Target donates $10,000 in school supplies to Kelley Lake Elementary
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Target donates $10,000 in school supplies to Kelley Lake Elementary
DECATUR—It felt like Christmas at Kelley Lake Elementary School. Through a partnership with the school and Kelly Lake Church of God in Christ, Target donated educational supplies and other goods totaling $10,000 to the school this week. Read more at www.ocgnews.com
Protestors rally in Atlanta for Mike Brown
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Protestors rally in Atlanta for Mike Brown
Peaceful protestors of different ages and races gathered together on Aug. 18 in downtown Atlanta to raise awareness on the Mike Brown case.
Gregory Levett expands funeral homes
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Gregory Levett expands funeral homes
Gregory B. Levett & Sons Funeral Homes is expanding again. This time, the funeral business is bringing advancements in technology to its new location in Conyers. The company’s fifth location showcases several tech-savvy features such as four luxury family suites equipped with state-of-the-art...
May discusses progress, challenges for DeKalb County
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May discusses progress, challenges for DeKalb County
Channel 2 news anchor Jovita Moore probed DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May during a one-on-one interview in which May discussed the county's progress and challenges since he has held the county's top office. Read More here:...
DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann's Victory
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DeKalb Sheriff Jeff Mann's Victory
A victory party for DeKalb County's newly-elected sheriff, Jeff Mann, was held on July 22 at Marlow's Tavern in Tucker.
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 Lou Walker seniors to present gospel musical The Lou Walker Senior Center Performing Arts Group will present a musical, “Hallelujah: In that Great Gettin' Up Mornin,'” on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 7 to 8 p.m

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Gov. Nathan Deal, Sandra Deal kick off reading initiative in Conyers

CONYERS—Gov. Nathan Deal and First Lady Sandra Deal kicked off the March “Read Across Georgia” initiative today (March 4) with a visit to Pine Street Elementary School in Conyers.
The couple joined Commissioner Bobby Cagle in the Pre-K class at the school to read an original poem, written by Gov. Deal. After the poem, the governor read to the class, “Who I’d Like to Be,” a book written by Georgia author Elizabeth Brown.

“We must increase the percentage of children reading well and independently at grade-level because this lays the groundwork for all of their future academic and career endeavors,” said Mrs. Deal. “This past year, I had the opportunity to visit 100 counties and 170 schools emphasizing to parents, teachers and mentors the importance of being proficient in reading. I look forward to seeing what we can accomplish during my Read Across Georgia initiative this year.”

“Read Across Georgia,” is an initiative in support of Gov. Nathan Deal’s goal of increasing the percentage of children reading at grade level by the completion of third grade. The governor has proclaimed March as “Read Across Georgia” month in honor of this initiative. The first lady, alongside state School Superintendant John Barge, will spend the remainder of this month visiting schools across the state, reading to students and emphasizing the necessity of mentorship and the importance of being reading-proficient.

 

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