Len Bradley, far right, is the parks and recreation director for Holly Springs. He lead town officials on a tour of the North Main Athletic Complex on May 5. Pictured are Town Manager Chuck Simmons, left, Councilwoman Cheri Lee, Mayor Dick Sears and town spokesman Mark Andrews.
Len Bradley, far right, is the parks and recreation director for Holly Springs. He lead town officials on a tour of the North Main Athletic Complex on May 5. Pictured are Town Manager Chuck Simmons, left, Councilwoman Cheri Lee, Mayor Dick Sears and town spokesman Mark Andrews. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com
Len Bradley, far right, is the parks and recreation director for Holly Springs. He lead town officials on a tour of the North Main Athletic Complex on May 5. Pictured are Town Manager Chuck Simmons, left, Councilwoman Cheri Lee, Mayor Dick Sears and town spokesman Mark Andrews. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com

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