Tigers in the Community (TiC) recently purchased and distributed donuts to Southern Columbia's staff, including the bus drivers and mechanics of Fullington Bus, as a token of appreciation for their dedicated service to SCA's students. The student-run club has undertaken and carried  out a variety of community projects since their inception in February, generating much good will throughout the Southern Columbia community. Great job TiC members, and please know that we- the administration, teachers, aides, custodians, secretaries, cafeteria, maintenance, and transportation staff of Southern Columbia- appreciate your efforts too!

 
 
Pictured is High School Secretary Mrs. Adriane Halon with TiC members Kristin Kremser, Eli Yemzow, and Chase Urban.

 

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