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Memphis Ministerial Alliance donates $5,000 to Memphis ISD; ESSER III plans announced

The Red River Sun/Elizabeth Tanner Memphis Ministerial Alliance members First Assembly of God Pastor Dale Griswold, left, United Pentecostal Church Pastor Brett Prince and First Baptist Church Pastor Daniel Downey present Memphis ISD Superintendent William Alexander with a $5,000 check to cover insurance deductible costs associated with the May 17 fire at Memphis High School.

The Red River Sun/Elizabeth Tanner
Memphis Ministerial Alliance members First Assembly of God Pastor Dale Griswold, left, United Pentecostal Church Pastor Brett Prince and First Baptist Church Pastor Daniel Downey present Memphis ISD Superintendent William Alexander with a $5,000 check to cover insurance deductible costs associated with the May 17 fire at Memphis High School.

MEMPHIS – Memphis Independent School District Superintendent William Alexander accepted a $5,000 check from the Memphis Ministerial Alliance, represented by First Assembly of God Pastor Dale Griswold, United Pentecostal Church Pastor Brett Prince and First Baptist Church Pastor Daniel Downey, on behalf of Memphis ISD at the Monday, June 12 school board meeting.

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