NCB donates to Turning Point


NCB donates a check for $2,000 to the Turning Point Applied Learning Community Resource Fair, which connects social services, local agencies, and businesses to the community members they serve. The fair is made possible by funds received from NCB Corporate Giving. This grant application was submitted by Amy Roades as an AmeriCorps VISTA, through the Highland County Continuum of Care Board of Directors, and will be facilitated through the non-profit Turning Point Applied Learning Center, a valuable member of the Highland County Continuum of Care. In addition to assisting with the Community Resource Fair, funds will be used to print and bind the latest edition of the Highland County Community Resource Directory. Pictured, from left, are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, NCB assistant branch manager; Amy Roades, Highland County Continuum of Care; and LuAnn Winkle, Turning Point Applied Learning Center.


NCB donates a check for $2,000 to the Turning Point Applied Learning Community Resource Fair, which connects social services, local agencies, and businesses to the community members they serve. The fair is made possible by funds received from NCB Corporate Giving. This grant application was submitted by Amy Roades as an AmeriCorps VISTA, through the Highland County Continuum of Care Board of Directors, and will be facilitated through the non-profit Turning Point Applied Learning Center, a valuable member of the Highland County Continuum of Care. In addition to assisting with the Community Resource Fair, funds will be used to print and bind the latest edition of the Highland County Community Resource Directory. Pictured, from left, are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, NCB assistant branch manager; Amy Roades, Highland County Continuum of Care; and LuAnn Winkle, Turning Point Applied Learning Center.

NCB donates a check for $2,000 to the Turning Point Applied Learning Community Resource Fair, which connects social services, local agencies, and businesses to the community members they serve. The fair is made possible by funds received from NCB Corporate Giving. This grant application was submitted by Amy Roades as an AmeriCorps VISTA, through the Highland County Continuum of Care Board of Directors, and will be facilitated through the non-profit Turning Point Applied Learning Center, a valuable member of the Highland County Continuum of Care. In addition to assisting with the Community Resource Fair, funds will be used to print and bind the latest edition of the Highland County Community Resource Directory. Pictured, from left, are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, NCB assistant branch manager; Amy Roades, Highland County Continuum of Care; and LuAnn Winkle, Turning Point Applied Learning Center.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_NCB-pic.jpgNCB donates a check for $2,000 to the Turning Point Applied Learning Community Resource Fair, which connects social services, local agencies, and businesses to the community members they serve. The fair is made possible by funds received from NCB Corporate Giving. This grant application was submitted by Amy Roades as an AmeriCorps VISTA, through the Highland County Continuum of Care Board of Directors, and will be facilitated through the non-profit Turning Point Applied Learning Center, a valuable member of the Highland County Continuum of Care. In addition to assisting with the Community Resource Fair, funds will be used to print and bind the latest edition of the Highland County Community Resource Directory. Pictured, from left, are Rodney Donley, NCB business development officer; Jocelyn Leeth, NCB assistant branch manager; Amy Roades, Highland County Continuum of Care; and LuAnn Winkle, Turning Point Applied Learning Center.
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