The EnAct team participated in the 2017 United Way of Central West Virginia’s Day of Caring by working in the Charleston West Side Community Garden. The day was spent weeding and performing season ending clearing. Thanks to all of the EnAct team members that were able to participate!
EnAct Community Action has teams for their 2nd Annual Brain Bowl that need players. Come on down (NO admission fee for players) on Oct. 5 at the Beni Kedeem Shrine and join in the fun! Registration/social is form 5:30-6:30; game starts at 6:30 and is over around 9:30. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and cash bar.
EnAct’s Comfort’s of Home team recently held bingo at a seniors’ high facility. A great time was had by all and we are looking forward to holding other bingo events throughout the area. If you would like to have a bingo hosted at your facility, please contact Melanie Hirst at 304-414-4473 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
EnAct Community Action has teamed up with the Buffalo Elementary School to provide weekend backpack snacks for students in need by providing a $5,000 grant. “We are very pleased to be able to help Buffalo Elementary School” commented Brent Pauley, CEO of EnAct, adding, “They were in a stressful situation trying to figure out how […]
EnAct Community Action’s LifeBridge AmeriCorps members at Scott High School, Angela and Amy, have completed the DEA 360 Program and are now able to provide community presentations concerning the current drug epidemic and its effect on our communities and families. If you would like to schedule a presentation, please contact us at the Boone Office […]
EnAct Community Action staff supporting WV families at the Community Safety Baby Shower. Many families went home with pack and plays, diapers, car seats, other baby items and much needed information for parenthood. Thanks to Diane Hughes from Parents As Teachers, with Regional Family Resource Network for including us in such a wonderful event!
EnAct Community Action’s very own Debby Campbell posing with the Ervin Queen Community Action Award that she received today at the CAP Conference. The Ervin Queen Award is presented to an individual who, through long term leadership and service, embodies the spirit of hope and improves the lives of low income citizens. Debby does this […]