Sunday, September 19, 2010

Operation Nineveh Fall Classic

Operation Nineveh is holding its
Fall Classic Charity Golf Tournament.

Operation Nineveh is an organization established to help get homeless people off the streets of Rocky Mount and into a safe environment.


The tournament will consist of:

Four-Man Scramble

Longest Drive Contest

Closest-to-the-Pin Contest


$50 PER GOLFER

Price includes: Green Fees, Cart Fees, Lunch, Snacks and Soft Drinks

Prizes will be awarded for First and Second place teams, Closest to the

Pin and Longest Drive contests

Door Prizes and Gift Bags

Noon - Registration, Practice Range,

Pre-tournament snacks.

1 p.m. – Shotgun Start.

Tournament Coordinator

Bryan Bush 252-218-5544


2010 Golf Tournament Sponsorship Opportunities

Ace Package $1,000 and up

·

Company Name

Street Address

Address 2

City, ST ZIP Code

Phone (555)555-0125

Fax (555)555-0145

Web site address

8 golfers

· Opportunity to include your brochure and/or promotional items in gift bags

· Banner placement at tournament (please provide banner)

· Letter of Appreciation

· Hyperlink and large company logo on Operation Nineveh website

· Recognition as an Operation Nineveh official sponsor

Eagle Package ________$500

· 4 golfers

· Opportunity to include your brochure and/or promotional items in gift bags

· Banner placement at tournament (please provide banner)

· Letter of Appreciation

· Hyperlink & large company logo on Operation Nineveh website

Birdie Package____ $400

· 4 golfers

· Hole Sponsor / Hole signage

· Hyperlink & company logo on Operation Nineveh website

· Letter of Appreciation

Par Package $100

· Hole Sponsor / Hole signage

·

Honorable mention on Operation Nineveh website

· Letter of Appreciation

Friday, September 17, 2010

Power of the press

Less than 24 hours after this story was published in the Rocky Mount Telegram, Operation Nineveh already had received phone calls for a hole sponsor for its upcoming golf tournament, and a church had offered to donate materials and labor for the interior walls.

Praise Jesus.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Making progress

For the past six months, things have been progressing here at Operation Nineveh on South Church Street in Rocky Mount. We've framed up the walls for the front part of the building, which will serve as our sanctuary.

Some day in the near future, we hope to open our doors to those in need of food and shelter.
But so much more work needs to be done. And we need help. We're looking for carpenters, plumbers, electricians, painters, drywall hangers.

If you can do any of these jobs, please come down and visit us. We truly believe that once you step through the doors and see the vision we have for Operation Nineveh, you'll catch the spirit.

Our hope in the coming months is that we can paint the front of the building, finish the walls in the sanctuary and construct a mandatory firewall dividing two sections of the building.

But we need help - both in monetary donations and labor. If God is calling you to help here, please listen.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Charity golf tournament supporters

This past weekend's charity golf tournament was a big success for Operation Nineveh, and we'd like to show our appreciation.

First, here is a link to photos taken by the Rocky Mount Telegram.

Operation Nineveh would like to thank the following hole sponsors and vendors for their support during this year’s charity golf tournament:

Aapril Tax Service – Waukegan, Ill.

Affinity Group – Gene Perry and Edward Meyer – Rocky Mount and Nags Head

Adams Golf

American Red Cross - Rocky Mount

BackStage Hair Salon

Benvenue Country Club

Birchwood Country Club

Carolina Panthers

Chick-Fil-A – Rocky Mount

Chili's - Rocky Mount

Daughtridge Gas and Oil Co.

Dick Jenkins for Nash County Sheriff

EAS Sports Nutrition

Ecco Shoes

Golf Pride grips

Hardee's Equipment Division - Rocky Mount

Harley-Davidson - Rocky Mount

Jimmy’s Seafood Buffet – Outer Banks

John Raser - professional golfer

Le Bleu water – Wilson

Lisa Tedder Realty – Nash, Wilson, Edgecombe and Wake counties

Northgreen Country Club

Olive Garden - Rocky Mount

Outback Steakhouse – Rocky Mount

Pepsi – Rocky Mount

Pizza Hut – Rocky Mount

Ricky Parks for Nash County Sheriff

Rocky Mount Telegram

SCNS Sports Foods

Sun Drop – Rocky Mount

Srixon

Texas Steakhouse – Rocky Mount

Wilson Country Club


We'd also like to thank the players who participated in the event:


Trevor Seibert
Ann and Bill Winstead
Jason Bland and his team
Chip Smith
Tony Moss from Alaska
Mesha Levister
Church on the Rise team members
BackStage Hair Salon team members
Adam Goldenberg
Phil Parks
James Biggs
Carolyn Allsbrook
J. Eric Eckard
Frank Glover
JohnTomaszeski
Joey Batten
Jay Woodard
Ryan Hepler
Randy Manning

Thanks to all these supporters, we've got enough start-up money to begin a small portion of the renovation. But we need more. And with God's help, we'll be able to get those funds in the future.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Golf tournament

The 2nd Annual Operation Nineveh Charity Golf Tournament is almost here, and we think this year's event will be an even bigger success than last year's fundraiser.

It's being held April 16 at
Northgreen Country Club, and about a dozen teams have committed to play. But there's room for more - either as singles or teams. Plus, we're offering hole sponsorships this year for $100.

Call Bryan Bush for more information at 252-218-5544. Or call J. Eric Eckard at 252-210-2379.

Candidates for Nash County sheriff
Dick Jenkins and Ricky Parks both have agreed to sponsor holes during the tournament. And the Rocky Mount Telegram is sponsoring one of the snack stands out on the course.

But rounds of golf for the top teams are on the line next week - from sites like
Benvenue Country Club, Wilson Country Club, Birchwood Country Club and Heritage Golf Club.

Two closest to the pin contests and a long drive competition offer a chance for golfers to win prizes from
Adams Golf and Golf Pride.

And all participants will receive a goodie bag with gift cards from
Ecco, Outback Steakhouse and a chance of winning a prize pack that includes items from Adams Golf, Rocky Mount Harley-Davidson, Jimmy's Seafood Buffet, American Red Cross, Aapril Tax Service and lessons from teaching professional Bryan Bush.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Operation Nineveh

Pastor Tommy Ivey talks about how Operation Nineveh got its name.


video

Monday, December 14, 2009







Here are a few before shots of the building that will one day house the homeless shelter and soup kitchen. It will take much work, and we're looking for a lot of help.

But with God's help, we can do it. And if you look past the the boarded-up windows and nearly empty shell of a structure, maybe you can see a place that will one day be a haven for those who need a hand up - not a hand-out.