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York Gary Autoplex makes $10K donation to Salvation Army


Nashville’s York Gary Autoplex (YGA) presented the Salvation Army of Howard County with a $10,000 donation Monday. The funds have been earmarked to benefit victims of the 2015 tornado. Present for the donation was (from left) Nashville Assistant Police Chief Amy Marion, YGA employee Robby Chafin, Nashville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Mike Reese, YGA employee Mike Ponder, Salvation Army Board Member Maria Luna, Salvation Army Treasurer Aubry Basiliere, YGA owner Gary Dan Futrell, YGA employee Brian Fox, Salvation Army President Theresa Jones, Salvation Army Board Member Kay Adams, YGA employee Derenda Butler, Nashville Police Officer Greg Parker, Howard County Sheriff Bryan McJunkins, Nashville Police Chief Dale Pierce and Nashville Police Officer Clint Tedford.

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