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DMES Beau Tie Club teaches positive behaviors
Beau Tie Club
(Front row) Sol Gilleo, Michael Baker, Takhari Kirby, Jaylin West. (Back row) Manning, Christa Jeter, Trey Stephens, Isaiah White and Chair Mara Jones. The Beau Tie Club was recognized by the Kershaw County School Board of Trustees at their meeting last Tuesday evening at Dobys Mill Elementary School. - photo by Miciah Bennett
Doby’s Mill Elementary School (DMES) not only produces students with brains, but now it’s sending some students to middle school with dashing good looks as well. The school recently started a Beau Tie Club, after DMES Principal Ginger Catoe talked to Dr. James Thompson, of Columbia’s Hand Middle School, which has a similar club. When DMES Assistant Principal Michael Manning transferred to the DMES from Blaney Elementary School, Catoe thought Manning would be the perfect person to start the club.