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PHOTOS: Local groups face cold, rain to 'Leap' for Literacy at Lake Lanier
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Kilough Elementary School staff dressed up as the Teenage Mutant Reading Turtles and jumped into Lake Lanier at the 2019 Leap for Literacy Feb. 23. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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The Dawsonville Woman's Club braved the chilly 40 degree lake water for the 2019 Leap for Literacy Feb. 23. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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Members of the Dawson County Middle School Interact Club showed their support for WEE Books by running into Lake Lanier at War Hill Park for the 2019 Leap for Literacy Feb. 23. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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Public Works Director David McKee and Fire Chief Danny Thompson dressed up as "The Presidents" for their creative leap for the 2019 Leap for Literacy at War Hill Park Feb. 23. Leap for Literacy is a fundraiser for the WEE Books program, which mails out free books each month to kids aged 0-5 in Dawson County. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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Members of Dawson County Sheriff's Office braved the chilly weather Saturday morning and made the jump into Lake Lanier for the 2019 Leap for Literacy fundraiser. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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Commissioner Chris Gaines celebrates his successful Leap for Literacy at War Hill Park Feb. 23. - photo by Jessica Taylor
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