National Day of Service Effort by The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro at Kymari House

Nov 03, 2021 at 03:57 pm by WGNS

Exchange Club of Murfreesboro Members Charlie Pigg; Rob Jacobs; Shirley Schuette; Club President Brian Hongsermeier; Melissa Blair Wright; Mike Gann

The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro performed service work at Kymari House on the National day of Service, Saturday - October 23rd. Club Members gathered to spruce up the outsides with pulling weeds, putting down mulch, trimming bushes, pressure washing some areas, placing mums on the porch for a Fall look. This effort helps save financial needs of Kymari House so they can better provide services to children and families. Kymari House works for the prevention of child abuse which is the national project of The Exchange Club.

The mission at Kymari House is to build strong families, informed communities, and resilient children. The organization provides connection and safety to vulnerable children through supervised visitation, co-parenting education, and therapeutic groups. Kymari House works closely with the court system and other community and governmental agencies to identify children at risk and provide services that help them remain safe and supported.

The staff at Kymari House, Inc. are passionate about keeping kids connected to their families, and they work hard to create an environment where kids can be safe, happy and loved.  In other words, where kids can just be kids.

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About the Exchange Club

For more information on The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro follow them on Facebook and visit The local Club was chartered in 1951 and meets Wednesday at Noon at Through the Grapevine for lunch and a program. Their Mission Statement: Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live. Core Values are: Family, Community, Country. The Club’s vision is: A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.

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