Arley Women’s Club receives funding from Cullman Electric

Pictured above from left to right. Front row, Beth Sargent, AWC vice president and Laurie McGriff, AWC president. Back row, from left, Daryl Calvert, James Fields, Lisa Weeks, Chad Alexander, David Hembree, Phillip Garrison, Lynda Carter, Sheila Sizemore and Robert Tidwell, Cullman Electric Board of Trustees members. (Courtesy Photo)

ARLEY - The board of directors for Cullman Electric Cooperative recently represented a check in the amount of $2,000 to the Arley Women’s Club to use toward its many philanthropic endeavors.  The donation was matched by Cullman Co-Op’s partner, Co-Bank, of Colorado. 

With their Showing Concern for the Community program, Cullman Electric donates funds to local non-profits.  The acceptance of this donation was one of the first activities of the new AWC board, which was elected in May. 

The Arley Women’s Club thanks all of its supporters, including Cullman Electric, for making their work possible.  The Arley Women’s Club serves many needs throughout Arley and the surrounding communities, and the club’s ability to impact and serve the communities is only possible because of generous support of sponsors such as Cullman Electric and Co-Bank, members stated.  The Arley Women’s Club is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.

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