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March 16, 2007

Lee County-- Lee County High Schools drum line is still busy drumming up support for tornado victims in Southwest Georgia and Enterprise Alabama. The band members played a nine hour stint to raise money at the Lee County Wal-mart Friday.

The students have already raised over one-thousand dollars in cash donations to help recovery efforts. Many folks who donated say the band members together as a team represent what is needed to help those in need.

"It's great to know the youth knows what the future holds for them, to stand together as teammates, it's all about teammates working together and being a team and that is what america is supposed to be a team" said Amanda Tilley.

The drumathon will continue until seven pm tonight, if you would like to make a donatation and listen to the Lee County drum line all for a good cause.

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