Youth Development

Isaac Litton Alumni Association

  • Madison, TN
  • www.isaaclittonhigh.com

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a Community Center and Park to be used by 4,000 youth for basketball, baseball and other activities, and to provide a gathering place for families in the area.

Main Programs

  1. Youth Athletics

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Service Areas

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Tennessee

ruling year

2005

Principal Officer

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No Executive Director

Keywords

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DAVIDSON community center, park, sports, at-risk youth, family gatherings

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EIN

20-2397387

 Number

0512846780

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Youth Development Programs (O50)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

Programs + Results

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Overview

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The impact of the Community Center on youth and families will be huge. The center will be used by area youth sports leagues for basketball and volleyball, and will also house an exercise room and meeting rooms for the Inglewood Neighborhood Association and the Isaac Litton Alumni Association, and offices.

Programs

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Program 1

Youth Athletics

When the Isaac Litton gymnasium renovation is complete, the gym will be a hub of activity for youth basketball and volleyball activities.  Youth organizations will have offices in the building and will be responsible for coordination of activities at the gym.  We anticipate that over 4,000 youth will participate in sports at the Isaac Litton Community Center Gymnasium.

Category

Youth Development, General/Other

Population(s) Served

Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)

Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

Tennessee

Additional Documents

Funding Needs

There are no other facilities in our area for youth to participate in organized sports activities, and no parks for families in the community to enjoy.  The need for completion of this project is apparent, as it will be extremely beneficial to the community.

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Isaac Litton Alumni Association

Leadership

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Principal Officer

No Executive Director

STATEMENT FROM THE Principal Officer

"I am totally committed to this project because of my belief in the importance of programs for youth, including those who are at-risk.  I also believe in the importance of families and a sense of community. This project provides the opportunity for parents to visit while children are engaged in sports activities or play, for family picnics and gatherings, and for meetings or social occasions for the neighborhood association and alumni.

 

Jim Howell

Project Chair"

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Mr. Larry Collier

Metro Board of Education

Term: July 2010 - June 2011

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