Cumberland-based Moore Colson celebrated the firm's 40th anniversary in business on June 11 by having their team and friends of the firm work to revitalize the backyard at Solomon's Temple.

The team helped spread four tons of gravel and eight tons of mulch, hauling away over 200 bags of landscape debris, painted playground equipment and built three new picnic tables for mothers and their children to enjoy together. The firm also provided the organization with a $10,000 donation.

Additional organizations and people who made the service day possible were:

  • Materials donations - Home Depot of Sandy Springs; Joey McCain, assistant store manager; and Sammy Posada, Pro Desk.
  • Truck provider - Massey Automotive, Rob Elliott and Fred Massey.
  • Mulch donation and delivery - Ultra Mulch and Gabe Galt.

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