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(From left) Elliott Hollingsworth, Craig Jorgenson, E’dee Grun and Whitney Mosteller display Cerrowire’s donation to Feeding Families.

Cerrowire supports local communities with donations

Special to the Enquirer  

As a leading U.S. manufacturer of copper building wire with plants located in several states, Cerrowire calls many communities home anstrives to make a positive impact in each – including in Hartselle 

During the holiday season, each plant collected donations to help families in their respective areas. Hartselle employees collected toys for Feeding Families of Alabama. Feeding Families helps year-round with food assistance across six counties in north Alabama. During their holiday toy assistance, the organization expected to help 500 children, but recipients exceeded 900. 

“We are really grateful to Cerrowire for the donations,” said executive director E’dee Grun. “They’ve brought so much happiness to all the kids!” 

Cerrowire President Stewart Smallwood said amember of the business community, the company feels very strongly that Cerrowire can, and should, make a difference in the lives of the communities we serve.” 

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