Atmos Energy Donates To NASD Students Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Bobby Morgan, Vice President of Public Affairs Atmos Energy Mississippi Division
“As the federal guidelines to maintain social distancing were extended through April 30, unemployment will likely continue to rise and children may not have access to school meals in the foreseeable future,” said Bobby Morgan, Atmos Energy Vice President of Public Affairs. “Atmos Energy is committed to helping our communities, and we made this donation to support families who need assistance in finding their next meal.”

Chairman Public Service Commission Dane Maxwell
“I appreciate the support Atmos Energy has given to Natchez-Adams School district. Because of the impact of COVID 19, so many young children are experiencing food insecurity due to this pandemic. Atmos Energy's support gives hope and sustenance to thousands of families not just in the Southern District but throughout the state of Mississippi. I thank them for all that they've done and continue to do.”
 
Tony Fields, Public Engagement Coordinator, Natchez-Adams School District
"We are so thankful for the partnership forged by Mayor Darryl Grennell, Robert Morgan of Atmos Energy, and Superintendent Fred T. Butcher.  Through this partnership, the Natchez-Adams School District can extend its Grab and Go Meal Program to provide food for children to enjoy over the weekend.  Meals can be picked up every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at Frazier Elementary, West Elementary, McLaurin Elementary, Morgantown Middle, Broadmoor Community Center, Windy Hill #2 Baptist Church-Cranfield, Daughters of Zion Baptist Church, Mt. Olive Baptist Church-Sibley, St. Mark Baptist Church-Cannonsburg, Holiday Apartments, and Washington Apartments."
 
Pictured: Tony Fields, Mayor Darryl Grennell, Charles Kennedy of Atmos Energy
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