SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Alumni of Woodville Thompkins High School was in the giving mood on Tuesday.
The first stop was the Housing Authority of the Savannah Resource Center, where members gave T-shirts to children. The alumni are also part of the Woodville Tompkins High School scholarship foundation and are trying to reach out to children younger rather than older to encourage them to go to college one day.
"From the Woodville Tompkins Alumni, we'll be giving away scholarships starting in 2012 from Woodville Tompkins in the future," said Kamisha Barber a Woodville Tompkins alum.
The alumni also handed out T-shirts to children at the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club.
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