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childrenimageLemonAid was originally conceived by Dr. Ron Orlando of the department of biochemistry and molecular biology as a way in which UGA faculty could transform the “Lemon” of a furlough day into something positive.  Faculty from across campus spent their day sharing their expertise with students at area schools, on topics as diverse as salsa dancing to talking parrots.
In an effort to build on the success of the first LemonAid the Division of Biological Sciences and Franklin College are once again supporting a day of volunteerism in area schools.  It is our hope that in doing so the students will come away with a better understanding of the many academic activities that take place at the University of Georgia and faculty will have the opportunity to give back to the community that supports us.
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