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Bojangles' Honors Local Teachers Of The Year

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Bojangles' Representatives present books to teachers during the Greenwood Teacher of the Year party Thursday. Bojangles' Representatives present books to teachers during the Greenwood Teacher of the Year party Thursday.

The Bojangles on Highway 72 Bypass in Greenwood presented hundreds of books to five local District Teachers of the Year Thursday.

According to a press release, this donation event is one of 14 planned for this year, and is part of Bojangles' ongoing partnership with South Carolina Future Minds. The program is designed to support teachers across the state who make a positive impact on their students and the future of South Carolina through their commitment to education.

Teachers honored at Thursday's event included:

· Joni McCaslan from Diamond Hill Elementary School in Abbeville

· Beth Adams from Pinecrest Elementary School in Greenwood

· Jan Rushton from McCormick Middle School in McCormick

· Karen Wilson from Ninety Six Elementary School in Ninety Six

· Cyndee Crawford from Ware Shoals Junior/Senior High School in Ware Shoals

This year Bojangles' will be donating nearly 3,000 books in honor of District Teachers of the Year, and since 2010 the company has donated more than 12,000 books to public schools across the state.

Visit www.Bojangles.com to learn more about Bojangles' partnership with the Teacher of the Year program.

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