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Athens Bank President Jeff Fulgham, right, presents a check for $10,000 to Kim Walker of the Athens Leadership Institute for the ongoing Athens Splash Pad effort. The Splash Pad, which will be located at Kiwanis Park, will cost $200,000 to build. A massive fund-raising effort has brought in more than $100,000. Project organizers are hoping to have funds completely raised by March.

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