It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks for Athens native Taeden Johnson. The 12-year old Georgia fan tragically lost his grandmother, mother and sister in a house fire in January.
But since then the Athens and Georgia community has rallied around Johnson. A GoFund Me set up by Johnson’s mentor Zac Hendrix has helped raise over $235,000 dollars for Johnson. Johnson has gotten to FaceTime with former Georgia basketball standout Anthony Edwards.
The Bulldogs continue their offseason workouts as they approach the start of spring practice. G-Day is set for April 17 while spring practices are expected to start on March 16.
To donate to Johnson’s GoFund Me, follow this link.
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