2012-03-29 / Front Page

Schmidt Community Trust Presents Grants



Clyde Bookheimer of the Arthur and Ruth Schmidt Community Trust Committee presents a check for $15,000 to Fulton County Food Basket representatives Susan Cubbage and William Hines, center, as a portion of this year’s community support grants. The trust also gave $3,000 to the Fulton County Art Club for lights at the county library and $10,000 to the Fulton County Catholic Mission’s Christmas gift program for a total of $28,000. Hines told the committee that the Food Basket is facing uncertain funding so the grant “couldn’t have come at a better time.’’ Considered a model program by the state, the local Food Basket is celebrating 30 years of service this year and has been a lifeline to local families in need. Schmidt committee members pictured, from left, are attorney Jim Schall, Clyde Bookheimer, Dr. Harry Johnston and Denver Kuhn. Clyde Bookheimer of the Arthur and Ruth Schmidt Community Trust Committee presents a check for $15,000 to Fulton County Food Basket representatives Susan Cubbage and William Hines, center, as a portion of this year’s community support grants. The trust also gave $3,000 to the Fulton County Art Club for lights at the county library and $10,000 to the Fulton County Catholic Mission’s Christmas gift program for a total of $28,000. Hines told the committee that the Food Basket is facing uncertain funding so the grant “couldn’t have come at a better time.’’ Considered a model program by the state, the local Food Basket is celebrating 30 years of service this year and has been a lifeline to local families in need. Schmidt committee members pictured, from left, are attorney Jim Schall, Clyde Bookheimer, Dr. Harry Johnston and Denver Kuhn.

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