ms. Marilyn Atolli Mr. Gene Griffin Ms. Jennifer Kovanis Mr. David McArthur Ms. Lauren Poovey Jane and Warren Waddell
Frances R. Beaver Ms. Jo D. Anderson Ms. Cynthia R. Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Bosse Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brackett Mr. Leighton Bush Mr. and Mrs. Alan Carmichael Mr. David W. Carmichael Ms. Martha Cole Ms. Susan Douglass Ms. Hazel Eddins Mrs. Sylvia Gardenhire Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kent Ms. Judy Lowe Mr. and Mrs. William S. Probasco Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Qualey Mr. Jack Reitzel Ms. Pam Walden
David and Kit McIntosh Mr. Leroy C. Antrobus, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Nardo Mr. Richard C. Thatcher, III Bram and Beth Neil Mr. John Neil Bramlett Neil Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Adcock Ms. Cindy Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCain Mr. and Mrs. Bram Neil Mrs. A.B. Neil, Jr. Mr. John Neil Mr. James W. Snodgrass Matthew Ossewaarde GE Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ossewaarde Johnnie M. Perry Mr. Boodie M. Fox
Howard L. Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cushman Kevin Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. Bill W. Evans
IN MEMORIAM Barbara E. Adams Mr. Charles Adams Mr. and Mrs. John W. Beard Mr. Tobey J. Hulgan Mrs. Sue F. McCullough Mr. and Mrs. James C. Thompson Mark Anderson Anonymous
Betty B. Beckler Ms. Vicky Beckler Ms. Sena Bolton Mr. Michael Dagnan and Ms. Susan Weeks Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaMar Mr. and Mrs. A. Gene Morris Ms. Ginger Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Charles Portera
John Strang Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Strang
Doug Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. John F. Germ Mrs. Sue F. McCullough Ms. Paula F. Owens
Douglas S. Bird Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Bird, Jr. Mr. Michael Dagnan and Ms. Susan Weeks Ms. Samantha Franklin Ms. Marie Jenkins Mr. Rick Jiran Ms. Janet W. Koss Mr. and Mrs. A. Gene Morris
Jerry H. Summers, Esq. Mr. Jerry Burden
Sherra E. Arwood Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox
Mary C. Brewer Mr. Sean-Paul Kimball
Michael Shadow Mrs. Amanda S. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Scott Short Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Scott G. Sink Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Berger
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Edmund Antrobus Mr. Leroy C. Antrobus, Jr.
Mr. Jerry H. Summers Keith Bush Dr. Carol Bush and Dr. Aubrey M. Bush Mr. John C. McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Moy Thomas A. Caldwell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Beckman Chad Campbell Mr. John N. Dorsey Dr. and Mrs. S. Michael Roe Mr. Danny R. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Spencer Ralph K. Campbell Anonymous Atheleen A. Childress Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crumley Ms. Linda R. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Wendell W. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Rick Parker Ms. Billie F. Phifer Ms. Kristina Sturdivant Douglas Chinery Mr. Jeff Chinery Mr. and Mrs. John F. Germ Noon Management, LLC Helen K. Clarke Mrs. Dorothy D. Adams Ms. Kathleen Brodbeck Ms. Carol W. Cudahy Mr. and Mrs. William D. Kerr Ms. Helen C. Laseter Ms. Lynda Maraia Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mirro Ms. Betsy Ratcliff Ms. Margaret S. Runnette Mr. and Mrs. Byron C. Thorpe Mr. and Mrs. John Woods Charles T. Conyers Ms. Danielle J. Tucker June L. Cooper Anonymous Ms. Vivian Bettis Ms. Forrestine S. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. John F. Burrow Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox
Ms. Sheri Dahrling Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Dammann Friends of the North River Civic Center Mr. and Mrs. Sammy D. Gooden Hamilton County Republican Women’s Club Hixson Lions Club Dean C. Jackson Ms. Marianne G. Justin Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Marsden Mr. David R. Moore Mrs. Joan C. Moore Mr. John Morand Mr. David Queen Robinson Real Estate, Inc. Mr. William C. Skaggs Mr. Paul J. Smith Ms. Sherry Wheatley Strott Mrs. Carol C. Sturdivant and Mr. Lou Sturdivant Ms. Brenda Whitfield Larry W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groves Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kennedy Justin L. DeFriese Ms. Lee A. D. Million Todd Dilbeck Mr. Jerry H. Summers Jenny T. Foster Mr. David C. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Gill Christopher D. Foust Ms. Cecilia B. Albright Mr. and Mrs. William W. Blackwell Mr. and Mrs. Barry B. Boettner Mr. Michael Borge Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Braam Mr. and Mrs. Phillip W. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Butler Mrs. Betty Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Cofer Ms. Jan Combopiano Mrs. Milly Corn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Cummings
Ms. Lara Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Harris Ms. Nancy Hemmrich Mr. and Mrs. R. Darin Hurley Ms. Margaret E. Kalaitzidis Mr. and Mrs. David E. King Mr. Stephen Markiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Moore Ms. Svetlana Mostovsky Ms. Patricia F. Pennington Mr. and Mrs. William C. Porter Ms. Paige Schneider State Street Corporation The McReynolds Family Foundation, Inc. Ms. Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon Mr. Jorge Vilanova Ms. Courtney Walsh Mr. and Mrs. John Weakley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Whitsitt Ms. Leela Wilson Ms. Christine Yarger Karen D. Gass Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon James M. Gauntt Reverend and Mrs. John H. Bonner Ms. Connie A. DuPre Ms. Marianne G. Justin Mrs. June H. McBride Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGraw Ms. Christine Parker Mrs. Vickie D. Phillips Mr. Daniel A. Rineer Robinson Real Estate, Inc. Ms. Uneva Shaw Mr. and Mrs. David Stuart Ms. Amanda Turcotte Ms. Kristen L. Weeks John W. Goodlet Mrs. Joan Goodlet Hamner David B. Govan Mr. and Mrs. Scott Graham Mr. Joseph W. Thatcher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Thatcher Mr. and Mrs. James L. Toon Lisa Lasley Harper Ms. Ashley Bowery
Ms. Charla Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hamilton Ms. Angela Smith The Patten Group Paul V. Harris Mrs. Sue F. McCullough Deborah J. Hilbert Linda Carol Romans Trust Donna L. Hill Ms. Mary T. Schneider Linda S. Hixson Mr. Mickey Parsons Bruce James Hoette Mrs. Judy Hoette Russell Irvin Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oellerich Donald J. Johnson Ms. Joyce Allen Ms. Melanie Beauclerk Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Beu Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blazak Mrs. Gayle Coleman Mr. and Mrs. V.R. Garrett Mr. and Mrs. James F. Hamlin Mrs. Anita M. Johnson Ms. Laura Johnson Ms. Leslie A. Levine Mr. and Mrs. Don M. Manning Ms. Mary E. McClure Ms. Mary Ann H. Potts Mr. Alan Sandusky Ms. Diane B. Stoller Mr. and Mrs. Bill Suggs Mr. Gary L. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Clay Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wallitsch Ms. Marilyn Weir Mr. and Mrs. James T. Winsett Glenna H. Johnson Anonymous Hazel M. Hutcheson Foundation Kevin Johnson Mrs. Anita M. Johnson Martha D. Kent Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Brock
Mr. Mark Brock Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. Charles Crosby Ms. Janet Fawkes Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Haskins Ms. Krystal W. Johnson Mr. Thomas McNeill Drs. Rick and Galina Rader Mr. Thomas S. Respess and Ms. Judith L. Serevino River Associates Investments, LLC Mr. Milton B. Satcher, III Mr. and Mrs. David Simmons Ms. Pamela Smith Textile Management Associates Mr. and Mrs. James C. Thompson Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis LLP
James Pickering Mr. Tony J. Balinger Candies Creek Baptist Church Ms. Sondra Conner Ms. Joanne Curtis Olin Corporation Mr. Wayne Potter Ms. Lori Purdy
Morton J. Kent Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Cole Mr. Charles Crosby
Maggie Rutledge Ms. Ashlyn Blanchard
Jacquelyn Key Mr. Jerry H. Summers George E. Kimbrough Mr. Jerry H. Summers Jeremiah Lawman Mr. and Mrs. David G. Lawman Paul R. Leitner Leitner, Williams, Dooley & Napolitan, PLLC Helen Catherine O. Mahn Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Masic William F. Mahn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Masic Margreta McAllister Smoky’s Tobacco Cigars and Gifts Emily C. McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Christison Melissa A. Moore Ms. Starr T. Klein Warren A. Oster Mr. Edward Donovan Mr. Andrew Eschner Mr. and Mrs. John F. Germ Ms. Mechelle Lovell Mr. David Miller
Jeremy W. Poole Mr. and Mrs. James D. Poole Gail Puckett Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Puckett Laura Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gibson Samuel N. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Lusk, Jr.
Carrie E. Scott Ms. Paula Broadway Ms. Jennifer Burmester Ms. Marylu Carl Mrs. Mary N. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dinken Mr. and Mrs. Cort Haber Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnston Ms. Catherine Long Ms. Rebecca Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Rickey D. Sparks Ms. Cheri Straussberger Mr. and Mrs. John Straussberger Jack M. Sink Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Berger Dr. Tennyson J. Wright Myra F. Slaten Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brick Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Bridgman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Mr. and Mrs. Ken Henry John and Gail Hughes Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ragsdale Mr. Charles L. Slaten, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jes Smiley Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Sparks Ms. Beverly Thompson Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Twomey Mr. and Mrs. William F. West
Nanette K. Slaten Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brick Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Bridgman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grant Mr. and Mrs. Ken Henry John and Gail Hughes Ms. Ann Keyes Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. MacLean Mr. and Mrs. John H. Ragsdale Ms. Debbie Schrader Mr. Charles L. Slaten, Jr. Mr. Edward E. Slaten, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Slaten Mr. and Mrs. Jes Smiley Mr. and Mrs. Rickey D. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Sparks Ms. Beverly Thompson Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Twomey Mr. and Mrs. William F. West Larry B. Snodgrass Arnett, Draper and Hagood, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Carter Ms. Jesse Champion Mr. and Mrs. Ladd D. Dromgold Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ellis Mr. Bobby Jack Fox Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hagler Ms. Cindy Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCain Mr. and Mrs. Terry C. Webb Mr. Barry White Ms. Patricia Scofield and Mr. Craig Williamson Donald T. Swafford Mr. Howard L. Yarbrough Greather J. Tinker Ms. Myra McKenzie Mr. Sam Smartt Isidore and Betty Tyber Dr. Karen D. Sumers Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Tyber Jackie J. Tyber Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Tyber Warren B. Waddell Ms. Marilyn Atolli Mr. and Mrs. Denny Calhoun Ms. Katherine Cornell Mr. Bart Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. John Deering Mrs. Teresa J. Duncan-Elbel Mr. and Mrs. Mike Floyd Ms. Cindy Gough Mr. Gene Griffin Mr. Joseph P. Griffin Mr. Dan Hansen Mr. Daniel Harari Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hauth Ms. Debbie H. Jones Ms. Jennifer Kovanis Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lahey Mr. David McArthur Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCrary Mr. Matthew McDonald Ms. Sheri Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nagata Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Nixon Ms. Linda Owen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Patch, Sr. Mr. Joe Pelt Ms. Lauren Poovey Ms. Christine Rector Mr. and Mrs. James Keith Riley Ms. Sara Shapiro Ms. Leslie Thompson Mr. and Ms. Robert Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Waddell, Jr. Landrew Webster Jon G. and Becky J. Webster Nancy B. Yarbrough Ms. Marilyn B. Brown Mr. Howard L. Yarbrough
GIVING SOCIETIES / FUNDS THOMAS A. CALDWELL, JR. The Thomas A. Caldwell, Jr. Society recognizes those donors who commit to making a monetary gift of any amount each and every year. The Society is named in honor of Tom Caldwell, who was instrumental in the formation of Orange Grove, and served faithfully and actively on its Board continuously from 1953 until his passing in 2018. Mr. Caldwell was a much revered and beloved member of the legal community in Chattanooga. Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson Mrs. Jane J. Aytes Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baird Mr. Kenneth B. Banks Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Beckman Mr. and Mrs. William T. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Clark Mr. and Mrs. M. Scott Ferguson Mrs. Helen Goldman Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Hauth Mr. Jim Petty and Mrs. Heidi Hoffecker Mrs. Mary M. Hupp Mr. and Mrs. Eugene T. Mann Ms. Sharon M. Matthews Mrs. Lucy Nealy Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Neil, III Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ossewaarde Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rouse Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Schriner Mr. Jerry H. Summers TWH Architects, Inc. Mrs. Jane H. Waddell OSAGE ROOTS SOCIETY The Osage Roots Society recognizes those donors who ensure their legacy of generosity by helping build the future at Orange Grove through their planned estate gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Anderson Mrs. Forrestine S. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. James Kenneth Blair
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Mr. James A. Burkart Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cox Mr. and Mrs. J. Dale Foust Mr. and Mrs. W. Kyle Hauth Mrs. Rita Heckrotte and Mr. Jim Roxlo Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Napolitan Mr. James P. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Rouse Mr. Wesley L. Shankles Mrs. Hazel Mae Stamper Mr. Jerry H. Summers Mr. Howard Yarbrough +OSAGE SEEDLING FUND The Osage Seedling Fund recognizes donors who add $5.00 (or more!) to their gift amount, which then is set aside in a separate fund as a “rainy day fund,” that helps offset recurrent state funding cuts.
VOLUNTEERS AND IN-KIND DONORS
This is a list of our friends who gave us in-kind gifts and their gifts of time and expertise. If we missed you, please accept our apologies and let us know so we can acknowledge your support and correct our records.
January 2021 – December 31, 2021 Total Number of Volunteers – 232 Total Hours – 2, 250 Value of Time – $62,525.93 Mr. Kyle Abernathy Mr. Raun Alley Ms. Laura Amini Ms. Sherri Anderson Ms. Rachel Andry Mr. Hal Baker Ms. Gwen Barnes Ms. Becca Barrow Mr. Will Benton BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Ms. Ginger Brasher Ms. Sharon Brooks Ms. Diana Bolen
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Mr. D. Bryant Boyd Buchanan School Ms. Rebecca Bush Mr. Travis Caldwell CBL & Associates Ms. Jamie Choate Mr. Barry Colvin Mr. Cruz Convia Mr. Billy Cooper Ms. Donnee Cox Ms. Mary Crews Mr. Rylee Daniel Ms. Julie Davis Ms. Lorane Deaton Ms. Ariya Deshaun Ms. Angie Eads Ms. Lori Emrey Ms. Rose Fan Ms. Michelle Fernandes Mr. Mark Flaherty Ms. Ashley Floyd Ms. Megan Flynn Mr. Zach Fowler Ms. Jamie Fox Ms. Monica Fuqua Ms. Sarah Gebelein Mr. Wes Hale Mr. Sydney Hamon Ms. Dy’Lana Harley-Elrod Mr. Miguel Hernandez Ms. Kristy Hill Mr. Phillip Holbrook Mr. Jonathan Horton Mr. Brandt Hudson Mr. Barry Huggins Ms. Tcquilla Hurt Mr. Chris Jackson Mr. Michael Joiner K. D. Kim Mr. Dean Krech Mr. Jonathan Kroeker Mr. Gabe Kurtz Ms. Melanie Lamb Mr. Bobby Lee Mr. Tim Lorvorn Ms. Traci McKenzie Ms. Erica Martin Mr. Jordan May Dr. Gary Meredith Mrs. Vickie Meredith
Mr. Noland Mickens Mr. Andrew Miller Mr. Scott Miller Mr. J. D. Morgan Mr. Marshall Morris Mr. Brian Morris Mr. J. Montgomery Mr. Konrad Motzek Ms. Conya Mull Mr. Beth Neil Ms. Shelby Newell Ms. Samantha Oliver Ms. Karen Overman Mr. Elijah Parsley Ms. Wendi Patterson Ms. Margaret Payne Mr. Brandon Pell Mr. Jeff Pepper Ms. Dara Petty Mr. Randy Petty Mr. Ray Pilgrim Ms. Jamie Pouncey Mr. Tony Ramby Mr. Billy Ramsey Ms. Karla Ryan Mr. Austin Rickett Mr. Austin Rider Mr. Andrew Serret Mr. Jacob Simpson Ms. Angela Sims Mr. Paul Snyder Ms. Libby Sparkman Ms. Natalie Stepanov Mr. Tim Stewart Southern Adventist University Mr. Josha Suggs Ms. Vicki Tate Ms. Brittany Thompson Ms. Shelly Thompson Mrs. Ruth Toon Ms. Amy Tipton Ms. Criscilla Tyler Mr. Andrew Twitchell Mr. Frank Wade Mr. Oliver Wang Mr. Michael Woodling Mr. William White Ms. Maria Young
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Volkswagen Management Staff
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ORANGE GROVE CENTER
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Gary S. Napolitan, JD, President Sharon Matthews, Chairman Susan Gouger Rouse, Vice President Joe Jackson, Secretary
Other Overhead Supplies Salaries & Fringes
Stephen T. Perry, Treasurer Michael A. Barto, Assistant Treasurer Thomas H. Cox, Member-at-Large John F. Germ, Member-at-Large Valoria V. Armstrong
Judy C. Hoette E. Bruce Hutchinson, PhD Daniel J. LaGraff Sandy Lusk
Other Contributions Fees Government
Andrew “Skip” J. Nardo Gregory Reabold Rosie A. Russell
Richard Sadowitz, MD S. Scott Short Jerry H. Summers, JD Ben L. Tyber, DDS
Other Overhead Supplies Salaries & Fringes Howard L. Yarbrough
Honorary Board Members: (not pictured)
T. Hicks Armor T. Maxfield Bahner, JD
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Larry Cash, JD Hugh J. Moore, Jr., JD
William R. Russell Janet Strang
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FY2020-2021 REVENUE Government Fees Contributions Other TOTAL REVENUE
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Honorable Tom Greenholtz
Tyler S. Forrest
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Bruster’s East Brainerd
1406 Jenkins Road
Chattanooga (423) 510-9993
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ADMINISTRATION Tera Roberts, Chief Executive Officer Danny Johnson, Chief Financial Officer Wayne Collins, Chief Operations Officer Shawn Ellis, Chief Residential Officer Carla Walker, Director of Human Resources Gina Selby, Director of Compliance and Training Rick Rader, MD, Director of Morton J. Kent Habilitation Center Heidi R. Hoffecker, Director of Development Robert Boehm, MD, Director of Augustus M. McCravey Health Care Clinic Bev Witt, Director of Therapy Services Scott Robertson, Director of Fiscal Services Phillip Royal, Director of Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) Jamie Sample, Director of Residential Habilitation Jim Lockwood, Director of Logistics Services Darcy Owens, Director of Adult Employment Services Mandy Hall, Director of Adult Volunteer Services Brooke Mcantire, Director of Compliance and Training Amy Jo Schamens, Director of Children’s Services Daisy Seard, Assistant Director of Human Resources Windy Brooks, Assistant Director of Development Tracy Wilkerson, Assistant Director of Nursing Beverly Rawn, Assistant Director of Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF) Felecia Wilson, Assistant Director of Residential Habilitation Renee Sharp, Assistant Director of Supported Living
Just like other businesses all across
the country, Orange Grove has experienced significant staffing shortages that have only deepened during the pandemic. Thus, returning to pre-pandemic, fully operational community
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participation service programs is slow, but steady. Orange Grove has used the time as an opportunity to take stock of all hiring, on-boarding, and training procedures. We are also making significant investments in, with,
and for staff, including wage increases, signon, retention, and recruitment bonuses, and professional development programs. Better staff yields better services, programs, and continuity of care for the people we support.
A Look Back at Our Logos Orange Grove Center, Inc. 615 Derby Street
• Chattanooga, TN 37404 • phone (423) 629-1451 • fax (423) 624-1294 • www.orangegrovecenter.org
Orange Grove Center’s mission is to recognize, support and celebrate the qualities of the individual.
Funded in part by these agencies and many private contributors.
of Greater Chattanooga of Northwest Georgia
Federal and state laws protect individuals from discrimination. Facilities, programs and services sponsored by Orange Grove Center are available to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability. Orange Grove Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
ORANGE GROVE CENTER
615 Derby Street • Chattanooga, TN 37404-1632 (423) 629-1451 Main • (423) 624-1294 Fax orangegrovecenter.org
Orange Grove seeks to be a movement, not a place; seeks to be a community, not a setting; and seeks to be a practice, not a promise. We strive to ensure that everyone enjoys a truly inclusive daily experience by having partners and a purpose in the greater community. Photography by: Dennis Wilkes Design and printing by: Emma Riley, Graphic Impressions