Scarbrough Honored for Community Service

Thu July 03, 2008 - Southeast Edition
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A Georgia utility contractor has been honored for its service to the community.

Brent Scarbrough & Company of Fayetteville, Ga., received a National Community Service Award in the 251+ Employee Category at the National Utility Contractors Association’s fifth annual awards dinner May 21 at the J.W. Marriott Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C.

The company was honored for four projects benefiting children and seniors: grading for a new playground at Sam’s School for special needs children (six weeks, $62,000); new equipment and playground area for the children at Brooks United Methodist Church (two weeks, $60,000); landscaping for a safe gun range at Camp Thunder Boy Scout Camp in Upson County (four weeks, $80,000); and a new sewer line to the Fayette Senior Center (two weeks; $80,000).

The awards recognize and honor the generous and creative community service projects planned and carried to fruition by contractor, associate and institutional members of NUCA.

Brent Scarbrough is the man behind all of his company’s community service projects. Whatever need arises, especially if it involves children, he’s ready to take it on, NUCA said.