Anniston High Students just received a “Black History Month” present you might say. The Anniston Museum Complex donated 60 copies of “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “Romeo and Juliet” in honor of Anniston resident Georgia Calhoun for her dedication and years of work as an educator and for founding the annual Black Heritage Festival at the museum. Ms. Calhoun encouraged students to read no matter how much technology filters through. For 38 years Ms. Calhoun has encouraged students to read and expand their horizons. Gina Morey says, several people from the community wanted to surprise her with a gift as well. Museum officials say they hope to donate more books each year.