A.L. Brown Environment Club takes pride in community by participating in Kannapolis Kares Day
There are 2 comments on the Salisbury Post story from Sep 28, 2009, titled A.L. Brown Environment Club takes pride in community by participating in Kannapolis Kares Day. In it, Salisbury Post reports that:
Bruce Wells, program manager for Cooperative Christian Ministries. Shannan Morrison, faculty adviser for the Anchor Club at A.L. Brown High School.
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#1 Sep 28, 2009
I think it is great to see news about several young people doing good things in the community rather than just news about the few that get in trouble. These students are getting a good start on becoming our future leaders.
#2 Oct 29, 2009
At first I didn't like Brown.I'd heard so much bad things about the school.I didn't want my son going there.Man ! MY feelings have really changed toward the school.There is a great bunch of sudents at the school along with all the staff there.The good out weigh the bad.The young people are really friendly and helpful along with the whole staff.
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