Child Abuse Prevention Breakfast

This annual event, held on April 10, 2019 and hosted by FCCS and its Citizens Advisory Committee highlighted child abuse prevention and the accomplishments of social work professionals, client families, youth and community advocates. In addition, college scholarships were awarded to agency youth. A silent auction of artwork created by youth in FCCS's Therapeutic Arts Program raised $685.00 to benefit the artists.


Artwork created by youth involved in FCCS's Therapeutic Arts Program (TAP) was auctioned during the event.


TAP Youth Ohnicah with Her Artwork


TAP Youth Jamauryion with His Artwork


 Rising Up and Moving On Award Winner Zachary Gross


 Kinship Appreciation Award Winner Jennifer Breitigan and Family


Family Achievement Award Recipient Tamara Moreno (third left) and Family


 Jack Donahue Two-Year Scholarship Winner James Kemp


 Rising Up and Moving On Award Winner Jeniffer Castillo-Lugo


 Siblings Jack Donahue Four-Year Scholarship Winner Kaseem Norton and UNCF Alvin Hadley Scholarship Winner Mikala Norton


Nancy Fitzgivens Child Protection Award Winner Megan Stokes (center) with Her Parents and FCCS Coworkers Frederick and Bobbie Thomas


(From left) Franklin County Engineer Cornell Robertson and Franklin County Board of Commissioners President Marilyn Brown


Darlene Hill, news anchor at NBC4 serves as emcee.


Citizens Advisory Committee Member Dr. Mary Bynum and 2014 Jack Donahue Scholarship Winner Joshua Hatch


FCCS Citizens Advisory Committee


FCCS Executive Director Chip M. Spinning

Citizens Advisory Committee Award Winner Lydia Miller
Chip Spinning (left) presents the Community Advocate Award to Chip Ramsey representing GET DOT.

(Right) Community Advocate Award Winner Amy Swanson,
Representing United HealthCare

 Citizens Advisory Committee Award Winner Deborrha Armstrong (second left)

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