From left are Twyla Wells, executive director of the Johnston Community College Foundation; Scott Parrish, foundation president; David Johnson, president of JCC; Sheriff Steve Bizzell; Linda and Donnie Lassiter; Darryl McGraw, vice president of administration, financial and information technology at JCC; and District Attorney Susan Doyle.
From left are Twyla Wells, executive director of the Johnston Community College Foundation; Scott Parrish, foundation president; David Johnson, president of JCC; Sheriff Steve Bizzell; Linda and Donnie Lassiter; Darryl McGraw, vice president of administration, financial and information technology at JCC; and District Attorney Susan Doyle. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
From left are Twyla Wells, executive director of the Johnston Community College Foundation; Scott Parrish, foundation president; David Johnson, president of JCC; Sheriff Steve Bizzell; Linda and Donnie Lassiter; Darryl McGraw, vice president of administration, financial and information technology at JCC; and District Attorney Susan Doyle. JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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