Ribbon cut as Hasty opens special needs playground
by Michelle Babcock
01:03 AM, Sunday, May 24
Hasty Elementary School Fine Arts Academy has a brand new playground specially made for students with special needs. Thanks to several generous sponsors, including the Service League of Cherokee County, Hasty Elementary School was able build a new...

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