School board members recognized fraternity members who presented a check for $11,500, which represented grants from The Ability Experience
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The Pi Kappa Phi hosted a Carnival for special needs students from Pike and surrounding counties Thursday at the Troy University Arena field area with more than 180 kids participating.
They hit up a place that has become their usual fun spot – the Hamilton Schools’ Bridgeport Elementary multiple disabilities class, which this particular Friday in December had its students decorating a Christmas tree.
Troy professor Joseph “Joey” Arnold got a phone call three weeks ago and was told that his home had burned to the ground.