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Honors Nomination

Honors Nomination

Do you have someone that you would like to nominate? We would love to hear who you have. The qualifications to be considered are: Be a pioneer or maker of black history in Cookeville, the Upper Cumberland and beyond Community service involvement Impact on the community in a significant and visible way Live in Putnam
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700 Club

700 Club

We are excited to launch a new “700” Club to help meet our phase 2 goal of $100,000. So far today we have raised over $30,000.  If we have 700 people to donate $100 each, we will easily surpass this goal.  If you have already donated to the Bohanon Scholarship Endowment, we thank you!  If
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Man Up

It is a weekly experience that provides an opportunity for male students (particularly students of color) to have open and honest conversation about issues that they face as young men on campus, in the community, and beyond. From there, the goal is for them to become better men, which will then cause them to be
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Sponsors

We would like to say thank you to this great community that has supported us from the very beginning. Without this great community IMPACT would not be what it is today. Also, to our sponsors – Bline Designs Hooper-Huddleston Horner Funeral Home Tony Marable Mystique Productions Eklipse Creative    

Contact Us

Contact Us

Contact us   If you have any questions or wanting more information never hesitate to reach out to us.   Email: Impact.Cookevilletn@gmail.com   Phone: (931) 783-1181 Address: P.O. Box 951                Cookeville, TN 38503-0951 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImpactCookeville To be added to our email list click here

Voter Education Night

We are hosting a voter education night on July 24, 2014 at 6pm. The location will be trinity Baptist located on Broad Street.  The purpose of this night will be for the local candidates that are running for local offices to come out and meet locals of the community. There will be refreshments and time
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Juneteenth Celebration

The Juneteenth Celebration is designed to heighten awareness of the process leading to the complete freedom of slaves and particularly the arrival of General Gordon Grainger and his Union Troops in Galveston Texas on June 19th 1865. It was not until then that news that the war was over and slaves were indeed free reached
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