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Community Foundation welcomes new trustees

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Community Foundation has welcomed four new members to its board of trustees.
The new members are civic leader Sarah Cook, Cliff Ritchie of Carolina Beverage Corp., Charles Taylor of Taylor Clay Products Inc. and Salisbury Mayor Paul Woodson.
Existing Salisbury Community Foundation Board members include Chairman Dwight F. Messinger, Vice Chairman Steve Fisher, Immediate Past Chairman Tom Smith, Greg Alcorn, Dr. Kathleen S. Boyd, Sarah Busby, Larry T. Cloninger Jr., Shari Graham, Judy Grissom, Carol Herndon, Richard Huffman, Catrelia Steele Hunter and Edward P. Norvell.
The Salisbury Community Foundation, established in 1944, remains committed to assisting individuals and families address their philanthropic needs through charitable giving services; helping local nonprofits secure their futures through endowments and establishment of charitable giving programs; and addressing a broad range of changing local needs through a grantmaking program.
As an affiliate of Charlotte-based Foundation For The Carolinas, the Salisbury Community Foundation is dedicated to increasing charitable giving and strengthening the community by addressing local needs. Visit www.Salisbury-cf.org.
For more general information about the foundation contact Meg Dees, vice president of development, 704-224-8840 or mdees@fftc.org.

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