Carole McCartney, right, of White Memorial Church presents a $2,000 check to senior Allison Henry, president of the food pantry at West Johnston High School. With them are, from left, church members Susan Foster and Judy Morris and West Johnston junior Troy Tillery.
Carole McCartney, right, of White Memorial Church presents a $2,000 check to senior Allison Henry, president of the food pantry at West Johnston High School. With them are, from left, church members Susan Foster and Judy Morris and West Johnston junior Troy Tillery. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Carole McCartney, right, of White Memorial Church presents a $2,000 check to senior Allison Henry, president of the food pantry at West Johnston High School. With them are, from left, church members Susan Foster and Judy Morris and West Johnston junior Troy Tillery. JOHNSTON COUNTY SCHOOLS

West Johnston High school receives grant for food pantry

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