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’Bama Tees to Benefit Tuscaloosa Tornado Relief

With Alabama visiting Happy Valley on September 10, you may have noticed many t-shirts dedicated to big game. The Family Clothesline, though, is offering a t-shirt that represents something much less instigative and more significant.

The popular store on College Avenue has recently begun offering a shirt from which all proceeds will benefit Project Team Up. Project Team Up is an organization dedicated to redeveloping some of Alabama’s hardest-hit communities, and proceeds from these t-shirt sales will go towards the tornado relief effort in Tuscaloosa, in the aftermath of a destructive tornado that struck the town back in April.

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From 6 p.m. on Friday, February 17, to 4 p.m. on Sunday, February 19, 707 students will dance in THON and help raise money for pediatric cancer research.

 
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