The first veteran to benefit from Johnston County’s “Thank a Vet” ID card program, Gerald Young, center, of Benson, is shown with with Johnston County Veterans Service office Robert Boyette, left, and county Registrar of Deeds Craig Olive.
The first veteran to benefit from Johnston County’s “Thank a Vet” ID card program, Gerald Young, center, of Benson, is shown with with Johnston County Veterans Service office Robert Boyette, left, and county Registrar of Deeds Craig Olive. JOHNSTON COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS
The first veteran to benefit from Johnston County’s “Thank a Vet” ID card program, Gerald Young, center, of Benson, is shown with with Johnston County Veterans Service office Robert Boyette, left, and county Registrar of Deeds Craig Olive. JOHNSTON COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDS

Veterans get IDs, archive papers

November 27, 2016 07:17 PM

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