NCF donates to SNAP

June 6, 2012

Carolyn Lawrence, Tonya Challis & Ronnie Williams with SNAP members (Photo by Melissa Winslow)

The Nolan County Foundation recently donated $5,000 to the City of Sweetwater Senior Nutritional Activities Program (SNAP). The funds are to be matched by the City of Sweetwater and will be used to purchase fixtures and other items needed by SNAP. The congregate program is temporarily occupied in the Trail of Lights building across the parking lot from the old structure.
Tonya Challis, Director of SNAP, would like to let the community know that the program is still going. "Meals are still being served and activities are still planned," she said. "Also, any donation towards the project is greatly appreciated."
Pictured (standing) are Carolyn Lawrence, NCF board member; Tonya Challis, SNAP Director; and Ronnie Williams, NCF board member, with a group of SNAP members playing a game of dominoes at the Trail of Lights building.

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