Giving Wayne County's language a 'G' rating
By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on November 8, 2010 1:48 PM
News-Argus/MICHAEL K. DAKOTA
Brooke Jackson, left, and Kathleen Doughty, seniors at Charles B. Aycock High School, wear their "I'm G" T-shirts as part of an effort that started out as a "No Cussing Day" and resulted in the county commission extending it for the entire month of November. A bulletin board behind the students contains some of the 400 pledges signed by students to clean up their language.
Think before you speak. And when you say anything, make sure to choose your words carefully. That's the message students at Charles B. Aycock High School are promoting through a "No Cussing" campaign. The campaign started out as a class...
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