Inmates help local students in need


Pictured, from left, are: Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator for the N.C. Department of Public Safety; Leah Brockington, administrative assistant for NCDPS; Dr. Eric Bracy, superintendent for Sampson County Schools; and Valris Jernigan, correctional program supervisor for NCDPS. The employees of Sampson Correctional Institute dropped off backpacks to benefit county students, a donation by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club of Sampson Correctional.


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Inmates with the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club, using money raised in prison, purchased school supplies and backpacks, filling 25 backpacks with school supplies to benefit county schools, specifically Hargrove and Union elementary schools. The inmates, here pictured with Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator, at far left, usually engage in back-to-school outreach and at Christmas by buying toys for children in Department of Social Services’ custody.


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Some of the supplies that filled 25 backpacks donated by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club.


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Pictured, from left, are: Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator for the N.C. Department of Public Safety; Leah Brockington, administrative assistant for NCDPS; Dr. Eric Bracy, superintendent for Sampson County Schools; and Valris Jernigan, correctional program supervisor for NCDPS. The employees of Sampson Correctional Institute dropped off backpacks to benefit county students, a donation by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club of Sampson Correctional.

Inmates with the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club, using money raised in prison, purchased school supplies and backpacks, filling 25 backpacks with school supplies to benefit county schools, specifically Hargrove and Union elementary schools. The inmates, here pictured with Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator, at far left, usually engage in back-to-school outreach and at Christmas by buying toys for children in Department of Social Services’ custody.

Some of the supplies that filled 25 backpacks donated by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club.

Pictured, from left, are: Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator for the N.C. Department of Public Safety; Leah Brockington, administrative assistant for NCDPS; Dr. Eric Bracy, superintendent for Sampson County Schools; and Valris Jernigan, correctional program supervisor for NCDPS. The employees of Sampson Correctional Institute dropped off backpacks to benefit county students, a donation by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club of Sampson Correctional.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_prison-1.jpgPictured, from left, are: Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator for the N.C. Department of Public Safety; Leah Brockington, administrative assistant for NCDPS; Dr. Eric Bracy, superintendent for Sampson County Schools; and Valris Jernigan, correctional program supervisor for NCDPS. The employees of Sampson Correctional Institute dropped off backpacks to benefit county students, a donation by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club of Sampson Correctional. Courtesy photo

Inmates with the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club, using money raised in prison, purchased school supplies and backpacks, filling 25 backpacks with school supplies to benefit county schools, specifically Hargrove and Union elementary schools. The inmates, here pictured with Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator, at far left, usually engage in back-to-school outreach and at Christmas by buying toys for children in Department of Social Services’ custody.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_prison-2.jpgInmates with the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club, using money raised in prison, purchased school supplies and backpacks, filling 25 backpacks with school supplies to benefit county schools, specifically Hargrove and Union elementary schools. The inmates, here pictured with Kelvin Daniels, service club coordinator, at far left, usually engage in back-to-school outreach and at Christmas by buying toys for children in Department of Social Services’ custody. Courtesy photo

Some of the supplies that filled 25 backpacks donated by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/web1_prison-3.jpgSome of the supplies that filled 25 backpacks donated by the Sampson Fellowship Men’s Club. Courtesy photo
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