Christian Cooperative Ministry Event
Christian Cooperative Ministry (CCM) hosted a re-dedication program and open house to mark its 35 years of service to the community.
Not only is CCM one of the busiest partner agencies of Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, it is also one of Second Harvest’s oldest partner agencies.
In 2016, CCM distributed 5,635 emergency food boxes that fed 14,035 people for three days. In addition, CCM provided more than 4,000 sack lunches to homeless individuals and distributed 13,700 items of clothing.
Second Harvest’s Jaynee Day attended to offer her thanks and congratulations to CCM, its supporters, staff and volunteers. State Representative Bill Beck presented a proclamation recognizing CCM for its 35 years of service.
Stephanie McCullough, director of the mayor’s office of Community Outreach and Engagement, brought greetings from Mayor Megan Barry.
Among the people attending the event were: Jim Neely, Johnny Carver, Bill Blanton, Lorene Douglas, Tracey Alderdice, Emily Grammer, and Kathy Carneal.