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Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Supporting Our Own

One of the perks of being in a small district is that we have the opportunity to know and support each other through hard times. Talladega City Schools is blessed with a dynamic teacher of 23 years, Mrs. Joy Bittle. Her stepson, Matthew, has been diagnosed with meningococcal, a bacterial disease that can often lead to blindness, loss of hearing, brain damage, or even death. Although he is improving, there is still a need for blood.

Joy is known throughout the district for her sense of humor, devotion to children, and her generosity to others. Now you have an opportunity to help Joy and Matthew Bittle by participating in an honorary blood drive on May 25th, at 3:30 pm outside Raymond L. Young.

So roll up your sleeve and help a colleague.


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