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Key Club provide dolls for sick kids

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Members of the Southwest Georgia Home School Association Key Club are shown displaying dolls they made as part of a recent community service project. The more-than 60 dolls will be presented to Phoebe Putney Hospital for use in treatment of pediatric patients in its emergency room. The dolls are designed to help to comfort children undergoing medical care and can also be used by doctors to help demonstrate to youngsters treatment they are about to receive. The project is yet another civic effort by the SGHSA Key Club, which is supervised by Darlene Butler and sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County.


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