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Wal-Mart makes donations

Thomson's Wal-Mart recently presented several $1,000 matching grant checks to local organizations. Assistant Manager Cindy Melson gave the Wal-Mart Foundation grants to the Thomson Middle School Band Boosters, Camellia City Lions Club, Briarwood Academy and Habitat for Humanity.

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Briarwood's Robert Waller said the money would be used to help build a batting cage and purchase baseball pants for the girls' softball team.


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Johnny Crawley accepts a check on behalf of the band boosters.


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Lions Club member Edith Bartley said the money would benefit the camp for the blind.


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Habitat for Humanity's Billy Shurling accepts the check to support local housing efforts.




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