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April 6, 2004

Colquitt County - It's an unusual way to raise money.

J. M. Odom Elementary School students in Moultrie are on potty patrol for Relay for Life.

The purple and pink colored toilets with potted plants are delivered to yards around Colquitt County.

You pay money to send the potty to a friend and to remove it from your own yard. To avoid getting a toilet you can buy potty insurance.

On Tuesday, six toilets were put in the Colquitt County Superintendent's yard one from each board member.

All the money goes toward the American Cancer Society's Colquitt County Relay for Life. The event is May 14th.

posted at 5:35PM by kathryn.simmons@walb.com

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