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Being a Tattnall Trojan is not something that happens during school hours only. It’s a way of life! Students are encouraged to explore as many opportunities as possible so they can truly discover their passions!

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Community Service

Students needing community service and wanting free food should see Coach Whetsel ASAP about working concessions for elementary football.

Goodwill is forming a Goodwill Youth Ambassadors program at Tattnall.  Interested students are invited to attend a meeting at Tattnall on October 18 at 3:15.  The meeting will last about 20 minutes and students will get free pizza and 1 hour of community service for attending the meeting.  A Goodwill representative will discuss the program, their mission, and their services so that the students can be ambassadors and help spread their mission.

The Fuller Center for Housing is in need of volunteers throughout the year.  They are a non-profit organization that helps disabled people and those in need by doing home repairs and yard work. Students may also learn useful skills from volunteering with this organization.  Visit www.FullerCenter.org for volunteer opportunities or contact Dianne Fuller at [email protected] .

The Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia is always in need of volunteers.  Contact Event Manager, Amy at [email protected] or call 478-845-7596 for more information on volunteering.

Heartland Hospice is in need of volunteers to spend time with hospice patients and to be a lending hand to their families.  For more information, contact Jovan French Jolley, volunteer recruiter, at 477-0101 or 365-9678.

Homestead Hospice is in need of volunteers.  Contact Margaret Dudley at 478-971-1099 or [email protected] for more information.

Hospice Care Options is in need of volunteers.  Contact Tammie Malone or Richard Weires, volunteer coordinators at 743-3033 or 800-53-8680.

The Muscular Dystrophy Association is in need of volunteers year round, Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm.  Contact Kimberly Turner at 471-9090 or [email protected] if interested in volunteering.

High school seniors who are interested in areas of business, marketing, social service, psychology, and counseling are needed to volunteer at the Southern Center for Choice Theory.  For more information, email [email protected]thesoutherncenterforchoicetheory. com or call 478-471-7785.


The Fuller Center for Housing is in need of volunteers throughout the year.  Visit www.FullerCenter.org for volunteer opportunities or contact Betty Ragland at 737-1118 or [email protected].

The Rescue Mission of Middle Georgia is always in need of volunteers. Contact Event Manager, Niki Collis at niki@rescuemissionga.com or call 478-845-7596 for more information on volunteering.

Heartland Hospice is in need of volunteers to spend time with hospice patients and to be a lending hand to their families. For more information, contact Jovan French Jolley, volunteer recruiter, at 477-0101 or 365-9678.

The Muscular Dystrophy Association is in need of volunteers year round, Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm. Contact Kimberly Turner at 471-9090 or kturner@mdausa.org if interested in volunteering.

High school seniors who are interested in areas of business, marketing, social service, psychology, and counseling are needed to volunteer at the Southern Center for Choice Theory. For more information, email bpowell@thesoutherncenterforchoicetheory.com or call 478-471-7785.

Homestead Hospice is in need of volunteers. Contact Margaret Dudley at 478-971-1099 or MDudley@HomesteadHospice.net for more information.

 

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