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December 8, 2004

Thomasville - Garrison-Pilcher elementary school is collecting canned goods for families of students in need. Kim West told her kindergarten students that if each brought in at least one item today, she would do a headstand, and that's just what she did!

She says "I will do whatever it takes for my kids to get involved and want to be a giving and caring classroom."

Ms. West told her students she would do a cartwheel if each of them brought in one canned item on Thursday. Whatever food is not given to students' families will be given to the Thomas County food bank. The school is accepting donations until December 16th.

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