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This Month’s UCEMC Cares Grants Awarded

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Cares Grants Awarded since January 2014: $1,958,192.06

This Month’s UCEMC Cares Grant Recipients

  • Smith Co Fair was granted $954.70. The funds will be used to pay craftsmen in the Pioneer Village and performers for 12+ performances.
  • Riddleton/Dixon Springs Volunteer Fire Department was granted $2,500.00. The funds will be used to purchase a battery powered chainsaw with extra battery, carbine chain and battery powered leaf blower.
  • MHS Quarterback Club was granted $500. The funds will be used to purchase safety equipment – shoulder pads and helmets.
  • PSMS PTO – PSMS Boys Soccer was granted $500. The funds will be used for uniforms, equipment, field paint, etc.
  • UHS Bees Basketball was granted $481.35. The funds will be used for upcoming region, sectional and state tournament.
  • Farm Bureau Educational Tour was granted $1900. The funds will be used to provide a free field trip to all Jackson and Putnam county first graders.
  • FBC BackPack Food Ministry was granted $750. The funds will be used to purchase food to supply weekend meals to children in Overton County who do not have adequate food supplies.
  • Overton County JR Wildcats Girls Soccer Booster Club was granted $381.35. The funds will be used to update AED, balls, concussion headbands, athletic braces and first aid kits.
  • Hardy’s Chapel Volunteer Fire Department was granted $750. The funds will be used to purchase new chainsaws and leaf blowers.
  • Hilham Elementary PTO was granted $750. The funds will be used to provide t shirts for students for their Fun Run.
  • Monroe Volunteer Fire Department was granted $750. The funds will be used to purchase a laptop for documenting dept business, meeting minutes and financials.
  • Poke Sallet Foundation was granted $1808. The funds will be used for the Poke Sallet Festival – provide port-a-johns, portable sinks, and safety gear for volunteers.
  • Jackson County Band Boosters was granted $1500. The funds will be used to support the Twin Lakes Small Band Clinic, which trains students from over 15 schools.

Cares Grants Awarded since January 2014:  $1,958,192.06    

 

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