Sevierville Hospitality Association Awards Local Non-Profits and Scholarship Winners

Sevierville Hospitality Association Supporting Local Non-Profits

From left to right: Jim Davis with Sevier County Food Ministry, Amy Harper with United Way, April Gillispie Taylor Faith Ministries, Ashley Burnette with Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, Dick Wellons with Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministry, and Ethel Hollenbaugh, President of the Sevierville Hospitality Association.

From left to right: Jim Davis with Sevier County Food Ministry, Amy Harper with United Way, April Gillispie Taylor Faith Ministries, Ashley Burnette with Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, Dick Wellons with Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministry, and Ethel Hollenbaugh, President of the Sevierville Hospitality Association.

Sevierville Hospitality Association (SHA) recently awarded the following local non-profits with a gift of $500 each:

  • Sevier County Food Ministry

  • United Way

  • Taylor Faith Ministries

  • Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic

  • Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministry

SHA is proud to support these local non-profits and we look forward to the work they will do in our community in 2019!


Sevierville Hospitality Association awards two $1500 scholarships!

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The SHA recently awarded Kathy Vasquez and Luke Frangella with scholarships of $1500 each to help them continue their studies at college. Kathy is an employee of the Holiday Inn Express and Suites on NASCAR Drive and is currently attending Walters State Community College, pursuing a degree in nursing. Luke is an employee of the Apple Valley Creamery and is a Junior at East Tennessee State University, pursuing a degree in Digital Media and a minor in Japanese.

We wish Kathy and Luke the best of luck in pursuing their degrees!

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