COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – Students in Shaw High School's Future Business Leaders of America club took the time to give back to the community Tuesday.
Students partnered with Chick-Fil-A on Bradley Park Drive to put on a fun event for children with disabilities at West Georgia Easter Seals.
The group hosted a superhero and fairy princess tea party with games and activities for children.
While this is just the first year of the event, organizers hope to continue it annually and grow to more kids.
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A ribbon cutting was held at Calloway Gardens Monday for the reopening of its historic and original garden gate.
The Boys and Girls Club of the Chattahoochee Valley honored local high school students who are graduating in the class of 2018 and more than 50 rising upperclassmen.
One Georgia Democratic governor candidate visited the Fountain City Monday.
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