JAG supports advocacy center

Published 9:06 pm Wednesday, December 21, 2016


Straughn High School Jobs for Alabama’s Graduates’ students paired with the Covington County Children’s Advocacy Center for a Christmas service project. A penny drive competition was battled between SHS homerooms. The total amount of money raised was over $480. Shown are Mrs. Hollie Carter, science teacher and winner of the penny drive; Macey Howell, president of SHS JAG; Mrs. Kaci Perry, director of the Covington County Children’s Advocacy Center; and Taylor Johnson, vice president of SHS JAG.