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CANS FOR A CURE--
T.W. Kelly Middle School blew their donation goal out of the water last week when they surpassed their 6,000-can goal by more than 10,000. The sixth, seventh and eighth graders took turns counting the cans by hand during their three-day collection as part of Q97.9’s Cans for a Cure campaign. They filled David and Brenda Gammon’s horse trailer to capacity by the end of the day Friday. “The community has been awesome. It’s been a great experience for the entire school to be a part of,” stated principal Celena Ranger. (Times photos by Cherri Crockett)
On the left, Kaiya Martin calls in the daily totals to Q97.9 as principal Celena Ranger looks on; Top right, some of the students gather for a photo around the packed horse trailer and bags that have yet to be counted; and bottom right, Derik Buswell and Aaron Berry assist by carrying bags of donations to the trailer.