Senior students serve community at Chamblee Charte...
by Christine Fonville
09:14 AM, Tuesday, March 31
Senior students at Chamblee Charter High School will participate in a day of giving back to the community during the third annual Senior Service Day event Thursday. Students will be volunteering at various nonprofits, businesses and partners in ed...

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