Community Involvement

The feeling of belonging extends well beyond the walls of our facilities. It spreads out into the communities that we serve. Fulcrum Concepts works hard to make a difference in communities where we live and work. Whether it’s helping kids and adults lead healthier lives, supporting our nation’s military veterans, or picking up trash along our highways, we strive to support the initiatives that are bettering our communities.


    Patriot Run

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    Boy Scouts

    Boy Scout Activities

    Colbi Byrd’s Project

    community_scouts02Eagle Scout Troop 133 assisted Gloucester Parks and Recreation in making repairs to outdoor equipment at Ark Park. Two rusted metal benches were replaced, as well as the top and bench portions of one picnic table. They also added a handicap-accessible picnic table to the park. Fulcrum Concepts provided project funding for lumber, railroad ties, cement, mounting hardware, and– the most important thing to Boy Scouts– PIZZA!


    Logan Touchstone’s Project

    community_scouts02 From Gloucester-Mathews Gazette Journal Logan Touchstone, a Boy Scout with Troop 111 in Gloucester, worked on his Eagle Scout project– a walking trail at Woodville Park– with some fellow Scouts and other volunteers last weekend. Touchstone got a sponsor (Fulcrum Concepts LLC) to pay for chain saws, tree trimmers, and a hand saw for the project. Fulcrum also bought the volunteers pizzas for lunch.

    The walking trail is about a quarter of a mile long. A member of Troop 111 for four years, Touchstone is a Life Scout. Before Troop 111, he was with Cub Scout Pack 175 for five years. Now that his project is completed, he will go to the Eagle Board before is awarded Scouting’s highest rank.




    REDFAM 2013 Sponsor

    redfamFrom REDFAM… “This network addresses families’ needs of service members assigned to Special Operations Command South. As our service men and women deploy to protect America’s freedoms, it is the families who stay behind and keep the home ready for their return. After multiple lengthy deployments, the bonds that hold these families together begins to strain and it is important for there to be an organization available to offer these families support, both when the service member is away and for when they return home.”

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    Bluegrass Family Day

    Bluegrass Family Day & Fly-In

    bluegrass01Fulcrum Concepts LLC is pleased to have been a sponsor of the 2013 Bluegrass Family Day and Fly-In. The proceeds of this event benefited the Cancer Society and Fire & EMS. We provided use of the Phase 1 and 2 land and tarmac, 3 main gifts for the raffle, refreshments, and a dunk tank. Thanks to the participation of the volunteers, businesses, and other members of the community, the event raised over $12,500!


    The Southside Sentinel

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    Momentum Foundation

    jason02The Momentum Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides education and law enforcement support for the community. Jason Glenn, FCLLC’s Director of Emerging Technologies and a retired master aviator with over 4,000 hours of flight time, has worked with the Foundation to provide a Rotary Wing Stability & Control course to students from the industry. He has also supported several demonstration flights, including orientation flights for Mechanical Engineering students at Tennessee Tech University.


    Local Fly-In Event

    jason01bJason has also participated at a North Alabama charitable fly-in event hosted by the EAA and co-hosted by the Buckhorn High School Band. This event utilized the Moontown Airport, and brought together local aviation enthusiasts for a morning of fun and flying.

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