Many thanks to the folks from Dusty Elam Foundation who donated $5,000 to the TN Fisher House Foundation to assist veterans and their families!!     original article by: https://www.tennesseefisherhouse.org/dusty-elam-foundation-donates-5000-to-tn-fisher-house-foundation/2632/

The Dusty Elam Foundation will this year be partnering with First Baptist Church in Manchester to host the first-ever “Dusty’s Dinner,” from 12 to 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, providing a Thanksgiving meal to those in need in the area. Coordinators have prepared for 600 people, and meals served will include Thanksgiving staples like turkey,…

The Dusty Elam Foundation donated $5,000 to Coffee County Schools Family Resource Center’s Coffee County Student Expo Program. The expo is held to help students in need by providing them with school supplies, hygiene products, job fairs for their parents and other services. “We are grateful for community partners like the Dusty Elam Foundation who continue to lookout for those without….

It has been long road for Nick Trail, Manchester Times sports writer, to get his driver’s license. Longer, in fact, than it took to earn his master’s degree from the University of Tennessee. Nick, 28, was born with cerebral palsy, a disease that has made things most people take for granted, difficult if not impossible….

We want to thank the Elam family and the Dusty Elam Foundation for their generous $1,000 donation to Son Valley Ranch. This money was given in honor of their son, Dusty Elam, who died in an accident 6 years ago on Dug Hollow road near the Ranch. Dusty loved kids and was in school to…

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