TN’s First Marathon helps Prevent Child Abuse
Tennessee’s First Marathon, the Andrew Jackson Marathon (AJM), held in Jackson, Tenn., recently presented a check for $56,250 to President/CEO of the Exchange Club/Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Pam Nash.
The marathon had its 47th running on April 6, 2019 and proceeds benefited the center that provides support to families throughout West Tennessee.
About the Exchange Club/Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse
The mission of the center is to provide support to families in preventing and dealing with child abuse in West Tennessee and to help both parents and children meet the practical needs of preserving and improving the quality of family life. Visit the website.
About the Andrew Jackson Marathon
As a Boston Marathon Qualifier, the course offers a half marathon single loop (13.1 miles) and a full marathon double loop (26.2 miles) that begins and ends in downtown Jackson. Visit the website.