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The mission of Easterseals Tennessee is to provide exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play in their community.

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Our Fall Camp was full of Halloween tricks, treats, and good times! Last weekend our adult campers were in costume and enjoyed festivities full of games, like Pin the Nose on the Witch.
Interested in camp fun like this? Contact Amy, our Camp Director at alook@eastersealstn.com.
Recently, our staff and members in West Tennessee enjoyed food and fun at Guy B. Amis Park that ended in everyone dancing the afternoon away. Who could ask for a better way to spend a gorgeous day outside with friends?
Par for the tournament- everyone had a blast! Once again, all the golfers enjoyed 18 holes of golf and the putting contest for sure! Click the above link to see the winner of the putting contest!
Pay it forward in support of Tennesseans living with disabilities by signing up for Kroger Community Rewards, and it doesn't cost you a thing. Our member number is #WT842. For more information, click above.

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Each year Past Nashvillians select the new award recipient who is honored for his/her business and philanthropic leadership within our community.

Our 2019 honoree is Ron Samuels. He was honored before a large crowd of sponsors, business associates, friends, and family at the Hilton Downtown Nashville on Tuesday, July 30th. Congratulations Ron!


This year's Youth Fishing Tournament was super fun for all our youth. Each one brought back their catch of the day and enjoyed an awards luncheon with their families, friends, fishing buddies and the volunteer boaters who took them out on the lake. Thanks to our sponsors and volunteers who made it all possible!!!

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