(Savannah, GA) The Woodville-Tompkins High School Donation American Diabetes Association

By December 21, 2007Local NewsWIRE

The Woodville-Tompkins High School Hall of Fame Association presented a $1000 check to the American Diabetes Association on Wednesday, December 19 at 11:00 a.m. at the Association offices on Paulsen Street.

Funds for a variety of local charities were raised through the recent Hall of Fame Induction Banquet.  The organization inducted seven athletes and a coach.

The other organizations benefiting from the banquet are May Street YMCA ($1000) and Woodville-Tompkins High School ($2000).
According to event organizer Enoch Mathis, “We want to give back to this community and we feel that ADA, May Street Y and Woodville-Tompkins High School all do a great job serving the people of this city.”

ADA Leadership Council Chairperson, Paula Kreissler, with Wound Care Clinic ESU, was on hand to accept the check.  Presented by Woodville-Tompkins officials, the $1000 donation will be used to fund the mission of American Diabetes Association, to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
On hand to present the check, from left to right:
James Hall
Waymon Maynor
Bernice Grimes
Enoch Mathis
Anthony Bailey, President
Doreen Holmes, Treasurer
Mamie Miles

For more information on diabetes or the American Diabetes Association, contact Maria Center at 912-353-8110, ext. 3091.

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