Moultrie Observer

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February 28, 2012

Georgia Power donates to Moultrie Tech

MOULTRIE — The Moultrie Technical College Foundation, Inc. accepted a $1,400 donation from the Georgia Power Company on Jan. 25 to go toward the college’s TechMatch program. TechMatch is the Technical College System of Georgia’s matching grant program that was created to assist Georgia’s technical colleges with maintaining state-of-the-art instructional equipment and technology needed to meet today’s skill standards. The program provides state funding to match cash and in-kind equipment contributions. Traditionally, TechMatch enables gifts to be matched on a dollar-for-dollar basis, doubling the donors’ gifts to Moultrie Tech. From left are MTC Foundation Director Darbie Avera, Georgia Power District Manager Horace Hudgins and MTC President Tina Anderson.

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