Teaming Up for SNAP

Hartselle Parks and Recreation Employees planned, organized and managed a one-pitch softball tournament benefiting the John Mark Stallings Special Needs Accessible Playground (SNAP). Modern Woodmen of America pledged to match the money raised by the tournament.

The tournament netted $1,512.50, which Modern Woodmen matched, for a total donation of $3,025.00. Shown at the presentation of the check are (L to R): Darryl Turney and Thomas Phillips (Parks and Recreation), Nancy Busby, Jack Templeton and Laverne Foster (SNAP Committee members), and Jennie Jones (Hartselle Chapter of Modern Woodmen).

This donation will be applied toward completion of the main playground, the third and final phase of the SNAP project.

Parks and Recreation employees plan a second tournament to benefit SNAP in 2014.

For more information about SNAP, contact Bob Francis, at 256-227-3483. Your tax-deductible donation can be mailed to SNAP of Hartselle, Inc., P.O. Box 512, Hartselle, AL 35640, or donated online at www.snapplayground.org.

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