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Every Piece Matters Autism Support Group board member Jamie Kirksey (left), along with Brayden and Britney Landers, display equipment they recently donated to Tuscumbia schools' special needs classes. [COURTESY PHOTO]

TUSCUMBIA — Special education classrooms at three of the city's schools — R.E. Thompson Intermediate, G.W. Trenholm Primary and Deshler Middle — each recently received about $500 of equipment from the Every Piece Matters Support Group.

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