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Courtesy photoNorman Johnson, president of the Clinton Rotary Club, presents a check to Candace Taylor, Rotary member and director of Sampson Community College's Butler Basic Skills. The money will go towards the new 2014 GED test campaign, 'Pass three, the fourth one free.' Also pictured are Lyman Horne, SCC Foundation vice president and Rotarian ,and Charlie Powell, president-elect of the club.
Courtesy photoNorman Johnson, president of the Clinton Rotary Club, presents a check to Candace Taylor, Rotary member and director of Sampson Community College's Butler Basic Skills. The money will go towards the new 2014 GED test campaign, 'Pass three, the fourth one free.' Also pictured are Lyman Horne, SCC Foundation vice president and Rotarian ,and Charlie Powell, president-elect of the club.
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Norman Johnson, president of the Clinton Rotary Club, presents a check to Candace Taylor, Rotary member and director of Sampson Community College’s Butler Basic Skills. The money will go towards the new 2014 GED test campaign, ‘Pass three, the fourth one free.’ Also pictured are Lyman Horne, SCC Foundation vice president and Rotarian ,and Charlie Powell, president-elect of the club.

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