April 1, 2021
Zonda Ketcham has a passion for serving, a passion she wanted to share with her own children as she raised them. Because of the solid foundation […]
February 25, 2021
January 15, 2021
For some, it’s difficult to learn the adjustments needed with having a disabled child or family member. The members of Anytime Fitness are accustomed to meeting […]
January 15, 2021
Victory Lane is much more than just a summer camp that is held each year. Throughout the year, Victory Lane also hosts several events for families […]
December 17, 2020
Victory Lane’s purpose is to build relationships around families raising children with disabilities. The mission is to take the relationships that begin at camp and allow them to develop into life-long friendships. As part of the mission, Victory Lane coordinates connection opportunities year-round to help foster these friendships. These opportunities are made possible by our generous donors.
November 19, 2020
One of the cornerstone principles at Victory Lane is the importance of a family mission. Each family develops a family mission as part of the camp session experience, and this mission defines how they engage with one another and within the Victory Lane community.
October 16, 2020
From Kenya to Kentucky, Whitney Renfroe’s life story has taken her around the globe, with the latest chapter including Victory Lane. Whitney isn’t focused on her story, however, but rather the stories of the Victory and Partner families associated with Victory Lane. As a result of the generous investment by Victory Lane donors, Whitney will join the team as the Connections Coordinator for Henry County with a focus on igniting community in the year ahead.