NFusion Upcoming Events
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Previous NFusion Events
NFusion Christmas Party
Check out the pictures from our 1st Trunk or Treat
On July 22, the Night Owl Biker Club sponsored a back to school party with backpacks and school supplies, lunch and games. Thank you Night Owls!
Check out the photos from our 3rd Annual Teen Op Conference
June 27, 2019
May is Mental Health Awareness Month! To celebrate, we put on our dancing shoes and danced together at an
Saturday, May 4, 2019
NFusion Christmas Party
NFusion's Christmas Party last night was a blast! Here are some pictures of the Gingerbread House Contest, and then a super fun family game... Unwrap, re-wrap and then unwrap a christmas gift, using the SAME paper, and only ONE hand! Check out the pictures!
Lakeia's group members had a Pumpkin Carving contest to celebrate the upcoming Holiday.
Praise in the Park
The NFusion staff was invited to join the Praise in the Park and Community Health Fair, hosted by Community of Believers Church, New Fellowship Church and Repairers of the Breach on Saturday October 13th. It was a little chilly, but we had a wonderful time meeting such wonderful people who love their community.
CPR, First Aide, AED Training
NFusion staff members were invited to the Hernando Region IV office for CPR, First Aid and AED Training. I am glad to say all staff members passed training!
MS Trauma Informed Care Conference
NFusion staff had a booth at the MS Trauma Informed Care Conference and was able to attend the wonderfully prepared sessions and workshops on Trauma.
Youth Night, August 2018
This month, we had fun with drip painting at the YMCA, then ended the night swimming in the wonderful pool! We are so grateful for our partnership with the YMCA! Click on the pictures to see the beautiful art that was created!
University of Maryland Training Institutes
Connie Stewart and other team members recently attended and spoke at the Systems of Care Conference in Washington, D.C. For more than 30 years, this biennial event has been the premier convening of leaders in systems of care for children, youth, and young adults with behavioral health challenges and their families, and the University of Maryland, Baltimore is honored to continue and expand this tradition. The event is sponsored by the University of Maryland School of Social Work and hosted by The Institute for Innovation and Implementation.
Youth Field Trip
Lakeia took some of the youth to the Memphis Escape Rooms for a group field trip! There's nothing quite like stepping into a new escape room experience. It consumes your senses all at once, and you feel like you've been transported to another world.
We don't want to take that away from you. That's why we keep the inside of our rooms secret: to preserve the awe and wonder for you to experience.
As a result, you won't find pictures of our rooms here or anywhere else. So come experience them for yourself, and see how we are providing the most creative, immersive, and well-maintained escape rooms anywhere.
On June 23, our staff had a table at the 1st International Fest, sponsored by The Hope Center. This festival celebrated the many customs and cultures in our area from all over the world! Check out the pictures from this exciting day!
2nd Annual Teen Op, 2018
On June 21, we held our 2nd Annual Teen Op, Opportunities for Leadership Conference at Brown Missionary Baptist Church. Sessions included Teen Dating and Violence,Social Media Safety, Finance, Career Panel, a separate men's/women's group, and mock interviews. Scroll through and check out the pictures!
Youth Night at the Olive Branch YMCA
This month, we were joined by Olivia from Families First and Ms. Wanda from Operation Hope. Ms. Wanda spoke to the group about the importance of budgeting, financial matters and credit!
We ended the night with a fun basketball game!
Scroll through the pictures to check out the fun!
Families First Safety and Wellness Fair
NFusion Staff set up a table at Families First Safety and Wellness Fair in Hernando on June 9th. We had a great time meeting families in Desoto County, other agencies such as Apellah, The Hope Center, Health Department, etc. We were able to spread the word about our upcoming Teen Op Conference!
Youth Night with Stacy Dodd
At Youth Night, we had Stacy Dodd from the Hope Center speak about his journey and his current endeavors to encourage and support all members of Desoto County.
Don't Stand By, Stand Up
May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, and to bring awareness to Mental Health in Desoto County, we held an Anti-Bullying Poster Contest and Rally at the Olive Branch YMCA. Matt Leach, father and co-founder of Andy's Voice, was our guest speaker. He spoke about the recent suicide of his 12 year old son, Andy Leach, as a result of the bullying that he faced on a daily basis. Andy's Voice is paving the way for change in the state of Mississippi and how bullying is dealt with for our children.
Special thanks to the YMCA for allowing us to use their space, Matt Leach for speaking on such a difficult topic, and the Olive Branch Police Department for their attendance and support!
Healthy Kids Day
We joined the YMCA of Memphis & the Mid-South branches in celebrating YMCA Healthy Kids Day®! Healthy Kids Day is Y-USA’s annual, nationwide initiative designed to inspire all youth, parents, and caregivers – regardless of membership status – to get active and make healthy choices over the summer and beyond!
We were able to reach out to many members of our community and offer our services, partnerships, and tell the community about our upcoming events!
Kick Butts Day
Kick Butts Day, Lake Cormorant High School
Last month, thousands of youth and adults across the United States and around the world took action to stand out, speak up, and seize control against Big Tobacco. We visited Lake Cormorant High School to discuss tobacco and asked the students to sign a pledge to be Tobacco Free! Check out some of the pictures!
Parade of Lights
NFusion youth had a blast getting ready for the Parade of Lights! We are so proud of their hard work and enthusiasm. It was cold but our youth had warm hearts as they tossed candy and goodies to the children in the crowd and spread the message that "Everyone is a Gift to Someone." Thank you Southaven Chamber of Commerce for your hard work planning the parade!