- Purchase Instruments
- Purchase Uniforms
- Instruments Repairs
- Instruments Supplies
- Band Travel
We used the grant money to purchase outside kennels for Clarke County Animal Shelter.
The kennels are used every day to put dogs in so that the inside kennels can be cleaned.
Prior to our purchase the dogs were breaking out of the old kennels and were getting injured.
The goal of the project is to improve the community garden by adding flowering bushes in the wall of the garden, replacing the pump in the fountain in the center of the garden, and by adding outdoor art to improve the looks of the garden. By making these improvements more people will be attracted to the garden and maybe get involved in volunteering and working together with others in the community to provide vegetables for anyone who may need them.
The Clarke County 4-H Program is seeking to enhance the life skills and opportunities for youth of Clarke County. By providing hands-on educational programs, youth can attain life skills and become productive citizens by participating in “hands-on” educational activities and events. The Clarke County 4-H Program also seeks to help our youth to better citizens by teaching them leadership and life skills and to give back or contribute to their community. This year, Clarke County 4-H sought funds to be able to purchase supplies and provide opportunities for educational programs. Due to Covid this year, Clarke County youth were not able to attend face-to-face meetings. Hurricane Zeta also destroyed the new archery shed completely. We were able to use the funds to purchase a new archery shed to replace the one destroyed by the hurricane and be able to get ready to offer the archery program to local youth.
K9 Unit Project ROCKY is an ongoing, ever evolving project that was created to build and maintain a state of the art K9 unit. This unit currently employs three K9 Officers and each has a dual purpose K9. The dual purpose K9’s are able to detect narcotics and apprehend.
Equipment can be an enhancement tool used to make this unit more efficient and transparent. All Thomasville Officers have a body worn camera and now our K9’s do as well. The MOHOC camera is a helmet mounted system that can be remotely viewed from a mobile device. K9’s are able to search a facility or area while keeping the handlers safe and at a distance.