Our Pay it Forward honoree this week is DebbieAnn Woodard, who is the manager at the Tallassee Senior Center.
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Dr. Qiana Matthews is an associate professor in the Microbiology PhD program at ASU, where they are investigating therapies to combat the coronavirus and common cold.
Sonza Yelder Winters works at Walmart and is also a minister at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Selma. But it’s what she does outside her main jobs that made her friend, Jan Crews, nominate her for the Pay It Forward award.
Jasmine Kennedy graduated from Alabama State University in 2016 and came back to her home in Wilcox County to give back. As Executive Director of the Wilcox Area Chamber of Commerce, she started a food drive called “Giving Thanks in Wilcox County.” “It has been so amazing to see it grow with the support of local businesses and even…
Jacqueline Hurt is a registered nurse. She works long hours in the ER and at a nursing home.
Sharon Daniels says she has always had a desire to help others whether it’s teaching and mentoring youth or taking care of family members.
Tammie Rice is a co-owner of Carter Rice & West Funeral Home in Greenville. Although she may have to see people during times of their sadness, in her spare time she wants to be part of their joy. “She’s great in the community. She is a native of Greenville. She graduate from Greenville High School in 1982. She’s…
Our Pay It Forward honoree this week is Letti Hasberry of Selma. She is a basketball coach for her AAU girls basketball team.
Debra Caldwell of Montgomery formed her own non-profit organization “Duchess Divas and Gents Youth Club., which instills love and values to the youth in her community.
For 40 years, Patricia Osborne has served the people in her community by taking them to doctor’s appointments, feeding them and being there when they need her.