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Albany High students raise money to fight breast cancer

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(Source: Cancer Coalition of South Georgia, Inc.) (Source: Cancer Coalition of South Georgia, Inc.)
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Three student groups from Albany High School are working to increase awareness and support the fight against breast cancer by raising money during the month of October.

The groups, SkillsUSA, Future Business Leaders of America, and HOSA - Future Health Professionals, raised a total of $150.

The students chose Cancer Coalition of South
Georgia to receive the funds after participating in the Coalition's Cancer STOMP Walk and Carnival event in September.

For more information about the Cancer Coalition of South Georgia visit www.sgacancer.org.

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