Smithville Junior Police Program Receives Donation from Project Hometown Help

August 5, 2011
by: 
Dwayne Page
Smithville Junior Police Program Receives Donation from Project Hometown Help

The Smithville Police Department's Junior Police Program has received a donation of $150 from Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Utility District's Project Hometown Help.

Project Hometown Help began in April, 2005 and since that time has distributed more than $1,304,815 to the communities served by the MTUD district. It is funded by the customers of Middle Tennessee Natural Gas Utility District who allow the District to round their monthly bill to the next dollar. Funds collected are allocated back to the areas from which they were contributed to the extent practical.

According to MTUD's "Gaslight News"a total of 213 allocations were made to various agencies and organizations totaling $144,895 through Project Hometown Help from November, 2010 through May, 2011 including $11,929 allocations in DeKalb County

Pictured above: Front Row Left to Right:: Kaden Trapp, Jordan Parker, Ethan Trapp, Canaan Johnson, & Milas Driver

Back Row Left to Right: Detective Brandon Donnell, Officer Bradley Tatrow, Mike Corley, Police Chief Randy Caplinger, Captain Steven Leffew

(Note: misprint on check: Actual donation $150)

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