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Don Barbour, regional director of external affairs for AT&T, presents a $1,000 check to Tim Norton, vice president for advancement and marketing, and Dale Morrissey, director of development and external relations for Reinhardt University. The donation was made to the ADay for Reinhardt scholarship program. Photo by Jeff Reed

For nearly 30 years, business and community leaders have been showing their dedication to Reinhardt University students, and the AT&T Foundation is one of those continued supporters.

Don Barbour, regional director of external affairs, presented a check to Tim Norton, vice president for advancement and marketing for Reinhardt, and Dale Morrissey, the University’s director of development and external affairs.

“AT&T Georgia is proud to continue to support the ADay for Reinhardt campaign, giving scholarship dollars to local students,” Barbour said. “AT&T Georgia is a strong supporter of K-12 and higher education, and we are thrilled to be able to help support deserving Cherokee County high school students attending Reinhardt University. This support will enable many students to continue their education.”

“Every dollar given to Reinhardt University helps us achieve our vision, which is to create a unique Reinhardt Experience where each student thrives,” said Norton. “We are grateful for AT&T Georgia as longtime supporters of Reinhardt, and we thank you for your continuing generosity.”

ADay for Reinhardt is an annual community initiative that generates grants for Cherokee County students attending Reinhardt University. ADay for Reinhardt underwrites the University’s Cherokee County Grant program, which provides eligible students with as much as $8,000 during their four years at the University. Since 1988 ADay for Reinhardt has raised nearly $5 million in financial assistance for local students.