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Lady Antebellum Joins "A Day Made Better" School Advocacy Campaign

Slide 1 of 7: (L-R) Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum show support for "A Day Made Better" cause founded to help erase teacher-funded classrooms. The group members provided Sheila Hancock, Stacey Branch and Jim Tau from Lakeside High School with an award and $3000 worth of school supplies from OfficeMax on November 14, 2010 in Augusta, Georgia.

(L-R) Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum show support for &amp;quot;A Day Made Better&amp;quot; cause founded to help erase teacher-funded classrooms. The group members provided <a href=/celebs/celeb.aspx?c=288444 type="Msn.Entertain.Server.WebControls.LinkableMoviePerson" Arg="288444" LinkType="Page">Sheila Hancock</a>, Stacey Branch and Jim Tau from Lakeside <a href=/movies/movie.aspx?m=2303574 type="Msn.Entertain.Server.WebControls.LinkableMovie" Arg="2303574" LinkType="Page">High School</a> with an award and $3000 worth of school supplies from OfficeMax on November 14, 2010 in Augusta, Georgia.

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