The following excerpt is from an article from the University of Georgia newspaper, "The Red & Black"
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Proceeds from the t-shirt will be used towards to the cost of a bench and plaque to honor the young women killed in the crash,
Lindsey Conway @LindseyVConway
After her childhood best friend, Halle Scott, died in a car crash April 27 in Oconee County, Danielle Jones knew she wanted to create something to help friends and family remember the four girls who died.
The University of South Carolina student, who is a member of the same sorority, Delta Delta Delta, that Scott was a sister of at the University of Georgia, came up with the idea to create a T-shirt that honors Scott, Kayla Canedo, Brittany Feldman and Christina Semeria.
“I would do anything for Halle. She was my best friend,” Jones said. “I would do anything for those who were closest to her, which were the other three girls in the accident.”
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"Dunwoody is a close-knit community that cherishes its assets," explained Dunwoody City Councilman Terry Nall. "We knew this this archery equipment was being used to teach motivation and self-confidence."
The fundraising effort was prompted by the theft of seven bows from the school's gym in May.
DeKalb County School Police identified and charged two boys, ages 15 and 18, in the case.
Chesnut's archery program was started using a grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
It's supported by the National Archery in the Schools Program, which provided 50 percent of the initial funding after The Friends of Chesnut Foundation, Inc. decided to start the program for students in fourth and fifth grades.
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