NASHVILLE, Tenn. - The Salvation Army is offering new resources to its North Nashville community with the grand-opening of the Milt Servais Learning Center and Computer Lab.
It is located inside the Magness-Potter Community Center.
People can use the 12 computers for job training and research, and also attend weekly life skills classes.
The new center was made possible by an endowment fund created by friends of Milt Servais, a former employee who dedicated his life to serving others through the Salvation Army.
"It is fitting that he be honored in this place in particular because this was his favorite place to do the ministry that he was called to do," said his son, Mike Servais.
The Salvation Army is calling for volunteers to help monitor the computer lab and learning center on a daily basis. If you are interested, please contact Director of Volunteers, Misty Ratcliff, at (615) 416-3175.