SCCAA Celebrates National Community Action Month
Honoring a very special group of outstanding volunteers and program participants who exemplify our mission...
"Helping people......Changing lives"
Christina Hagen, 50th District Representative visits SCCAA
SCCAA 2011 Annual Dinner
On October 20, 2011, the Stark County Community Action Agency held it's Annual Dinner, "A Promise to Keep", Helping People....Changing lives. Our keynote speaker was Judge Glenda Hatchett, or better known as "Judge Hatchett" from the syndicated Sony Pictures television show now in it's 10th season.
The focus of the evening was poverty in the United States, with one in every six Americans living in poverty and tough funding choices ahead at the federal level, the Stark County Community Action Agency intends to keep it's promise to change people's lives, embody the spirit of hope, improve communities, and make Stark County a better place to live.
SCCAA Celebrates Community Action Month
SCCAA celebrated Community Action Month on May 18 at the William Hunter Center. The Agency launched its new logo and website during a luncheon at which Philip E. Cole, Executive Director of the Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies, provided the keynote address (left). Mrs. Lena Tucker, Director of the Center for Education and Employment Opportunities, presented former client Roy Nicholson with an award of recognition for his achievements and community service since completing training at SCCAA (right). Mr. Pat Vaughan recognized Stephanie Justice (below) as a former Head Start student for her accomplishments and dedication to Head Start.