Child Abuse Prevention Breakfast

This annual event, held on April 12, 2017 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 youth art work raised $1,106.00, which benefits the artists.

  



The Citizens Advisory Committee

 



(From left) Jack Donahue Four Year Scholarship Winner Lavoya Jonelle Martin, Jack Donahue Two Year Scholarship Winner Joshua Board-Roberts and UNCF Alvin Hadley Scholarship Winner Wayne Tucker.

 



 TAP Youth Chandler with his Art Work

 



 FCCS Executive Director Chip Spinning

 

TAP Youth Alana with her Art Work

 



 Community Advocate Award Recipient Jen Montenaro

 



 (From left) FCCS Chief Financial Officer Alice Maddox, FCCS Executive Director Chip Spinning, Franklin County Commissioner Marilyn Brown and FCCS Board Member Tammy Wharton

 



 John O'Grady, president of the Franklin County Commissioners

 



FCCS Board Chair Necoll Russell-Washington

 



FCCS Adoptions Caseworker Jujuana McLean, Recipient of the 2017 Nancy Fitzgens Child Protection Award

 



FCCS Board Members Elon Simms and Timothy Ryan

 



(From left) Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Andrea Peeples, Franklin County Juvenille Court Judge James Brown and guests

 



Rising Up and Moving On Award Recipient Romesha Walker

 



Citizens Advisory Committee Award Recipient Sinuon Todd

 



Kinship Family Award Recipients Anna and Sam McDonald

 



Family Award Winners Greta Zeigler and her daughter Selena

 



Beth Berkemer accepts the the Community Advocate Award from FCCS Executive Director Chip Spinning on behalf of City Barbeque.

 



Linda Campbell accepts the Community Advocate Award from FCCS Executive Director Chip Spinning on behalf of Nationwide Retirement Plan.

 



Rodney Palmer accepts the Community Advocate Award from FCCS Executive Director Chip Spinning on behalf of PNC Bank.

 

 

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