Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee announced Captain Clay Mackey and Engineer David Edge as recipients of the 2nd Annual Ed Moody Award of Excellence. They are being recognized for their efforts in organizing the Franklin Firefighters’ Annual Toy & Clothing Drive. They will accept the award at the 25th Annual Steak & Burger Dinner taking place on May 13, 2014 in Liberty Hall in the Factory at Franklin.
The Ed Moody Award of Excellence recognizes individuals who have made a lasting impact with the Franklin and Fairview Boys & Girls Clubs and in the Williamson County community. Ed Moody known as “Mr. Franklin” was instrumental in the establishment of the Franklin Boys & Girls Club. “Just as Mr. Moody did, this year’s recipients, along with their fellow firefighters, have inspired the community to go above and beyond to ensure hundreds of kids receive their wishes each year” said Denise Carothers, Williamson County area vice president.
Mackey is a 27-year Franklin Fire Department veteran assigned to Station 2 on Murfreesboro Road and he and his wife, Jeannie, live in Franklin. Their daughter, Jordan, is a sophomore at Centennial High School, and their son, Dylan, is a fifth grader at Freedom Intermediate School.
Edge has been with the Franklin Fire Department since 2003 and is assigned to Station 6 on Cool Springs Blvd. He and his wife, Nikki, live in Spring Hill with their four children, David (8), Keegan (7), Slade (5), and Isabella (3).
The 25th Annual Steak & Burger Dinner will be held on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at Liberty hall in the Factory at Franklin. This year’s event will feature Vanderbilt University Head Football Coach Derek Mason, involvement by Boys & Girls Clubs members, and the presentation of the Ed Moody Award of Excellence.
For more information on the upcoming Steak & Burger Dinner including purchasing tickets and sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.SteakAndBurgerDinner.com or call Denise Carothers at 794-1106.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee
For more than 111 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee (BGCMT) has enabled all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. Annually, more than 2,300 youth are served at five Middle Tennessee Boys and Girls Clubs and through community outreach initiatives. Clubs are located in Davidson & Williamson counties.
Clubs provide a safe place, professional caring staff, fun and friendship, and high-impact youth development programs on a daily basis during critical nonschool hours. Priority programs emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.
To learn more, please visit www.bgcmt.org, like us on Facebook (GreatFuturesStartHere) or follow us on Twitter (@BGCMT).