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Larry Sides, president of the Exchange Club of South Augusta, aims to equip every patrol car in south Augusta with a stuffed teddy bear. "Our goal is simple: to help comfort kids," he said.

Club donates teddy bears to comfort kids

Stuffed bears will be donated on scene to children involved in car accidents or cases of family abuse. The plan is for every patrol car in the South Augusta Precinct, as well as Hephzibah, to have one by Thanksgiving weekend.
By Doug Stutsman

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