Jordan Davis, 20 and a rising junior at N.C. Central University, was the first recipient of a $20,000 George C. Debnam and James Earp Scholarship from Men Investing in Education, a men's ministry at Christian Faith Baptist Church on Midtown's edge in Southeast Raleigh.
Jordan Davis, 20 and a rising junior at N.C. Central University, was the first recipient of a $20,000 George C. Debnam and James Earp Scholarship from Men Investing in Education, a men's ministry at Christian Faith Baptist Church on Midtown's edge in Southeast Raleigh. PHOTO COURTESY OF LORI D. R. WIGGINS
Jordan Davis, 20 and a rising junior at N.C. Central University, was the first recipient of a $20,000 George C. Debnam and James Earp Scholarship from Men Investing in Education, a men's ministry at Christian Faith Baptist Church on Midtown's edge in Southeast Raleigh. PHOTO COURTESY OF LORI D. R. WIGGINS

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