Financial assistance continues for Enterprise victims of the March first deadly tornado.
Enterprise State Farm agent Charles Clark presented school superintendent, Dr. Jim Reese, with a 15,000 dollar check.
The check comes from the company's vice-president, Karen Carter, who is a Brundidge native.
State Farm officials say they'll do whatever it takes to get the school system back on its feet.
"You see the pride in our school system. It’s been a point of pride for folks in this area. We will work to keep the school to it," said Clark.
State Farm employees across Alabama and Mississippi in the last three-weeks have also donated nearly $4,000 to the Coffee County chapter of the American Red Cross.
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