Wild Adventures celebrates teachers before school starts

| July 31, 2017

VALDOSTA – It’s the last weekend for some teachers before school starts back up in South Georgia and North Florida.

Wild Adventures gave all local teachers free admission into the park on Saturday and Sunday.

All other guests could get half-off admission by donating new school supplies. Second Harvest of South Georgia collects the supplies and gives them back to teachers in the community.

The park says this is a fun way to honor and help educators for all they do.

“Some of these teachers that are walking through and getting their free admission are also the teachers that are going to come to Teacher’s Harvest and get the supplies, which is pretty exciting,” says Hannah Peverill with Second Harvest.

Perevill says they collected around 10 boxes full of donated supplies for Teacher’s Harvest.

They open the shop each year to offer free school supplies to nearly 4,000 local public school teachers.

(WCTV Eyewitness News)

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