Back-to-school memories

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Jesse Crumpler gives some words of wisdom to students going back to school. - Courtesy photo
Joseph Files offers some instructions to returning students. - Courtesy photo
Rolling Ridge resident Eunice Jernigan offers advice to students returning to school. - Courtesy photo

While school-aged children across the county boarded the school buses for the first day of school, residents at Rolling Ridge, a DePaul Senior Living Community in Newton Grove, put their own fun spin on “back-to-school pictures.”

Residents posed with back-to-school boards featuring information including when they graduated and sage advice to the next generation of students. Rolling Ridge resident Eunice Jernigan advised students to “be happy and work hard.” Jesse Crumpler implored students to “try and make friends and listen to your teacher.”

Mary Ann Herring said “don’t let ‘extra’ activities interfere with your education.”

And Joseph Files gave students the important advice to “always stay in school no matter what!”

Jesse Crumpler gives some words of wisdom to students going back to school.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/web1_Jesse-Crumpler.jpgJesse Crumpler gives some words of wisdom to students going back to school. Courtesy photo

Joseph Files offers some instructions to returning students.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/web1_Joe-Files.jpgJoseph Files offers some instructions to returning students. Courtesy photo

Rolling Ridge resident Eunice Jernigan offers advice to students returning to school.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/web1_Eunice-Jernigan-1.jpgRolling Ridge resident Eunice Jernigan offers advice to students returning to school. Courtesy photo
Residents share sage advice for students

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