(MURFREESBORO) The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro donated $750 to the Tennessee Fisher House Foundation. It is a "home away from home" for families of veterans who are undergoing treatment at the Alvin C. York VA Medical Center.
Guest are housed in one of the 12 suites in the 10,000 square foot home. Rooms are secured and contain lodging with television and a computer. Meals are provided by the Tennessee Fisher House. There is a library, entertainment room dining room, washer / dryer, front porch, back patio with a grill, a gazebo and plenty of parking. In the case of inclement weather or guest not having the ability to walk to the VA Medical Center, a golf cart is available for shuttle to and from the facility.
Those using the Tennessee Fisher House must be referred by the Social Worker at the VA Medical Center. Lodging is then coordinated with the House Manager Becky Wood. There are some "distance requirements" for guests using the facilities. The Tennessee Fisher House is not a "motel" as there must be a connection with the VA Medical Center.
For more information on The Tennessee Fisher House Inc., visit www.TennesseeFisherHouse.org and on Facebook. The House is part of The Fisher House Foundation network, and information can be found at www.FisherHouse.org and on Facebook.
Exchange Club's Vision is "A strong America, safe communities, and unified people." The Mission Statement is "Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live." More information on the national organization please visit NationalExchangeClub.org
The Murfreesboro Exchange Club meets Tuesday's at 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Through the Grapevine for a meal and program. Membership is $60.00 per month and includes meals. For more information find The Exchange Club of Murfreesboro on Facebook.