‘Young Professionals’ pitch in for schools


Jeff Bradshaw and John Goode from Sampson County Schools and Dr. Stuart Blount, Greg Dirks (pictured) and Dr. Steven Miller from Clinton City Schools were good sports, volunteering to be dunked in a dunking booth during the Young Professionals of Sampson County’s ‘Back to School Bash’ on Saturday at Ribeyes. School supplies were gathered for the school systems as part of the event.


Lemonade and other refreshments helped bring people out to Saturday’s ‘Back to School Bash’ organized by Sampson County’s Young Professionals.


The Young Professionals of Sampson County held a ‘Back to School Bash’ Event at Ribeyes Saturday, collecting school supplies to distribute to the Clinton City and Sampson County school systems. People of all ages enjoyed games and face-painting during the event. Here, Alison Goodson Carr gets the decorative treatment.


Jeff Bradshaw and John Goode from Sampson County Schools and Dr. Stuart Blount, Greg Dirks (pictured) and Dr. Steven Miller from Clinton City Schools were good sports, volunteering to be dunked in a dunking booth during the Young Professionals of Sampson County’s ‘Back to School Bash’ on Saturday at Ribeyes. School supplies were gathered for the school systems as part of the event.

Lemonade and other refreshments helped bring people out to Saturday’s ‘Back to School Bash’ organized by Sampson County’s Young Professionals.

The Young Professionals of Sampson County held a ‘Back to School Bash’ Event at Ribeyes Saturday, collecting school supplies to distribute to the Clinton City and Sampson County school systems. People of all ages enjoyed games and face-painting during the event. Here, Alison Goodson Carr gets the decorative treatment.

Jeff Bradshaw and John Goode from Sampson County Schools and Dr. Stuart Blount, Greg Dirks (pictured) and Dr. Steven Miller from Clinton City Schools were good sports, volunteering to be dunked in a dunking booth during the Young Professionals of Sampson County’s ‘Back to School Bash’ on Saturday at Ribeyes. School supplies were gathered for the school systems as part of the event.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_young-pros-001.jpgJeff Bradshaw and John Goode from Sampson County Schools and Dr. Stuart Blount, Greg Dirks (pictured) and Dr. Steven Miller from Clinton City Schools were good sports, volunteering to be dunked in a dunking booth during the Young Professionals of Sampson County’s ‘Back to School Bash’ on Saturday at Ribeyes. School supplies were gathered for the school systems as part of the event.

Lemonade and other refreshments helped bring people out to Saturday’s ‘Back to School Bash’ organized by Sampson County’s Young Professionals.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_young-pros-002.jpgLemonade and other refreshments helped bring people out to Saturday’s ‘Back to School Bash’ organized by Sampson County’s Young Professionals.

The Young Professionals of Sampson County held a ‘Back to School Bash’ Event at Ribeyes Saturday, collecting school supplies to distribute to the Clinton City and Sampson County school systems. People of all ages enjoyed games and face-painting during the event. Here, Alison Goodson Carr gets the decorative treatment.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_young-pros-003.jpgThe Young Professionals of Sampson County held a ‘Back to School Bash’ Event at Ribeyes Saturday, collecting school supplies to distribute to the Clinton City and Sampson County school systems. People of all ages enjoyed games and face-painting during the event. Here, Alison Goodson Carr gets the decorative treatment.
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