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When schools, libraries, and non-profit organizations (i.e., boy scouts/girl scouts, sports teams, clinics, etc.) from the watershed need funds or volunteers, we will include requests for assistance on the eAngel Tree.  Potential sponsors of these efforts can view photographs showing the need (if applicable), a description of the need, how much it will cost, and an address so the funding can be sent directly to the group making the request.  The persons or organizations providing the funding can email their pledges and be recognized on the eAngel Tree.  Similarly, volunteer assistance can be pledged on the eAngel Tree.  Funding and assistance will also be recognized after the service is rendered or the funding is received.


Briceville People's Clinic

Funding Received or Service Rendered:

 

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Description of Need: The Briceville People's Clinic was closed due to lack of funding. The clinic needs to be opened to provide short-term medical and dental care until the Phase II Master Plan for the watershed can be implemented.

How Much It Will Cost:   To be determined.

bullet(Money or Service):
$5,000 -- by Geo/Environmental Associates, Inc. (in recognition of the past efforts of Engineer Gene White to improve the quality of life in the Coal Creek Watershed).

BRICEVILLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Description of Need:  Briceville Elementary School needs funding and volunteers to prepare its students to become engineers, scientists, doctors, and related professionals to complete the mission of CCWF.

How much it will cost:  To be determined.

Pledges:  (Money, service or items listed)

Other needs for Briceville Elementary School are:

bulletComputer Software
bulletPaper, pencils, copy paper, office supplies
bulletListening Center--Tape recorder with several headphones
bulletBooks for Classroom use
bulletWeekly Reader subscription for a class
bulletPostage Stamps to be used to write TruckerBuddy and send Flat Stanleys to other schools (Walmart Program)
bulletSmall toys (cars, bouncy balls, etc.) to be used as incentives
bulletCopy machine for office
bulletTeacher desk chairs
bulletKidney shaped table
bulletBook sets for new reading program
bulletGreenhouse outside for special lessons and projects
bulletCrayons and art supplies
bulletConstruction paper
bulletPhysical Education equipment
bulletTrees & shrubs for campus beautification
 

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BRICEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Lynette Seeber, Librarian, P.O. Box 361, Briceville, TN 37710-0361

Inside Briceville Friendship Center, St. Hwy. 116, 921 Andys Ridge Rd Phone #: 865-426-6220

Hours: Monday-Friday Noon to 6 P.M.

e-mail: bricevillepubliclibrary@comcast.net

website: www.orgsites.com/tn/briceville-public-library

Lynette Seeber has been the public librarian in the small community of Briceville since February 1996. Within that short time, she has witnessed many wonderful changes at the library: new computers, internet installation, new doorway, flooring and shelving; along with young adults graduating, families moving into the area, and adults using a computer for the first time. But, she has been made aware that some things stay the same. Not just necessary improvements, but trying to stay current, and simply maintaining what is at the library require continued donations of time and money.

School has started and the library is alive with after school activity. The computers offer students the opportunity to research and prepare presentations for homework. Adults find current information, and a collection of genealogy materials. The library offers a fax for sending and receiving. Lynette is a Notary. The library offers a large variety of reading material. The key word is quality not quantity. The shelves are bursting at the seams with wonderful books, but there is always a need for newer published materials.

The Briceville Public Library is a single room located inside the Friendship Center. The room is 20 X 22 feet, has no closets and is usually very crowded.

Lynette found a free website and has filled it with local items, links, and a page with a wish list of needed items. Any office supplies are always appreciated, not only for the library needs, but the library tries to provide notebooks, pencils, pens, and school project materials for students of all ages.

If you have activities that you sponsor each year, please consider adding a library to your list. Being outside the city, Briceville Public Library would appreciate any support you may offer.

You may contact Librarian Lynette Seeber at bricevillepubliclibrary@comcast.net  or at the phone number listed above. Or, contact us at bthacker2@coalcreekaml.com 

[Home] [Master Plan] [Map] [Photo Gallery]
[Bank Stabilization Projects]
[Deadwood Removal Days] [Discovery Day 2000] [Scrape, Paint & Clean Day 2000
[Historic Fraterville Mine Disaster Field Trip 2001] [Fraterville Mine Disaster 100th Anniversary]
[Coal Creek War and Mining Disasters] [Mine Reclamation Lessons]
[CMD] [Economic Benefits] [Motor Discovery Trail] [Historic Cemeteries]
[Partners] [Schools in Watershed] [Mark the Trail Day]
[Awards] [Coal Creek Health Days]
[Briceville School History Field Trips] [Ghost Stories]
[Trout Stuff] [Join Us] [Eastern Coal Region Roundtable]
[Articles in the News] [Dream Contest]

Copyrightę Coal Creek Watershed Foundation, Inc. 2000 through 2016
CELEBRATING OUR 16th YEAR!!