Breaking ground

Participating in the groundbreaking are (from left) director of Stringfellow Health Fund Grants Fred Smith, president of SIFAT's board of directors Ben Camp, SIFAT CEO Tom Corson, SIFAT founders Ken and Sarah Corson, president and CEO of Community Foundation NE District Jennifer Maddox, camp director Angie Striker and SIFAT board member Mellie Parrish.

Servants in Faith and Technology (SIFAT) held a groundbreaking last week for Sarah's Garden. The garden, which will be open to the public, is funded through a grant from the Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama's Open Spaces, Sacred Places program. It's expected to open in February 2020.


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