CDPEA donates to botanical garden project and humane society
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Grant Bissey (center), CDPEA president, presents a $500 check to Cheryl Bragg, (left), executive director, Anniston Museum of Natural History, and George Carruth (right), president, Anniston Rotary Club. The charitable donation was made in support of the ongoing construction of the Longleaf Botanical Garden project sponsored by the Anniston Museum of Natural History in partnership with the Anniston Rotary Club. Photo: Special to The Star
Grant Bissey (center), CDPEA president, presents a $500 check to Cheryl Bragg, (left), executive director, Anniston Museum of Natural History, and George Carruth (right), president, Anniston Rotary Club. The charitable donation was made in support of the ongoing construction of the Longleaf Botanical Garden project sponsored by the Anniston Museum of Natural History in partnership with the Anniston Rotary Club. Photo: Special to The Star
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Grant Bissey (right), CDPEA president, presents a $500 check to Karon Johnston, director of the Calhoun County Humane Society (CCHS). The CCHS relies predominantly on donations and devotes countless hours caring for abandoned, lost, and mistreated cats and dogs. Photo: Special to The Star
The Center for Domestic Preparedness Employee Association (CDPEA) recently made two separate donations of $500 each to the Longleaf Botanical Garden project and the Calhoun County Humane Society (CCHS).
Grant Bissey (right), CDPEA president, presents a $500 check to Karon Johnston, director of the Calhoun County Humane Society (CCHS). The CCHS relies predominantly on donations and devotes countless hours caring for abandoned, lost, and mistreated cats and dogs. Photo: Special to The Star The Center for Domestic Preparedness Employee Association (CDPEA) recently made two separate donations of $500 each to the Longleaf Botanical Garden project and the Calhoun County Humane Society (CCHS).
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The Botanical Garden is a project of the Anniston Museum of Natural History with support from the Anniston Rotary Club, and will offer a variety of gardens and trails for the public to enjoy. The CCHS donation will help with costs associated with facilities construction, care for the pets and utilities.
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