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American Legion honors scholars

Two graduating seniors, Courtney Williams and Haris Aslam from McIntosh High School were recognized by Fayette County Post 105 with the 2013 American Legion School Award. Fayette County Post 105 is in their ninth year of working with McIntosh to recognize deserving seniors for their qualities of courage, honor, scholarship, service, leadership and patriotism. Pictured are Joe Bowler, Post 105, Courtney Williams, Haris Aslam, and Pat Hicks, Post 105. Williams will attend Berry College after graduation. Aslam is undecided at this time on which college he will be attending. Photo/Special.

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