East Clayton fifth-graders Olivia Sanchez, left, and Erika Solom take part in Free Enterprise Day.
East Clayton fifth-graders Olivia Sanchez, left, and Erika Solom take part in Free Enterprise Day. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOL
East Clayton fifth-graders Olivia Sanchez, left, and Erika Solom take part in Free Enterprise Day. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOL

East Clayton Elementary celebrates free enterprise

December 26, 2014 07:25 AM

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