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CapturePoint Solutions Sponsors Summer Camps for Rolling Fork High School Teams

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In the photo above on the left, CPS representative Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Robert Crear in the center is presenting the summer camp funding check to Samuel Grayson (left), President of the Alumni Association; and Samuel Matthews (right), Principal of Rolling Fork High School.  Others pictured include:  CTE Director Adrian Dorsey, Athletic Director Roy Watson, Girl’s Basketball Coach Frank Harris, Head Football Coach Kilpatrick Barnes, and Football Coach Eugene Williams.  In the picture above on the right, CPS rep
In the photo above on the left, CPS representative Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Robert Crear in the center is presenting the summer camp funding check to Samuel Grayson (left), President of the Alumni Association; and Samuel Matthews (right), Principal of Rolling Fork High School.  Others pictured include:  CTE Director Adrian Dorsey, Athletic Director Roy Watson, Girl’s Basketball Coach Frank Harris, Head Football Coach Kilpatrick Barnes, and Football Coach Eugene Williams.  In the picture above on the right, CPS representative General Crear is rallying the RFHS Bulldogs, including members of the football, basketball, and championship Girl’s track and field teams.  Photo Credits:  Deer Creek Pilot.

On June 8, 2023, CapturePoint Solutions LLC (CPS) representative Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Robert Crear presented a donation of $9,450 to ensure that the boys and girls on the Rolling Fork High School (RFHS) football and basketball teams could attend the 2023 summer training camps at regional Mississippi universities.  The donation covered the balances on training camp registrations, uniforms, and transportation costs for the RFHS Bulldogs.

The community of Rolling Fork, Mississippi continues to struggle from a deadly tornado outbreak on March 24, 2023, and all of the South Delta Public Schools remain closed because of the devastating damage inflicted that evening.  CPS and its employees have been actively participating in tornado relief and recovery efforts. 

CPS originally launched a community engagement partnership with the South Delta Public Schools in 2022, as it began preliminary development on a carbon capture and sequestration project in the nearby Delta National Forest region.  To date, the company has provided over $90,000 in support to local schools, including leasing of pore space under Sixteenth Section beneficial lands managed by the state for the school district.