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  • WLOK celebrates 40th anniversary year with June concert

    Event celebrating Memphis' first African-American owned radio station to feature Al Green, The Brown Singers, The Gospel Four, the Tennessee Mass Choir, and the Stax Academy Alumni Band

  • Shelby Oaks Elementary’s Michelle Holt named Educator of the Week

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Michelle Holt from Shelby Oaks Elementary has been named a Tennessee Lottery Educator of the Week. She teaches kindergarten and has been a teacher for 17 years. Ms. Holt says she loves to watch her students grow!

  • Buckley-Carpenter Elementary screams for Go Jim Go

    SOMERVILLE, Tenn. — You’ll never hear a crowd louder than elementary school kids in a gym. That’s what the Go Jim Go team witnessed Tuesday afternoon on their final school visit of Fayette County day of the 2015 ride. Students at Buckley-Carpenter Elementary raised $2,001 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital and they were very excited to show off for Jim Jaggers and the riders.

  • LaGrange-Moscow Elementary chimes in for Go Jim Go

    MOSCOW, Tenn. — Students at LaGrange-Moscow Elementary School took part in this year’s Go Jim Go fundraiser for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in several ways. They sold t-shirts, they collected coins; teachers even got to wear jeans one day in exchange for a donation. It all paid off with a donation of $933 when Jim Jaggers and the Go Jim Go riders visited the school in Moscow Tuesday afternoon.

  • Rossville Christian Academy has a heart for Go Jim Go

    ROSSVILLE, Tenn. — Two clubs at Rossville Christian Academy sold Le Bonheur hearts to raise money for Go Jim Go. And they sold a lot of them.  The school presented Jim Jaggers with a check for $1,000 as the 2015 ride made a stop there on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Go Jim Go Day 5: Fayette County – in Pictures

    Go Jim Go is traveling some new roads in 2015, adding Fayette County.  The team biked there on Tuesday, September 29.  Here are some of the things they saw (this post will be updated):

  • Southwest Elementary kids make a difference for Go Jim Go

    WILLISTON, Tenn. — Southwest Elementary welcomed the 2015 Go Jim Go riders to the school gym on Tuesday morning. The school’s fundraising efforts netted $330 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

  • West Junior High School carries the ball for Go Jim Go

    OAKLAND, Tenn. — West Junior High School students got to wear the jersey of their favorite NFL team last week in exchange for a donation to Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. On Tuesday, principal Stephanie Neal presented a check for $550 to Jim Jaggers and the Go Jim Go team during a stop on campus.

  • Oakland Elementary gets on board Go Jim Go with $2,000

    OAKLAND, Tenn.  — Go Jim Go stopped at another new school Tuesday morning, Oakland Elementary School For first year fundraisers, they did an outstanding job, raising $2,000 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. Jim Jaggers and the team were thrilled to accept the check.

  • Go Jim Go stops off at Fayette Ware High School

    SOMERVILLE, Tenn. — It’s another new school for Go Jim Go as the ride visits the Fayette Ware High School campus. Students there raised $500 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.

  • Somerville’s East Junior High joins Go Jim Go

    SOMERVILLE, Tenn. — East Junior High School joined Go Jim Go this year for the first time. Our ride is making a trip through Fayette County Tuesday. East’s first year fundraising effort included jersey days and crazy hat days. The school raised $414 for Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.