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Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentBrett Jones and his sons Connor, 3, at the wheel, and Reece, 2, get a closer look at Melvin Shipp's 1946 Ford Coupe at the invitation of Jeff Shipp, during Saturday's 'Drive In to Drive Out Drugs' event, sponsored by the Sampson County Meth Task Force in partnership with the Clinton Main Street Program and Eastpointe. The third-annual event raised $1,600 from 26 vehicle registrations, a 50/50 drawing and sponsors. All of those proceeds will benefit the 'Stay on Track' drug awareness and prevention programs at Sampson County's middle schools.
Chris Berendt/Sampson IndependentBrett Jones and his sons Connor, 3, at the wheel, and Reece, 2, get a closer look at Melvin Shipp's 1946 Ford Coupe at the invitation of Jeff Shipp, during Saturday's 'Drive In to Drive Out Drugs' event, sponsored by the Sampson County Meth Task Force in partnership with the Clinton Main Street Program and Eastpointe. The third-annual event raised $1,600 from 26 vehicle registrations, a 50/50 drawing and sponsors. All of those proceeds will benefit the 'Stay on Track' drug awareness and prevention programs at Sampson County's middle schools.
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Brett Jones and his sons Connor, 3, at the wheel, and Reece, 2, get a closer look at Melvin Shipp’s 1946 Ford Coupe at the invitation of Jeff Shipp, during Saturday’s ‘Drive In to Drive Out Drugs’ event, sponsored by the Sampson County Meth Task Force in partnership with the Clinton Main Street Program and Eastpointe. The third-annual event raised $1,600 from 26 vehicle registrations, a 50/50 drawing and sponsors. All of those proceeds will benefit the ‘Stay on Track’ drug awareness and prevention programs at Sampson County’s middle schools.

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