The Henry County Nonprofit Screening Committee met Monday afternoon and recommended a list of donations to 19 different organizations or groups totaling $89,685 for the 2021-22 fiscal year.

The list is identical to last year’s, but $6,000 less than the previous year’s donations.

Requests made by the various groups actually totaled $95,286 for the upcoming year, but the committee chose to allow no increases.

The list must be approved on two readings by the Henry County Commission before it is officially authorized.

The list of donations approved by the committee for the new budget year includes:

• Volunteer fire departments (Cottage Grove, Como, Henry, Mansfield, Oakland, Paris Landing, Puryear and Springville), 16 stations in all, $1,950 each — $31,200.

• Aspell Recovery Center, Jackson — $1,500.

• Buddy Ball program — $500.

• St. John’s Community Developmental Services, Martin — $4,000.

• Habitat for Humanity — $2,000.

• Henry County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) program — $1,000.

• Henry County Fair Association — $5,250.

• Henry County Youth Baseball Association — $5,250.

• Kentucky Lake Girls USA Softball (formerly ASA) — $5,250.

• Paris Academy for the Arts (formerly the Lee School Association) — $5,000.

• Paris Downtown Boxing Club — $1,500.

• Paris-Henry County Arts Council — $2,000.

• Paris-Henry County Heritage Center — $10,000.

• Paris-Henry County Rescue Squad — $5,000.

• STAR Center, Jackson — $500.

• Tennessee College of Applied Technology (scholarship) — $3,235.

• Carl Perkins Center, Paris — $3,500.

• West Tennessee Hearing and Speech, Jackson — $1,000.

• WRAP (Wo/Men’s Resource and Rape Assistance Program) — $2,000.

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