Wal-Mart Donates to Moton Museum’s Technological Needs

September 8, 2008

Robert Russa Moton Museum Director Lacy Ward (far left) and Board Chair Robert Hamlin (right) recently received a $1,500 donation from Farmville Wal-Mart Manager Harold Walker (center) for technological support.  “The timing of the Wal-Mart donation is important as we continue to bring our technology up to date in order to improve effectiveness in our administrative offices,” said Ward.

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