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LandTrust gets $5,000 grant

Smith and Davis Foundation of Mocksville has announced its grants for the 2014 grant cycle. It has awarded a grant of $5,000 to The LandTrust for Central North Carolina of Salisbury in memory of the founder of the Smith and Davis Foundation, Wilma Motley Davis, to further the LandTrust’s work in its Two Rivers Preserve region along the Yadkin and South Yadkin rivers.
The LandTrust is a non-profit land conservation organization covering the 10-county region of the lower Yadkin-Pee Dee watershed.
The foundation has also honored Edwin and Wayne Williams for their dedication to the community through a $5,000 grant to the Jerusalem Fire Department of Mocksville to fund the purchase of updated protective equipment. The Jerusalem Fire Department, located at Davie Crossroads, serves Jerusalem township in southern Davie County, which is bordered by the Yadkin and South Yadkin rivers.
The Smith and Davis Foundation, founded in 2008, is observing its sixth year of support to the local community.

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