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Monday, December 19, 2016

Heritage Gifts to Needy School Continue Madison City's Culture of Giving

Posted by John Peck in General

When most students rushed  home last Friday to start their winter break, students from a Madison City elementary school made a trek to deliver presents to an impoverished school in Huntsville. The givers were fifth graders at Heritage Elementary lead by teacher Anthony Graham. They raised money and toy donations  through Mr. Graham’s Ready Urself  For The Future (R.U.F.F.) student mentoring and leadership group. WHNT-19 covered the Morris Elementary toy delivery and filed...

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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Family Gives Special Ed Gifts To Madison In Memory of Special Son

Posted by John Peck in General

Madison City Schools received a generous gift for its special education program this week in memory of one of its former students. Jeff and Teri Kirby played the role of Santa Claus, delivering a truck-full of sensory-activity items to the Developmentally Delayed program at Liberty Middle School.Their son, Adam Kerby, passed away a couple of years ago from complications related to his disability. “Today would have been Adam’s 18th birthday,” Jeff Kirby said to a round of applause...

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