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Cutline: (l to r) Clay Stribling, President and CEO; Katharyn Wiegand, Don Macke, Center for Rural Enterpreneurship from Nebraska; Scott Caldwell, Jackie Pearson of Spearman; and Christina Williams

Cutline: (l to r) Clay Stribling, President and CEO; Katharyn Wiegand, Don Macke, Center for Rural Enterpreneurship from Nebraska; Scott Caldwell, Jackie Pearson of Spearman; and Christina Williams


Presenters from the Amarillo Area Foundation (AAF) were here last Wednesday to hold a Fall Community Forum at the Carson County Square House Museum.
The AAF, located at 801 South Fillmore Street, Suite 700 in Amarillo, has done a lot of good since it was first established in 1957. Besides establishing Amarillo’s medical center, being a major fundraiser and grant maker, the Foundation also works with nonprofit organizations of the Texas Panhandle through the Nonprofit Service Center.
Together, with The Don and Sybil Harrington Foundation, the AAF has provided grants in excess of $140 million.
To learn more about the AAF, visit AmarilloAreaFoundation.org or call 806-376-45