Tennessee American Water Hosted Pool Party To Kick Off Summer At Chambliss Center For Children
Friday, May 24, 2019
In what has become a tradition, Tennessee American Water hosted a pool party today at Chambliss Center for Children, welcoming summer with a sparkling pool and treats for the children participating in the summer program.
Tennessee American Water filled up the more than 35,000-gallon pool at no cost to Chambliss Center for Children. “For generations, our service has been witness to so many of life’s moments,” said Daphne Kirksey, Tennessee American Water External Affairs manager. “We are happy to kick off Chambliss Center for Children’s annual pool opening with a splash party and support what they do for the community.”
Along with filling the pool, TAWC provided beach balls and new pool noodles for the children participating in the agency’s summer camp child care program.
“Our kids look forward to kicking off the start of the summer break with this great party each year,” said Chambliss Center for Children’s Communications Coordinator Alissa Miller.
“Tennessee American Water saves the agency money by filling our pool, allowing us to put what we would have spent on that towards other areas in the program, which is a tremendous help.”