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Politically Incorrect Club raises funds for needy families

The University of North Georgia’s (UNG) Politically Incorrect Club has increased in numbers and in contributions to the community during fall 2013. For the first time in the 49-year history of the Gainesville campus, the iconic Salvation Army kettle bell was rung on campus by a student organization. For the last two weeks of class the fall semester, the club members rang the bell in front of the student center and raised $327.86 for local families in need. Several club members also bought gifts, paid for out of their own pockets, for local children in need as part of the Angel Tree program on campus.

Politically Incorrect Club
Douglas Young, left, and members of the Politically Incorrect Club raised funds for the Salvation Army this year.

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