Johnston County teacher assistants and Department of Social Services staff stand with the 2016 Angel Tree gifts. Shown are, from left: front row – teacher assistants Debbie Brown, Fred McClamb, Chris Brown, Lisa Soard, Carolyn Kay and Bonnie Fox; and back row – Sheila Rawlings and Tony Harris of the Johnston County Department of Social Services.
Johnston County teacher assistants and Department of Social Services staff stand with the 2016 Angel Tree gifts. Shown are, from left: front row – teacher assistants Debbie Brown, Fred McClamb, Chris Brown, Lisa Soard, Carolyn Kay and Bonnie Fox; and back row – Sheila Rawlings and Tony Harris of the Johnston County Department of Social Services. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Johnston County teacher assistants and Department of Social Services staff stand with the 2016 Angel Tree gifts. Shown are, from left: front row – teacher assistants Debbie Brown, Fred McClamb, Chris Brown, Lisa Soard, Carolyn Kay and Bonnie Fox; and back row – Sheila Rawlings and Tony Harris of the Johnston County Department of Social Services. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

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