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.

Winston County schools clean up with donation of wipes

Teachers Amanda Bartlett, Shea Williams, Evon McCurley, Liz Brannon and Kellie Boyd with Addison Elementary pre-K classes and McCurley's first grade class in front of several pallets of cleaning wipes. Courtesy Photo.
WINSTON COUNTY - Addison and Double Springs elementary schools will soon have received 30,000 packages each of Lysol® disinfecting wipes from Frontline Impact Project® thanks to Lysol’s® Here for Healthy Schools campaign. Each of the 60,000 packages contains 80 wipes, for a whopping total of 4,800,000 wipes, which are being shared with all county schools.

HES receives $1,000 contribution from Mark Forester Foundation

From left, Ray Forester, father of fallen Airman Mark Forester, who died while serving his country in Afghanistan, presents the $1,000 check to Elementary Principal Christy Bice. At far right is Forester’s daughter Terri Cox, also of the Mark Forester Foundation.

HALEYVILLE  - The Mark Forester Foundation presented $1,000 to Haleyville Elementary School, for having the most participants in  9th annual  Mark Forester Race, which was held in May on the campus of Haleyville City Schools.

Not only did staff from the elementary school participate in the race but they also manned a cooling station across from Barry’s Carpet, where they gave out water, Gatorade and snacks to race participants.

Winston County Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputy Program receives donation

Pictured from left to right are: Winston County Sheriff Tommy Moore, Winston County Reserve Sergeant Horace Moore, June King and Glenn Phillips, both with First National Bank of Double Springs.

DOUBLE SPRINGS - First National Bank of Double Springs recently made a generous donation to the Winston County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Reserve program.  The money will be used to purchase reserve deputy supplies.