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AT&T Donation to Boys and Girls Club

See larger Allen Hill addresses the crowd on behalf of AT&T. His corporation gave more than $155 million to various organizations in 2009.

Photo by Leslie Karnowski

Allen Hill addresses the crowd on behalf of AT&T. His corporation gave more than $155 million to various organizations in 2009.

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  • With Boys and Girls Club kids gathered ’round, Allen Hill of AT&T presents a check to the group for $5,000. From left are Hill, State Rep. Robert Ramsey, Vicky Flynn with Congressman Jimmy Duncan’s office, Blount County Mayor Ed Mitchell, State Sen. Doug Overbey, Bill Kilgore and Michelle Davis. Children are Ja’Taya Wilson, Shaniya Isaac, Joie Santagado, Jordan Ford, Paxton Jennings and Emma Smith.
  • State Sen. Doug Overbey and Allen Hill play ping pong at the Eagleton Boys and Girls Club after a check presentation from AT&T.
  • Jordan Ford high-fives State Senator Doug Overbey at the Eagleton Boys and Girls club. Overbey was one of several supporters who celebrated the $5,000 contribution from AT&T.
  • Allen Hill addresses the crowd on behalf of AT&T. His corporation gave more than $155 million to various organizations in 2009.
  • Michelle Davis, executive director of the Boys and Girls club of Blount County speaks to the students after accepting the $5,000 check from AT&T on Aug. 30. Davis’ club was one of 21 across the state that received funds from the corporation. AT&T has contributed $105,000 for Project Learn in Tennessee.
  • Jim McHargue, director of sales at AT&T, gives Annamarie Carolan a look at his cell phone at the Boys and Girls Club on Aug. 30. AT&T provided funds for the club’s Project Learn program, which provides materials for tutoring as well as curriculum for supplemental education programs.

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