In the foreground, Madison Cauley, left, and Selena Royal of Community & Senior Services hold a framed certificate recognizing the agency’s recent accomplishments. With them are, from left, County Commissioners DeVan Barbour, Tony Braswell, Jeff Carver, Allen Mims, Chad Stewart, Cookie Pope and Ted Godwin.
In the foreground, Madison Cauley, left, and Selena Royal of Community & Senior Services hold a framed certificate recognizing the agency’s recent accomplishments. With them are, from left, County Commissioners DeVan Barbour, Tony Braswell, Jeff Carver, Allen Mims, Chad Stewart, Cookie Pope and Ted Godwin. pseligson@newsobserver.com
In the foreground, Madison Cauley, left, and Selena Royal of Community & Senior Services hold a framed certificate recognizing the agency’s recent accomplishments. With them are, from left, County Commissioners DeVan Barbour, Tony Braswell, Jeff Carver, Allen Mims, Chad Stewart, Cookie Pope and Ted Godwin. pseligson@newsobserver.com

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July 11, 2014 07:14 AM

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