What is Ally of the Year?
As one of ASAP’s largest fundraisers, Ally of the Year has become a fun, competitive race where members of the community who have been nominated by their peers compete to be named the Anderson County Ally of the Year. To win, you must have the most votes. One dollar = one vote.
Members of the community who live, work, or otherwise have a vested interest in Anderson County use this opportunity to raise a greater awareness about ASAP of Anderson’s efforts to prevent and reduce substance misuse among youth and adults in Anderson County. The money received from voting will be used for projects such as:
- I AM ONE campaign which aims to reduce underage drinking and increase awareness of Tennessee’s Social Host Liability Law
- Count It! Lock It! Drop It! which encourages community members to count their medications and provides home medicine lock boxes to community members and permanent medicine disposal bins at local police departments
- Youth Ambassadors Coalition (YAC) at all 3 high schools and a number of middle schools in the county
- GenerationRx, an education and awareness curriculum aimed at teaching youth and adults about the dangers of prescription medications
- And much, much, more!
Learn more about the 2020 Ally of the Year Nominees by viewing their profiles below. To vote, select the blue “Cast Your Vote” button!
VOTING FOR ALLY OF THE YEAR IS CLOSED
The 2020 Ally of the Year Winner will be announced at our Ally of the Year Volunteer Appreciation Banquet on March 13th from 12-1pm at Oak Ridge Calhoun’s.
RSVP to the banquet by clicking here: https://tinyurl.com/vocvlxn
Anderson County Trustee
Regina is a life long resident of Anderson County where she has served as 911 Director for 19 years. She is honored to be currently serving Anderson County as a Trustee. She loves all things to do with being Mimi, Mom, and wife. She enjoys volunteering with many community organizations including Clinton Rotary Club, Student Interact Program, Anderson County Chamber Advisory Youth Leadership and more. She loves the mission ASAP of Anderson and the support and education they provide to help fight the battle of drug and alcohol misuse.
Anderson County Schools
Greg Deal is Anderson County Schools Assistant Director of Schools. Previous to moving to the Central office, he was the principal at Anderson County High School. He also taught at Briceville, Medford, Norris Junior High and Lake City Middle. He also coached football at Anderson County High School.
Ron Meredith is father to Trey, Jacob, and James David, and husband to Beth Meredith. He is the owner of radio stations WYSH, WQLA, WMYL, and WJBZ.
Tennessee Municipal Bond Fund
Mollie Hoskins Scarbrough is the co-owner and pharmacist of Hoskins Drug Store. Hoskins Drug Store, which was started by Mollie’s father, has been serving the families of Clinton for 90 years. Mollie is a proud wife to Rick and their two children, Natalie and Rachel. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services and Anderson County Education Foundation. In the past, she has served on the Clinton City School Board as well as the Board of Directors for ASAP of Anderson.
Most of Jennifer’s best personal and professional moments have occurred right here in Anderson County. She is proud to work at Oak Ridge’s first and only Hometown Bank, TNBANK, for the past 17 years. She and her husband, Tom, raised their two girls here and they have all benefited from what this community has to offer. She am truly honored to help support an organization that works tirelessly to educate the region about substance misuse and how to prevent it.