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Welcome to Pacesetters Inc!

Pacesetters is a private not for profit organization chartered in the State of Tennessee to provide services and supports to individuals with disabilities and their families.   Established in 1971, Pacesetters provides a variety of services to accomplish its mission.

What is Pacesetters Mission?

Pacesetters mission is to empower and support people with disabilities and their families to lead enriched and fulfilled lives.

Pacesetters’ offers a full array of services in order to support individuals to be valued members of society.   Supported Employment, the Art Program, Supported Living, and all of the other services offered are implemented with philosophy of self...

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Painting the Tale Art Exhibit

In August, EarthWares, 37 N. Cedar Street, will host the work of individuals who participate in Pacesetters’ “Painting the Tale” art program.The opening is this Friday, August 1st,...

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Pacesetters’ and Cookeville Honda's 8th

Yes, I want to PLAY! Reserve My Spot on May 10th, 2014 at White Plains Golf Course! Tee Off begins at 8:30. Please join us for a great day of fun and prizes while c...

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Do you know someone who provides direct support to people with disabilities who demonstrates the values of the DSP Code of Ethics?  Then, they should be nominated to win an award!  Monthly ($100), Quarterly ($500), and Annual Above and Beyond ($1,000) awards are given.

The Direct Support Professionals Recognition Program is a collaborative effort of the Direct Support Professionals Association of Tennessee (DSPAT) and the State of Tennessee, Department of Intellectual Developmental Disabilities (DIDD).  The program is funded by DIDD.  In support of this effort,...

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Painting the Tale Art Exhibit

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In August, EarthWares, 37 N. Cedar Street, will host the work of individuals who participate in Pacesetters’ “Painting the Tale” art program.

The opening is this Friday, August 1st, from 5 until 8 p.m.

At the opening, Travis Jarrell will present a dance performance. Travis was a visiting artist at Pacesetters in February, and will begin a dance program at Pacesetters’ Putnam Center this coming year.
The exhibit will feature ceramic polar bears created in February during visiting artist Linda Johnson’s workshop. Also on display will be drawings of birds, especially Sandhill cranes, and endangered species, such as elephants and polar bears, created over the last three years. Prints and cards will also be available. Sales for the month of August will help establish a fund to enable the Pacesetters' Painting the Tale program to apply for matching grants. Grants from the Cookeville Arts Council supported both Linda Johnson and Travis Jarrell as visiting artists at Pacesetters.

 

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