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Upcoming Wills for Heroes Clinics (as of 2/28/13)
The following Wills for Heroes events have been scheduled across the state. Please contact the event organizer for more details or to volunteer. To get involved in the Wills for Heroes Committee or to request a clinic in your area, please contact committee chair Bradley Carter at email@example.com. Learn more about the Wills for Heroes program.
Paris, March 2
Contact: Ellen Neese, firstname.lastname@example.org, (731) 642-2188
Location: First United Methodist Church, 101 East Blythe St.
Franklin, April 6
Contact: Shauna Billingsley, email@example.com, (615) 550-6603
Location: Franklin Police Department, 900 Columbia Ave.
Chattanooga, April 20
Contact: Jason Demastus, firstname.lastname@example.org, (423) 209-7400
Location: Sheriff's Annex in Red Bank, 6233 Dayton Blvd.
Maryville, May 17
Contact: Ashley Morris Bentley, email@example.com, (865) 927-8389
Location: Blount County Justice Center, Jury Pool Room, 940 East Lamar Alexander Pkwy.
Knoxville, May 18
Contact: Ian Hennessey, firstname.lastname@example.org, (865) 637-0203
Location: Knoxville Police Department, 800 Howard Baker Jr. Ave.
The Wills for Heroes program is in need of either new or used donated laptops. If you or your firm would be interested in making a tax deductible gift of computers please contact Wills for Heroes Committee Chair Brad Carter at