Rev. H. William Green of First United Methodist Church Cary stands with Bill Jones at Jones’ house in Cary. The church helped Jones publish a book about his life titled, ‘You will always be a winner!’
Rev. H. William Green of First United Methodist Church Cary stands with Bill Jones at Jones’ house in Cary. The church helped Jones publish a book about his life titled, ‘You will always be a winner!’ aspecht@newsobserver.com
Rev. H. William Green of First United Methodist Church Cary stands with Bill Jones at Jones’ house in Cary. The church helped Jones publish a book about his life titled, ‘You will always be a winner!’ aspecht@newsobserver.com

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