Entertainment By: Bill Pinkney's Original Drifters
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 6:30 pm
Location: The Chattanooga Convention Center
What is the table cost?
• Table of 8 - $1,000
• Individual tickets - $100
What are the sponsorship levels?
• Corporate – $2,500
• Associate – $5,000
• Presenting – $7,500
Presented by Atlantic Capital Bank
Spirit of Achievement Award
The Spirit of Achievement Award is presented to companies who have committed themselves to the students of Chattanooga and North Georgia by supporting Junior Achievement of Chattanooga for more than 25 years. This honoree has shown their dedication to Junior Achievement with either a monetary gift and/or classroom volunteers, in an effort to advance JA’s mission of inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy.
Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel
Past Honorees: Ardent Mills (formerly Horizon Milling), AT&T , Bank of America, BI-LO, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, Brock Insurance Agency, Chattem, Chattanooga Armature Works, Chattanooga Coca-Cola Bottling, Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory & Florist, Economy Honda, Elder’s Ace Hardware, EMJ Construction, EPB, First Tennessee, Fischer Evans, Henderson, Hutcherson & McCullough, Joseph Decosimo & Company, Gordon’s Cleaners, IBM, INVISTA, Krystal, Lawson Electric, Mauldin & Jenkins (formerly Hazlett, Lewis & Bieter), McKee Foods Corporation, Regions Bank, Rock-Tenn Company, Sara Lee Bakery Group, Serodino, Inc., Southern Champion Tray, SunTrust, Tennessee American Water, Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union, Top Flight, Unum
THE JOHN G. KAIN, IV CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP AWARD
Mr. John Kain was one of the founding board members for Junior Achievement of Chattanooga in 1960. He was Chairman of the Board from 1960-1962 and also served on the National Board of Junior Achievement, Inc. The John G. Kain, IV Corporate Citizenship Award is designed to honor three (3) companies for their exemplary volunteer support of Junior Achievement and commitment to education.
The 2017 event recognized six (6) companies for two fiscal years (2015-2016) and (2016-2017) due to moving the event from March to October.
The following two companies were honored for the "most completed programs taught by their volunteers":
Tennessee Valley Authority (2015-2016)
The following four companies were honored for the greatest net increase of completed programs taught by their volunteers over the previous year:
BlueCross BlueShield of TN (2015-2016)
THE W. MAX FINLEY VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Mr. W. Max Finley was one of the founding Junior Achievement board members in 1960. He exemplified the giving spirit with his commitment to making a difference for the citizens in the Chattanooga community. This award recognizes an individual who has a passion to positively impact the lives of our future leaders. They are an exemplary leader in our community dedicated to the value of sharing their time and talent to benefit Junior Achievement of Chattanooga, Inc.
2017 Award Recipient:
Ms. Rhonda Moore
Past Honorees: Mr. Jay Baumgardner, Blood Assurance; Mr. Ken Jones, EPB; Ms. Cherie Davis, Tennessee valley Federal Credit Union, Ms. Sharon Loving
THE TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD
Junior Achievement’s Teacher of the Year Award shines the spotlight on a true unsung hero. Daily, they are encouraging young people to dream big and reach their full potential. This honoree has a unique ability to not only educate students, but inspire them as well. By hosting JA, the recipient of this award brings positive role models into the classroom and opens up a world of endless possibilities for their students.
Ms. Donna Taheri, The Howard School
ﾠFor more information, contact Renee Penney, Special Events Director for Junior Achievement of Chattanooga, Inc.
at (423) 892-4488 or via e-mail at email@example.com.