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Trimble Talks

Teaching students to believe in themselves. 

These are some of the organizations

Jerry has worked with.

East End Boys Club. Vancouver, B.C.

Delta Boys Club, Sands Secondary School. Delta B.C. 

Options Charter School.  Noblesville, Indiana

Vancouver Police Dept. Cadets program.  Vancouver, B.C.

Campbell County Middle School. Alexandria, Kentucky

Camp Choice B.C.  Vancouver, B.C. 

John Oliver Secondary School. Vancouver, B.C.

Auburn High School. Rockford, Illinois

Celtic Academy.   Alberta, Canada

Champion Gym.   Alberta, Canada 

Project Limelight.   Vancouver, B.C.

Vancouver Girls Club.   Vancouver, B.C.

Templeton Secondary School.  Vancouver, B.C.

Lord Kitchener Elementary School.  Vancouver, B.C.

Woodfill Elementary School.   Fort Thomas, Kentucky

Kenton County Detention Center.   Covington, Kentucky

Vancouver Boys Club.   Vancouver, B.C. 

Boys and Girls Clubs of America.  Los Angeles, California 

L.A.P.D. Jeopardy Anti-Gang Program  Los Angeles, California  

Children of the Night.  Van Nuys, California 

Cops-N-Jocks.  Los Angeles, California

Actors for Autism.  Glendale, California 

Theatricks for Kids.  Sherman Oaks, California

Athletes and Entertainers for Kids. Los Angeles, California 

Martin Luther King Jr. Children's Hospital.  Los Angeles, California 

Planet Hope.   Los Angeles, California

Kids Helping Kids.   Los Angeles, California

Ridgeview Drug & Alcohol Institute.  Smyrna, Georgia 

Franklin Elementary School.  Pasadena, California 

Highlands High School. Fort Thomas, Kentucky  

Jerry Trimble speaks to the Boys and Girls Club of San Pedro, California

A comfort zone can be a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there.  

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