Shown are, from left: front row – Johnston staff members Amie Newsome, Debra Stroud, Bryant Spivey, Katie Moore and Lori McBryde; and standing – Dr. Joe Zublena, director of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service; staff members Dan Wells, Jayne McBurney and Angela Faison; Jimmy Gentry, president of the N.C. State Grange; staff members Shawn Banks and Tim Britton; and Dr. Fletcher Barber, associate administrator of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service. Not pictured are Johnston staff members Nikki Davis and Teresa Byrd.
Shown are, from left: front row – Johnston staff members Amie Newsome, Debra Stroud, Bryant Spivey, Katie Moore and Lori McBryde; and standing – Dr. Joe Zublena, director of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service; staff members Dan Wells, Jayne McBurney and Angela Faison; Jimmy Gentry, president of the N.C. State Grange; staff members Shawn Banks and Tim Britton; and Dr. Fletcher Barber, associate administrator of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service. Not pictured are Johnston staff members Nikki Davis and Teresa Byrd. N.C. A&T STATE UNIVERSITY
Shown are, from left: front row – Johnston staff members Amie Newsome, Debra Stroud, Bryant Spivey, Katie Moore and Lori McBryde; and standing – Dr. Joe Zublena, director of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service; staff members Dan Wells, Jayne McBurney and Angela Faison; Jimmy Gentry, president of the N.C. State Grange; staff members Shawn Banks and Tim Britton; and Dr. Fletcher Barber, associate administrator of the N.C. Cooperative Extension Service. Not pictured are Johnston staff members Nikki Davis and Teresa Byrd. N.C. A&T STATE UNIVERSITY

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