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Hartselle Enquirer

$15k raised for community task force at annual banquet  

By Staff Reports  

The annual banquet and fundraiser for the Hartselle-Morgan County Community Task Force was held April 20 at the Hartselle Tabernacle.  

The event is the sole fundraiser for the organization that tutors children in Hartselle and Morgan County at Hartselle Junior High School three days a week free of charge.  

Hartselle City Schools’ superintendent Dr. Brian Clayton was the keynote speaker of the evening that included a catered meal by Fuqua’s Southern Soul Food and a silent auction and raffle. Kenny Thompson was the winner of a Toro zero-turn lawnmower.  

Taskforce president George Hearring said between 75 and 100 people attended the 11th annual event that raised nearly $15,000 that will go to support the organization.  

Three tutors and one administrator make up the taskforce founded in 2012 by Hearring. The organization currently tutors 15 Morgan County children.  

 

 

 

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