|Alice Treece (center), president of the BridgeMill Sixes Service League, and Reba Daly (left), treasurer, present a $500 check to Barbara Manous, director of fund raising and church relations at Reinhardt, for the A DAY for Reinhardt campaign. A DAY provides scholarship funds through the Cherokee County grant for local students to attend the College.|
The BridgeMill Sixes Service League (BSSL) recently donated $500 to Reinhardt College’s A DAY campaign. As a first-time donor to A DAY, the BSSL’s support comes from its mission of “making a difference in where we work and live.”
"We believe in Reinhardt."
“Contributing to A DAY is an investment back into the community as many Reinhardt graduates become valuable and contributing members of our local communities,” said Alice Treece, president of the BSSL. “We believe in Reinhardt as an excellent institution for higher learning, and we are excited to afford more Cherokee County students the opportunity to attend a great school right in their own backyards.”
A DAY Background
Created in 1988, the A DAY for Reinhardt campaign is an annual effort to provide support for Cherokee County students attending Reinhardt College. A DAY helps to fund the College’s Cherokee County Grant Program. This
grant gives eligible students the opportunity to receive as much as $8,000 during their four years at the College. Since A DAY’s inception, more than $1.5 million in Cherokee County grants have been awarded to local deserving students. For more information about A DAY, visit www.reinhardt.edu and select “Support Reinhardt.”
The BSSL was established to make a difference in the quality of life for families in need through community outreach programs including: SCAT - Schools & communities Acting Together, MUST Ministries, Cherokee County Children's Emergency Assessment Center and the Lexine Harper Memorial Book Scholarship Program. For more information, visit www.bssl.org.
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