Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Jeffrey Chatman's 4,000 mile "Journey of Hope"

  Jeffrey Chatman, Troop 380 Eagle Scout, is currently a sophomore Business major with a Theatre minor, at TCU where he is also involved with KinderFrogs. The College of Education at TCU is the only teacher preparation program in the United States that operates two schools of special education:  Starpoint School and KinderFrogs School.

Olenjack's Fundraising event Sunday May 20th featuring a performance by "The Way" Praise Band.
On Sunday May 20th Olenjack's restaurant will be donating a portion of their entire day's receipts to support Troop 380 Eagle Scout Jeffrey Chatman on his  "Journey of Hope",  a  60 day, 4,000 mile coast-to-coast bike ride raising money and awareness for People with Disabilities. Eat any time on Sunday or plan to join us on the patio at 5:30 for a performance by "The Way".
Jeffrey will be riding with members of his national fraternity Pi Kappa Phi with a personal goal to raise $7,000. Of the money raised, 87% is given out in grants to organizations supporting People with Disabilities in communities along the way as they participate in local events at the end of each days ride. The riders provide their own equipment as well as transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the ride.
To read more about this cause or to donate directly, visit Jeffrey's website at:   www.tinyurl.com/DonateJOH or call him at 817-939-8715

FYI, On Friday July 6th they will be riding to Arlington's city hall to meet with Mayor Bob Cluck
Thanks for supporting Jeffrey on his next "Eagle Project"!

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