June 17, 2024
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Crockett Co. High School BETA Works with RIFA

Crockett County High School’s Beta Club made a big impact in their community this week by donating 175 pounds of food and volunteering at the Regional Inter-Faith Association (RIFA). RIFA is a non-profit organization in Jackson, Tennessee that provides food assistance and other support services to those in need. The Beta Club’s donation and volunteer efforts are a testament to their commitment to helping those in their community and making a positive difference.
Rev. Tisdale, a RIFA supporter, shared his thoughts on the importance of feeding people and the role of the faith community in making a difference in the community. He believes that feeding people creates opportunities for genuine conversation and ministry, and that the faith community has the tools to make a significant impact. Tisdale also emphasized the importance of coming to the table with those in need, showing them the love of Christ, and making a difference through acts of kindness and generosity.
The Beta Club’s actions align with Tisdale’s beliefs, as they have taken the initiative to help those in need and make a positive impact in their community. Their efforts have not gone unnoticed, and their contribution to RIFA is a great example of the impact that can be made by individuals and organizations who are dedicated to making a difference.
Crockett County High School and the Beta Club should be proud of their efforts and the impact they have made in their community. Their donation and volunteer work at RIFA demonstrate a commitment to serving others and making a positive impact, and serve as an inspiration to others to get involved and make a difference. The community is grateful for their support and the difference they have made.

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Cody Bishop

Hi! My name is Cody Bishop and I'm currently working as a Graphic Designer for Magic Valley Publishing, the parent company of the Crockett County Times.

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