Headstart Bean Station

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Headstart Bean Station
Headstart Bean Station is listed in the Child Care Services category in Bean Station, Tennessee. Displayed below is the only current social network for Headstart Bean Station which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Headstart Bean Station on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Headstart Bean Station is:
450 Ella Cir
Bean Station, TN 37708
(865) 993-7734
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Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc. shared Talent Search DCEA's post.
In honor of National Trio Day, Scott County Talent Search Adviser Jared Adkins put together a food drive as an act of community service. Talent Search students in grades 7th-12th came together to help out by collecting and distributing the non-perishable food items. Jared’s students collected 258 items during the month of February to be donated to the Outreach Ministry Food Bank located in Pioneer of Scott County. The items donated were very much appreciated and helpful to families in need, especially in the late winter months.

Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc. shared Meals on Wheels America's video.
In less than one week, hundreds of local Meals on Wheels programs across the country will reach out to their communities to build the support to enable them to deliver nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks to America's seniors all year long. Will you March with us?

Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc. shared Upward Bound's photo.
Student Success- Kati Hurd, Cherokee High School “It has been a dream of mine to attend Berea College for most of my high school career. I have always admired the school but after touring it in the fall I fell in love with the campus and programs that they offer. I feel incredibly blessed to be able to say that I’ll be going to a college where I don’t have to worry about student loans because of Berea’s tuition-free promise. Berea also has a labor program where students work 10-12 hours a week. This will give me work experience and money for everyday expenses. I’d like to thank my family, friends, and teachers for their constant encouragement. I’m especially grateful towards the Upward Bound program for everything they’ve helped me achieve. I have no idea where I would be without my adviser, Abby Tackett, beside me through every step of the way. I’m so excited to attend Berea in the fall and it has been an honor to serve as your Hawkins County Upward Bound Ambassador!” #trioworks Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc.

Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc. shared Upward Bound's photo.
Student Success - Sarah Blalock, Wartburg Central High School Even though I applied to several colleges, I knew the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) was where I wanted to spend the next four years of my life studying Mathematics Education and Drama. I consider myself tremendously fortunate to have been accepted to such an amazing school. I received the Volunteer scholarship for $6,000 a year totaling $24,000 for four years, and I couldn't have done this without the Upward Bound program - I feel beyond blessed for all the help I received! #trioworks Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc.

Douglas-Cherokee Economic Authority, Inc. shared Talent Search DCEA's post.
Scott County-Robbins Elementary Talent Search students had a great time exploring Wonderworks today!