Johnston Health Foundation chairman David Mills, third from right, accepts a $10,000 check the check from Bruce McKay, senior energy policy director for Dominion. With them are, from left, County Commissioner Jeff Carver, a Johnston Health board member; Stewart McLeod, a foundation board member; Bobby Parker, chairman of the Johnston Health board; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; and Sol Halliburton, director of the foundation.
Johnston Health Foundation chairman David Mills, third from right, accepts a $10,000 check the check from Bruce McKay, senior energy policy director for Dominion. With them are, from left, County Commissioner Jeff Carver, a Johnston Health board member; Stewart McLeod, a foundation board member; Bobby Parker, chairman of the Johnston Health board; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; and Sol Halliburton, director of the foundation. JOHNSTON HEALTH
Johnston Health Foundation chairman David Mills, third from right, accepts a $10,000 check the check from Bruce McKay, senior energy policy director for Dominion. With them are, from left, County Commissioner Jeff Carver, a Johnston Health board member; Stewart McLeod, a foundation board member; Bobby Parker, chairman of the Johnston Health board; Chuck Elliott, chief executive and president of Johnston Health; and Sol Halliburton, director of the foundation. JOHNSTON HEALTH

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