BellSouth Pioneers of America donate books

By By Stacey Hancock/The Meridian Star
Nov. 28, 2000
Students in kindergarten classes at Clarkdale Attendance Center received personalized books Monday from BellSouth Pioneers of America.
Each book was personalized with the student's name, the teacher's name and the names of two friends. The information was gathered by the teacher at the beginning of the school year.
Students at Clarkdale Attendance Center are the first in the county to receive the books.
To purchase a BellSouth cookbook, stop by Habitat for Humanity beginning Dec. 15.
Stacey Hancock is a staff writer for The Meridian Star. E-mail her at shancock@meridianstar.com

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