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ATLANTA — The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation has announced the recipients of its Callahan Incentive Grant, a matching grant given to nonprofit or government organizations undertaking the rehabilitation of a historic building or site in Georgia. Made possible by Barbara and Les Callahan, longtime supporters of the Georgia Trust, a total of $15,000 was awarded to the Fairview Elementary School in Cave Spring, Paradise Garden in Chattooga County, Zion Church in Talbotton, and the Cusseta Industrial High School in Chattahoochee County.

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While public elementary and secondary education is partly funded by the federal government, the majority of funding comes from state and local sources, which creates large differences in spending across states. At the state level, per-pupil spending ranges from a high of $23,091 to a low of $7,179 per year.

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SAVANNAH — The Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm in Savannah has dressed its gardens with millions of lights in preparation for the arrival of Santa Claus on Friday.

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