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Senoia does its part for Special Olympics Torch Run

Local law enforcement, city officials and elected citizens from Senoia joined law enforcement officers from across south metro Atlanta May 18 for the torch run in preparation for the Special Olympics State Summer Games at Emory University. Leading the pack with torch in hand is 15-year-old East Coweta High School freshman and state Special Olympics Aquatics Team member Tana Bush, followed by students from East Coweta Middle School and East Coweta High School along with host of others that included Senoia Police Chief Jason Edens, City Administrator Richard Ferry and Councilman Maurice Grover. Photo/Special.

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