Gibson Vance talks school clean-up project with WSFA

Beasley Allen will be the presenting sponsor for the fifth annual School Clean-Up project. The event enlists volunteers from the community to contribute their time to help clean and beautify Montgomery Public Schools in anticipation of the new school year. The event will be held Aug. 6-18 this year. There are 38 teams of volunteers scheduled to work in 54 schools throughout the community. The program is an initiative of the School Facilities Task Force, part of the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce’s Education and Workforce Development Council. Beasley Allen attorney Gibson Vance spoke with WSFA’s Judd Davis on Alabama Live. He was joined by David Payne from the Chamber. “It’s an opportunity to spruce the schools up, where kids might be a little bit more excited about going back to school,” Vance said with a smile. “We understand, as does the Chamber, that it’s very important to support the public school system.” Gibson also recently visited WAKA TV-8 to discuss the project. Watch that video.

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