Thanks To Don for doing the United Way of Bartow County 2017 Turkey Trot Photo Show! Please follow link below

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2017 United Way of Bartow County’s annual 5K Turkey Trot.

Please follow the link to enjoy the photo show. Happy Holidays and we look forward to seeing you next year.

 

http://www.photoshow.com/watch/Yw4Md6Ew

 

Sincerely,

United Way of Bartow County Staff and Volunteers

Turkey Trot 2017 – RESULTS

UnitedWay_TurkeyTrot2017MascotFor all those interested, here are the official results from this past Saturday’s Turkey Trot 2017 to benefit the United Way of Bartow County. We want to express a huge thank you to all of our participants, volunteers and members.

2017 Turkey Trot 5K AG results

2017 Turkey Trot 5K overall results

Early Registration is getting close. REGISTER TODAY for UW’s Annual Turkey Trot Saturday November 19th

Turkey Trot 5K
Saturday November 19, 2016 at 9 am
Walkers are Welcome!
Jogging Strollers are Welcome!
Certified Course!
Come help us celebrate our twelfth year!
Online Registration: http://www.active.com/cartersville-ga/running/distance-running-races/united-way-of-bartow-turkey-trot-5K-2016
Mail in Registration: Send this completed form to: United Way of Bartow County, PO Box 1264, Cartersville, GA 30120
Start and Finish: Cartersville Soccer Complex (behind Cartersville Middle School), 152 Milner Road, Cartersville, GA 30120
Directions: From I -75 take exit 288 and go West on Hwy 113. Follow Hwy 113 for 2.9 miles through Cartersville until you see
McDonald’s on your left at Douthit Ferry Road. Turn Left onto Douthit Ferry. Go 1.1 miles and turn right at the four-way stop onto
Walnut Grove. Follow Walnut Grove for 0.4 miles and turn left onto Pine Grove Road and the next left into the Soccer Complex parking
lot. Please be advised that some online map services will not find this location.
Course: This is a fast course around Cartersville Middle School and Etowah River Walk.
Thanks to Cartersville Middle School and Cartersville Parks and Recreation for allowing us to use this location!
Prizes: All 5K participants will receive a long sleeve T-shirt. The overall male and female winners will receive trophies. Top finishers in
each age group will receive a frozen turkey. Male/Female Age Groups: 10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, 20- 24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44,
45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & over.
T-Shirt sizes are only guaranteed to early registrants. Race-Day registrants may get alternate t-shirts.
Presented by:
Turkey Trot 2016 Entry Fees:
$25 before Nov. 1
$30 after Nov. 1
Make checks payable to:
United Way of Bartow County
Mail entry form and check to:
PO Box 1264
Cartersville, GA 30120
Questions? Call 770-386-1677
Ext: 1 or 2
http://www.bartowliveunited.org
November 19, 2016
Entry Fee: $25 postmarked before Nov. 1, $30 after Nov. 1(rain or shine (even if it is cold),
non-refundable).
Race Packet and Shirt Pick Up: Pick up your number and shirt starting at 8 am the
morning of the race. Refreshments: Water will be available on the course. Refreshments will
be available at the finish line.
Questions?: Contact United Way of Bartow County at (770) 386-1677 or
morehouseb@bartowga.org or http://www.bartowliveunited.org

United Way of Bartow partners with SJD Health and Fitness for 5K readiness

TurkeyTrot2016 FB banner2

We are happy to announce that with our upcoming 2016 Turkey Trot 5K at Sam Smith Park, we have partnered with SJD Health and Fitness to help you get in shape and ready to run. We know many of you would like to participate in our annual Turkey Trot 5K fundraiser, but may have never run in a 5K before (or maybe it’s been a long time since you last ran one).

With that in mind, personal trainer Susan Delmonico is taking sign-ups for her upcoming Couch to 5K program, which will start on Monday, September 12th and have you ready to run in our 5K by November 19th. You can sign-up for the Couch to 5K by visiting Susan’s website or by clicking on the links below. Also, you can get your registration set for this year’s Turkey Trot by clicking on the flier below. Additionally, you can LIKE and SHARE our dedicated Turkey Trot Facebook page and you can learn more about the United Way of Bartow County by visiting our website.

2nd Couch to 5K banner

Let’s make 2016 one of the best Turkey Trots ever! All proceeds raised through this event remain in Bartow County to help aid the 16+ non-profit partner agencies we support each and every day.

Turkey Trot Flier and Registration 2016

Couch to 5K flier

Couch to 5K – Registration Form

 

Important news and events happening in Bartow County Georgia

PARTNER EVENTS…

Homeless Veterans Count for Bartow County
Next week the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter is the host agency for the Homeless Veterans Count for all of Bartow County.  If you or your agency is serving or working with Veterans who are or may be homeless, please contact Good Neighbor at director@goodneighborshelter.org.  The staff there will bring you surveys to fill out for those Veterans late this week.

Bartow Give a Kid a Chance Meeting
Friday, March 25 after the Collaborative Meeting in the Cornerstone Room at First Presbyterian Cartersville.

“Destination Graduation” 2016 Bartow Teen Maze
Volunteers are needed for our upcoming Teen Maze.  Click HERE to volunteer.   The Teen Maze will be held at Georgia Highlands College on May 11 and 12.  We need lots of help to make this event for 8th graders from schools in both City and County systems successful.

Image & Interview Days at Bartow College & Career Academy
This Thursday and Friday, March 24th and 25, the BCCCA will be hosting Image and Interview day.  We need business and industry partners to conduct a five to ten minute mock interview with a student.  Students will come prepared with resume, application, and cover letter. You can ask your own questions or use the ones we have prepared.  Following the interview, you will provide feedback on your impression and how the student might considering improving.  This is an important step in our preparation for college and workforce development.
If you think you can commit to two or more hours, please send an email to jamila.suber@bartow.k12.ga.us for additional information and to select a specific time.  You can choose from several time blocks, but Friday is the day with the highest need.

Bartow Hispanic Center
BHC Events & Partnered Events:
-Triple P-Positive Parenting Program by Ser Familia at BHC-starting Thursday, March 24, 2016 from 4:30-6:30pm for 9 weeks
-Mother Daughter Dinner at Rollins Child Development Center by NWGA Cancer Coalition-Friday, March 25, 2016 at 6pm at Rollins Child Development Center.
We are always looking to partner and serve the community by providing interpreters, assisting with communication, and developing workshops to better support the Hispanic Community. For more information contact: info@bartowhispaniccenter.org or call 678-744-4192.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 4th Annual Golf Classic
Bartow/Polk FCA is hosting their 4th Annual Golf Classic on April 11@ Cartersville Country Club.  Registration & Lunch begin at 11am and there will be a shotgun start at Noon.  Sponsor opportunities are still avialable.  Cost to register is $125 per person or $500 for a 4 person team.  For more info email deanna@mcwhortercp.com orsboatfield@fca.org 

5k for Life & Healthy Relationships
On April 16 at Sam Smith Park, Bartow Family Resources will host the 5k for Life.  This 5k, 1 Mile Walk, and Family Fun Day raises money to provide funds for Bartow Family Resources to continue offering FREE life-affirming services to nearly 1000 families in the Cartersville/Bartow County community each year.  Find out more at 5kforlife.org

SPLASH Bartow Projects Needed
SPLASH Bartow is a community wide event for teens to get involved in showing the community love in Jesus name.  During the week of SPLASH (July 12-15) students and adults flood the community doing service projects.  They need your help. If you know of a need in the county that a team of students and adult volunteers can help with, please submit that project to http://www.splashbartow.org/projects/

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES…

Darkness to Light class
April 13, 2016, 6:00pm-8:00pm

Darkness to Light (www.D2L.org) is a preventative program committed to protecting children through empowering adults to prevent child sexual abuse.  1 in 10 children will be sexually abused before their 18th birthday.  This is a horrifying statistic that our community needs to be more aware of, learn how to recognize the signs of possible abuse, and to prevent it before it starts. Sexual abuse can happen to anyone, friends, family even a child you know and love.
The goal is to have at least 5% of our population trained in this prevention based program to stop sexual abuse from occurring and having the joy of childhood robbed from a child.  The class is being taught by employees of Advocates for Children that are trained Darkness 2 Light facilitators. Anyone can take the class, cost is $10.00 to cover the cost of the booklet. For more information or to register for the class, contact Jennifer Wiggins Matthews, Jennifer@AdvChild.org770.387.1143 or Amanda Tant,Amanda@AdvoChild.org678.605.9023.   Free childcare, newborn-5, will be provided by the church with advance registration.

Leadership for Social Change Workshop in Atlanta
April 20-21, 2016
Did you ever wonder how to move your team from vision to action? Facilitative Leadership for Social Change develops practical collaborative skills and tools for tapping the creativity, experience, and commitment of staff and colleagues.  REGISTER

This two day workshop will:

  • Build your skills to facilitate social change teams
  • Gain insight into your own leadership strengths and areas for growth
  • Connect you with other change makers

Learn more
Be part of the first-ever Facilitative Leadership public workshop in Atlanta, andgain the practical frameworks, tools, and skills that have changed the game for leaders across the USUnleash capacity for social change in yourself and your community.  

Youth Mental Health First Aid
April 28 from 8:30am to 5pm at Bartow Family Resources 200 Leake St. in Cartersville.  Come and learn the risk factors and warning signs of a variety of mental health challenges common among adolescents.  The course is designed for adults who regularly interact with adolescents.  This event is brought to you by Willowbrooke at Tanner.  For more information please email Tori Goodling.

Lutheran Services of Georgia’s Heritage Adoption Program partners with DFCS to find Forever Families for children waiting in Georgia’s foster care system. Information Sessions are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 6:00pm,hosted by our NW Ga Regional Office located at 336 Broad St., Suite 200 Rome, GA. 30161.
For more information, contact Amy Weaver at aweaver@lsga.org or call 706-506-0649.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES…

CAC/SAC FLOYD/POLK/BARTOW/PAULDING
Job Description: Full Time Position
Completes documentation in compliance with policy and standards. Obtain and maintain average of billable hrs. Participates in Team meetings as part of multi-disciplinary team. Facilitates Substance Abuse group meetings. Assist consumer in Para Pro role when appropriate. Maintain contact with family, community agencies and collateral contacts both formal and informal. Conducts screenings and evaluations. Creates and maintains thorough knowledge of the therapeutic techniques and program policies and procedures. Maintains all case documentation. Creates and maintains a high performance. Environment characterized by positive leadership and strong team orientation. Must be able to travel to Polk, Bartow, Floyd and Paulding areas.
Job Requirements:
Must have a current Certified Substance Abuse Certificate. Must have a high school diploma or Ged. Must be able to pass a criminal background check, drug testing and have a clean 7 year motor vehicle report.
Please email resumes to: Dayna Veit- dveit@healthcare-staffing.comor Fax resumes to: Attn: Dayna Veit- 706-624-8328

Peer Specialist- Gordon County and Floyd County and Bartow County
We have several (3 positions) available in the Calhoun, Rome, Cartersville
Job Description: Full Time Positions
At least 3 years in recovery from substance dependence. Provide assistance and coordination of a recovery plan using motivational interviewing and other skills to support and promote personal goals and objectives. Provide relapse prevention planning to assist in managing and preventing crisis and relapse situations. Provide interventions through all phases of recovery.
Minimum Requirements:
Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be able to pass a criminal background check, drug testing and have a clean 7 year motor vehicle report. Must have gone through a recovery process and willing to help others through their recovery process.
Please email resumes to: Dayna Veit- dveit@healthcare-staffing.comor Fax resumes to: Attn: Dayna Veit 706-624-8328

Registered Nurse- Bartow OP- Cartersville, Ga
Job Description: Full Time Position
Provides billable direct service to consumers. Completes all necessary paperwork according to policy and procedure. Ensures consumers meet eligibility criteria or refers to appropriate provider in the community. Provides clinical nursing services to consumers. Provides nursing assessments, injections, medication assistance, PAP assistance, sample medications, re-assessments, TB Tests, labs, urine drug screens, HIV testing, vitals. Responsible for all documentation as required. Responsible for keeping all chards in compliance. Provides assistance and support in crisis situations. Provides clinical guidance in regards to labs and medications.
Must have a Current Georgia RN License.  Must be able to pass a criminal background check, drug testing and have a clean 7 year motor vehicle report.
Please email resumes to: dveit@healthcare-staffing.com or fax resumes to: Attn: Dayna Veit 706-624-8328

Positions available at Turning PointNew Directions! Progressive Behavioral Health Care Company seeks candidates for In Home/Community Based Therapist to provide services to at-risk children and their families.   Position will serve Polk, Haralson, and Paulding Counties in Georgia.  General duties include providing therapy; working collaboratively with other community agencies and the court system; and documenting all service activity.  QUALIFICATIONS:  Master’s Degree required in human services field, i.e.: Social Work, Sociology, Counseling Services, etc.  with at least two years work/internship experience in human services field.  License or License-eligible applicants a plus!   Successful applicant must undergo comprehensive background check, drug screening,  and must have valid driver’s license with safe driving record.  Position is initially part time, and will be full time once full caseload is established.   Our Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Our Company is a National Health Service Corporation (NHSC).”  Interested applicants should email Raechel Brown atraechelb@turningpointga.com or Brandy Nicholson atbrandyn@turningpointga.com.

Highland Rivers Health has several openings for Licenced Clinicians in North Georgia.  For more information on these listings contact Jennifer Mayfield at jobs@highlandrivers.org

News, important dates and Happenings around Bartow County Georgia

Reminders…

We value your feedback! If you are a collaborative member and you did NOT fill out a paper survey at our last meeting, please take a few minutes and complete our Vitality Survey online by clicking HERE.

Don’t forget to like us on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/BartowCollaborative

PARTNER EVENTS…

Tallatoona CAP Energy Assistance (LIHEAP) program has been delayed 1 month. The program will begin December 1 for senior adults 65 and up and homebound residents. The program will open for the general public starting January 1, 2016. If you wish to apply for energy assistance please watch for the book now button to appear on Tallatoona’s website (http://www.tallatoonacap.org/) or call the appointment line at (770) 817-4666 or toll free at (770) 773-7730 for 706 area codes.

HOPE FOR CHRISTMAS – SIGN UP

On October 26, 29 and November 2 Crosspoint City Church will continue to have live sign up for Hope For Christmas – a one day event that will be held on December 12, 2015 for Bartow County Residents. Fun activities are planned for the entire family. Parents select two age appropriate gifts for all of the children in their family and are given a complete Christmas meal with all of the trimmings. There is even a Secret Santa shop where kids can select and have a gift wrapped to give to parents on Christmas morning. Registration is from 10am – 2pm at Crosspoint City Church, 245 S. Tennessee St. in Cartersville. ID and copy of utility bill for proof of residence is required at registration. For questions contact Bailey Beaver at bailey@bashatlanta.com or 678-887-8608.

Toys for Tots & Salvation Army Angel Tree

  • Sign-ups will be held on 10/27 10/28 from 9am-1pm at the Salvation Army (agencies partner together)
  • Families pick-up gifts on 12/19/2015 – each child receives 3 toys and stocking stuffer — Need to know if the child has special needs
  • Qualifications: live in Bartow, and have social security card/birth certificate, or shot records – Organization does not require proof of income

Salvation Army Angel Tree – requires proof of income and social security card or birth certificate, or shot records

  • Families need to know clothing size and 2 wishes (under 40 dollars)

Bartow Christmas Coalition

  • Sign-ups on 11/14/2015 Church at Liberty Square 9am-7pm
  • Provides presents for children and food for senior citizens
  • Requirements: Government issued ID, social security cards for children, proof of income, proof of residency (tax papers or DFCS papers with child’s social security number will suffice)

Kids to Nature – Help create a group program for underserved youth in Bartow County

The Friends of Red Top Mountain State Park are currently seeking partners to help create an outdoor education program for groups of underserved kids in our community. We have a group of volunteers from Americorps that just needs a little of your time to help consult and create this fantastic program. For more information, please email Damon Kirkpatrick atdamon.kirkpatrick@friendsofgastateparks.org.

Project SEARCH (a job training program for students with special needs)

LUNCH AND LEARN: Special Ed. At A Glance
Wednesday, 10/28/15 at Cartersville Medical Center, Classroom 1. Drop in between 11:00 am and 1:30 pm to learn more about special education and the IEP process for school-aged students, job training and employment opportunities, and resources available in our area for all ages. Representatives from the Bartow County Schools, Parent 2 Parent, Project SEARCH, and Vocational Rehabilitation will be on hand to answer your questions about the special education process and the paperwork that goes along with it. Also, see the benefits of hiring people with special needs and the skills these people bring to our community. For more information please email kristy.mitchell@bartow.k12.ga.us or call 770-324-9834.

Bartow Recreation Department Fall Festival at Hamilton Crossing Park on October 31st. We invite all churches, businesses, and non-profits that would like to come and set up a booth to hand out candy or set up games for the children. This is all free of charge to the participants as well as no cost to set up a booth. We have had a very large turn-out the last few years. Contact Eddie Chastain for more information at 770-387-5149.

GRASP Groups at the Goodwill Training Center

Thursday, November 5, from 5:30 – 7:00 at the Goodwill Training Center, a GRASP chapter will begin. GRASP stands for grief recovery adult substance passing. The group will meet every Thursday unless there is a holiday conflict. Kindly pre- register by email to: GraspGroup@aol.com or tojwake73013@aol.com by sending your name and phone number. You will receive a call from Jenn and of course your information will be proprietary. Facilitated by Jenn Wake and Don Carson.

New Frontier Feed the Community Dinner

New Frontier of Bartow County is proud to announce that our 15th Annual Feed the Community Dinner will take place onSaturday, November 21st. It will be held at the Cartersville Civic Center located at 435 West Main Street, Cartersville, GA 30120. The dinner will be held from 11:00 am – 2:00 pm featuring a traditional Thanksgiving dinner. In addition to a Thanksgiving serving, other services will be available including blood pressure checks, free clothing and toys, and free haircuts. The dinner is open to everyone in the community including our senior citizens, shelter residents, poverty-stricken families, veterans, or those just wishing to fellowship with their neighbor.

Companies and individuals wishing to donate can make a contribution online athttps://secure.processdonation.org/Thenewfrontierinc/Donation.aspx. Donations can also be sent via mail to New Frontier of Bartow County at P.O. Box 1891, Cartersville, GA 30120. Donations of clothing, books, and toys are also greatly appreciated. Drop off times for clothing, books, and toys are Monday, November 9th and Tuesday, November 10th (3:00 pm – 5:00 pm) and Saturday, November 14th (10:00 am – 12:00 pm) at the Summer Hill Complex located at 129 Aubrey Street, Cartersville, GA.

If you or your organization would like to volunteer please contact William Solomon at (404) 625-3880. Volunteer opportunities include serving of the food, helping with the clothing closet, parking lot attendants, and clean up. This is a great opportunity for high school students in need of volunteer service hours.

Free transportation is being provided by Bartow Transit to and from the event. To schedule a pickup call (770) 387-5165

before the day of the event.

Toyo Tire Christmas Luncheon

  • Christmas Lunch on 12/12/2015 from 11-2pm at Cartersville Civic Center (by library)
  • Bartow Transit will provide transportation for free – need 24 hour notice
  • Will have a coat room where guests can receive a coat

WORKSHOPS/CLASSES…

JOB OPPORTUNITIES…

Highland Rivers is seeking a Lead Licenced Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP) for their Floyd Outpatient program. Minimum training & experience: LCSW or LPC with experience in the outpatient mental health setting.

Submit resume and cover letter by email or FAX: 706-270-5129 jobs@highlandrivers.org

Highland Rivers is seeking a C&A Program Manager. Minimum Training & Experience:

Georgia Licensed LPC, LCSW or LMFT AND Three years of experience in the provision of therapeutic services with at least one year in supervisory role. Preferred Qualifications:

Experience with C&A Services, budget management skills, and strong communication skills. Submit resume and cover letter by email or FAX: 706-270-5129 jobs@highlandrivers.org

United Way Presents it’s 10th Annual Turkey Trot 5K Walk/Run Saturday November 21, 2015

UNITED WAY PRESENTS IT’S 10TH ANNUAL TURKEY TROT 5K WALK/RUN

Jogging Strollers are Welcome!
–November 21, 2015 – Certified Course!

Online Registration: Active.com http://www.active.com/cartersville-ga/running/distance-running-races/united-way-of-bartow-turkey-trot-5k-2015

LOCATION AND RACE DETAILS:
Start and Finish: Cartersville Soccer Complex (behind Cartersville Middle School), 152 Milner Road, Cartersville, GA 30120
Directions: From I-75 take exit 288 and go West on Hwy 113. Follow Hwy 113 for 2.9 miles through Cartersville until you
see McDonald’s on your left at Douthit Ferry Road. Turn Left onto Douthit Ferry. Go 1.1 miles and turn right at the
four-way stop onto Walnut Grove. Follow Walnut Grove for 0.4 miles and turn left onto Pine Grove Road and the next
left into the Soccer Complex parking lot. Please be advised that some online map services will not find this location.

Course: This is a fast course around Cartersville Middle School and Etowah River Walk.
Thanks to Cartersville Middle School and Cartersville Parks and Recreation for allowing us to use this location!

Prizes: All 5k participants will receive a long sleeve T-shirt. The overall male and female winners will receive
trophies. Top finishers in each age group will receive a frozen turkey. Male/Female Age Groups: 10 & under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-
24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & over. T-Shirt sizes are only guaranteed to early registrants. Race-Day registrants
may get alternate t-shirts.

Entry Fee: $25 before Nov. 1, $30 after Nov. 1 (rain or shine (even if it is cold), non-refundable).
Race Packet and Shirt Pick Up: Pick up your number and shirt starting at 8 am the morning of the race.
Refreshments: Water will be available on the course. Refreshments will be available at the finish line.

Questions?: Contact United Way of Bartow County at (770) 386-1677 or morehouseb@bartowga.org
or http://www.bartowliveunited.org

COVERED BRIDGE ZOMBIE RUN , OCTOBER 17th discounted price for students and staff of any school who wants to participate!! $25 if registered by October 1st!!

The United Way of Bartow County is having its first annual Covered Bridge ZOMBIE RUN on Saturday October 17th.  In hopes to get lots of students and faculty involved, and to increase participation while raising money for a great cause, we are offering a registration fee of $25 to all students and faculty!!! That means anyone of any age that is enrolled in any school or works for any school can get the discounted price if registered by October 1st!!!

 

Please make announcements and share this notice to let students and faculty know that they can print the form out from our website at www.bartowliveunited.org .  All the students or school staff has to do is write the school they work or attend at under the registration area on the left hand side of the form and along with the $25 payment mail it in to P.O. Box 1264, Cartersville Ga, 30120.

 

The race is the same day as the “Covered Bridge Fall Festival” ( details of festival below) The first heat of the race starts at 4:30 p.m. at the Woodland Middle School in Historic Ehuarlee Georgia. This is a 5K so they will start at the Woodland Middle school football field and run a course around the churches cemeteries, baseball field,  across the historic bridge, through the woods and end up back at the football field all while being chased by blood thirsty Zombies.

Here are the details of the Covered Bridge Fall Festival and we hope you come out for both events!!!

Saturday, October 17th

Festival and Live Entertainment

10am-5pm

 

The City of Euharlee hosts the annual Covered Bridge Fall Festival at Frankie Harris Park. This festival is a well-known, well attended event in Bartow County.

 

The festival weekend includes a Friday night concert, 60+ arts and crafts vendors, food vendors, free kids’ activities, live entertainment throughout the day, and prizes.

 

Sixes Tavern will be sponsoring the beer garden for this year’s festival and Taylor Farm Supply will be providing hayrides.

 

Sponsorships for the festival go towards supporting the three tenets of the city; historic preservation, recreation and conservation.  The fall festival encourages all three of the tenets.

 

  1. Historic Preservation: Encourages people to visit the city’s historic properies.  

 

  1. Recreation: The Covered Bridge Fall Festival provides good, old-fashioned family fun while showcasing some of Euharlee’s tourist attractions, natural resources (such as Euharlee Creek and the Etowah River), and beautiful parks.

 

  1. Conservation:  Coincides with A.  Most of the settlements that have happened here over the last few hundred years have been because of the access to the natural water resources that surround the city.  The Covered Bridge Fall Festival helps regional tourists experience and appreciate the natural and historic setting of the city. 

 

 

 

Important dates and Happenings around Bartow County Georgia

REMINDER…
Bartow Collaborative will meet in Friday, August 28th at the First Presbyterian Church in
Cartersville.
PARTNER EVENTS…
Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta
The Neighborhood Summit, held on Sept. 26th, provides opportunities for nonprofits, civic
organizations and community partners to meet, exchange ideas and explore opportunities for
collaboration. Participants attend workshops, enjoy exhibits, and network with community
leaders. Early Bird Registration by or before August 31, 2015, General Admission is
$20.00/person*, Students and Seniors (55+) is $15.00/person*, and Groups (5 or more
individuals) is $10.00/person. Register at http://www.neighborhoodsummit.org/. For more
information, contact Amanda Tant @ 678-605-9023.
Empower & Lead: Family, Schools & Community Engagement Conference will be
held Saturday, October 3, 2015 at Georgia Highlands Campus in Cartersville from 9am-3pm.
This conference will involve all families from Pre-K up to high school in the county of Bartow. If
your organization would like to present, share information, or sponsor please contact Annabel
Rodriguez-Romero at 770-387-4732 or emailarodriguez@cartersville.k12.ga.us.
Bartow Hispanic Center will be having two fundraising events:
1) Soccer Tournament at Legends Sports Complex (next to Cracker Barrel) on Saturday,
September 12th and Sunday, September 13th at 9am
2) Latin Health and Resource Fair at Carterville Civic Center (next to Bartow Public Library)
on Sunday, September 20 from 10am-4pm.
If you would like to participate, share information, or sponsor please contact Joel Romero
at info@bartowhispaniccenter.org or call 678-744-4192. You can also visit our website
at http://www.bartowhispaniccenter.org for more details about center and events.
Highland Rivers is opening THE ROC CLUBHOUSE
THE ROC Clubhouse, here, in Cartersville. Our only requirement is that the referral be an
adolescent with a mental health diagnosis, be free from recent suicide ideation or attempts, and
must be stable in the community for at least 60 days. At this point, we are accepting
applications and conducting assessments on Thursdays after 2pm. See attached referral form.
WORKSHOPS/CLASSES…
Bartow College and Career Academy
A Welding Class will be offered at the Bartow County College and Career Academy this fall on
Tuesday nights. The deadline to apply is October 2nd. Please contact Carla Smith at 770-606-
5800 ext. 3015; or carla.smith@chattahoocheetech.edu for more information.
COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN:
A Problem in Georgia’s Back Yard
Presented by Loronda C. Giddens, Victim Advocate II, Department of Juvenile Justice Office of
Victim Services
Thursday, August 27, noon—3:00pm at The Depot in Calhoun
Bring your lunch and join this important educational session!
Register: email roberta@gordonconnection.org or call 706-602-5139

Atlanta Falcons First Down for Fitness – Help spread the word to our local school systems.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Atlanta Falcons First Down for Fitness presented by The Employees of Marsh & McLennan and Publix Supermarkets is a three-month program (September 7 through November 30, 2015) designed to challenge third through seventh grade students throughout the state of Georgia to participate in fitness activities, eat healthy and lead a healthy lifestyle.  The program incorporates components of the NFL’s Play 60 initiative, the American Heart Association, and Fuel Up to Play 60 nutrition program available through the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association (SUDIA).

 

REQUIREMENTS

Teachers must register online at www.atlantafalcons.com/firstdownforfitness as well as:

  • Provide a copy of your county or school’s wellness plan—(unless we already have it on file)
  • Agree that each participating student will engage in 60 minutes of physical activity at least five days a week and have at least one discussion a week relative to healthy eating and healthy lifestyles

 

INCENTIVES

  • Students who complete the program will receive a signed certificate signed by program Atlanta Falcons Ambassador, Head Coach Dan Quinn
  • Participating schools will receive physical fitness equipment
  • Participating classes will receive the following:
  • A chance to receive a school visit from Atlanta Falcons players and cheerleaders
  • A chance to receive a school visit from the Fuel Up to Play 60 program through SUDIA when you register your school in the Fuel Up to Play 60 program at fueluptoplay60.com.
  • A chance to receive a visit from Freddie Falcon and learn more about his P.L.A.Y. Book for Fitness Program: atlantafalcons.com/freddie.
  • Play 60 Challenge teacher guide and student game planners
  • Five (5) registered teachers will be selected at the 2015-2016 First Down for Fitness Teachers of the Year.  Teachers can nominate themselves or be nominated by an administrator, fellow teacher, student or parent and recipients will be selected based on their dedication and innovative approach to the program.  Each Teacher of the Year winner will receive a $1,000 grant to purchases physical fitness equipment for their school.

 

FIRST DOWN FOR FITNESS TIP OF THE WEEK AND RECIPE OF THE WEEK

 

PLAY 60 CHALLENGE

  • The PLAY 60 Challenge Online Tracker helps schools and youth organizations track their students’ physical activity minutes during the 4-week Challenge.  Students can compete with other classrooms across the nation for the most physical activity minutes and compare their results using the real time data that is available in the tracker!  Register for free at heart.org/PLAY60ChallengeTracker.
  • Participating teachers can visit heart.org/PLAY60Challenge to download sample lesson plans, view classroom physical fitness activities and explore more great resources

 

FUEL UP TO PLAY 60

  • Participating schools can sign up online at fueluptoplay60.com. The website contains information to help you and your students make healthy changes in your school including information about how to apply for grants to make those healthy changes.

 

IMPORTANT DATES

May 28                                   Pre-registration begins

July 1                                      General registration begins

August 14                              Registration ends

August 17-21                         Participation confirmation                      

September 7                           Program begins

September 20                         American Heart Association PLAY 60 Challenge registration opens

October 1                               American Heart Association PLAY 60 Challenge begins

October 12                             2014 First Down for Fitness MVPs nomination period begins

October 30                             2014 First Down for Fitness MVPs nomination period ends

November 11                         2014 First Down for Fitness MVPs announced

November 29                         MVP winners recognized at an Atlanta Falcons Home Game

November 30                         Program ends

January 18                             Program evaluation emailed to teachers

February 19                           Final program evaluations due

March 25                                Teacher of the year nominations opens

April 18                                  Teacher of the year nominations close

May 9                                     Announce Teacher of the Year Winners

 

News, happenings, events and important things happening around Bartow County Georgia

HUGE THANKS….
To all who served this weekend at Bartow Give a Kid A Chance!!!!!!! PARTNER EVENTS…
MentorBartow
The next Mentor Training will be August 12th at the Teen Center, 140 Douglas Street. For more information, contact mentorforbartow@gmail.com.
(new) Goodwill Career Center
The Center will welcome all community partners and employers to celebrate their reopening after flood damage at the August Job Fair on Thursday, August 13th from 10:00am – 12:30pm. You may download the registration form @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update, July 27th. The August Calendar can be downloaded from from http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – July 27th or from http://www.goodwillng.org. For questions, contact James Benham @ jbenham@ging.org.
WORKSHOPS/CLASSES…
(new) NAMI Rome
NAMI will host a Family to Family class in Dalton beginning in August. This free 12-session course will be offered on Sunday for family, partners, friends and significant others of adults living with mental illness. The course is designed to help adult family members understand and support their loved one living with mental illness, while maintaining their own well-being. The course includes information on illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and other mental health conditions. For more information, contact Bonnie Moore @ 706-506-8314 or jmbm71@bellsouth.net.
(new) UGA extension – Cobb County
The Healthy Relationship and Marriage Education Training (HRMET) is designed to meet the safety, permanency, and well-being needs of vulnerable children in the child welfare system by increasing access to and implementation of relationship and marriage education. The 1-day training, ideal for all professionals who work with youth and adults, will be held in Marietta on August 27th. Participants will receive tools and learn strategies to empower individuals with skills that can strengthen couple and family relationships. For additional information about the training, training dates/locations, and to register, visit http://www.gamarriages.org and click on “Healthy Relationship Education Training” or contact Cindee Swenda @ cindee.sweda@cobbcounty.org or 770/528-4084.
Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta
The Neighborhood Summit, held on Sept. 26th, provides opportunities for nonprofits, civic organizations and community partners to meet, exchange ideas and explore opportunities for collaboration. Participants attend workshops, enjoy exhibits, and network with community leaders. Early Bird Registration by or before August 31, 2015, General Admission is $20.00/person*, Students and Seniors (55+) is $15.00/person*, and Groups (5
or more individuals) is $10.00/person. Register at http://www.neighborhoodsummit.org/. For
more information, contact Larry Silver @ 404-718-0040.
Bartow College and Career Academy
A Welding Class will be offered at the Bartow County College and Career Academy this fall
on Tuesday nights. The deadline to apply is October 2nd. Please contact Carla Smith at
770-606-5800 ext. 3015; or carla.smith@chattahoocheetech.edu for more information.
NOTEWORTHY…
Bartow Collaborative serves as a communication hub for community partners such as
nonprofits, social service agencies, faith based organizations, local, state and federal
entities, businesses, support groups, and local programs and projects which support issues
pertaining to children and families in our community. Agencies and individuals may
submit announcements or events to be included in weekly eblast or social media
avenues. Content may be edited as needed. Programs sponsored, hosted or facilitated by
Bartow Collaborative will be specifically noted.

Special Events, Happenings and Important dates for Bartow County Georgia

REMINDER… Bartow Collaborative will meet Friday, June 26th at the First Presbyterian Church in Cartersville. Networking will begin at 8:15, meeting promptly @ 8:30 in the Fellowship Hall. We will hear from Georgia Hope, Allatoona Resource Center, and the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta. Bartow Collaborative will not meet the month of July. To review the May Collaborative Meeting minutes, download from http://www.bartowgafcp.org – Weekly Update June 8. MEETINGS… Bartow Family Promise will meet Thursday, June 18th @ 6:30pm @ First Presbyterian Church. For more information, contact Dee Anne Wyse @ dawyse@bellsouth.net. Bartow Give a Kid a Chance will meet Friday, June 26th at 9:30 @ First Presbyterian Church, Cornerstone Room. For more information, contact Dennis Collier @ dwc1945@gmail.com. NEED TO KNOW… Bartow Give a Kid A Chance Bartow Give a Kid a Chance is a one day event when Bartow County children in need can receive a new backpack, school supplies, a T-shirt, haircut, and health screenings – all free of charge, thanks to our generous sponsors and community, This year’s event will be held Saturday, July 25 th at the Bartow County College And Career Academy-738 Grassdale Road in Cartersville. Registration is now open @ http://www.bartowgiveakidachance.com. Deadline for student registration is July 10th. Space is limited. A flier can be downloaded from the Collaborative website – Weekly Update June 1st. Tallatoona Community Action Partnership Financial assistance is available to pay for GED testing. Contact Tallatoona Bartow HRDC 140 Douglas Street, Suite 108 in Cartersville, GA 30120 or call 770-382-4222. Blood Assurance Our community is experiencing shortages of both O Positive and O Negative blood types. Currently, there is a two day supply of inventory. O negative is the universal blood type and can be used by anyone in a trauma situation. O positive is the most common blood type and has a high usage. Your one donation can save three lives. To be eligible to donate blood, you must be at least 17 years old (16 years old with parental consent), weigh 110 pounds or more and be in good health. The process usually takes about 30 minutes and includes a complimentary snack. The Cartersville Center is located at 921 B Joe Frank Harris Parkway SE next to the Goodwill. For more information about Blood Assurance, please call 1-800-962-0628 or go to http://www.BloodAssurance.org. PARTNER EVENTS… (new)The Goodwill Career Center The Center would like to invite you to our Job Fair on Thursday, June 11th from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm. The event is at no cost to participate and there is space available for up to 18 employers/agencies. Bring supplemental signage, displays, application material, supplies, and other items you may require at your station. Volunteers will be on hand to assist you as needed and candidates with their resume and online application. Participating employers will be provided one six foot table along with two chairs. Lunch will be served following the Job Fair. If you wish to participate,contact James Benham, jbenham@ging.org or Phyllis Bunch, pbunch@ging.org. You may also download both the June Calendar and the Job Fair registration form from the Collaborative website – http://www.bartowgafcp.org – Weekly Update June 8. Bartow County Long-Range Transportation Planning You are invited to Bartow on the Move, a Transportation Open House on Tuesday, June 16th from 4:00 – 7:00 PM @ the Clarence Brown Conference Center. Drop by and learn what it takes to keep Bartow moving and enter to win one of several drawings for prizes from local vendors for car washes, oil changes, tool sets, and more! Allatoona Community Complex You are invited to celebrate the Grand Opening for Allatoona Community Complex will be held June 17th from 11am-6pm. The Ribbon Cutting ceremony will be at 11:30am. Stop by to meet the Staff, tour the Resource Center, Gymnasium, Compacting and Recycling Facility, and learn more about the programs which will be available. Refreshments and youth activities will also be available. The Complex is located at 6505 Glade Road in Acworth. For more information, contact 770-387-5133. (new) Bartow County Juvenile Court Motivational Night with Ronnie Brown. Cartersville’s own Ronnie Brown, Alumni of Cartersville High, Graduate of Auburn University and NFL First Round Draft Pick will be at Cartersville High School Football Stadium on Friday, June 19th 2015 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. Doors open @ 5:30 pm with Music, Concessions, $5.00 Raffle Tickets (X-Box One, Ipad, many other Prizes) including a Ronnie Brown Helmet to the highest bidder. Donations accepted in lieu of Admissions with all proceeds supporting programs of Juvenile Court, including the SKORE program. For more information, contact Scott Sherwin @ Scott.Sherwin@dhs.ga.gov. (new) Friends of Red Top Outdoor Classroom Launch/Community Info event will be held June 23th @ 2:00 pm. For more information, contact Damon Kirkpatrick @ damon.kirkpatrick@friendsofgastateparks.org. Georgia Highlands College Georgia Highlands Medical Services is hosting a Medicare Wellness Expo in Cumming on June 25th from 1:30-5:30 at the Cumming Family Health Center (260 Elm Street, Cumming GA 30040). Georgia Highlands Medical Services is a Federally Qualified Health Center and serves seniors in North Georgia. There will be speakers discussing Breast Health, Understanding Medicare, and more. For more information, contact Charity McDaniel @ 770.887.1668 ext 1117. WORKSHOPS/CLASSES… AddictionSolutions Counseling Skills and Dynamics of the Group Process in Treating Substance Use Disorders will be held Saturday June 27th, from 9:00 to 4:30. This session will address required group facilitator skills, resistance and aggressive clients, managing the opening and closing of a group and most important keeping the attention of the group. The session will provide valuable leadership skills in delivering group counseling and education. Understanding Drugs of Abuse will be held Saturday July 25th, 2015 9:00 to 4:30.This session will provide education and understanding of drugs of choice typically used by both adults and adolescents. This understanding will help in providing treatment interventions to meet the needs of the client/patient and reduce the risk of relapse potential. Additional information will be provided on Prescription drugs and management of pain in treatment. Registration is $69 and will provide 6 CE Hours. Training Location will be at Cartersville Civic Center, 435 West Main Street Cartersville, Ga To register visit http://www.addictionsolutions.org or contact Donna L. Johnson, @ 770-714-7605. Chattahoochee Technical College A Welding Course will be offered in the fall at the Bartow County College & Career Academy. Interested parties may contact Carla Smith @ 770-606-5800 ext. 3015 or carla.smith@chattahoocheetech.edu. JOB POSTINGS Highland Rivers Highland Rivers is hiring two full time Social Service Providers and two Social Service Techs for Clubhouse setting in Cartersville. Social Service Providers must have an Associate License in the state of Georgia. (LAPC, LMSW, LAMFT); prefer bi-lingual and must have at least 6 months working with Child and Adolescence. Social Service Providers will maintain working relationship with school personnel, assist in the identification and development of evidence- based curriculum for providing individual and group services in the Clubhouse setting, provide assessments, individual, family, crisis and group counseling for consumers according to their treatment plans, and manage a caseload by ensuring all services are authorized, chart paperwork is complete and current and consumer charts are closed accordingly. Additional details of job could be found on the collaborative website (www.bartow.gafcp.org Weekly update June 1. The Social Service Tech will provide direct service to consumers and assist the consumer with the development of interpersonal, community coping skills, and resource linkage through education, training and modeling. The candidate will provide assessments, monitoring, and assistance to consumer with self-management of psychiatric symptoms, assistance with the youth and family/responsible caregivers in the facilitation and coordination of the Individual Resiliency, and actively participates in multidisciplinary treatment/recovery team meetings. The candidate must have a high school diploma or GED and 6 months working with Child and Adolescence consumers. Additional details of job could be found on the collaborative website (www.bartow.gafcp.org Weekly update June 1. Please email resumes to: Dayna Veit dveit@healthcare-staffing.com or fax resumes to 706- 624-8328. NOTEWORTHY… Bartow Collaborative serves as a communication hub for community partners such as nonprofits, social service agencies, faith based organizations, local, state and federal entities, businesses, support groups, and local programs and projects which support issues pertaining to children and families in our community. Agencies and individuals may submit announcements or events to be included in weekly eblast or social media avenues. Content may be edited as needed. Programs sponsored, hosted or facilitated by Bartow Collaborative will be specifically noted.

United Way of Bartow County seeks more participants for the Ric Mason Memorial Golf Tournament , Monday May 18th at Barnsley Gardens Resort

Ric Mason Jr. Memorial
Golf Tournament
May 18, 2015

Tee up for United Way on the beautiful greens of Barnsley Gardens. All
proceeds benefit United Way and 16 local non-profit organizations, such as
Boys & Girls Club, Habitat for Humanity and The Good Neighbor Shelter.
Contact United Way of Bartow County for more details at 770-386-1677.
Format: 4-player scramble
Scoring: Net score based on 50% of the team’s average handicap
Time: Registration 8:00 am, Tee Time 9:00a.m.

Sponsor packages
Gold Sponsor—$750
• 4 players, including gift, goody bag, lunch, dinner and beverages
• Signage and booth setup at hole of your choice
Silver Sponsor—$500
• 2 players, including gift, goody bag, lunch, dinner and beverages
• Signage and booth setup at one of the holes
Bronze Sponsor—$200
• Signage and booth setup at one of the holes
Sign-Only Sponsor—$100

SINGLE PLAYER PRICE $125.oo
Company Name________________________ Office Phone___________________________
Mailing Address_______________________________________________________________
Contact Person_________________________ E-mail Address_________________________

Sponsor Level: Gold $750 Silver* $500 Bronze $200 Sign Only $100

Name Handicap
Player 1: ____________________________ ______
Player 2: ____________________________ ______
Player 3: ____________________________ ______
Player 4: ____________________________ ______
*Silver Sponsors will be paired with other 2-player teams.
Return this form along with payment made out to United Way of Bartow County to:
PO Box 1264
Cartersville, Ga. 30120

Mulligan Package
Includes 2 mulligans, string,
and two alcoholic beverages.
____ packages x $30 = $____

Important Dates, Special Events and happenings around Bartow County Georgia

REMINDER… The next meeting for Bartow Collaborative will be Friday, February 27th at First Presbyterian Church in Cartersville. Networking will begin at 8:15 am followed by the meeting at 8:30 am in Fellowship Hall. Bring your brochures and business cards!
GRANT COLLABORATION TRAINING…Registration Now Open…
Today’s funders are looking for nonprofits to collaborate and impact their community capacity far more than they can do individually. By combining efforts, sharing resources, reducing duplication of services and reducing competition in fundraising, organizations can create a positive, supportive network that helps them collectively leverage resources in a consolidated fashion, thus strengthening the collective impact.
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Nonprofit University will offer Building Community Capacity Through Grant Collaboration Wednesday, Feb. 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 pm at the Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce AB Community Room, 122 W Main St, Cartersville, GA 30120. To register http://www.bartow.gafcp.org and click Cartersville – Georgia Center for Nonprofit Training tab on the left margin.
2015-2016 BARTOW COUNTY RESOURCE DIRECTORY…
We must hear from YOU! If your agency was listed in the 2013-2014 Resource Directory, please review and update as needed with the attached form. The deadline is Friday, Feb. 13th . If your agency was not included and you would like to be added to the 2015-2016 Resource Directory, please complete and return the attached form no later than Friday, Feb. 13th.
MEETINGS…
MentorBartow will meet Thursday, Feb. 12th @ 10:00am at the Cartersville-Bartow Chamber of Commerce. For more information, contact Tina Grubbs @ bartowcollaborative@gmail.com.
Family Promise of Bartow will meet Thursday, February 19th at Sam Jones Family Life Center @ 6:30 p.m. For more information, contact Pat Eberlein @ pat.eberlein@jacob-holm.com.
Bartow Teen Maze will meet Monday, February 23rd @ 2:00pm at Georgia Highlands College – Student Center. For more information, contact Tina Grubbs @ bartowcollaborative@gmail.com.
PARTNER ANNOUNCEMENTS… (new) Project Search
Project SEARCH is currently recruiting students for the 2015-2016 school year. Applicants must be at least 18 years old, a student with special needs in the Bartow County School District, willing to participate in an internship at Cartersville Medical Center, with the ultimate goal of securing competitive employment by graduation. For more information, please contact Kristy Mitchell at Kristy.mitchell@bartow.k12.ga.us, or call 770-324-9834. (new) Training Center of NW Georgia
The Training Center will be offering CPR and First Aid classes on Tuesday, Feb 3rd and Saturday, Feb 21st. The Training Center of NW Georgia is looking to hire a part-time medical training program instructor. Must be an RN and have at least one year of experience in a nursing home. For more information, call Amy Vickery at 770-606-9697.
The Etowah Scholarship Foundation Reality Store
The Etowah Scholarship Foundation desperately needs volunteers for Cass/Adairsville High Reality Store this Wednesday, Feb 4th at Cass High School. If you are interested in working AM (7:30a-11:30a), PM (11:30-3:00), or both please contact Brenda Cooper @ 678-721-2013 or BCooper@centurybanknet.com. A light breakfast and lunch will be served for the volunteers.
Soul Sista’s Run
“When Loving Me Isn’t Enough” Life Class for women only 19 and up will be held Feb. 7th 2015 beginning at 10:00 am at Rollins Child Development Center, 676 Henderson Drive, Cartersville, GA. For more information, contact Pamela Whitfield at 404-590-3492.
Advocates for Children
Advocates for Children’s annual Polar Plunge will be Saturday, Feb. 7th at Dellinger Park.
Dress in your most creative costume, add some music and get ready to be “Frozen” for just a few minutes for a great cause. Registration at 9:30am along with breakfast and pictures with Olaf. Jumps begin at 10am. Great prizes including a Kindle Fire and much, much, more. For more information, contact Info@AdvoChild.org 770-387-1143.
(new) Bartow College and Career Academy
College Credit Night, a Parent and Student Information Night will be held Thursday, Feb. 12th @ 7: 00pm at the Academy to learn more about College Credit Now. Students and parents of students who will be 16 years + during the 2015-2016 are invited to attend this one hour session to learn how to obtain free college credit while enrolled in High School. To download a flier, visit Bartow Collaborative website @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org. – Weekly Update Feb. 2.
(new) Goodwill Career Center
The Goodwill Career Center will host a Job Fair on Thursday, February 12th from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm. The event is FREE! There will be space available for up to 18 employers/agencies. You are welcome to bring supplemental signage, displays, application material, supplies, and other items you may require at your station. Participating employers will be provided one six foot table along with two chairs. Lunch will be served following the Job Fair.
Volunteers will be on hand to assist you as needed and candidates with their resume and online application. An exhibitor Registration form is available on Bartow Collaborative website – http://www.bartow.gafcp.org –Weekly Update Feb. 2nd. To register, contact James Benham, jbenham@ging.org or 770-276-7036. Registration is due by 4:00PM, Friday. February 6th. February calendar is also available to download from http://www.bartowcollaborative@gmail.com – Weekly Update Feb. 2nd.
(new) Women to Women
Woman to Woman will be having a Valentine Fundraiser Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015 at 6:30 pm at Greater Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 1 Mt. Olive Street Street in Cartersville. Tickets are 20.00. For more information, contact Doris Callahan 678-736-0510.
The Alzheimer’s Association
Mid-Day Café –Wednesday, March 18th, 2015 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Little Rome Restaurant – Rome. For more information, contact Rebekah Davis @ 800-272-3900 or rdavis@alz.org. Registration for the above listed events is free, but required. Please call 800-272-3900 to register.
(new) Soul Sista’s Run, Inc and Department of Public Health
Ladies 1st Health & Wellness Fair will be held Saturday, March 28th, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.@ House of Liberty Church, 10 Womack Drive in Cartersville. Screenings include Blood Pressure and Glucose, Dental and Cholesterol. Information Booths include Always Best Care, Professional & Tax Services, Tanner Health Systems, Vibrational Cooking, Chriofit, LOJ FITCLUB, Ladies Fitness Club, Back 2 Life Wellness Studios, and New Life Health Services and Life Insurance. Free HPV Cancer Prevention Classes. Free Transportation: Call 404-590-3492. To download a flier, visit Bartow Collaborative website @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org – Weekly Update Feb. 2nd. For more information, contact http://www.soulsistasrun.org.
(all new) WORKSHOPS/CLASSES… Bartow College and Career Academy Bartow College and Career Academy will offer Into to Welding Course starting March 9th. Application deadline is Feb. 27th. Financial Aid is available, including the Strategic Industries Workforce Development Grant. Classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm. For more information, contact Carla Smith @
Carla.smith@chattahoocheeTech.edu or call 770-606-5800 ext. 3015. To download a flier, visit Bartow Collaborative website @ http://www.bartow.gafcp.org. – Weekly Update Feb. 2.
Addiction Solutions
Evidence-Based Training Series will be offered Donna Johnson, an internationally recognized trainer in the addiction and criminal justice fields. The series offers professionals the most recent treatment practices that are cost-effective. CE HOURS APPROVED / APPLIED ADACB-GA, LPCA, NASW and GACA. 2015 Course listings are available online @ http://www.addictionsolutions.org or by calling 770-714-7605.
Addiction, Personality Disorders, Trauma will be offered Monday, Feb 23rd, 2015 from 9:00 to 4:30 @ View Point Health Systems 175 Gwinnett Drive Lawrenceville, Ga. 6 CE Hours $69. This training will provide information on new trends in treatment of these disorders and how treatment professionals can manage these difficult behaviors. This training will discuss models used to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes utilizing Seeking Safety, CBT models, DBT and Motivational Interviewing in a multi-systemic approach and how new medications can also assist treatment.
Evidence-Based Practices : The Neurobiology and Pharmacology of Addiction will be held Saturday Feb. 28th, 2015 from 9:00 to 4:30 @ Cartersville Civic Center, 435 West Main Street Cartersville, Ga. 6 CE Hours $69. This training provides participants and opportunity to look at the process of changing brain chemistry to enable them to adapt appropriate treatment protocols that match changing brain chemistry. It will also show the process of triggers and cravings and how those affect the process of recovery and relapse. Understand brain interactions, relapse potential and how neurotransmitters impact the process of addiction
Evidence-Based Practices: The Assessment and Screening of Substance Use Disorders will be held on Saturday, March 14th, 2015 from 9:00 to 4:30 @ Cartersville Civic Center, 435 West Main Street Cartersville, Ga 6 CE Hours $69. This training will specifically focus on assessment tools which are used for various populations such as addiction, criminal justice, adolescent and co-occurring and how those needs differ. This will include criteria for evaluation, significance of diagnostic and lab reports, stages of withdrawal, utilizing stages of change and determining severity of patients.
Legal and Ethical Issues In Addiction Treatment will be held on Friday, March 27th, 2015 from 9:00 to 4:30 @ View Point Health Systems 175 Gwinnett Drive Lawrenceville, Ga. 6 CE Hours $69. This training will provide detailed information on how professionals, community service workers, peer specialist and case managers can navigate these complicated legal issues. We will review the differences in HIPAA laws and CFR 42 and the requirements that must be followed by all professionals. We will also discuss specific issues around Duty to Warn, ethics and how professionals must respond to ethical challenges in a growing and ever changing system that now includes electronic treatment issues. The training will also provide information on requirements and new topics of information regarding treatment and electronic therapy and support.
NOTEWORTHY…
Bartow Collaborative serves as a communication hub for community partners such as nonprofits, social service agencies, faith based organizations, local, state and federal entities, businesses, support groups, and local programs and projects which support issues pertaining to children and families in our community. Agencies and individuals may submit announcements or events to be included in weekly eblast or social media avenues. Content may be edited as needed. Programs sponsored, hosted or facilitated by Bartow Collaborative will be specifically noted.

News, updates and important things happening in Bartow County Georgia

REMINDER… Bartow Collaborative will not meet in Decembe. Our monthly meetings will resume on Friday, January 23rd. More details to follow.
NOTEWORTHY…
Bartow Collaborative serves as a communication hub for community partners such as nonprofits, social service agencies, faith based organizations, local, state and federal entities, businesses, support groups, and local programs and projects which support issues pertaining to children and families in our community. Agencies and individuals may submit announcements or events to be included in weekly eblast or social media avenues. Content may be edited as needed. Programs sponsored, hosted or facilitated by Bartow Collaborative will be specifically noted.
WISH TO VOLUNTER THIS HOLIDAY? Salvation Army contact Michelle Wilson @ 770-386-6256.
Annual Toyo Tire Bartow Community Christmas Luncheon, Dec. 20th contact Tina Jennings at 678-899-9525 or tina@panamacitycondovacations.com.
PARTNER ANNOUNCEMENTS…
Goodwill of North Georgia
The December Multi-Employer Job Fair will be held on Thursday, December 11th from 10:00am – 12:30pm, with lunch immediately following. To download a registration form or The December calendar, visit http://www.bartow.gafcp.org, Weekly Update Dec. 1st. If you have employed any individuals from any of the previous job fairs, please contact James Benham (770) 276-7036 or jbenham@ging.org for their annual reports.
The 6th Annual Toyo Tire Bartow Community Christmas Luncheon will be held Saturday, Dec. 20th from 11:00am – 2:00pm at the Cartersville Civic Center, 435 W Main St in Cartersville. For more information, contact Tina Jennings at 678-899-9525 or tina@panamacitycondovacations.com.
(new)The Alzheimer’s Association
Mid-Day Café –Thursday, January 15th, 2015 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm @ United Community Bank Community Room – 4000 Appalachian Highway in Blue Ridge; Thursday, February, 19th, 2015 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at Pickens County Community Center Room 3 – 1329 Camp Road in Jasper; Wednesday March 18th, 2015 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Little Rome Restaurant – 1201 North 3rd Avenue Jasper.
Legal & Financial Planning – Thursday, February 26th, 2015 from 1:00 pm -3:30 pm
Mercy Care of Rome and Thursday, March 12th, 2015 from 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Community and Southern Bank in Blue Ridge.
Foundations of Dementia Care Training for Professional Caregivers will be held January 7th & 8th , 2015 @ Rome-Floyd County Library.
Living With Alzheimer’s Disease (an 8-week series) will begin on Tuesdays at 10:00 starting February 3. These programs will be held at the Alzheimer’s Association (922 East Morris Street, Dalton). February 3, 10, & 17 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm: Early stage (for those in the early stage of the disease as well as their care partners). February 24, March 3 & 10 @ 10:00 am -12:00 pm: Middle stage (for caregivers of people in the middle stage of Alzheimer’s). March 17 & 24 @ 10:00 am -12:00 pm: Late stage (for caregivers of those in the late stage of the disease).
Aging & Disability Resource Connection and the Alzheimer’s Association will offer their Annual Caregiver Conference on April 30, 2015. The deadline for sponsorship is March 16, 2015. The deadline to be an exhibitor is March 31, 2015 and the deadline for individual registration is April 15, 2015. Exhibitors are welcome to provide a door prize to be given away the day of the conference. Door prizes will be for family caregivers. In order to simplify the process, each exhibitor will handle the drawing for his/her door prize at his/her table.
To download registration forms, visit http://www.bartow.gafcp.org, Weekly Update Dec. 1. For more information, contact Rebekah Davis @ 800-272-3900 or rdavis@alz.org
Registration for the above listed events is free, but required. Please call 800-272-3900 to register.
MUST Ministries
MUST Ministries Housing Services are centralizing all requests for assistance to determine the housing needs in the communities served. If you receive a phone call inquiring about housing, or if you have a client that may require an assessment for housing services with Must Ministries, please direct those inquiries to 770-790-3911 (ext. 1171) or send emails to housingservices@mustministries.org.
Bartow Health Access
The Louis B. Tonsmeire, Sr., Clinic introduces Dr. Alan Barnes providing Family Practice. The clinic is located at 31 Pointe North (across Tennessee Street from the movie theater)
in Cartersville. Hours of operation include Monday, 12pm-8pm, Tuesday, 9am-5pm and Wednesday, 12pm-8pm. $45 per visit, with a sliding fee scale based on income. Please call for appointment 678-535-7216. Behavioral Health for adults and youth are also available through Highland Rivers by calling 1-800-729-5700. Bartow County Social Services are also available Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm. Call for appointment @ 770- 387-5133.

Results of Turkey Trot 2014

We have received the results of everyone’s time who ran in this year’s Turkey Trot and have included them below as linked .PDFs. Congratulations to all who participated! Happy Thanksgiving!!

2014 TT Results Male Overall

2014 TT Results Male Age Group

2014 TT Results Female Overall

2014 TT Results Female Age Group

 

Happy Holiday’s from United Way of Bartow County

Happy Holiday's from United Way of Bartow County

2013 TURKEY TROT PHOTO SHOW!!!!!!!!!!!!

For a full photo show of Saturday’s 8th annual Turkey Trot visit http://www.photoshow.com/watch/iX6nY9nD?language=enu?source=em_ps_show_recipient

Thank you DON and SCOTT McCLELLAN for taking pictures!!!

Turkey Trot 2013 overall MALE Results. Way to go Troy Hickom for being Top Male Turkey this year!!

Place Time AG Last Name First Name Age
001 17:10.07 15 to 19 Hickom Troy 18
002 17:14.71 15 to 19 Fields Spencer 16
003 18:20.18 11 to 14 Windham Jake 14
004 18:38.94 15 to 19 Jenkins Caeleb 16
005 19:02.01 20 to 24 Zorca Tim 22
006 19:54.18 40 to 44 Ponder Jarrod 42
007 20:06.80 11 to 14 Holloway Jonathan 13
008 20:24.86 50 to 54 Obrien Walter 53
009 20:44.53 15 to 19 Harris Alan 19
010 21:17.53 35 to 39 Chaffee Paul 37
011 21:25.82 40 to 44 Henderson Charlie 44
012 21:40.54 30 to 34 Kleimann Aaron 34
013 22:00.49 40 to 44 Fields Jayson 44
014 22:09.01 40 to 44 Monroe Rob 44
015 22:16.91 40 to 44 McKinney Kyle 42
016 22:37.40 25 to 29 Roblero Fredi 28
017 22:45.95 50 to 54 Zorca Andy 52
018 23:27.97 45 to 49 Hood Jeff 48
019 23:38.99 45 to 49 Woodring Andy 47
020 23:42.61 20 to 24 Hersch Doug 24
021 23:46.74 55 to 59 Silver Ricky 56
022 23:48.84 50 to 54 Cagle Larry 53
023 23:52.59 60 to 64 Hosmer Gary 62
024 23:59.25 45 to 49 Golden Doug 48
025 24:02.13 55 to 59 Brauninger Steve 57
026 24:02.82 25 to 29 Moody Matt 29
027 24:07.73 11 to 14 Shaw Griffin 12
028 24:10.35 20 to 24 Silver Ben 22
029 24:21.14 60 to 64 Oblinger David 63
030 25:01.26 11 to 14 McKinney Travis 12
031 25:10.79 30 to 34 Gambill Matthew 34
032 25:18.07 11 to 14 Powell Eric 13
033 25:21.90 35 to 39 Rives Jim 39
034 25:22.35 30 to 34 Simpson Jacob 31
035 25:25.95 45 to 49 Callihan Ron 49
036 25:28.73 35 to 39 Spinks Travis 39
037 25:32.02 10&Under Whited Gage 6
038 25:32.83 65 to 69 Vest Anthony 66
039 25:37.58 45 to 49 Tracy Peter 48
040 26:08.45 30 to 34 Hall James 34
041 26:11.96 30 to 34 Lowe Tim 33
042 26:39.16 15 to 19 Fletcher Tristan 17
043 26:56.30 30 to 34 Arenas Daniel 31
044 27:00.95 11 to 14 Kent Kyler 11
045 27:06.78 65 to 69 Brookshire Jim 68
046 27:09.90 50 to 54 Strange Derek 51
047 27:12.71 45 to 49 Walker Jim 49
048 27:26.38 40 to 44 Thurman Rob 41
049 28:12.63 11 to 14 Williamson Aaron 12
050 28:17.69 35 to 39 McGraw Kevin 36
051 28:20.74 45 to 49 Purvis Chris 47
052 28:47.23 55 to 59 Hogan Brian 56
053 28:55.33 60 to 64 Klingman Gary 61
054 29:11.03 35 to 39 Wright Bucky 38
055 29:11.54 10&Under Wright Davis 8
056 29:11.54 55 to 59 Waddell Eddie 59
057 29:16.64 30 to 34 Garcia Michael 34
058 29:26.81 70 to 74 Robarge William 73
059 29:28.49 30 to 34 Roblero Leonahi 30
060 29:29.44 65 to 69 Hayes Larry 65
061 30:09.58 55 to 59 Hastings Fred 59
062 30:09.58 60 to 64 Struss Eberhard 60
063 30:10.34 60 to 64 Hilbig Peter 63
064 30:30.07 10&Under Southern Will 10
065 31:33.83 65 to 69 Watkins David 68
066 32:02.12 15 to 19 Wills Hunter 18
067 32:25.13 50 to 54 Clark Scott 51
068 32:42.85 45 to 49 Williams John 45
069 32:42.85 15 to 19 Callihan Michael 16
070 32:50.24 50 to 54 Hunt Todd 52
071 32:51.22 50 to 54 Greeson Kent 54
072 33:10.52 30 to 34 White Tommy 33
073 33:23.51 50 to 54 Baggett Richard 53
074 33:29.93 80 and over Silver Grady 83
075 33:30.85 25 to 29 Steele Chris 29
076 33:47.81 80 and over McClellan Don 82
077 34:05.40 45 to 49 Mazique Christophe 45
078 34:09.27 10&Under Bassler Kevin 10
079 34:39.32 40 to 44 Williams Keith 41
080 35:04.58 45 to 49 Grogan Jeff 49
081 35:11.21 35 to 39 Moss Shane 37
082 35:37.79 40 to 44 Psenicks Peter 42
083 35:41.92 11 to 14 Collum Treavor 11
084 35:52.52 50 to 54 Slemp Scott 51
085 36:04.47 60 to 64 Montana Armando 61
086 36:15.23 50 to 54 Planchet Stephen 52
087 36:44.74 50 to 54 Henderson Dale 53
088 37:36.91 10&Under Harwell Jackson 8
089 37:44.32 10&Under Shepard Asa 8
090 39:11.64 25 to 29 Sullivan Judson 26
091 39:40.13 20 to 24 Laime Jonathan 23
092 39:40.77 45 to 49 Stephens Darin 46
093 40:03.39 30 to 34 Sennett Jason 34
094 40:13.57 60 to 64 Silver Terry 61
095 40:46.32 11 to 14 Nichols Joseph 11
096 40:48.46 10&Under Roberts Steven 9
097 40:54.78 35 to 39 Roberts Jarrod 37
098 40:58.43 55 to 59 Lane Alan 55
099 42:26.16 65 to 69 Smallman Ernest 68
100 42:48.46 25 to 29 Tadajewski Anthony 29
101 42:55.17 50 to 54 Bohac Donald 50
102 42:55.60 11 to 14 Sandoz Ben 14
103 44:44.35 45 to 49 Sandoz Matt 47
104 45:06.88 45 to 49 Drake Fred 46
105 45:35.48 10&Under Gramza Nathan 10
106 47:22.77 50 to 54 Ericksen Bill 50
107 47:23.19 50 to 54 McClendon Ron 51
108 51:42.79 50 to 54 Endress Robert 54
109 58:53.51 55 to 59 Hager Carlos 59

Turkey Trot 2013 Female overall results. Way to go Sara Morrison for being TOP FEMALE TURKEY!!!!

Place Time AG Name Age

001 19:17.90 20 to 24 Morrison Sara 23
002 21:29.70 35 to 39 Hohl Rebecca 38
003 21:39.93 11 to 14 Evans Baylee 12
004 21:50.31 30 to 34 Spinks Sherry 33
005 22:48.64 15 to 19 Hardin Savannah 16
006 23:40.62 40 to 44 Whitlock Karen 44
007 23:40.98 11 to 14 Spinks Cheyenne 12
008 23:43.59 40 to 44 Calcaterra Anna 42
009 23:48.69 10&Under Evans Rylee 9
010 24:02.66 35 to 39 Mulkey Tracy 37
011 24:23.64 30 to 34 Schmidt Amy 34
012 25:18.14 35 to 39 Cash Libby 36
013 25:19.10 15 to 19 Payne Amelia 15
014 25:26.53 30 to 34 Burns Nicole 31
015 25:28.45 35 to 39 Hand Tania 38
016 25:36.15 11 to 14 Kim Brianna 11
017 25:59.22 45 to 49 Shaw Page 47
018 25:59.70 30 to 34 Effner Amber 34
019 26:00.51 25 to 29 Frankovsky Mary 26
020 26:15.41 40 to 44 Fields Katherine 44
021 26:20.32 45 to 49 Tynes Sarah 47
022 26:35.41 60 to 64 Heidt Nancy 60
023 26:36.06 30 to 34 Steele Danielle 32
024 27:04.40 11 to 14 Hyde Ansley 13
025 28:03.77 25 to 29 Arenas Courtney 28
026 28:18.20 50 to 54 Zorca Brenda 51
027 28:33.33 35 to 39 McGraw Jenny 35
028 28:37.57 35 to 39 Purvis Jen 37
029 28:39.54 30 to 34 Mathis Liz 33
030 28:46.97 60 to 64 Watkins Raeanne 60
031 29:10.30 65 to 69 Eyer Susanne 65
032 29:13.94 40 to 44 Williams Yevette 43
033 29:15.54 45 to 49 McCord Gwen 45
034 29:18.32 40 to 44 Stover Nicole 40
035 29:23.06 10&Under Jones Callie 10
036 29:28.89 40 to 44 McDevitt Jacqueline 41
037 29:29.99 11 to 14 Jenkins Amber 12
038 29:32.74 30 to 34 Moody Sara 30
039 29:34.11 10&Under Spinks McKinsey 10
040 29:40.72 25 to 29 Baggett Melissa 25
041 29:44.52 30 to 34 Simpson Gina 31
042 29:50.56 35 to 39 Moore Kimberly 37
043 29:53.67 30 to 34 Hastings Abby 30
044 29:56.34 20 to 24 Putman Laura 23
045 30:10.98 30 to 34 Smith Niki 30
046 30:17.23 55 to 59 Johnston Jan 57
047 30:29.17 55 to 59 Czekalla Dana 56
048 30:45.61 10&Under Whited Ava 10
049 30:49.46 10&Under Livingston Rylie Kate 9
050 31:02.07 60 to 64 Hayes Mary 64
051 31:10.72 35 to 39 Mackie Lauren 35
052 31:12.11 10&Under Brassler Kiconco 8
053 31:26.08 50 to 54 Sisk Debra 50
054 31:27.67 65 to 69 Williamson Marie 66
055 31:37.69 50 to 54 Carter Diane 51
056 31:38.48 50 to 54 Skidmore Kay 50
057 31:50.25 11 to 14 King Kaylee 13
058 32:01.22 25 to 29 Greer Kim 29
059 32:06.54 15 to 19 Holtzclaw Haley 16
060 32:12.32 15 to 19 Bearden Bailey 16
061 32:37.55 35 to 39 Hudgins Amy 39
062 32:39.18 50 to 54 Vest Sandra 52
063 32:40.53 55 to 59 Lussia Ellen 57
064 32:43.17 30 to 34 Palmer Callie 31
065 32:44.37 25 to 29 Henderson Meghann 26
066 32:51.18 50 to 54 Alderman Christine 51
068 32:53.99 35 to 39 Grazer Jennifer 35
069 32:54.48 30 to 34 Jackson Alesha 34
070 32:57.11 25 to 29 Kelsey Tiffany 29
071 32:57.61 35 to 39 Jackson Tracie 37
072 33:28.11 35 to 39 Brookshire Katherine 37
073 33:37.12 40 to 44 Carson Cecelia 40
074 33:38.17 11 to 14 Livingston Kenzie 11
075 33:38.64 10&Under Albrecht Audrey 8
076 33:55.97 40 to 44 Albrecht Theresa 40
077 33:56.70 45 to 49 Glenn Sandra 45
078 33:57.55 35 to 39 Ospina Isabel 39
079 34:02.58 45 to 49 Hall Monique 46
080 34:25.34 40 to 44 Downey Lee Ann 41
081 34:31.73 35 to 39 Calvert Jenifer 39
082 34:37.12 50 to 54 Burke Kelly 50
083 34:38.88 40 to 44 Garland Sandi 42
084 34:39.76 40 to 44 Valdez Jenny 44
085 34:54.94 35 to 39 Williams Randi 49
086 34:55.79 40 to 44 Dowdy Lisa 44
087 34:56.94 20 to 24 Robson Haleigh 21
088 34:58.22 30 to 34 Brock Tamara 33
089 34:58.82 45 to 49 Greeson Debbie 49
090 34:59.48 45 to 49 Brazinski Jennifer 45
091 35:07.59 50 to 54 Johnston Debbi 53
092 35:13.20 35 to 39 Bassler Kate 39
093 35:32.80 50 to 54 Frady Lavonna 52
094 35:33.08 11 to 14 Kim Elizabeth 11
095 35:44.95 10&Under Shaw Mia 10
096 36:25.29 25 to 29 Early Sharon 26
097 36:44.27 30 to 34 Plummer Jennifer 32
098 37:15.22 45 to 49 Whitfield Pamela 45
099 37:28.77 30 to 34 Pate Kerri 30
100 37:38.86 60 to 64 Tatum Lynn 61
101 37:43.92 11 to 14 Sandoz Dorothy 12
102 37:47.76 35 to 39 Livingston Sherri 38
103 37:52.78 30 to 34 Lingerfelt Jannielle 33
104 37:54.86 25 to 29 Webster Alicen 26
105 38:07.02 20 to 24 White Courtney 22
106 38:15.03 50 to 54 Powell Darlene 53
107 38:51.56 70 to 75 Woodring Charlotte 73
108 38:53.31 55 to 59 Endress Sharon 55
109 38:56.54 20 to 24 Putman Kathryn 21
110 39:12.39 25 to 29 Head Meredith 25
111 39:28.30 35 to 39 Roblero Julianna 37
112 39:28.62 30 to 34 Chaffee Alison 33
113 39:33.21 30 to 34 Barr Sarah 31
114 39:33.51 10&Under Doe Jane 10
115 39:37.91 25 to 29 Parris Jaime 27
116 39:40.51 10&Under Cremers Christina 9
117 39:41.19 45 to 49 Wells Sonja 45
118 39:41.73 20 to 24 Serrano- Contreras Carolina 21
119 39:56.46 10&Under Stephens Chalie 9
120 39:59.91 35 to 39 Emery Tonya 35
121 40:02.40 40 to 44 Cox Elena 44
122 40:13.32 35 to 39 Silver April 39
123 40:15.83 45 to 49 Cronan Melissa 45
124 40:23.54 40 to 44 Fletcher Alison 44
125 40:30.01 40 to 44 Nichols Crystal 44
126 40:32.27 50 to 54 Grayson Vickie 51
127 40:41.95 65 to 69 Hamby Patsy 67
128 40:49.66 25 to 29 Jones Tiffany 29
129 40:58.83 45 to 49 English Kelly 49
130 41:17.28 70 to 74 Webb Barbara 70
131 42:03.49 45 to 49 Williams Sharon 49
132 42:05.69 30 to 34 Witmer April 31
133 42:23.79 25 to 29 Hall Heather 28
134 42:25.35 30 to 34 Jones Erin 34
135 42:33.85 30 to 34 Parr Kayla 30
136 42:38.61 25 to 29 Tadajewski Amanda 28
137 42:49.15 30 to 34 Lowe Lisa 32
138 42:50.86 50 to 54 Bohac Laila 51
139 42:54.45 25 to 29 Cole Jessica 29
142 43:28.64 20 to 24 Mason Morgan 24
143 43:29.10 30 to 34 Mason Charlene 32
144 43:30.67 25 to 29 Keith Jessica 29
145 43:31.31 35 to 39 Harwell Miranda 37
146 44:16.98 45 to 49 Mazique Leslie 45
147 45:18.22 45 to 49 Yaeger Julie 47
148 45:26.56 50 to 54 Neubauer Colleen 51
149 45:32.15 45 to 49 Gramza Jennifer 45
150 45:34.62 40 to 44 Wilson Kim 44
153 45:47.64 35 to 39 Garrison Tara 35
155 45:52.23 30 to 34 Hammonds Angie 33
156 45:53.18 75 to 79 Patrick Anne 77
157 45:54.22 20 to 24 Little Tamara 20
158 45:58.57 25 to 29 Dye Brittany 26
159 46:03.31 25 to 29 Smith Katie 27
162 46:15.45 10&Under King Kierstan 10
163 47:09.22 60 to 64 Waddell Suellen 62
164 47:15.23 60 to 64 Johnson Joyce 62
165 47:22.77 45 to 49 Ericksen Jennifer 48
166 47:26.88 60 to 64 Harper Anne 61
167 47:32.67 55 to 59 Perry Mary Beth 55
168 47:44.03 45 to 49 Mitchell Sheri 47
169 47:45.08 40 to 44 Pointdexter Valarie 43
170 47:51.24 45 to 49 Stephens Amy 45
171 50:21.54 60 to 64 Gunter Shelia 60
172 50:22.06 35 to 39 Gray Colleen 38
173 50:22.87 11 to 14 Garland Haley 13
175 50:26.20 10&Under McClendon Trinity 9
176 50:26.83 50 to 54 Laughridge Claudia 53
177 50:35.98 10&Under Shepard Eliza 4
180 50:40.37 35 to 39 Shepard Leigh Anne 37
181 58:37.75 30 to 34 Kennon Misty 34
182 58:38.83 40 to 44 King Sara 42
183 58:42.69 55 to 59 Hager Teresa 56