Pine Bluff receives grant from Lowe’s
Pine Bluff has been selected as one of 100 Hometown recipients to receive a $250,000 grant from Lowe’s, according to a news release from Mayor Shirley Washington’s office. “This grant will be used to support a new facility for individuals without homes. The city extends its appreciation to Lowe’s for its generous support, and looks forward to working together as partners to improve Pine Bluff,” said a spokesman for the mayor. To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Lowe’s is supporting improvement projects in 100 communities across the nation through a special initiative called “100 Hometowns.” Out of more than 2,200 submissions from 36 states, the city was among honorees chosen for the grant. Details: https://corporate.lowes.com/newsroom/ stories/serving-communities/100-hometowns-lowesreveals-100-impact-projects-centennial-celebration.