United Way of Richmond County doles out donations


Contributed photo The United Way of Richmond County’s 16 partnering agencies received their third quarterly check for 2017 on Friday at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hosptial-Rockingham. Pictured are: Dr. Amber Watkins, Exceptional Children Dept. (formerly Cordova School) - Richmond County Schools; Debbie Rohleder, Our Daily Bread; Amie Fraley, Habitat for Humanity of the N.C. Sandhills; Lee Anne Sago, Richmond County Literacy Council; Jatana McCormick, Pee Dee Pregnancy Resource Center; J. C. Watkins, Leak Street Alumni; Phil Harris, American Red Cross; Debbie Oliver, Back Pack Pals; Maj. Luis Viera, Salvation Army; Anna Thomas, Leak Street Alumni; Amanda McKenzie, New Horizon’s Life and Family Services; Nikki Wells, Samaritan Colony; Jamie Gerald, Girl Scouts; Jacqueline Welch, Richmond County Aging Services; Melissa Ewing, Boy Scouts; Alyson Hoffman, Richmond County 4-H Clubs; Justin Clark, Sandhills Children’s Center; Kim Morrison, Boy Scouts; and Scott Waters, Rockingham County Rescue Squad. ”Thank you all for all that you do for our community,” Executive Director Michelle Parrish said. For more information on the United Way of Richmond County and the programs that its partners provide to Richmond County or on how to participate in its campaign, contact Parrish at 910-997-2173.


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The United Way of Richmond County’s 16 partnering agencies received their third quarterly check for 2017 on Friday at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hosptial-Rockingham. Pictured are: Dr. Amber Watkins, Exceptional Children Dept. (formerly Cordova School) – Richmond County Schools; Debbie Rohleder, Our Daily Bread; Amie Fraley, Habitat for Humanity of the N.C. Sandhills; Lee Anne Sago, Richmond County Literacy Council; Jatana McCormick, Pee Dee Pregnancy Resource Center; J. C. Watkins, Leak Street Alumni; Phil Harris, American Red Cross; Debbie Oliver, Back Pack Pals; Maj. Luis Viera, Salvation Army; Anna Thomas, Leak Street Alumni; Amanda McKenzie, New Horizon’s Life and Family Services; Nikki Wells, Samaritan Colony; Jamie Gerald, Girl Scouts; Jacqueline Welch, Richmond County Aging Services; Melissa Ewing, Boy Scouts; Alyson Hoffman, Richmond County 4-H Clubs; Justin Clark, Sandhills Children’s Center; Kim Morrison, Boy Scouts; and Scott Waters, Rockingham County Rescue Squad.

”Thank you all for all that you do for our community,” Executive Director Michelle Parrish said.

For more information on the United Way of Richmond County and the programs that its partners provide to Richmond County or on how to participate in its campaign, contact Parrish at 910-997-2173.

Contributed photo The United Way of Richmond County’s 16 partnering agencies received their third quarterly check for 2017 on Friday at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hosptial-Rockingham. Pictured are: Dr. Amber Watkins, Exceptional Children Dept. (formerly Cordova School) – Richmond County Schools; Debbie Rohleder, Our Daily Bread; Amie Fraley, Habitat for Humanity of the N.C. Sandhills; Lee Anne Sago, Richmond County Literacy Council; Jatana McCormick, Pee Dee Pregnancy Resource Center; J. C. Watkins, Leak Street Alumni; Phil Harris, American Red Cross; Debbie Oliver, Back Pack Pals; Maj. Luis Viera, Salvation Army; Anna Thomas, Leak Street Alumni; Amanda McKenzie, New Horizon’s Life and Family Services; Nikki Wells, Samaritan Colony; Jamie Gerald, Girl Scouts; Jacqueline Welch, Richmond County Aging Services; Melissa Ewing, Boy Scouts; Alyson Hoffman, Richmond County 4-H Clubs; Justin Clark, Sandhills Children’s Center; Kim Morrison, Boy Scouts; and Scott Waters, Rockingham County Rescue Squad. ”Thank you all for all that you do for our community,” Executive Director Michelle Parrish said. For more information on the United Way of Richmond County and the programs that its partners provide to Richmond County or on how to participate in its campaign, contact Parrish at 910-997-2173.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_unitedwaypartners_sept17.jpgContributed photo The United Way of Richmond County’s 16 partnering agencies received their third quarterly check for 2017 on Friday at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hosptial-Rockingham. Pictured are: Dr. Amber Watkins, Exceptional Children Dept. (formerly Cordova School) – Richmond County Schools; Debbie Rohleder, Our Daily Bread; Amie Fraley, Habitat for Humanity of the N.C. Sandhills; Lee Anne Sago, Richmond County Literacy Council; Jatana McCormick, Pee Dee Pregnancy Resource Center; J. C. Watkins, Leak Street Alumni; Phil Harris, American Red Cross; Debbie Oliver, Back Pack Pals; Maj. Luis Viera, Salvation Army; Anna Thomas, Leak Street Alumni; Amanda McKenzie, New Horizon’s Life and Family Services; Nikki Wells, Samaritan Colony; Jamie Gerald, Girl Scouts; Jacqueline Welch, Richmond County Aging Services; Melissa Ewing, Boy Scouts; Alyson Hoffman, Richmond County 4-H Clubs; Justin Clark, Sandhills Children’s Center; Kim Morrison, Boy Scouts; and Scott Waters, Rockingham County Rescue Squad. ”Thank you all for all that you do for our community,” Executive Director Michelle Parrish said. For more information on the United Way of Richmond County and the programs that its partners provide to Richmond County or on how to participate in its campaign, contact Parrish at 910-997-2173.
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