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Sat June 29, 2013 Mount Sterling, KY 40353 US Directions



350 Silver Lake Dr
Mount Sterling, KY US 40353


Race or Walk. $25 ($35 after June 15th). 5K course on the course at Old Silo Golf Course. Awards for top runners, Free t-shirt for all pre-registered participants.

On-site registration available June 29th.


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About Us

Terri always gave from her heart. She wanted everyone around her to have the same opportunities as she was able to experience...from buying a kid a pair of shoes to paying for a school trip, she felt these things would make lasting impressions... So in an effort to keep that spirit alive we have established THE TERF, INC., ...Terri E. Rice Foundation to help youth in Montgomery County achieve their goals and dreams by supporting programs that focus on the following; but not limited to educational, recreational, academic and personal development activities. Operated entirely by volunteers who are excellent role models because many are from backgrounds similar to those they serve. They provide a powerful example that belief in yourself, hard work, discipline and goal setting can achieve success.

Our mission is to educate at-risk youth, offering them the expanded advantages and the same opportunities as anyone else. It’s our goal to assist youth to develop a positive self image, set realistic goals and benefit from first hand experiences in positive social relationships. We value and promote youth ideas, input, involvement, diversity, communication, and success. Through leadership, we hope to progress to the fulfillment of our vision.

We are a unique resource to help manage the many challenges that keep youth from being successful such as low self-esteem, poor personal health, family situations and poor school performance. Once we are able to reach their needs we can teach them life lessons. 

With that being said it is our goal and dream to give kids life changing experiences they can look back on and say,” wow someone does care.” Those come in both big and small packages. Many of these kids have never gotten the chance to experience the little things in life that you and I take for granted, such as: going out to dinner, going to the mall, going ice skating, skiing, to the water or amusement park. We want to give kids a chance, that’s all that some ask for. The goal is to enrich a youth’s life in ways that no classroom lesson can deliver. Won't you be a part of this experience because it's true that, “you get what you want when you give others what they need.”

Our Vision:

*Enhance community awareness and communication, which includes youth awareness of the community and the community’s awareness of youth issues.

*Protect and advocate for the best interest of Montgomery County youth.

*Support the needs and endeavors of Montgomery County youth.

*Promote youth interests in culture and diversity.

*Advocate for youth needs and opinions related to education, socialization and other needs determined.

With that said our primary and only goal is to assist disadvantaged youth. If you believe as we do no youth shall be robbed of opportunities and relationships that could forever shape their future then this is definitely something you will want to become a part of.


Basket of Hope...

Bringing together people to rebuild a community.

Often times the smallest gestures are those that help and mean the most. By this small token you could help transform the outlook and way of life for a family who could be living just down the street. We hope that you will take the time to consider being a part of something great.


A program designed to change lives.

In short it's a sponsorship program where members of the community engage and make a lasting impact of a student in need!  Click below to find out more about the program and how to become a sponsor.

Feeding those in need...

Bringing together a community

Community service is a vital part of who we are and what we stand for. Not only from within our orgaization but from the community itself. We feel through this it opens doors and eyes to the needs that are right in front of us. It is never our intention to enable individuals rather to empower them. My moms saying, "you get what you want, when you give others what they need". This doesn't imply we simply give hand outs. We give students and inividuals the tools they need in order to be self sufficient members of society. We want them in turn to help those around them.




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