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The ARK, a non-profit community organization, has announced this year’s Board of Directors.


Bill Overbey, President


Stephen Bracey, Vice President


Suzy Everhart, Secretary


Jane Motsinger, Treasurer


Barbara Fulp


Tammy Hodges


Jane Hill Riley


Rosie Callaway


Kara Ratley


Teresa Ray


The ARK is seeking persons in the community interested in filling two remaining positions on the Board of Directors. Interested person may contact Theresa Knops, Executive Director at 336.527.1637.


Quote from Bill Overbey, Board President , “ The opportunity to serve those individuals and families in the Yadkin Valley area that are experiencing homelessness is a privilege. I wish to thank the wonderful people in this community that continually support our ministry through their generous contributions of money, gifts, their time and talents.”


The ARK provides shelter and supportive services to families and single women who are experiencing, homelessness. Since opening our doors in 2000, we have served over 1400 people in our community. We could not exist without the amazing support of our volunteers, who give of their time, talent, and treasure. We rely on donations from churches, individuals, businesses and civic groups; as well as the United Fund and private foundations to fund the operations of the ARK. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and/or making a donation, please contact Theresa Knops at 336.527.1637.



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