(Right) Kelly Turney is the new director for The Hope Center.
As of Tuesday, January 2, 2018
GRANGEVILLE Hope Center announced that Kelly Turney of White Bird will become its new director, effective Jan. 1.
Turney served on the Hope Center Board for several years. Her accomplishments include being one of the founding members of the Cornerstone Theater group and becoming its director three years ago. This group of Christian young people desires to shine their light for Jesus Christ by using their productions to raise funds for ministries both locally and abroad.
Turney is also a photographer, and has been developing a landscape and portrait photo business for the past four years. Check her out on Facebook to see her photos. She also enjoys being a part of the Victory Karate Club that is taught by Gary and Judy Porter. She was also awarded the Congressional Award in 2016 by Senator Crapo and Senator Risch for accomplishing four years of recorded volunteer, physical fitness, and personal development activities. Part of her accomplishments also include painting a mural for the front room at Hope Center. She also completed an expedition, which she did by taking a three-month trip to Europe, volunteering on organic farms and sightseeing.
In Grangeville, stop by Hope Center at 111 N. College Street, Mondays 1-5 p.m., Wednesdays and Fridays 1-4 p.m.; call 208-983-0093. In Kamiah, stop by Hope Center at 404 Hill Street Tuesdays 1-5 p.m., and Thursdays, 3:30-7:30 p.m.; call 208-935-0376.