The Cullman County Community Development Commission presented grant checks to seven area businesses, schools and programs Monday afternoon.
Chairman Champ Crocker said the group was excited to be a part of giving back to local groups that do so much for Cullman County.
Board member Cherrie Haney was also present in honoring the groups.
“These businesses play an important role in our local economy and way of life,” Crocker said. “ From school systems, to the Veteran’s Committee, we’re glad to support them with these grants.”
Receiving grants were:
•Sacred Heart School for self-guided student resources, $12,000.
•Cullman Elks Veterans Committee for the 2019 Veterans Day Program, $12,000.
•CCCDD for shipping for supplies, $12,000.
•Hanceville Fire Dept for a fire station generator, $12,000.
•Good Hope Middle School for chromebooks, $10,000.
•Cullman County Community Corrections for Veterans Court, $12,000.
•United Way of Cullman County for funding local agencies, $12,000
Other grants were presented on Oct 1. and Oct 4, respectively:
•Cold Springs Community Center for the parking lot and flooring with $12,000.
•North Alabama Agriplex for the Food for Life Program, $12,000.