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August 20, 2014 12:00 AM

Horne’s legacy lives on

WARNER ROBINS -- Ray Horne is still giving. The former speech and drama teacher from Northside High School gave 50 years of his life to students, trying to make a difference in their lives. Now funds are being raised for the Ray Horne Scholarship at Northside. Horne planned for the scholarship and an estate sale to fund it before he died in January.

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