CUCPS receives golden hammer

Published 9:49 am Thursday, November 23, 2017

Cumberland County High School has made an impact both in the community and within Farmville Area Habitat for Humanity (FAHFH). The school was recognized by the FAHFH and was the school chosen to receive a Golden Hammer award. The 2017 Golden Hammer Awards ceremony, held Sunday, recognized individuals and organizations within the Heart of Virginia who have made a difference in the community through partnership with FAHFH. Pictured accepting the Golden Hammer School award on behalf of Cumberland County Public Schools are, from left, Dr. Chip Jones, David Sullivan, Eli Whaley and Dr. Amy Griffin. The award is set to be on display at the school office. We commend the students and faculty at Cumberland County High School for their hard work and dedication to make the lives of community members better. (Send “Way to Go!” photos with a description and names to

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