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SNAP entered in Peoples Bank contest

The John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground in Hartselle has a chance to win a share of $35,000.

The playground has been entered in a Facebook contest sponsored by Peoples Bank of Alabama, which is celebrating its 35th anniversary by donating money to local charities.

SNAP project manager Bob Francis said local residents can help SNAP win prize money by voting for the project every day until the contest ends.

“You can vote once a day every day by accessing the Peoples Bank of Alabama Facebook page,” Francis said. “Then click on the box that says ‘Vote Here.’ Then click you can select SNAP from the list.”

The voting began July 11 and will continue for three weeks. Francis said the top 10 charities will each receive $2,500. Voting will then continue on those 10 charities and the top three charities will each receive a share of the $35,000 grand prize.

Francis said that the voting is open to anyone who is a member of Facebook.

“You don’t have to live in Hartselle to vote,” Francis said. “We’re hoping to get as many people as possible to vote.

“Receiving any money from this contest would be a big boost for us. So we’re asking everyone to help us.”

Other charities included in this contest are Morgan County Extension 4-H, Habitat for Humanity and Decatur General Foundation.

To vote in the contest, CLICK HERE.

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