2019 THRIVE Conference Registration Now Open

The THRIVE Conference showcases the impressive humanitarian work happening in Nevada. Health and human services providers, teachers, community volunteers, public service employees, and many others come together for this event. The intent is to provide a forum for education and networking while unifying this diverse group under the context of social justice as too many fail to grasp the potentially transformative nature of their work.

Conference registration and Social Justice Super Hero Nomination can be found here!

Welcoming Haley Turner to the Team

We would like to welcome our newest team member, Haley Turner.  Haley grew up in eastern Ohio and moved to Nevada in 2017. She received her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience from Westminster College. She is currently working on her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Nevada, Reno with an anticipated graduation date of May 2020 and is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor Intern. She has worked in the field since 2014, with extensive experience working with adults and youth, and is eager to continue expanding her breadth of knowledge in the field of Human Services. Haley enjoys volleyball, hiking, paddle boarding, snowboarding, and going to festivals, always striving towards balanced physical and emotional health and wellbeing.  If you are interested in connecting with Haley she can be reached at 775-847-9311, ext.206 or haley@communitychestnevada.net.

Success for the Rosanne Cash Benefit

Those of us at Community Chest would like to express our gratitude to those of you who attended the Rosanne Cash benefit.  Thank you!  It was a success with 100% of the tickets selling out prior to the show and we couldn’t have done it without you.   The funds generated from the benefit will go towards supporting Community Chest programs in Storey and Lyon counties.  Again, thank you!

June and July Library Events

 

The next Big Library Read runs from June 17 – July 1 with the winning title:

 A Dangerous Act of Kindness

by LP Fergusson

This work of historical fiction asks, “What would you risk for a complete stranger?”

https://discuss.biglibraryread.com/. More than 19,000 libraries around the world are participating.

Big Library Read is available in more than 90 percent of libraries in North America and facilitated by OverDrive, the leading digital reading platform for ebooks, audiobooks and magazines. A Dangerous Act of Kindness was named Highly Commended in the Caledonia Novel Award 2018 and chosen by a popular vote of readers and librarians worldwide to be the next Big Library Read Storey County Community Library is participating in the Big Read through Libby.  

https://meet.libbyapp.com/ Download Libby on your personal device and read along, join discussions with others around the world. You will need a Storey County Community Library
Card and a password to access the free online Libby app.   Please call the Storey County Community Library for any assistance at 775-847-0541.

Blockchains Donates $6,000 to CCI Programs

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Blockchains President David Berns and Deputy Director of Athletics for the Nevada Wolf Pack presenting the ceremonial check to Community Chest Executive Director at the Nevada Men’s Basketball Team’s last home game on March 9, 2019.

Before a sold-out and enthusiastic crowd, Blockchains concluded its season-long run of donating $50 for every blocked shot over the course of the Nevada Men’s Basketball Team’s 2018-2019 season. With such a talented and athletic team, the total amount donated by Blockchains to Community Chest for all of its programs came to $6,000.

In addition to the donation, Blockchains and Community Chest were mentioned at halftime of every basketball game. With many games sold out, Nevada set an all-time attendance record with approximately 150,000 people in attendance across all games.

We are so thankful to Blockchains for its support of Community Chest. We would also specifically like to thank Jeff Berns, Blockchains’ CEO, and Sarah Johns, Blockchains’ Director of Public Relations.

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Go Pack!

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Rosanne Cash Sold Out & New Sponsors

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With two months still to show time, thanks to all of you we have sold out of tickets to our May 10th show featuring ROSANNE CASH with John Leventhal – She Remembers Everything. For those lucky enough to have tickets, this will be a magical, intimate evening of music, friends, and good times in old Virginia City’s historic Piper’s Opera House at our annual spring benefit concert.

As well, we are excited to announce that in addition to our primary sponsor Charles Schwab Bank, both Eide Bailly and Lumos & Associates have signed on as sponsors of the event. We are so thankful for their support.

This show has been graciously sponsored by Charles Schwab Bank, Eide Bailly, and Lumos & Associates.

We thank them for their generosity and support.

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