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March 27, 2012

Doerun students graduate from CHAMPS

DOERUN — Fifth grade students at Doerun Elementary School participated in an eight-week CHAMPS (Choosing Healthy Activities & Methods Promoting Safety) program taught by the deputies of the Colquitt County Sheriff’s Office. In addition to drug awareness, the program provides guidance and the skills, ability and knowledge to be safe, healthy and happy in preparation for a successful life.

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    June 28, 2014 1 Photo

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