Tony Harris, director of foster-care licensing for Johnston County social services, looks on as Sysco Raleigh employees help load the presents they bought for local children in foster care.
Tony Harris, director of foster-care licensing for Johnston County social services, looks on as Sysco Raleigh employees help load the presents they bought for local children in foster care. Taylor Knopf tknopf@newsobserver.com
Tony Harris, director of foster-care licensing for Johnston County social services, looks on as Sysco Raleigh employees help load the presents they bought for local children in foster care. Taylor Knopf tknopf@newsobserver.com

‘Angels’ provide gifts to kids in foster care

December 21, 2015 9:46 AM

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