Dollar General surprises Fulton Middle School with $40,000 check

Award given to Dollar General communities to bolster literacy, readership

Fulton Middle School Principal Chris Crane shows off the $40,000 check presented by Fulton Dollar General Distribution Center Director Steve Gibson (not pictured) today in the middle school library.

Fulton Middle School Principal Chris Crane shows off the $40,000 check presented by Fulton Dollar General Distribution Center Director Steve Gibson (not pictured) today in the middle school library. Photo by Dean Asher.

Fulton Middle School Principal Chris Crane didn’t know what he was getting himself into when he met school district and Dollar General executives in his library today.

He only knew that it was something big. When he opened a big, yellow box presented to him by Steve Gibson — the Fulton Dollar General Distribution Center’s director — Crane found out just how big it was.

The company presented the school with a surprise $40,000 donation to be put to use in its library for literacy programs.

For the full story, see Thursday's edition of the Fulton Sun.

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