Genesis found a good reason to get teed off this weekend — Five Stones Ministries, based in Tyler, Texas helps orphans in Costa Rica. We were honored to be a sponsor at their 10th annual charity golf tournament, which was held yesterday at Garden Valley. Team Genesis consisted of Paul Miller, Jamey Whitley, Dale Clarkston and Matt Browning. Did Team Genesis walk away victorious? Well, they had a good time and contributed to a great cause…and isn’t that all that matters?
Team Genesis found yet another good reason to go take a hike. This time, we turned out for the Komen Race for the Cure, Saturday in Downtown Tyler. Some ran, some walked…all crossed the Finish line!
The annual Komen Race for the Cure raises significant funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer, celebrates breast cancer survivorship and honors those who have lost their battle with the disease.
What started as a Summer trial run with Meals on Wheels last year has turned into an ongoing weekly institution at Genesis. Meals on Wheels ensures that seniors have access to adequate nutrition even when family support, mobility and resources are lacking. It gives us another opportunity to give back to our community, and we enjoy the friendly visits every week.
PATH’s mission is to help the people of our community with emergency relief and empowerment programs through a small, diverse staff and an army of around 400 well-equipped volunteers.
To find out more about PATH and how you can help, visit their website.
As part of our annual tradition, Genesis partnered with PATH (People Attempting to Help) by way of giving a share of our blessings to a few families in hopes of making their Christmas holidays a little better.
The mission of PATH is to serve economically disadvantaged people in Smith County through a committed, dedicated staff and well-equipped volunteers. Specifically, PATH assists with or provides affordable housing, family counseling, financial aid, a food pantry, free dental care, as well as housing and utility bill assistance.
In partnership with the East Texas Food Bank, The Genesis Group held our second annual fundraising Chili Cookoff. Congratulations to Marka Cochran for her winning entry! Financial proceeds and food donations from the Chili Cookoff went to the East Texas Food Bank.
Chili entries included:
Genesis had a strong turnout to stuff backpacks at the East Texas Food Bank. This was an extended Genesis family event, with spouses and kids participating. In true Genesis software development fashion, we applied our efficiency process methods to the backpack assembly process and blew the previous record of 2,600 out of the water. We assembled 3,380 prepared meals to slip into low income students’ backpacks. In total, 13,000 meals were made for people in need in the East Texas area.
Swingin’ in the rain…just swingin’ in the rain. And what a glorious feeling to be part of the Great Texas Shootout with the Tyler Tigers this weekend! A little precipitation didn’t stop six Beep Baseball teams from around the Lone Star State from slugging it out for the 6th annual Breast Cancer and Blind Awareness event. A big thanks to all of the participating teams as well as fans and supporters!
The Great Texas Shootout is this weekend! Join Genesis and the Tyler Tigers for our 6th Annual Breast Cancer and Blind Awareness event!
It will be the most fun you and your family could possibly stuff into one Saturday! Show your support for the Tigers and give a warm East Texas welcome to NBBA visiting teams:
Many special guests will be on hand, and we will take some time to honor those who have valiantly fought the battle against breast cancer. The Tigers will accept any donations as they prepare for the 2015 World Series to be held next summer in Rochester, New York.