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Shown displaying a replica of a historic donation to ECCC are, from left, Slagle family representatives Mary Jo Smith-Taylor (niece) of Jackson; Deborah Blum Stamper (daughter) of Marietta, Ga.; and Carole Pace Henry (niece) of Madison; ECCC President Dr. Billy W. Stewart; ECCC Board of Trustees Chairman Dr. Jimmy Hollingsworth of Lake; Dr. Stacey Hollingsworth, ECCC Executive Director for Foundation and Alumni Relations; and George Taylor of Forest, ECCC Foundation Chairperson.

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