Locust Fork receives grants







Locust Fork has been awarded two community services grants totaling $5500, presented Aug. 10 by Rep. Elwyn Thomas and County Commission Chairman David Standridge. A grant of $2500 will go toward the remodeling and new construction of the town park's restrooms. The one for $3000 will go to Locust Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue and is dedicated to the purchase of a new rescue vehicle. Shown above are (back from left) Tammy Riebe, town clerk; councilors Sarah Holt, Greg Sherrer, Charles Gilliland, Robert Chamblee; (front) Thomas, Mayor Joseph B. Hughes, and Standridge. – Tanna Friday

Locust Fork has been awarded two community services grants totaling $5500, presented Aug. 10 by Rep. Elwyn Thomas and County Commission Chairman David Standridge. A grant of $2500 will go toward the remodeling and new construction of the town park’s restrooms. The one for $3000 will go to Locust Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue and is dedicated to the purchase of a new rescue vehicle. Shown above are (back from left) Tammy Riebe, town clerk; councilors Sarah Holt, Greg Sherrer, Charles Gilliland, Robert Chamblee; (front) Thomas, Mayor Joseph B. Hughes, and Standridge. – Tanna Friday