Wake County school employees now have two days a year to volunteer in community activities such as building Habitat for Humanity homes such as this one on Lake Wheeler Road constructed in 2016 by Lutheran church volunteers.
Wake County school employees now have two days a year to volunteer in community activities such as building Habitat for Humanity homes such as this one on Lake Wheeler Road constructed in 2016 by Lutheran church volunteers. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
Wake County school employees now have two days a year to volunteer in community activities such as building Habitat for Humanity homes such as this one on Lake Wheeler Road constructed in 2016 by Lutheran church volunteers. News & Observer file photo News & Observer file photo
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Wake County school employees will get time to volunteer in community

March 08, 2017 10:29 AM

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