Friends helping friends

Beverly Malpass Brewer, far left, with Steve Boyette and Karen Herring Ziegler, hold a check for $700, which will help local group Friend-Aid assist those in the community who need it. The amount ultimately inflated to $1,300. The Friend-Aid board consisted of Ziegler, Brewer, Boyette, Terry Walker Rose and Lynn Caddis Brown. - Courtesy photo
Beverly Malpass Brewer, center, with her sister Cindy Malpass Nance and Nance’s husband Bill during the recent friends reunion, held to reconnect with old friends from high school, while giving to a good cause. It was held at the Coharie Country Club. - Courtesy photo
The friends reunion was for those who attended Clinton City Schools and Sampson County Schools in the 1970s or thereabouts. It featured half and half tickets and a T-shirt sale, the proceeds from which was donated to charities, including Backpacks for Buddies, Friend-Aid and to a local teacher who educates special needs children. - Courtesy photo
Fun was had by all at the reunion, with Beverly Malpass Brewer hopes will become an annual event. Friend-Aid, one of the beneficiaries, is a group of ‘friends helping friends,’ organizers of the reunion said. They identify friends around the Clinton and Sampson County area that could use a little help and try to assist them. - - Courtesy photo

Beverly Malpass Brewer, far left, with Steve Boyette and Karen Herring Ziegler, hold a check for $700, which will help local group Friend-Aid assist those in the community who need it. The amount ultimately inflated to $1,300. The Friend-Aid board consisted of Ziegler, Brewer, Boyette, Terry Walker Rose and Lynn Caddis Brown.

Beverly Malpass Brewer, center, with her sister Cindy Malpass Nance and Nance’s husband Bill during the recent friends reunion, held to reconnect with old friends from high school, while giving to a good cause. It was held at the Coharie Country Club.

The friends reunion was for those who attended Clinton City Schools and Sampson County Schools in the 1970s or thereabouts. It featured half and half tickets and a T-shirt sale, the proceeds from which was donated to charities, including Backpacks for Buddies, Friend-Aid and to a local teacher who educates special needs children.

Fun was had by all at the reunion, with Beverly Malpass Brewer hopes will become an annual event. Friend-Aid, one of the beneficiaries, is a group of ‘friends helping friends,’ organizers of the reunion said. They identify friends around the Clinton and Sampson County area that could use a little help and try to assist them.

Beverly Malpass Brewer, far left, with Steve Boyette and Karen Herring Ziegler, hold a check for $700, which will help local group Friend-Aid assist those in the community who need it. The amount ultimately inflated to $1,300. The Friend-Aid board consisted of Ziegler, Brewer, Boyette, Terry Walker Rose and Lynn Caddis Brown.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_friends1.jpgBeverly Malpass Brewer, far left, with Steve Boyette and Karen Herring Ziegler, hold a check for $700, which will help local group Friend-Aid assist those in the community who need it. The amount ultimately inflated to $1,300. The Friend-Aid board consisted of Ziegler, Brewer, Boyette, Terry Walker Rose and Lynn Caddis Brown. Courtesy photo

Beverly Malpass Brewer, center, with her sister Cindy Malpass Nance and Nance’s husband Bill during the recent friends reunion, held to reconnect with old friends from high school, while giving to a good cause. It was held at the Coharie Country Club.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_friends2.jpgBeverly Malpass Brewer, center, with her sister Cindy Malpass Nance and Nance’s husband Bill during the recent friends reunion, held to reconnect with old friends from high school, while giving to a good cause. It was held at the Coharie Country Club. Courtesy photo

The friends reunion was for those who attended Clinton City Schools and Sampson County Schools in the 1970s or thereabouts. It featured half and half tickets and a T-shirt sale, the proceeds from which was donated to charities, including Backpacks for Buddies, Friend-Aid and to a local teacher who educates special needs children.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_friends3.jpgThe friends reunion was for those who attended Clinton City Schools and Sampson County Schools in the 1970s or thereabouts. It featured half and half tickets and a T-shirt sale, the proceeds from which was donated to charities, including Backpacks for Buddies, Friend-Aid and to a local teacher who educates special needs children. Courtesy photo

Fun was had by all at the reunion, with Beverly Malpass Brewer hopes will become an annual event. Friend-Aid, one of the beneficiaries, is a group of ‘friends helping friends,’ organizers of the reunion said. They identify friends around the Clinton and Sampson County area that could use a little help and try to assist them.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/web1_friends4.jpgFun was had by all at the reunion, with Beverly Malpass Brewer hopes will become an annual event. Friend-Aid, one of the beneficiaries, is a group of ‘friends helping friends,’ organizers of the reunion said. They identify friends around the Clinton and Sampson County area that could use a little help and try to assist them. Courtesy photo