Nissan Invests $500,000 in Canton Schools, Future Workforce

CANTON, Mississippi (May 1, 2013) - Nissan is donating $500,000 to public elementary schools in Canton, Miss. The funding is intended to help children who are not keeping pace with their curriculum. Pictured from left: William Truly, Mayor of Canton; Kenneth Wayne Jones, State Senator; Walter Jones, Board Chairman CPSD; Dan Bednarzyk, VP, Nissan Canton Manufacturing; Jimmie M. Goodloe, Board Secretary CPSD; Dwight Luckett, Sr., Superintendent CPSD; Reverend Moses Thompson, Board Member CPSD; and W.K. Luckett, Jr., Director, Canton Career Center.
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