Volunteers for Operation Heping Hand, from left, Will Baggett, Troy Richardson, Sammie Wilder and Daniel Hinnant take a break from yard work. Bagget and Hinant were from Smithfield First Baptist Church; Richardson and Wilder from Smithfield First Missionary Baptist Church.
Volunteers for Operation Heping Hand, from left, Will Baggett, Troy Richardson, Sammie Wilder and Daniel Hinnant take a break from yard work. Bagget and Hinant were from Smithfield First Baptist Church; Richardson and Wilder from Smithfield First Missionary Baptist Church. dquizon@newsobserver.com
Volunteers for Operation Heping Hand, from left, Will Baggett, Troy Richardson, Sammie Wilder and Daniel Hinnant take a break from yard work. Bagget and Hinant were from Smithfield First Baptist Church; Richardson and Wilder from Smithfield First Missionary Baptist Church. dquizon@newsobserver.com

Smithfield seeks volunteers for Operation Helping Hand

May 31, 2013 09:06 PM

UPDATED May 31, 2013 09:07 PM

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