On behalf of all Tri-Lakes Services, Inc. employees, I would like to say THANK YOU to
John & Evelyn Helms for everything they do for their employees.
I would also like to say THANK YOU to Tommy Williams from our Gillham, Arkansas office for all of his hard work and dedication.
We are so thankful and blessed for your willingness to lead Tri-Lakes Services, Inc., as you were called.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer. Join as we RISE together to help uplift women in need.
The past year has posed a challenge to just about everything, and breast cancer prevention is no exception. And though we saw setbacks in screenings and early detection, we’re rising to the challenge together.
For the past 30 years, NBCF has supported women by helping them get access to the education, screening, and support they need. This is our moment to rise up and do even more.
Where might we go if every woman had access to the care and screening she needs? How might the story change if we all gave a little of our time, our resources, our energy? What might the future look like with more education, more screening, more health equity?
How You Can Help
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Ready to RISE to the occasion? Here are a handful of ways you can help:
Rally In Screening Everyone
- Make a donation to provide life-saving mammograms to women in need. New this year, choose exactly where your donation goes.
- Take our educational eBook Quiz to find relevant breast health resources.
Rally In Serving Everyone
- Make a donation to support patient navigators who specialize in serving at-risk populations.
- Volunteer to join virtually in Helping Women Now.
Rally In Supporting Everyone
- Spread the word about Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or LinkedIn.
- Host a virtual fundraiser or Facebook fundraiser benefiting NBCF.
- Leave a hope-filled message on the Wall of Support
- Share the story of how you or a loved one have been affected by breast cancer.
- Proudly wear a pink ribbon during October or year-round.
Our very own Mr. John Helms accepted an award from Brett Mosely (pictured left) and
Pete Thompson (pictured right) for 2 years of working safe!
|Employee||Date of Hire||Employee||Date of Hire|
|Glen Wayne Smith||10/18/1990||Garry Oglesby||10/10/1995|
|Eleazar Nino Palma||10/18/2004||Jon Van Vranken||10/10/2014|
|Lacresha Smith||10/1/2015||Billy Jo Guest||10/26/2015|
|Brandon Gossett||10/1/2016||Jackie Matlock||10/9/2017|
|Brian McKinnie||10/22/2018||Michele Sivard||10/13/2019|
|Shawn Levi Garrett||10/17/2019||Ricky Hostetler||10/17/2019|
|Zackary Naylor||10/17/2019||Smith Gallagher||10/23/2019|
|Spencer Teague||10/19/2020||Charles Mendez||10/26/2020|
Courage to Care
Manuel Arriaga Alvarez, Oscar Brassfield, KeyShaun Cahill, Jimmy Eastep,
Clinton Farrow, John Israel and Garry Stacey