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Remerton - The Genesis Christian School in Remerton has been awarded the 2005 Small business of the Year for the Valdosta Metro area.

The independent Christian school opened it's doors in 2002 and has been providing a quality education since. With over forty students, Dr. Debra Tann is pleased to see the success of her hard work.

"Having the title of Small Business of the Year will certainly give more credibility to the program. It will make people think wow, lets check that school out. I think that is wonderful in of itself," said Dr. Debra Tann, Headmaster of Genesis Christian School.

Dr. Tann is currently seeking accreditation for the school and hopes to get a school bus this summer.

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