On hand for the check presentation were, from left: front row – Helen Patterson of the Johnston Health’s Early Learning Center and Junior Women’s league members Amber Stancil, Nanda Jones, Carson Cataliotti, Emily Wilkinson, and Jessica Davis; and back row – Beth Moore, Chris Key and Dwight Morris, all of the Johnston County Partnership for Children, and Meredith Fordham, a Junior Women’s League member.
On hand for the check presentation were, from left: front row – Helen Patterson of the Johnston Health’s Early Learning Center and Junior Women’s league members Amber Stancil, Nanda Jones, Carson Cataliotti, Emily Wilkinson, and Jessica Davis; and back row – Beth Moore, Chris Key and Dwight Morris, all of the Johnston County Partnership for Children, and Meredith Fordham, a Junior Women’s League member. JUNIOR WOMEN’S LEAGUE OF SMITHFIELD
On hand for the check presentation were, from left: front row – Helen Patterson of the Johnston Health’s Early Learning Center and Junior Women’s league members Amber Stancil, Nanda Jones, Carson Cataliotti, Emily Wilkinson, and Jessica Davis; and back row – Beth Moore, Chris Key and Dwight Morris, all of the Johnston County Partnership for Children, and Meredith Fordham, a Junior Women’s League member. JUNIOR WOMEN’S LEAGUE OF SMITHFIELD

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