Chamber gets $13,500 grant from CAWACO







From left, Aimee Wilson, David Standridge, Donnie Ray, Elwyn Thomas, Patti Pennington (CAWACO), Kelley Cochran, and Drayton Nabors (CAWACO) gather on the porch at Twin Oaks to highlight the Chamber’s receipt of a $13,500 grant from CAWACO. The money will be applied to the cost of updating and printing the “Welcome to Blount County” magazine, also known as the newcomer’s guide. The magazine is used as a recruiting tool for businesses, industries, and homeowners, as well as a reference source for residents. CAWACO Resource Conservation & Development is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports educational and community development projects in Central Alabama, with an outstanding record of assistance to county schools and communities. – Ron Gholson

From left, Aimee Wilson, David Standridge, Donnie Ray, Elwyn Thomas, Patti Pennington (CAWACO), Kelley Cochran, and Drayton Nabors (CAWACO) gather on the porch at Twin Oaks to highlight the Chamber’s receipt of a $13,500 grant from CAWACO. The money will be applied to the cost of updating and printing the “Welcome to Blount County” magazine, also known as the newcomer’s guide. The magazine is used as a recruiting tool for businesses, industries, and homeowners, as well as a reference source for residents. CAWACO Resource Conservation & Development is a 501(c)(3) organization that supports educational and community development projects in Central Alabama, with an outstanding record of assistance to county schools and communities. – Ron Gholson