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Colquitt County school social workers had a workday at the Children's Cheer and Toy Shop in May to put together summer bags for homeless students. United Way of Colquitt County provided funding for the program, called 'Healthy Choices,' which consisted of various healthy snacks, hygiene items, outdoor fitness activities, and age appropriate academic workbooks. Approximately 125 children received a bag. From left are Lisa Hill, Mary Strong, Sandy Hooks, Le Lang, Sebrena Key, Lana Cason and Angie Kling.

Colquitt County school social workers had a workday at the Children's Cheer and Toy Shop in May to put together summer bags for homeless students. United Way of Colquitt County provided funding for the program, called 'Healthy Choices,' which consisted of various healthy snacks, hygiene items, outdoor fitness activities, and age appropriate academic workbooks. Approximately 125 children received a bag. From left are Lisa Hill, Mary Strong, Sandy Hooks, Le Lang, Sebrena Key, Lana Cason and Angie Kling.

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