Here’s a throwback to some awesome volunteers helping with our Community Assessment. We appreciate you! The Well The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga #tbt #thebeth #volunteershoutout #MLKday
Resource providers and elected officials are invited to identify service gaps and brainstorm solutions for community residents within the 37410 zip code. RSVP by January 18th. See more details below!
Ladies, don’t miss our upcoming luncheon with Rivers of Living Water Christian Center. Come be inspired and encouraged while enjoying some good food with community members on January 20th. The luncheon begins at 2 p.m. here at the Beth!
Thank you Girls Preparatory School for hanging with our Beth kiddos today! We enjoyed having you. 😁 #MLKday #volunteershoutout #thebeth
We encourage community resource providers and elected officials to join the Beth and Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults for this important meeting!
YMCA of Metropolitan Chattanooga Welcome to Westside (WMBC-CHATTANOOGA,TN) United Way of Greater Chattanooga Chattanooga City Council Baby University Calvary Chapel Chattanooga Chattanooga Area Food Bank St Elmo United Methodist Church St. Elmo Church of Christ Father to the Fatherless
Emergency resource providers and elected officials for the 37410 zip code are invited to a resource meeting to determine existing food and emergency resources for 37410 residents, identify service gaps, and brainstorm ways to fill these gaps.
Applicable resource providers offer meals, food vouchers, food boxes, utility assistance, rent assistance, medical and prescription help, transportation vouchers, clothing, and furniture for residents in South Chattanooga.
Reservation is required by January 18. Breakfast will be provided. Email Morgan Reeves at [email protected] with names and email addresses of those attending or call (423) 265-3114 for more information.
**Please bring the following information: services provided, number of residents served, days, times, & locations of services provided, and any marketing information to share with area partners.**
Sponsored by the Bethlehem Center and Partnership for Families, Children, and Adults
We encourage women of all ages to attend this luncheon provided by Rivers of Living Water Christian Center! Hope to see you there!
Don’t miss Empower Chattanooga ‘s free workshop on how to save on your utility bill tomorrow at 6 p.m. at the Beth!
Come out for a free workshop with Empower Chattanooga on January 9th at 6 p.m! Learn new ways to lower your utility bill and save energy. This workshop will be at the Beth. For more info call 423.648.0963.
Want to win these awesome #futuresobright sunglasses?? Come ice skating @iceonthelanding on 1/3 and stop by our table to find out how to win them!
Don’t forget you can go ice skating anytime tomorrow, December 3rd in support of the Bethlehem Center! 20% of proceeds from Ice on the Landing at the Chattanooga Choo Choo will be donated to the Beth programs. Huge thank you to Chattanooga Presents!
Bring your family and friends to Ice On the Landing in January 3rd and help support the Beth!
Support the Beth on January 3rd by going to Ice on the Landing at the Chattanooga Choo Choo and Chattanooga Presents will donate 20% of proceeds to the Bethlehem Center!
Merry Christmas from the Beth family to yours!
“...The Lord has anointed me
to proclaim good news to the poor.
He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted,
to proclaim freedom for the captives
and release the prisoners from their darkness…to
comfort all who mourn and provide for those who grieve...” Isaiah 61:1-3
Thank you to all our awesome volunteers from BlueCross BlueShield of TN Careers, Skuid,Cbl & Associates Management, and the community who went christmas shopping with our Read to Lead students! Our kids had a blast!
Read our new blog, “The View From the Choir Director's Podium”, by our Development & Projects Assistant!
The APEX tour bus will be at the Bethlehem Center tomorrow, December 20 from 11am – 4pm. The bus tour is part of UnifiEd’s plan to visit various locations in Hamilton County to get input for their Action Plan for Educational Excellence (APEX) project. Community members are invited to board the bus and enjoy an interactive exhibit, talk with organizers, review preliminary policy proposals, and vote on the ones that fit their priorities.To learn more about the APEX project click below.
Our Read to Lead students had a special message for their favorite Education Director, Rachel DeVore. We love you Ms. Rachel! Thank you for all you do for our Beth babies!
This month we have TWO Star Students of the Month!
The first is Kennedy(on left). Kennedy is an awesome girl with a giggly personality. She is friendly, kind, and responsible. She likes to sing, play games, and talk with her friends. Kennedy is very respectful and sets a great example for the younger students. We are thankful to have such bright girl as one of our students! Our next Star Student is Eurika (on right). Eurika is a fun-loving girl that is full of energy. She is easy going, social, and a blast to be around. She loves to color, laugh, and sing in the choir. Since August, she has made a complete 180 in her behavior and improves more and more every day. We love Eurika and are happy to call her one of our students!
Our Wish List
Read to Lead Academy Needs:
Small dry erase boards/dry erase markers
Montessori Materials (http://www.adenamontessori.com/ius/product_n.php?cid=1)
White board with marker tray
Bookshelf and two bean bags
Tennis Balls for the chair legs
Hand held musical instruments
Sensory tools (fidgets, weighted blankets, gum, fidget cubes--NO fidget spinners!)
Funding for Rachel and Gracie to attend TBRI in Classrooms Training
Food Pantry Needs:
Canned meats, fruits, vegetables & tomatoes
1lb bags of rice or minute rice
Mac & cheese