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Members of local law enforcement joined the West Central Georgia Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association Saturday to support the Books Over Bullets program by donating books and other reading material to Randalette Williams, a local educator and philanthropist. Williams said they plan to distribute the reading material to local barbershops and beauty salons in an effort to promote reading, especially among youth. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
Members of local law enforcement joined the West Central Georgia Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association Saturday to support the Books Over Bullets program by donating books and other reading material to Randalette Williams, a local educator and philanthropist. Williams said they plan to distribute the reading material to local barbershops and beauty salons in an effort to promote reading, especially among youth. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

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