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Courtesy photoDr. Tommy Newton, founder of Fitness Renaissance and its current board chairman, presents Clinton-Sampson Rotary president Victoria Byrd with a plaque of appreciation for the club's continued support of the program. The daytime Rotary Club is a signature sponsor of the fitness program, which benefits K-5 children in the city and county schools, as well as Harrells Christian Academy.
Courtesy photoDr. Tommy Newton, founder of Fitness Renaissance and its current board chairman, presents Clinton-Sampson Rotary president Victoria Byrd with a plaque of appreciation for the club's continued support of the program. The daytime Rotary Club is a signature sponsor of the fitness program, which benefits K-5 children in the city and county schools, as well as Harrells Christian Academy.
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Dr. Tommy Newton, founder of Fitness Renaissance and its current board chairman, presents Clinton-Sampson Rotary president Victoria Byrd with a plaque of appreciation for the club’s continued support of the program. The daytime Rotary Club is a signature sponsor of the fitness program, which benefits K-5 children in the city and county schools, as well as Harrells Christian Academy.

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