Volume 51, Number 43

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Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, October 23, 2014

$1,000 Grant awarded to Pickett County organization

The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee has distributed
a $1,000 grant to the Pickett County Humane Society
as part of The Foundation’s annual grant making process.
“The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee connects
generosity with need by supporting our region’s hard-working
nonprofit organizations,” said Ellen Lehman, president of The
Community Foundation. “The Foundation appreciates that
these programs matter, congratulates the organizations on
their efforts and salutes the dedicated people who work to enhance
the quality of life in our community.”
Pickett County Humane Society has received a grant to provide
spay/neuter services to animals and humane education to
low-income families. This contribution is part of The Community
Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s annual grant making
process that has distributed more than $1 million to 202 nonprofit
organizations throughout 30 Middle Tennessee counties.

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