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September 28, 2013

Rep. Pitts announces Academy Academic Excellence annual chilli supper

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The Academy for Academic Excellence will host its Annual Chilli Supper and Silent Auction on Thursday, October 24, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The cost per person is $10.00 and carry out is available.

All proceeds will go to the Mercy E. Yrabedra Memorial Scholarship Fund to benefit special needs students. The Academy of Academic Excellence is located at 2134 Old Ashland City Road in Clarksville.

Anyone desiring to donate items for the silent auction or help in anyway can reach the Academy at 931-647-9831.

108th General Assembly -  House of Represenatatives“Mercy was a great champion for all children, especially those students with special need. “Her life’s work and legacy is being carried out everyday at the Academy for Academic Excellence,” said State Rep. Joe Pitts.

For more information about any item above or other issues of concern, please contact Rep. Joe Pitts at 615/741-2043, or email: rep.joe.pitts@capitol.tn.gov



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