Short Mt. School receives funds for track

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Coordinated School Health is a recent recipient of funds from the Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Project Hometown Help program. The funds will be used to assist in constructing a walking track for the Short Mountain Elementary School.

Project Hometown Help is funded by the customers of Middle Tennessee Natural Gas who allow the utility to round their bill up to the next dollar. The money collected in this fashion is distributed to local organizations and charities. These customers have given more than $1,750,000 to their communities since 2005.

Accepting the check for Coordinated School Health is Mr. Robert Pitts, Principal - Short Mountain Elementary School, right. Presenting the check for Middle Tennessee Natural Gas is Justin Phillips, Service Technician, left.

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