BBC donates to CM vets memorial


After hearing about the Clinton-Massie Schools’ plan to build a veterans memorial on their campus, Bible Baptist Church of Wilmington presented a check for $2,500 to the school on behalf of the church’s many veterans. Pictured from left are Senior Pastor Kelly McInerney, Colonel Tim Edem (USAF-Ret.), Veteran Service Commission Officer Mike Mider, and Clinton-Massie High School Principal Barrett Swope, accepting the donation on behalf of the school. For more information on the memorial, contact Clinton-Massie Local Schools.


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After hearing about the Clinton-Massie Schools’ plan to build a veterans memorial on their campus, Bible Baptist Church of Wilmington presented a check for $2,500 to the school on behalf of the church’s many veterans. Pictured from left are Senior Pastor Kelly McInerney, Colonel Tim Edem (USAF-Ret.), Veteran Service Commission Officer Mike Mider, and Clinton-Massie High School Principal Barrett Swope, accepting the donation on behalf of the school. For more information on the memorial, contact Clinton-Massie Local Schools.

After hearing about the Clinton-Massie Schools’ plan to build a veterans memorial on their campus, Bible Baptist Church of Wilmington presented a check for $2,500 to the school on behalf of the church’s many veterans. Pictured from left are Senior Pastor Kelly McInerney, Colonel Tim Edem (USAF-Ret.), Veteran Service Commission Officer Mike Mider, and Clinton-Massie High School Principal Barrett Swope, accepting the donation on behalf of the school. For more information on the memorial, contact Clinton-Massie Local Schools.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/11/web1_1120161149h000.jpgAfter hearing about the Clinton-Massie Schools’ plan to build a veterans memorial on their campus, Bible Baptist Church of Wilmington presented a check for $2,500 to the school on behalf of the church’s many veterans. Pictured from left are Senior Pastor Kelly McInerney, Colonel Tim Edem (USAF-Ret.), Veteran Service Commission Officer Mike Mider, and Clinton-Massie High School Principal Barrett Swope, accepting the donation on behalf of the school. For more information on the memorial, contact Clinton-Massie Local Schools. Courtesy photo