UA Honor Students Do Community Service in Perry Co.

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By George McDonald

From the West Alabama Newsroom--  Students from the University of Alabama help to beautify a historic landmark in Perry County.

U-A Honor College students were in Marion landscaping the grounds around the Perry County Courthouse. The project was part of a community service project with the Marion Garden Club.
  
"We're hoping to green the space out to make it look nice and provide a really great image and a great Marion that people can be proud of," said UA student Terrence Lonam.

The historic courthouse was built in 1855 -- and completely renovated last year.





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