The Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus Tours program was created in 2008 in loving memory of a remarkable little girl named Cheyenne. She loved visiting the Magical Forest, sharing laughter and hugs with her friends, and connecting with the wonderful people with intellectual disabilities Opportunity Village serves.
Opportunity Village is happy to know that Cheyenne will forever watch over the Magical Forest and the very special children who visit. Cheyenne’s Magical School Bus Tours provides a Magical Forest field trip experience to first grade students from Clark County School District’s most at-risk Title I schools. While youngsters are given the chance to frolic in the excitement of the holiday season, lessons of inclusiveness, acceptance and disability awareness are also incorporated into the day of fun – making it a most merry and meaningful visit to Opportunity Village and the Magical Forest. Through interactions with the wonderful people Opportunity Village serves, classmates and teachers alike, we remind kids how simple it is to Just Be Nice!
Date to be announced
2019 will mark the 18th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks.
The extraordinary attacks on September 11, 2001 in New York City and Washington DC, and the downing of a hijacked plane in Pennsylvania, shook the nation and had global consequences. But for the people living in the towns and cities where the attacks actually occurred, the day has a particularly powerful resonance.
What Happened: Four jet planes were hijacked on September 11 2001 by nineteen Al Queda suicide bombers who were terrorist operatives. The targets were iconic. Two planes were intentionally crashed into New York City’s World Trade Center North and South Towers, causing their collapse. A third plane crashed into the Pentagon in Washington. A fourth plane crashed in Bucks County in Western Pennsylvania, when passengers fought the highjackers for control of the cockpit.
Over three thousand civilians lost their lives on September 11. Millions more, including thousands of firsts responders, were impacted by the events of that day, in ways both measurable and immeasurable. Many suffered shock and trauma, the loss of loved ones, businesses destroyed. First responders and rescue team members also suffered ongoing health consequences from working at the site of the World Trade Center.
The entire nation mourns the victims of September 11th, 2001. But because history happens at a very specific time and place, the sites of the attacks hold a special significance.
Texas Firewalkers will honor those 343 FDNY Firefighters that passed away on 9-11-2001 by having participants carrying all 343 accountability tags for the FDNY firefighters. We will also honor the 2018 Texas First Responder Line of Duty Deaths. We are trying to fill all 343 spots this year and we need your support to accomplish this by registering to climb 110 flight of stairs. The event is open to First Responders, Fitness Clubs, Organizations and the general public.
Please visit http://tfwstairclimb.org/index.html for more information and to register.God Bless America!
In an effort to support local fire servicemen, Paul Davis will be hosting a training class in conjunction with a live burn to provide education to graduating cadets and existing fire service personnel. Any Paul Davis or FirstService sister company employee who wishes to attend or participate can do so by emailing Brad Grimes at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note this event is not open to the general public, but is limited to emergency service personnel per Cobb County requirements and employees who have pre-registered with Brad.
Every year we partner with the Broward Education Foundation to help local students get ready for the New School Year.
We time it to be around the the Tax-Free weekend so we can get as many supplies as possible. We also receive monetary donations.
These are the usual supplies needed:
Dry Erase Markers
Glue (4 oz.) bottles
Each year we select school(s) in NV to assist by collecting basic school supplies to be provided to the teachers and students who are in need. In 2018 we raised $31K in school supplies which was enough to aid 4 schools. Our 2019 goal is to assist 6 schools, approx. $36K in school supplies.
Las Vegas office: 8290 Arville Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89139
Reno office: 639 Isbell Road Suite #280 Reno, Nevada 89509
FirstService Residential, partnering with Paul Davis, CertaPro and Gittleman Construction, has engaged with Habitat For Humanity. This year we have been assigned to a project located at 3532 Bloomington Ave So (please be advised this can change). This project is in conjunction with a Brush with Kindness. A Brush with Kindness is a program that assists low-income families in repairing and renovating their homes so they may live in safe homes. A Brush with Kindness assists the elderly, veteran families and those with limited mobility.
The project that we are assigned to is to be completed on June 6-7. Here is a link to the online registration form https://tchabitat.volunteerhub.com/lp/firstservice/
All interested volunteers will need to go online and register.
We have a total of 30 spots available, which we filled last year.
If this is something you have always thought about doing, I would encourage you to sign up ASAP.
|College Pro’s Aleeshya Broome has pledged to raise $10,000 for this amazing cause and she invites you to join the fundraising efforts by registering to raise your own funds! The starting commitment is $1,650, and you can register by clicking: https://www.bestbuddieschallenge.org/hp/register/ You can create your own team, or search and join hers: GOAT Girls. Please visit the event website for location information.|
Join the Whitmore Lake Chamber of Commerce at this second annual golf outing at the beautiful Whitmore Lake Golf Links! This outing is a scholarship fundraiser for well-deserving Whitmore Lake high school students.
Guests will enjoy an afternoon of networking, golfing and fun activities on each hole in this non-traditional 9-hole outing. A cash bar will be available, and a beverage cart will be on the course during play.
Not the greatest golfer? That’s OK! This event is intended for you to come and have fun and help us support our high school students! SPOTS ARE LIMITED, SO REGISTER NOW! Singles are welcome.
Can’t attend the whole outing? Attend the picnic dinner and networking after play for ONLY $20!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Help us out day of, and we will buy your dinner! Lots of fun to be had on the course this day, and we could really use your help! Sign-up link to come soon! In the meantime, if you are interested, please contact Jen at 810.227.5086 or by email at email@example.com.
Whitmore Lake Golf Links is a 18 hole Championship Bill Newcomb Signature design golf course.