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One hundred years from now it will not matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much money I had in my bank account, nor what my clothes looked like. But the world may be a little better because I was important in the life of a child.
- Forest E. Witcraft
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Thursday, 10 December 2009 16:39

Art Show Benefits Child Advocacy Center

Written by KeeYoung Boyd
  Participants came from across the continental United States to compete in an art show, the Clinky Classic 2, to benefit the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center. Safe Harbor is a non-profit organization serving child-victims of sexual abuse and other severe forms of abuse and neglect in Tennessee’s Fourth Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.    The event was hosted by Kristina and Paul Francis, owners of Lucas Francis Studio in Dandridge, TN on December 9 and 10. “One of our contestants drove all the way here from Nevada to attend this event”, said Paul. “The…

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Thursday, 10 December 2009 16:38

Art show benefits Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center

Written by KeeYoung Boyd
     Participants came from across the continental United States to compete in an art show, the Clinky Classic 2, to benefit the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center. Safe Harbor is a non-profit organization serving child-victims of sexual abuse and other severe forms of abuse and neglect in Tennessee’s Fourth Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.      The event was hosted by Kristina and Paul Francis, owners of Lucas Francis Studio in Dandridge, TN on December 9 and 10. “One of our contestants drove all the way here from Nevada to attend this event”, said Paul. “The…

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Thursday, 10 December 2009 16:37

Art Show Benefits Child Advocacy Center

Written by KeeYoung Boyd
     Participants came from across the continental United States to compete in an art show, the Clinky Classic 2, to benefit the Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center. Safe Harbor is a non-profit organization serving child-victims of sexual abuse and other severe forms of abuse and neglect in Tennessee’s Fourth Judicial District, consisting of Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson and Sevier counties.      The event was hosted by Kristina and Paul Francis, owners of Lucas Francis Studio in Dandridge, TN on December 9 and 10. “One of our contestants drove all the way here from Nevada to attend this event”, said Paul. “The…

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Thursday, 10 December 2009 16:36

League of Women Voters learn about ‘Safe Harbor’

Written by Gayle Page
Founding leaders of Safe Harbor, the 4th Judicial District’s Child Advocacy Center, present an informative program at Tuesday’s meeting of Jefferson County’s League of Women Voters.  Executive Director Donna Koester of Sevierville and President Barry Fain of Dandridge sat down for an informal, enlightening chat with LOWV members and guests. Fain began by acquainting everyone with Safe Harbor and its mission.  The nonprofit organization was chartered in September 2005, with a goal of establishing a protected haven for children who are victims of abuse. When a youngster has been abused, whether sexually, physically or neglectfully, in order to report abuse,…

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Thursday, 10 December 2009 16:35

Johnson’s Brewing Station sets fundraiser

Written by KeeYoung Boyd
A night of soothing acoustical music over a cup of specially prepared coffee is on tap October 21 in Jefferson City.  The Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center is partnering with Johnson’s Brewing Station for a local fundraiser to aid in their mission to assist child-victims of sexual abuse, as well as other forms of severe abuse and neglect. “We are very excited about this opportunity to raise awareness about Safe Harbor’s mission to serve child-victims of abuse in the Fourth Judicial District”, said Barry Fain, president of Safe Harbor’s board of directors.  “This is the second event for which a…

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Thursday, 10 December 2009 16:32

If you have it, they will come

Written by KeeYoung Boyd
The Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center held its first ever major fundraising event, “Raisin’ the Roof”, on June 9th at the Music Road Hotel & Convention Center.  And, the crowd turned out in mass.  The banquet facility was seated at almost capacity with a crowd ranging from longtime Safe Harbor supporters to those that have only recently learned of the organization’s work serving child-victims of severe abuse in Jefferson and the other three counties of the Fourth Judicial District. Coach Pat Summitt, head coach of the Tennessee Lady Volunteer’s basketball team, served as guest speaker of the evening’s event and…

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