Snow’s cleaning service donates to Selma High

Published 6:10 am Tuesday, September 5, 2023

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Snow’s Cleaning Service recently donated to the Selma High School football team.

LeMarkus A. Snow, Snow’s Cleaning Service owner, donated 75 cases of Gatorade and 25 cases of water to the Saints football team.  Rex Jones of Cougar Oil also donated $650 and Lawrence Brown Funeral Home gave $1,000.

Snow also paid the senior fees of Saints’ player Timariyon Gayle, who contacted Snow pleading for help with Memorial Stadium..

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“Gayle inboxed me with cries of wanting to help clean the stadium,” Snow said. “It touched my soul, his patriotism,  and I paid his senior fees as a token of him stepping up.”

Snow said he appreciates Selma City Schools Superintendent Dr. Zickeyous Byrd , SCS Athletic Director Will Morgan, and Saints Head Football Coach Leon Day for allowing him to help the student-athletes.

“It takes a village and these youth scholars going to need all the support they can get,” Snow said. “I want to Thank Selma City Schools Superintendent Dr. Byrd, Athletic Director Will Morgan and Saints Head Football Coach Day for accepting this invitation of hydration for our athlete scholars and this monetary donation. We are going to rock for our youth.”

Snow said he always appreciates getting contributions from Jones and Lawrence Brown Funeral Home.

“Lawrence Brown Funeral Home has been so supportive of Project Clean Up Selma and Snows Cleaning Service dating back four years,” Snow said.