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Fifth-grader Autumn Everett reads to first-grader Lillian McKenzie at Middlesettlements Elementary School. The students demonstrated their school’s literacy mentoring program for guests who attended the check distribution ceremony for the Eddie Mannis Project Classroom program on Sept. 16.

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Fifth-grader Autumn Everett reads to first-grader Lillian McKenzie at Middlesettlements Elementary School. The students demonstrated their school’s literacy mentoring program for guests who attended the check distribution ceremony for the Eddie Mannis Project Classroom program on Sept. 16.

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  • Fifth-grader Autumn Everett reads to first-grader Lillian McKenzie at Middlesettlements Elementary School. The students demonstrated their school’s literacy mentoring program for guests who attended the check distribution ceremony for the Eddie Mannis Project Classroom program on Sept. 16.
  • McKenzie Henry, a first grader, and her fifth-grade peer mentor Emma Kilgore show Eddie Mannis how the mentoring program works. Mannis, president of Prestige Cleaners, awarded $1,000 to the Blount County Foundation during his visit. Mannis’ Project Classroom also awarded $1,000 checks to the foundations for Alcoa and Maryville City schools.
  • Celebrating the donation from Prestige Cleaners presented by Eddie Mannis, president, center, are, from left, Susan Stout, vice president, Blount County Education Foundation; Cindy Schneitman, principal at Middlesettlements Elementary School; Barbara Jenkins, executive director of the Maryville Schools Foundation; Mannis; Janet Gilson, vice president, Blount County Education Foundation; Tom Shamblin, Alcoa City Schools director; Mike Winstead, assistant director, Maryville City Schools; Sharon Hannum, president, Alcoa City Schools Foundation; and Mickey McClurg, chair, Alcoa City School Board.
  • Cindy Schneitman accepts donations from Prestige Cleaners President Eddie Mannis along with Janet Gilson and Mike Winstead. This is the third year Mannis’ company has donated $1,000 to all three area school foundations.
  • Barbara Jenkins accepts a $1,000 check from Eddie Mannis on behalf of the Maryville City Schools foundation.

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