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  • Bibb County hosts vendor show to help with school furniture selections

    The Bibb County district plans to buy $3 million worth of new furniture for its schools. Teachers, staff and community members were invited to stop by a vendor exhibit Jan. 24-26 and offer their feedback on potential classroom pieces.

The Bibb County district plans to buy $3 million worth of new furniture for its schools. Teachers, staff and community members were invited to stop by a vendor exhibit Jan. 24-26 and offer their feedback on potential classroom pieces. Andrea Honaker The Telegraph
The Bibb County district plans to buy $3 million worth of new furniture for its schools. Teachers, staff and community members were invited to stop by a vendor exhibit Jan. 24-26 and offer their feedback on potential classroom pieces. Andrea Honaker The Telegraph

Yes, it’s really a school desk, and it’s coming to your child’s classroom

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