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Pat Kirksey, a member of the Executive Steering Committee, addresses the River City Revitalization Group at their recent meeting, encouraging members of the Greenville High School Class of 1977 to reach out to other classmates, friends, family members and others to volunteer and join in their efforts to work together to make a positive impact on their home community!

“Donors, from near and far, can contribute to this fund and play a significant role in the development of stronger school systems throughout Washington County and in the revitalization efforts of our hometown,” says Kenneth P Williams, founder of the River City Revitalization Group. “We know it takes everyone working together toward a common goal to do what is needed to bring back our ‘Queen City of the Delta, and we hope other classes, individuals and corporations will see this fund as a way to make a lasting impact on the community we all love and cherish!”

To help support their vision for our community, please visit our secure website at www.cfwashco.org to make your donation or mail your donation to P.O. Box 5910, Greenville, MS 38704. Be sure to make your check to the Community Foundation of Washington County and designate River City Revitalization Fund in the memo line. #giveback #inspiregood #philanthropy #collaborations #cfwc
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Thanks to the Delta Democrat Times for their help to "tell our story" about our new fund, River City Revitalization Fund, here at the Community Foundation and the work they are doing to make a positive impact on their home community!!! #giveback #inspiregood #philanthropy #collaborations #cfwc

To help support their mission, please visit our secure website at www.cfwashco.org to make your donation or mail your donation to P.O. Box 5910, Greenville, MS 38704. Be sure to make your check to the Community Foundation of Washington County and designate River City Revitalization Fund in the memo line.
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NEW FUND ALERT!!!

The Community Foundation of Washington County is pleased to announce the establishment of the River City Revitalization Fund, through an effort led by the River City Revitalization Group from the Greenville High School Class of 1977.

The River City Revitalization Fund will serve to fund projects within the Washington County community that focus on renovation, enhancement and beautification, both inside and outside, of the facilities within the educational system, as well as other renovation, enhancement and beautification projects related to the revitalization and improvement of the City of Greenville. According to Linda Jennings, Chairman of the River City Revitalization Group, the establishment of this fund through the Community Foundation of Washington County is the perfect solution. “With our classmates spread out all across our county, this fund gives everyone a quick, easy and trustworthy way to contribute and make a real difference in our hometown. Our core committee plans to focus on projects like restoring and renovating the Music Hall at Greenville High School; projects where individual donors can truly expand the opportunities for students in our community. So many in the Greenville community inspired members of our class to excel academically, artistically and philanthropically, it’s time for us to ‘give back” and to do the same for the next generation!” #giveback #inspiregood #philanthropy #collaborations #cfwc

To support the mission of the River City Revitalization Fund please visit the Foundation’s secure website at www.cfwashco.org to give online. You may also send your donation to the Community Foundation of Washington County at the following address:

Community Foundation of Washington County
P.O. Box 5910
Greenville, MS 38704

Be sure to put the River City Revitalization Fund in the memo line.
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