April 14, 2007
Albany - - Students at Albany State University gave away books to school aged kids.
The annual event is called "Book-Nik". Students in ASU's public administration association do this to promote literacy.
Kids played games and got their faces painted during the book giveaway. Organizers say it's all for a good cause.
"Were actually letting kids know that reading is fun and it's fundamental. So this is our event and we are so excited because it's a great turnout," says Organizer Felecity Burns.
A dunking booth was on site to give kids a chance to slam one of the organizers into water.
The event was for children between 3 and 15 years old.
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Dougherty County health educators this month are celebrating a significant decrease in teen pregnancies over the last decade.
People in Irwin County are working to save an historic park dedicated to Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
Dozens of South Georgians fired off questions and concerns about the proposed Lee County hospital at a summit hosted by the county on Thursday night.