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Local organizations donate equipment, time in support of Junior’s House

Posted on Thursday, August 31, 2017 at 9:18 am

Several local organizations recently volunteered their time and efforts to improvements to the grounds around the Junior’s House Child Advocacy Center here in Fayetteville.

Backyard Outfitters, 11117 Huntsville Highway, is a premier provider of portable buildings and playground equipment. The company donated playground equipment to Junior’s House to replace equipment that had become unsafe. Headquartered in Franklin, Backyard Outfitters provides products supporting families in seven states across the

Local organizations have volunteered their time and efforts to improvements to the grounds around the Junior’s House Child Advocacy Center here in Fayetteville. Among the improvements are new playground equipment, paving, landscaping and clean-up.

Eastern U.S., and is an active supporter of schools in the Middle Tennessee area.

Lincoln Paving is a prominent local business that performs road and parking lot maintenance and repair and paving services in Fayetteville and Lincoln County. The company volunteered its crews and equipment to provide repairs and improvements to the parking area around Junior’s House.

As part of its local outreach, the Men’s Fellowship of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) Church, 1720 Huntsville Highway, Fayetteville, took on the task of clearing and cleaning up the grounds around the Junior’s House facilities here in Fayetteville.

Gardener’s Choice Concepts (GCC) also volunteered its crews and landscape services to complete the cleanup of the grounds around the Junior’s House facility. Gardener’s Choice is a local landscape design company specializing in landscape design, installation and maintenance in commercial and residential settings in southern Middle Tennessee and North Alabama.

“It is heartening to see these organizations come together to support Junior’s House. Their willingness to volunteer their time and products has resulted in much needed improvements in our facility, which in turn improves our ability to provide important services to families that need them,” said Crystal Guess, executive director of Junior’s House.

Junior’s House is a Child Advocacy Center providing services and support to victims of child abuse and their families in Lincoln, Marshall, Bedford, and Moore counties. As a non-profit organization, it depends on the generosity of local people and businesses to provide snacks, teddy bears and monetary donations to help provide important services and support to children and families who need them. Junior’s House can be reached at 931-438-3233.