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KROGER TO OFFER MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE STUDENTS VALUABLE WORK EXPERIENCE; PARTNERS-IN-EDUCATION PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

KROGER TO OFFER MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE STUDENTS VALUABLE WORK EXPERIENCE;
 PARTNERS-IN-EDUCATION PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
 The Kroger Co. will officially "adopt" Morris Brown College in a Partners-In-Education agreement signing ceremony on Oct. 27. The program will offer the college students opportunities to work in Kroger stores and in the corporate offices, which will allow them to build the work experience needed upon graduation.
 WHEN: Tuesday, Oct. 27, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
 WHERE: Scholars Restaurant, located in the Hickman Student Center,
 643 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.
 WHO: Morris Brown College and The Kroger Co.
 WHAT: Official signing of the Partners-In-Education agreement
 between Morris Brown College and The Kroger Co. Dr. Gloria
 Anderson, interim president of Morris Brown College and
 Kroger President Paul Smith will speak. The Morris Brown
 College choir will perform.
 Interviews with Kroger President Paul Smith and with two Morris Brown students working with Kroger are available by calling 404-659-4446.
 CONTACT: Jill Strickland of Morris Brown College, 404-220-0140; or Ellen Hartman of Fleishman-Hillard Inc., 404-659-4446, for Morris Brown College.
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CO: Kroger Co.; Morris Brown College ST: Georgia IN: REA SU:

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