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Project 330

FOHC members along with Dick Pigford, an architect from Birmingham with many Black Belt relationships, and Lane Estes the executive assistant to the President, David Pollick at Birmingham Southern met with Geraldine Sands and ministers from Galilee Baptist and Spring Valley Baptist met at the City Hall in Eutaw. It was a meeting to address the initial progress on rebuilding the Churches. Dancy Baptist has been restored by the...

Projects 248-253

November 2005 – January 2006 Book Deliveries: North Sumter Middle School---1200- Livingston High School (Sumter Co.)---40 Lamar County Middle School---2492 Sulligent Elementary (Lamar Co.) ---850+ Other Lamar County schools---580 Sweet Water High School (Marengo Co.) ---1100- Linden Elementary (Marengo Co.) ---400+ Marengo High School---200 John Essex High School (Marengo...

Project 232

Jimbo Tucker of Mt. Brook Community Church and a member of FOHC delivered 1,200 books to the following schools in the Black Belt: Linden Elementary – 600 books Warrior Academy – 200 books Sweet Water High (K-12) – 200 books Marengo High (K-12) – 200 books

Project 219

Lisa Faulkner and her law firm of Farris, Riley and Pitt donated six tickets to The Lion King for Sunday, October 9th at 6:30 p.m.

Project 218

Mark Nichols will treat the 100 ticket holders to the Lion King to a free lunch from Chick-fil-a.

Project 227

FOHC ordered the Demopolis Times for Akron Elementary, Akron High School, and Warrior Academy in Greene County.