Our Community

Our community is the sole reason we are able to do what we do successfully. We realize the importance of giving back and investing our time and energy into our community to make a positive impact.

Here's what we've been up to:

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Hoosier Burn Camp Fundraiser

Bryan, along with his fellow Big Daddy Caddy band members, volunteered their time and talents to the annual Hoosier Burn Camp fundraiser this past summer. The event this year was held at the Avon Texas Roadhouse, September 10th, 2016.  The Hoosier Burn Camp is a nonprofit organization committed to providing life-changing experiences for young people who have suffered the physical and emotional trauma associated with a severe burn injury. For more information, you can find them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pg/HoosierBurnCamp

COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Montreat Youth Conference

Mary has been an active member of Whitelick Presbyterian Church for over 10 years, and has served as a deacon and elder.  In 2013, she became involved in the youth group, chaperoning the annual Montreat Youth Conference and teaching Sunday school to the teens class.  Montreat Youth conference is an annual Presbyterian conference for high school students held in Montreat, North Carolina.  It is a week of keynote speakers, worship, small group discussion and recreation.  The conference was a formative experience in Mary's life as a teen, and she is now able to share that with the teens in her church as well as teens from all over the US.

Community Outreach

The Walk to End Alzheimer's

In the summer of 2014, Bryan, his wife Tonya, and kids participated in the annual Walk to End Alzheimer's. Tonya works with people who have dementia every day and it has become a passion for their family to support the Alzheimer's Association in any way possible.  Every year, they are either involved in a benefit or are raising money by creating their own fundraisers. Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia are devastating to not only those inflicted, but also to the families and loved ones involved.  For more information on how you can be a part in raising support, please visit the Alzheimer's Association.