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Chris Pruett

Foundation a true 'Champion' for Greene County

Posted Saturday, November 17, 2007, at 9:13 AM
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  • FANTASTIC blog entry, Chris. Thank you for writing about the annual dinner. It was truly amazing to see the great work the Foundation does throughout our large county. It was an emotional evening filled with joy and some tears at the generosity of people like Dale and Tillie Jessop, who gave an emotional statement as they received an award for their philanthropy.

    They have set the bar high for giving a gift that will continue to give well beyond our lifetime. Thank you to the Jessops and to all of the people who care about Greene County people.

    OCRA Executive Director, David Terrell, is correct about allowing the champions to work their ideas in the county. Before saying no to a new idea, please get all the facts, listen, contribute your ideas, and be open to working together. We can all make Greene County more prosperous and return hope to those who have lost theirs.

    -- Posted by Greenee on Sun, Nov 18, 2007, at 2:32 PM
  • This is a great organiztion! It was a very enjoyable and inspiring evening with great conversation, fine food and excellent program.

    My hat's off to the Foundation's Board, Kerry Conway & staff and the rest of the participating members for being true champions in Greene County.

    Ihank you for the invitation. I am already looking forward to helping you celebrate your 10th anniversary next year.

    -- Posted by #1LakerFan on Mon, Nov 19, 2007, at 12:12 PM
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