South Cobb students invite police to a cookout

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

ATLANTA, GA - To celebrate the Power of Peace Project, and appreciate Kit Cummings' recent event at Traymore Village in Austell, students from South Cobb and Cobb County Police are gathering together for a cookout, cornhole, and swimming tournament.

The Power of Peace project is titled "Protect the Dream", it is a campaign to bring students and a positive figure to educate them based on their expertise. This campaign lasts for 8 weeks, where 40 students from South Cobb High school learned about leadership and character development, designing dreams and goals, and develop healthy accountability.

This campaign encourages students to focus on their goals by not letting any negativity blocking their way to the future. They also teach students to always make the right decision that would take them one step forward towards their goals.

Kit Cummings said he is so proud of South Cobb students for bringing the community together even though this is not easy. They exceed beyond expectations and set the right example for other kids to respect authorities.

Cummings further stated that this is the right time to raise a new generation of kids who respect their parents and elders. Through this campaign, he believes that this intention is possible.

South Cobb Principal, Tommy Perry said this cookout event also aims to make the students, law enforcement, and the community work together and support each other, and they will be doing events like this again in the future.

The community also tries to help the students to become positive role models in the area for the next generation to change the culture and left behind a legacy.

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