Moultrie Observer

Education

March 28, 2012

'Coins Can Change Cancer'

MOULTRIE — Kindergarten students in Dottie Lott and Leah Fields’ class at Okapilco Elementary may be small but they worked together as a team! These students rallied to fill their coin container more than seven times for ‘Coins Can Change Cancer’ in support for the 2012 Relay for Life. The students learned character words such as helping, giving, compassion and understanding during this time. This year the Relay for Life will take place downtown on the square on April 27. For more information, please contact Chairman Val Bell at (229) 873-1974 or vbell@colquitt.k12.ga.us

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