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Elementary Schools And Local Non Profit Receive TITO Money

Elementary Schools And Local Non Profit Receive TITO Money

ATMORE, AL – (04/10/2017) Wind Creek Atmore (WCA) Property Manager Tim Ramer and Assistant Property Manager Terri Morris recently presented TITO checks to Excel Public School (EPS), Perdido Elementary School (PES) and Monroeville Elementary School (MES) totaling almost $32,000.  Pilots for Christ (PFC) also received a donation of over $11,000.  All of the schools and non profit agency have exciting plans for the funds that were received.

Excel Public School (EPS) serves 1,100 students in grades pre-k through 12. Principal Marty Hanks accepted the check on behalf of EPS and expressed what the donation will mean for his school. “For us, it’s huge! Being a rural county and a rural school system, we don’t have the ability to purchase some of the things we want or need. This allows us to purchase what we wouldn’t otherwise have, like science equipment.”
Principal Phillip Stewart with Perdido Elementary said that with this additional money, they will be able to allocate funds toward new technology and needed software.  “With those improvements, we anticipate that we will be able to raise our school test scores.” Stewart added, “Thanks to everyone at Wind Creek for thinking of us and allowing us to receive funds to improve education.
Monroeville Elementary School Student Leadership Group accepted the award.  The kids explained several of the habits from the book “7 Habits of Highly Effective Students” and how this money would provide further educational resources in the leadership program.  Principal Amy McCrory said, “Our school is so appreciative of this wonderful addition of money to our school – it really is such a blessing!” 
The investment in to education is one WCA Property Manager Tim Ramer was proud to make. “Wind Creek is proud to give back, but it means most when we know we are giving where the need is strongest. I don’t think anyone can argue the need for education funding is strong in our area,” Ramer said. “The great thing is, education is also something our guests care about. Through this TITO program, we give people in this area a say in how we give back and we couldn’t do this without our guests.”
PFC strives to help those in need of air transportation due to medical reasons, but are unable to travel by other means.  They have one of the few aircraft in the nation that is equipped with a stretcher, however, PFC is not an air ambulance or medically-equipped aircraft.  Johnny Sales explained that PFC “flies patients throughout the country for no charge.  This money will go towards fuel costs, upkeeps, and repairs.”

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