TIFTON — The week of February 25 through March 1 was packed full of fun reading activities for Annie Belle Clark Primary School students. The school celebrated the birthday of famed children’s author Dr. Seuss with a different Seuss theme each day. The week concluded with “Read Across America Day” on Friday. Students dressed as their favorite story book characters. City of Tifton Mayor Jamie Cater read a Dr. Seuss book to students and lead the Character Parade through the ABC halls. Many guest readers read to classrooms during the day as well. Pictured on the front row, from left, are Lexi Raye Braselton, Juliana Hooks, Ainsley Toews and Emery Huggins. Left to right, on the back row, are Clifford the Big Red Dog, ABC Media Specialist Sandy Hudgins, the Cat in the Hat, Cater and UGA mascot Hairy Dawg.
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TPD Lt. Steve Hyman recognized by Tifton Sertoma Club Thursday
It's hard to render some folks speechless, but it happened Thursday afternoon.Continued ...
When Chad Alexander, Tift County Tax Commissioner and past Tifton Sertoma Club president, stood before the club and welcomed the day's guest speaker, Tifton Police Department's Lt. Steve Hyman, he had a surprise for Hyman – Hyman has been named the club's 2013 recipient of its Service to Mankind Award.
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