Price Outlines Changes In Juvenile Court System

Floyd County Juvenile Court Judge Gregg Price gave Exchangites a detailed view of the changes in the way juveniles are handled now in the courts. Although his court hears around 250 cases a month, he was happy to report almost a 50% reduction in the number of local children in foster care. He stressed the new proactive approach to young people and the training that families now receive from agencies like the Exchange Club Family Resource Center that are working hard to prevent the removal of children from the home and into foster care. Judge Price said, “Our communities children are not DFCS kids.”

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Family Resource In Contention For $25K Grant From State Farm..But They Need Your Vote.

FRC Executive Director announced to the Club that our FRC is in contention for a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance if it receives enough votes. Bartleson said the FRC is among 200 finalists, the list started with 2,000 requests, for this Neighborhood Assistance Grant and the fate of the grant will be determined by popular votes on the Internet. You may vote up to 10 times per day. Voting is open 8/14 thru 8/23.

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Exchange Donates $4000
To United Way

The Exchange Club of Rome has made a $4,000 donation to the United Way of Rome/Floyd County for the 2018-2019 Exchange year. The funds are made available through the club’s major fund raising project of the year, the Coosa Valley Fair.

Pictured accepting the symbolic check from Exchange is United Way Executive Ally Mitchell and UW Board Chair Bryan Shealy from 2018-2019 Exchange President Charles Norris.