Empower Me Center is stretching for a slam dunk during the month of March with a $1,000 challenge aimed at securing 1,000 people to donate $1,000 each to help finish phase one of the Empower Me Center project.
Representatives with Empower Me Center were recently notified the Lebanon-based non-profit has been awarded a 2017 PeyBack Foundation grant in the amount of $15,000 for Empower Me's recreational program and day camp.
On the heels of a recent $100,000 gift, Empower Me Center has announced another large gift toward the first phase of the Empower Me Center project.
Empower Me Center will offer an evening of live music and fun games to support their non-profit organization on Friday, Nov. 18 at the Capitol Theatre in Lebanon with Dice and Dreams Songwriters Round and Casino Night.
Michelle Hill, director of Empower Me Center, is presented with a $5,000 donation from Genco Wednesday afternoon. John Coleman makes the presentation as Genco staff arrived at College Hills Church in a motorcycle brigade. Harriett Odom, behind center, coordinated the event.
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Empower Me Center announced this week the contract to purchase land on Carver Lane in Lebanon has been terminated.
Empower Me and the Cumberland University baseball team are partnering for a fund-raiser baseball game called "No Place Like HOME Charity Tournament."
The renowned Bert Coble Singers (BCS) have continued a 28-year-long history of giving by presenting a donation to Michelle Hill, director of Empower Me, in the amount of $2,300.
A cold day did not keep hundreds of people from celebrating the Empower Me Center's launch part on Jan. 16 at the site of what they hope will be their official home in the very near future.
The recent 90DaystoDonate.com fund-raiser was the most successful single fund-raising event Empower Me Center has ever held.
To celebrate the end of their 90 Days to Donate campaign and launch their 2016 fund raising efforts, the public is invited to a Launch Party for the Empower Me Center.
Before the end of the year, organizers for a local non-profit organization are encouraging contributions to help build their dream facility, recently approved to be built next to University Medical Center in Lebanon.
Gabryelle Conklin was born first of triplets at only 25 weeks gestation. She weighed one pound, 12 ounces. She was very healthy at birth, receiving better scores than either of her sisters, though they were all immediately intubated and placed on life support.
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