Weyerhaeuser presents grants

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Zwolle High School was given two grants for the betterment of their sports field. Accepting one of the grants was Wade Penfield, who is pictured alongside Principal Bradley McLaren

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Chris Brumley of Zwolle High School was also the recipient of a grant, which will improve safety issues and bullpens of their sports fields.

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Scott Gowen, left, of the Central Sabine Fire Department was rewarded a grant by Weyerhaeuser. Grants like these go a long way in assisting local volunteer fire departments, who face an uphill battle when it comes to local fire safety.

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Weyerhaeuser was extremely gracious in awarding a grant to help with the renovation and opening of the Toledo Bend/Zwolle Museum. Pictured on the outside are Weyerhaeuser’s Dewayne Colston and Anthony Ebarb. On the inside, from left, are Edith Palmer, Martha Henderson, Linda Curtis Sparks, Jonathan Williams, and Zwolle Mayor G.J. “Pie” Martinez.

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As a good community partner, Weyerhaeuser issues a number of grants each year to local schools and community-oriented organizations and this year chose a number of deserving entities to help. Pictured here are Anthony Ebarb and Dewayne Colston with local art teacher Cassie, who travels throughout the parish to teach not just art but life skills as well.

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Ebarb High School was provided a grant as well. Pictured accepting it are Ebarb Principal Amy Johnson and Sabine Parish School Board Member Donald Garcie.

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