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BUG Party held

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Members and coordinators of the Albany Boys and Girls Clubs’ Martin Luther King, Jr. Unit are shown during their April 6 BUG party with certificates of achievement. BUG, which stands for “Bringing Up Grades,” is an academic achievement incentive program that rewards students for improving their grades from one letter level to another (from a “C” to a “B”, or “B” to “A”, for example). BUG is an initiative of Kiwanis International and is being conducted in schools and Boys and Girls Club sites in Dougherty County through a partnership with the Kiwanis Club of Dougherty County. The success of the program resulted earlier this year in the Albany Boys & Girls Clubs earning “Program of the Year” honors from the Georgia B&G clubs organization.


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