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Most improved fifth graders

The Metro Fayette Kiwanis recently held its annual Most Improved 5th Grader Program. Chief Justice Christopher C. Edwards gave the closing remarks. The students are include  first row, Kimball Johnson, Crabapple Lane, Mayra Guerra, North Fayette, Skye Williams, Spring Hill, Judge Edwards, Alyssa Boone, Brooks, Charles Hood, Peeples, Even Mercer, Cleveland, Danautika Lightner, Inman, Alisa Maxwell, Sara Harp Minter, John Villanueva, Peachtree City;  and in the 2nd row; Quynton Tribe, Oak Grove, Elijah Morgan, Fayetteville Intermediate, Sean Doherty, Huddleston, Efren Lopez-Martinez, Robert J. Burch, Mackenzie Mardis, Tyrone, Marie Sousley, Kedron, and Aaron Robertson, Braelinn.  Photo/Carolyn Cary

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