Black Belt Community Foundation

Image from the Black Belt Community Foundation Facebook page.

Black Belt Community Foundation (BBCF) has launched another football-related contest, the William and Geraldine Curry Scholarship, for tickets to the Alabama vs. LSU game on Nov. 6. 

Like the "Throw & Go" contest, the winner will be selected by a drawing on Oct. 25 that will be recorded for BBCF's social media. To enter the contest, donors are asked to give a minimum of $5. 

The contest is named after Rev. William Curry, who was born in Marengo County and was pastor at A.M.E. Zion Church. 

“In the true spirit of Rev. William Curry and his amazing wife Geraldine, we know this scholarship is going to launch new opportunities for students in Marengo County," said BBCF President Felecia Lucky.

"Thank you to those who have helped to celebrate their legacy and make all of this possible such as Dr. Dunning and Mr. Jones.”

For questions, contact BBCF Community Engagement Officer Erica Williams at 334.874.1126 (ext. 111) or by e-mail to

Click here to enter into the contest. 

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