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Woodbine Community Organization

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About Us - Woodbine Community Organization

History

The Woodbine Community Organization is a nonprofit organization that was chartered in 1985. Its history and purpose are in many ways tied to the vision of one of its

founders: Fannie Williams.

Fannie Williams was affectionately known simply as Miss Fannie. She is remembered for her long life of service to the Woodbine community and Nashville. She was 107 years old when she passed away in October 2001.

2014 Board of Directors

Members:

Davy Heckman, Chair
Glen Page, Secretary
Don Ivancic, Treasurer
Jody Derrick, Membership Chair
Steve Olsen, Finance Chair
Mary Gormley, Personnel Chair

At Large Members:

Carla Jarrell
Benjamin Mercer
Floyd Shechter
Nikki Cheatam
Emily Mitchell
Latrisha Jemison

News from Woodbine

 Woodbine Community Organization is once again working with NAFI - Nashville Alliance for Financial Independence and the United Way of Metro Nashville To host VITA - Volunteer Income Tax Assistance. Preparation is FREE to individuals and families who earned less that $58,000 in 2013. Taxes are prepared on a first come first serve basis starting January 20th through April 15th. Monday: 9am - 7pm; Tuesday: Closed; Wednesday: 9am - 7pm; Thursday: Closed; Friday: 9am - 1pm; Saturday: 9am - 3pm; Sunday: Closed.  read more »
As a HUD approved housing counselor, lenders are required to work with us to Save Your Home. If you are unsure what type of mortgage you have, or whether your budget can keep up with the rising food, fuel and housing costs, call us and we will provide a personalized review and Plan of Action. If after our review session, it is determined that you may not be able to meet your expenses or you have an Adjustable Rate Mortgage, we will join you in calling your mortgage company to work out a plan that best fits your budget.  read more »
The Financial Fitness Program allows families of all incomes to learn more about how they can be proactive in protecting the things that matter most to them.   read more »
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