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Project 625

Unfortunately Carraway Hospital failed and had to liquidate their assets. Fortunately for us we were able to receive six truckloads of furniture. Two truckloads went to Livingston High. One truck load was given to the Pickens County Seniors Center and Gordo High School. One more truckload was sent to Berry Elementary and Berry High School. Two other truckloads went to the Lovelady Center in B’ham. The value of the...

Project 623

We ordered and delivered another sign to Livingston High School. The principal had seen other schools in the area and wanted one very badly for his school.

Project 621

Reliable Signs of Pelham and Friends of Hale County combined to furnish new school signs for three schools: Sumter County, York Elementary, and John Essex High School. The signs are 5 x 8 and rest on a 20 foot pole, ten feet above the ground. This gift is one of the best given in terms of improving school morale. One child wrote a thank you note that said, “We will be proud of our sign and feel good.” This is what...

Project 604

From October to November 2008, school supplies were bought and delivered by “Billboard” Ben, Leah, and Brad to York Elementary School. Their community group was totally involved with this project.

Project 603

Alabama Power donated tons of carpet to 13 schools in the Black Belt area. Aliceville High, Gordo Elementary, Gordo High all in Pickens County; Linden Middle School in Marengo County; Livingston High library, the library at Sumter County High, the Campus School at the University of West Alabama and the University of West Alabama, in Sumter County; South Lamar High in Lamar County; Berry Elementary and Berry High in Fayette...

Project 584

From June to July 2008, Alex Briggs delivered carpet and furniture (16 top quality chairs, 3 filing cabinets, some tables, and a credenza) to the University of West Alabama. These items were a donation from Armstrong Transfer-Don Hire and Barry Saunders. They then provided the warehouse space until McIntosh Elementary could come and obtain those items. Carpet was also delivered to Livingston High’s library. Value of...