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Offering appreciation  Petty Officer Laura Sheedy (left) and Petty Officer Constance Strohl, both serving in the Navy, eat a free meal during Military Appreciation Day at the Augusta Exchange Chick-fil-A. Between 5 and 8 p.m. Tuesday, active-duty military personnel were treated to a free meal, and a portion of sales benefitted the Augusta Warrior Project.  MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
MICHAEL HOLAHAN/STAFF
Offering appreciation Petty Officer Laura Sheedy (left) and Petty Officer Constance Strohl, both serving in the Navy, eat a free meal during Military Appreciation Day at the Augusta Exchange Chick-fil-A. Between 5 and 8 p.m. Tuesday, active-duty military personnel were treated to a free meal, and a portion of sales benefitted the Augusta Warrior Project.
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Enrollment drop plagues many Ga. colleges

ATLANTA -- The financial future of 15 colleges and universities in Georgia that experienced declining enrollment is dependent on a revised funding formula, the university system chancellor warns.
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