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TEEG Annual Report 2004-2005: Connecting MORE for the Northeast Community

TEEG Annual Report 2004-2005: Connecting MORE for the Northeast Community

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Offering a helping hand to those in need and resources to unite the communities of Northeastern Connecticut, TEEG is a one-of-a-kind organization. We are a not-for-profit, but that’s not what makes us special. What makes us unique is our attitude.
Offering a helping hand to those in need and resources to unite the communities of Northeastern Connecticut, TEEG is a one-of-a-kind organization. We are a not-for-profit, but that’s not what makes us special. What makes us unique is our attitude.

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Published by: TEEGOnline on Oct 27, 2011
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2004 – 2005Annual Report
C
ONNECTING
M
ORE
FORTHE
N
ORTHEAST
C
OMMUNITY
 
Excellence
is the result of caring
more
than others think is wise,risking
more
than others think is safe,dreaming
more
than others think is practical,and expecting
more
than others think is possible.”
Jenni Fountain
Office/Personnel Manager &Grants Coordinator 
Erika Pierce
Food Security Coordinator 
Donald Mountford
Mentor 
Elton Piper
Mentor 
Christine Martin
Mentor 
Kelly Piper
Mentor 
Robert Monahan
Food Security Program 
Tanya Rzeznikiewicz
Community Early Childhood Coordinator 
Kelly Ignasiak
Executive Assistant 
Stacy Johnson
Community Services Coordinator 
Empower Individuals to Live IndependentlyStrengthen Families to Live RespectfullyEngage the Community to Work CollaborativelyConnect Resources to Promote a Better Future for All
At TEEG,
accomplishing our mission is a matter of attitude.
Everyday
we do
whatever it takes to…
Doreen Bentley, Discovery CoordinatorPhanindra Chakraborty, Accounting ServicesBeverly Daniels, Office SupportGreg Jack, MA, MS, LPC, Prevention Program FacilitatorLorraine Kaul, MA, MPA, Prevention Program FacilitatorKathy Kimball, PEP Facilitator Anthony Morelli, LCSW, Clinical SupervisorSuzanne Witkowski, ARCHES and PEP Facilitator
Diana Wood
IAM Case Coordinator 
TEEG Partners
 
T
OUCHING
MOREL
IVES
Offering a helping hand to those in needand resources to unite the communitiesof Northeastern Connecticut, TEEG isa one-of-a-kind organization. We are anot-for-profit, but that’s not what makesus special. What makes us unique isour
attitude
. While a “just do it” approach may bethe secret to getting things done, atTEEG we go beyond… we do
whatever it takes.
 With commitment, caring and a can-dooutlook, everyone at TEEG from ourstaff to our board of directors to our volunteers shares a willingness toroll up our sleeves and do
whateverit takes
…to get food to an agingresident; to find preschool opportunitiesfor the 3-year-old of a single parent; toget heat to a family that ran out of oilon a cold night; to brighten the holidaysfor a family in need; to bring the entirecommunity closer.It is our
”Whatever it Takes”
attitude that makes TEEG different. What’s more, because of our attitudeand our accomplishments, otheragencies in Connecticut and beyondare looking at TEEG as an example. We will continue to do
whatever ittakes
to make a positive difference inthe communities of the Quiet Cornerand in the lives of the individuals we serve.
CommunityService
Emergent Food Distribution
174
Monthly Commodity Distribution
3,398
Holiday Giving
1,042
Back to School Campaign
86
Operation Fuel
357
Salvation Army
113
Summer Camp Program
17
 Across the Smiles Mobile Dental Van
15
Community Garden
30
EarlyEducation
Discovery Steering Committee
20
Parent/Child Play Groups
744
 ARCHES
25
People Empowering People (PEP)
11
Discovery for Birth to Eight Success
37
Community Connectors
15
Parents as Teachers (PAT)
54
Prevention
Parent Support Group
223
Juvenile Review Board
10
 Anger Aside
70
Mentor Program
69
Parent Aide
829
Volunteer
Community Service Volunteers
497
Senior Outreach
Bi-weekly Distribution ofSurplus Food
1,980
Senior Assistance Services &Case Management
716
Senior Dinner
100
Senior Recreation
186
Intergeneration Activities
285
TotalTouched
Total Times Lives WereTouched by TEEG
11,103

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