Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Comfort Supply joins dealer Bill Stalker to celebrate the opening of the Isaac Litton High School Alumni Association  


Last Saturday, members of the Isaac Litton High School Alumni Association came together to celebrate and dedicate the new Isaac Litton Alumni Center and Gymnasium. Bill Stalker, class of 1970 and owner of Trinity Construction in Mt. Juliet, played a large role in the reconstruction of the building. As one of Comfort Supply’s trusted dealers, we were on hand to support and celebrate with Bill. As were Mayor Karl Dean, Congressman Jim Cooper and House Speaker Beth Harwell, who joined the alumni association board members for the ribbon cutting.

Mayor Karl Dean, House Speaker Beth
Harwell and Congressman Jim Cooper with the Isaac Litton Alumni Association board members
Bill led the fundraising and renovation project for the new center and gym, helping to raise $1.7 million. Comfort Supply was honored to provide the HVAC equipment for the facilities and to support the rebuilding of this historic, community building. 

Bill Stalker and Wayne Dube, Comfort Supply,
with the HVAC equipment for new Isaac Litton Alumni Center and Gymnasium
The renovation of the center also made it possible for the nonprofit, afterschool program Backfield in Motion (BIM) to move its headquarters to Isaac Litton. BIM combines academics and athletics to help Nashville inner-city boys reach their highest potential. It’s with thanks to Bill and the rest of the alumni association that this building can now serve as a safe place for local children to participate in supervised, recreational programs.

We were thrilled to be able to help and participate in this great cause and event. We wholeheartedly congratulate Bill in fostering the renovation, and seeing this project through from start to finish.

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