Dora JAG forms Habitat for Humanity chapter
The Dora High School JAG (Jobs for American Graduates) group recently joined forces with the Greene County Chapter of Habitat for Humanity to form a local chapter at Dora High School. The Dora students have already performed more than 500 hours of community service and provided cookbooks for 50 new homeowners. After spring break, the Dora group plans to build paper houses with local preschool and elementary students and teach them about house planning. State Representative Travis Smith (R-155th District) visited the school recently to recognize their efforts. Shown are Dora JAG students, from left to right: Noah Garrett, Madison Howell, Kaitlynn Brown, State Rep Travis Smith, JAG teacher Mrs. Amanda McKee, Elijah Ulllom and Taber Walker.