Foster children receive donation


On Dec. 14, the Men’s Club at Sampson Correctional Institution in Clinton donated four $250 gift cards to Sampson County Foster Care Manager Lynn Fields, left, for children in the foster care program who are in need. The Men’s Club raises money through picture sales throughout the year and half of all proceeds are donated back into the community. The inmates in the Men’s Club voted to make a $1,000 donation to the Department of Social Services’ program and Assistant Superintendent Donna Williamson, right, and Program Supervisor Tyrone Owens hand-delivered the gift cards last week.


On Dec. 14, the Men’s Club at Sampson Correctional Institution in Clinton donated four $250 gift cards to Sampson County Foster Care Manager Lynn Fields, left, for children in the foster care program who are in need. The Men’s Club raises money through picture sales throughout the year and half of all proceeds are donated back into the community. The inmates in the Men’s Club voted to make a $1,000 donation to the Department of Social Services’ program and Assistant Superintendent Donna Williamson, right, and Program Supervisor Tyrone Owens hand-delivered the gift cards last week.

On Dec. 14, the Men’s Club at Sampson Correctional Institution in Clinton donated four $250 gift cards to Sampson County Foster Care Manager Lynn Fields, left, for children in the foster care program who are in need. The Men’s Club raises money through picture sales throughout the year and half of all proceeds are donated back into the community. The inmates in the Men’s Club voted to make a $1,000 donation to the Department of Social Services’ program and Assistant Superintendent Donna Williamson, right, and Program Supervisor Tyrone Owens hand-delivered the gift cards last week.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_dps-donation.jpgOn Dec. 14, the Men’s Club at Sampson Correctional Institution in Clinton donated four $250 gift cards to Sampson County Foster Care Manager Lynn Fields, left, for children in the foster care program who are in need. The Men’s Club raises money through picture sales throughout the year and half of all proceeds are donated back into the community. The inmates in the Men’s Club voted to make a $1,000 donation to the Department of Social Services’ program and Assistant Superintendent Donna Williamson, right, and Program Supervisor Tyrone Owens hand-delivered the gift cards last week.
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