2016 Legislative Session - Left to right, Craig Sizemore, Roger Brothers, Dr. Linda Forte,
Senator Greg J. Reed, Susan Wesson, Donald Sherrod, Joe Owings and James Martin
2016 Legislative Session - Left to right, back row, Mickey Smith, Craig Sizemore, Senator Gerald Allen,
Harold McCool, Donald Sherrod, Joe Owings, James Martin; front row, Roger Brothers, Tammy Doughty,
Dianne McCool, Angie Porter, Susan Wesson, Dr. Linda Forte
The City of Livingston used RC&D Funds to lay a concrete pad, repair leaning batting cages
and purchase artificial turf to enhance the enjoyment of students as they practice their sport.
Susan Wesson conducts a Honeybee Demonstration at Crestmont Elementary School in Tuscaloosa County on
May 16th. Students learn the vital part honeybees play in the pollination of plants and subsequently,
sustaining our food supply.
Gordo High School Athletic Club requested RC&D Funds to replace perimeter fencing as well as
exterior fencing around the football stadium that had fallen into disrepair.
Lamar County School of Technology utilized Tombigbee RC&D funds to upgrade the health science classroom
to allow students to test for their CNA license beginning this year.
Fayette County High School AgriScience Department utilized RC&D funds to purchase a Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC)
Plasma Cutter to allow students to train in metal fabrication.
The Tuscaloosa County Natural Resource Planning Committee presented a natural resource field day at
Oakmulgee WMA on Thursday, March 10th. Turkey research, long leaf burn management,
feral hog management and deer research were discussed by natural resource professionals.
Southern Academy in Hale County received RC&D funds to purchase iPads for students
to have one-on-one time to learn recognition of letters and to serve as positive reinforcement for good behavior.
Students at Crestmont Elementary School utilized RC&D funds to turn an unattractive area
outside their classroom into a desirable area for students to learn about the environment via plant identification,
bird and wildlife recognition through observation and hands-on learning.
Tombigbee RC&D funds were provided to purchase iPads w/cases for 3rd graders at Moundville Elementary
School who use them for AR testing, playing educational games and other class learning activities.
The Town of Epes in Sumter County requested RC&D Funds to build a large pavilion to
accomodate public and private events.
Fayette County High School FFA requested RC&D Funds to begin Phase 2 of a greenhouse facility to provide
opportunities & training about plant sciences as applied to the agricultural industry.
Carrollton Public Library in Pickens County used RC&D funds to purchase computer software and Lego sets
to aid in teaching story writing and math to students during the Summer.
Greene County Foster & Adoptive Parents Association sponsored Girl Scout Troup 408 in requesting funds to
be used for teaching social graces to the girls by exposing them to social and cultural events which build character
and self esteem.
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