Ohatchee earns top honors in contest
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The Ohatchee Elementary School sixth grade class is pictured with school counselor Mary Chandler, Agency for Substance Abuse board member Hugh Buchannon and agency director Kelly Price. Photo: Special to The Star
The Ohatchee Elementary School sixth grade class is pictured with school counselor Mary Chandler, Agency for Substance Abuse board member Hugh Buchannon and agency director Kelly Price. Photo: Special to The Star
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The Ohatchee Elementary School sixth grade class, taught by Regina Jinks, was the first-place winner of the Calhoun County Animal Shelter's “Pawsitively Drug-Free” contest held during Red Ribbon Week in Calhoun County. Other winners in the contest included Saks and Weaver Elementary Schools in a tie for second-place; Cobb Elementary School, third-place; and Saks Middle School and White Plains High School, honorable mention. The contest, sponsored by the Agency for Substance Abuse Prevention, provided the animal shelter with more than 650 items.
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