Plum Creek donates to Athens YMCA
Sunday, November 4, 2012
Athens YMCA, one of Georgia’s leading nonprofit organizations dedicated to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, recently was awarded a $2,872 grant from the Plum Creek Foundation.
Funds will support the purchase of picnic tables for the newly constructed athletic field house, a 560- square-foot facility that provides extra space for events and center activities. Pictured: Jim Rundorff, senior director Land Asset Management of the local Plum Creek office, and Janie Bush, development director of the YMCA.
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