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pathways to success JOHNSTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2010-2011 PRESIDENT’S REPORT attaining success in the classroom, in the community, and in the workplace

JCC adopted a new mission, institutional goals, and strategic areas of emphasis in 2011. M I S S I O N S T A T E M E N T: Johnston Community College provides accessible, high-quality educational and community enrichment opportunities for the successful development of learners. OUR INSTITUTIONAL GOALS: • Support student achievement of academic goals, enhanced employment opportunities, or transfer to four-year colleges. • Collaborate with appropriate agencies and groups to meet workforce and community needs. • Ensure high quality and continuous improvement in all programs and services. • Provide specialized training to ensure future institutional leadership. • Promote and recognize the diversity and achievements of faculty, staff, and the student body. • Provide and support personal and cultural enrichment, outreach, and community based programs, activities, and events that reflect the diversity within the community. • Create, maintain, and enhance a safe environment conducive to learning. • Ensure the efficient, appropriate, and effective use of all available resources. • Secure alternative sources of funding. • Engage in strategic planning, ongoing quality improvement, and responsiveness to community needs.

O U R S T R AT E G I C A R E A S O F E M P H A S I S : • Engagement of students, employees, and the community in a college environment that nurtures personal growth, diversity, and academic success. • Enhancement of safety, security, and compliance at all college locations. REAFFIRMATION BEGINS In 2011, JCC began preparing for its 2013 reaffirmation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The year was spent researching and writing two key documents, the Compliance Certification, or self evaluation, and the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). A QEP is a carefully designed course of action that addresses a well-defined and focused topic or issue related to enhancing student learning. JCC selected written communication as the focus of its plan. The title is “On the Write Path.” In addition to the creation of the two documents, the reaffirmation process also includes dialogue and review of the self study by peers in higher education. An on-site visit by SACS reviewers is planned for October 2012.

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suc c ess F ROM TH E PR ESI D ENT As I reflect on the many accomplishments of the past year at Johnston Community College, success is the first word that comes to mind. Throughout 2010-11, JCC witnessed great success in the classroom, in the workplace, and in our community. In this President’s Report, you will see many examples of how our institution created success through numerous opportunities for individuals in the Johnston County community. Our exceptional instructional programs and dedicated faculty and staff provided clear, seamless pathways to help our students achieve excellence. In 2011, the JCC campus grew with the construction of our magnificent Learning Resource Center. This year also marked the beginning of the process to continue our accreditation.

I am proud of the dedication and hard work of our students, faculty, and staff as we continue to serve more than 17,000 students each year. Also, I am extremely grateful for the leadership and vision of our Board of Trustees and for the support of our many friends and our College Foundation Board of Directors. Their generous gifts enable us to provide the best possible educational opportunities for our students. Last year was a successful year for JCC. I know, with all of us working together, JCC is poised to achieve even greater success in the coming years. JCC is truly a special community college with a bright future ahead.

David N. Johnson, Ed.D President

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On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many good people of Johnston Community College.

Lyn T. Austin, Chair Robert W. Bryant, Jr., Vice Chair

JCC continues to attract exceptional students seeking college degrees and training that will lead them to pathways of success in the future.

April Culver Hank Daniels Dr. Phyllis Ethridge (term ended 2011) Ann Game John G. Hatch Allen Mims, Jr. James Narron Douglas V. Oglesby Haywood A. Watson Eldridge T. Westbrook Durwood Woodall

JCC trains future nurses, law enforcement officers, welders, and artists just to name a few. Others start their college education at JCC and transfer to four-year colleges to earn advanced degrees. I am amazed at the number of individuals I meet working in public and private sector jobs in our community who graduated right here from JCC. As a member of this board for 16 years, I have a true passion for the work of community colleges. Their openness to all individuals regardless of situation or circumstance makes them unique. The success stories of hope and opportunity I hear from JCC students are truly inspiring and solidify the value of our mission. JCC is filled with fine students, fine faculty, and fine staff. To that end, the members of the Board of Trustees are proud to be a part of an organization that puts students and service first.

Lyn T. Austin Chair

Joe Lorenzo, SGA president and student trustee (2010) Charlotte Whitley, SGA president and student trustee (2011)

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college profile: • • • • •

JCC serves some 17,000 students each year. JCC employs approximately 300 full-time faculty and staff. JCC offers 45 curriculum programs of study. 100% of our radiography students passed their certification exam. 98% of program completers and non-completers are satisfied with the quality of JCC’s programs and services. • 94% of our basic law enforcement students passed their certification exam. • 94% of our business and industry clients are satisfied with our customized training. • 86% of our college transfer students have a GPA of 2.0 or  higher after two semesters at a UNC-system college or university.

student profile: Average age: 29 Female: 63% Male: 37%

class profile: Classroom average: 21.5 students Online average: 18 students Student to faculty ratio: 17.5:1

fiscal year JU LY 1, 2010- JU N E 30, 2011 REVEN U ES : State $18,789,467 State Capital $2,332,817 Tuition $3,010,996 Financial Aid $8,507,656 County $3,926,502 County Capital $4,006,276 Other $2,338,111 TOTAL $42,911,825 EXPEN S ES : Instruction $15,717,890 Academic Support $2,262,088 Student Services $8,610,294 Institutional Support $4,680,277 Plant Operations $4,309,402 Other $1,418,316 TOTAL $36,998,267

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graduation CLASS OF 2011 JCC awarded 464 degrees and diplomas at its commencement ceremonies in May. Connie Grady, director of education at Johnston Health, delivered the commencement address to health sciences graduates. Toney Bond, vice president of student services at James Sprunt Community College, gave the general commencement speech. 174 students earned their GED and 23 students received their Adult High School diplomas from JCC.

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Rusty Mitchiner just can’t get enough of college.

Each year, JCC selects 15 up-and-coming student leaders to serve as its prestigious student ambassadors. The students receive paid tuition for the year through the College Foundation. In return, they are involved in a number of special events and activities on campus. The program also teaches the students the importance of community service. In 2010-11, the Student Ambassadors volunteered at the Smithfield Rescue Mission and sponsored a fundraiser to raise awareness about the organization.

Last spring, Mitchiner juggled a 30hour academic schedule at Johnston Community College filled with Spanish interpreting and heating and air conditioning technology in addition to his prerequisites for nursing. On top of the academics, he’s also a student ambassador, a member of the Rotaract service club, and the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. In April, he was named the College’s Academic Excellence Award recipient. “I just like to learn, and I’ve always felt that knowledge is power,” said Mitchiner, a Garner resident. “People can take your money and your freedom, but they can never take the knowledge that’s in your head.” Mitchiner said he is extremely grateful for his student ambassador scholarship and the relationships he has built with college supporters through the College Foundation. “You get to interact with donors who place an important value on education,

2010-11 STUDENT AMBASSADORS Rusty Mitchiner of Garner is JCC’s Academic Excellence Award winner for 2011. and it’s a very good feeling to know that you are a part of something so special,” he said. Mitchiner credits his service as a young adult in the U.S. Navy for instilling in him a strong discipline for success. He attributes his opportunity to study a diverse academic schedule to the openness of community colleges. “I think the community college system as a whole is a great thing,” said Mitchiner, who graduated in May with two associate degrees. “I have been so impressed with Johnston Community College.”

Allison Johnson of Garner Anna Dudley of Benson Olivia Moore of Benson Morgan Johnson of Clayton Crystal Chrisp of Smithfield

Amanda Parrish of Four Oaks Pamela Register of Clayton Rusty Mitchiner of Garner Rachael Hughes of Pine Level Cindy Avila Garcia of Smithfield

Rebekah Brittain of Four Oaks Taylor Barbour of Benson Brittany Turner of Zebulon Tyler Benson of Four Oaks Johnathan Parker of Four Oaks

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fa c u lt y an d st a f f JESS ICA R IEGER I S COLLEGE’S OU T STA N DI N G I N ST R U C TO R Jessica Rieger thrives on student success. So it’s no surprise that her passion for helping others achieve is just one of the reasons she was named the 2011 recipient of the Earl C. and Doris F. Helms Excellence in Teaching Endowment at Johnston Community College.

new community Spanish interpreter program. This fall, Rieger tackled a new leadership opportunity as the director of basic skills programs at JCC.

“I am very humbled and surprised to receive this award,” Rieger adds. “There are so many other deserving candidates here at the College, “The students come from such diverse backgrounds and you learn so much from them and I am proud to be a part of such an amazing faculty.” every day,” Rieger says. Rieger came to JCC in 2006 as a part-time instructor of basic education and GED classes. A year later, she became the lead instructor of the

Dee Dee Daughtry, vice president of instruction, said Rieger is an exceptional instructor who sets the example of excellence in teaching.

“Jessica has very high standards of her students and she truly cares about their success,” Daughtry says. “We are very proud of Jessica’s achievements and she is most deserving of this outstanding teaching award.” Rieger has earned bachelor’s degrees in Spanish and international business and a master’s degree in adult education. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in adult education and training. She lives in Smithfield with her husband and their three children.

BARBAR A B AKER I S COLLEGE’S E XC E P T I O N A L STA FFE R Barbara Baker isn’t your typical housekeeper.

above and beyond what she’s asked to do.”

When it comes to her job of keeping buildings looking their best at Johnston Community College, immaculate is her standard practice.

Baker is the recipient of the 2011 Rudolph A. Howell Outstanding Staff Person Award. In her 23 years of service to the College, Baker says she’s loved every day on the job.

“I can’t say enough about how good Barbara is at her job and as a JCC employee,” said colleague Cindy Phillips. “Her quality of cleaning is outstanding, and she never complains. Barbara is so deserving of this outstanding staff award for all she has done

“I could have gone anywhere to work, but I chose to stay here at JCC because of the family atmosphere,” says Baker, 55. “We are all family here, and it’s a joy to work with such wonderful people.”

The College is also special to Baker because it’s where she earned her education. In 1976, she received her high school diploma from JCC when the College was located in Four Oaks. She has also earned her associate degree in general occupational technology and phlebotomy certificate from JCC. In her spare time, Baker likes to camp and spend time with her grandchildren, ages 8 and 5.

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JCC continued to make great strides in athletics in 2010-11.

The men’s golf team claimed its second Region X title in two years and competed in the NJCAA Division II championships in May.

The college now fields teams in four sports — men’s basketball, women’s volleyball, men’s golf, and women’s golf. The teams compete in Division II Region X of the National Junior College Athletic Association, which allows students to compete against other junior college teams in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.

The College hired Henry Dickerson as its new basketball coach and the Jaguars were competing very well at the end of 2011, posting an early season 8-2 record.

Below, left: Henry Dickerson is the new basketball coach. Below, center: JCC’s golf team is regional champions.

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grow t h JCC DEDICATES NEW LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER Johnston Community College celebrated its new Learning Resource Center with an official dedication and donor recognition ceremony on Nov. 3. Some 200 individuals representing the College and the community attended the event in the new 33,000-square-foot, two story building on the main campus. The College’s first environmentally constructed facility, the LRC includes a modern library and state-of-the-art distance education learning labs. The event celebrated the fruition of years of planning and support by College administration, community leaders, and private donors for a 21st century learning space for students. The facility was paid for with county bond monies approved by citizens in 2007 and opened for students and public use in August. The ceremony also included special recognition of the donors who named 11 spaces in the building through a naming project by the College Foundation. The naming opportunities are being used to create endowments that will support a new fund used to develop and expand instructional opportunities and meet emergent institutional needs at JCC.

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enrichment 2010-11 PERFORMING ARTS SUPPORTERS Presenting Sponsor Zaxby’s of Smithfield and Clayton

S P OT L I G H T O N C U LT U R A L E V E N T S In 2010-11, JCC continued its long tradition of offering cultural enrichment to the community through its performing arts at the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium, its Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center, and its unique teaching Arboretum.

Corporate Sponsors Becky’s Log Cabin Restaurant and Motel Donnie & Linda Lassiter Sleep Inn and Super 8 Motel Sponsors Austin’s Tax Center Phyliss Braswell Casey’s Floral & Catering Service Casey Funeral Home First Citizens Bank KS Bank, Inc. Parrish Cleaning Service Triangle Insurance Group White Swan Barbeque, Inc. Country Music Showcase Sponsors Farm Bureau, Keith Brinson Harry’s Guitar Shop White Swan Barbeque, Inc.

Performing Arts Above: The popular Tams performed in the Paul A. Johnston Auditorium in February 2011.

Howell Woodstock Some 1,000 patrons of all ages visited the College’s unique 2,800acre Howell Woods Environmental Learning Center, for the annual Howell Woodstock celebration in November.

Arboretum In 2011, Arboretum volunteers logged more than 1,000 hours tending the gardens and donated more than 2,000 pounds of food to Plant A Row for the Hungry project.

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COLLEGE CELEBRATES FRUIT Johnston Community College celebrated fruit on Tuesday, Nov. 8 during a Planting Day ceremony for its new orchard. JCC was chosen to receive a fruit orchard from The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation and Edy’s Fruit Bars after finishing in the top 20 of an online voting competition as part of the Communities Take Root project. The orchard includes 30 varieties of apple trees as well as 13 educational specimens of trees bearing fruits like persimmon, paw paw, and jujube. Arboretum staff and volunteers will nurture and care for the trees, which will enhance the College’s support of growing and donating fresh food for Plant a Row for the Hungry. “We are truly humbled by the support we have received for this project — from volunteers to students, faculty, staff and administration — not just at JCC — but friends around the world,” said Lin Frye, Arboretum director. Planting Day was a special day for the College and the community but especially for the hard working volunteers who care so much about the food produced at the Arboretum. “This place has just become a major part of my life,” said Arlene Bachman as she shoveled mulch around one of the fruit trees. “We’re learning, we’re sharing, and we’re giving. It’s just such a good feeling when you are here.” Above: Lin Frye, Arboretum director, and Rico Montenegro, a chief certified arborist with the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation.

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partners TA L E C R I S B I OT H E R A P E U T I C S N A M E D J C C ’ S TO P B U S I N E S S PA R T N E R Talecris Biotherapeutics is the 2010 recipient of the Johnston Community College Business and Industry Partner of the Year.

customized training programs at the College. Since 2008, Talecris Biotherapeutics has contributed or pledged more than $150,000 in monetary support for facilities, business The award was presented Feb. 10 at the Breakfast before and industry programming, and student scholarships at JCC. Business event, which was hosted by the Johnston Community The company has also donated nearly $40,000 in equipment College Foundation, the Johnston County Association of and supplies for training opportunities at the Johnston County Chambers of Commerce, and the JCC Economic and Workforce Workforce Development Center in Clayton. Development department. The event was sponsored by BB&T, JCC administrators present Talecris First Citizens Bank, Four Oaks Bank, and KS Bank. representatives with the 2010 Business and Industry Partner Award. Talecris Biotherapeutics received the award based on the company’s philanthropy to education and its support of

JCC THANKS LEGISLATORS AND ASKS FOR CONTINUED SUPPORT Johnston Community College held its annual Legislative Breakfast Monday, Jan. 24 on the main campus in Smithfield. Federal, state, and county leaders, community college representatives, JCC students, and faculty and staff attended the event, including representatives for Congresswoman Renee Ellmers, U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, and U.S. Senator Kay Hagan. N.C. Sen. David Rouzer, N.C. Rep. Leo Daughtry, and N.C. Rep. James Langdon and several county commissioners were also present.

Over the past four years, JCC has grown by some 4,000 students — or 29 percent. College leaders thanked legislators for their support, but also stressed the need to fully fund $34 million in enrollment growth monies for the state’s 58 community colleges, of which JCC is the 15th largest. JCC trustee Durwood Woodall, left, and Sen. David Rouzer, right, talk to student Dawn Stancil about her community college experience.

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MESSAGE FR OM THE FOUNDATI O N P R E SI DE N T On behalf of the JCC Foundation Board of Directors, Dr. David Johnson, and the College trustees, I extend sincere gratitude for your generous support. In the 2010-2011 fiscal year, the College Foundation’s assets grew from $4,472,566 in 2010 to $5,133,715 as of June 30, 2011 — an increase of 13%. For the same time period, more than $540,000 was contributed by individuals, corporations, and foundations. All of these gifts directly support the College, its mission, and the important work of our faculty and staff who provide outstanding educational and workforce development opportunities to individuals in our county and region. Notable highlights of the 2010-2011 fiscal year were the College Foundation’s annual fall Donor Appreciation and Scholarship Recipient event, the nearly $60,000 raised during the 16th annual Neal Lancaster – Four Oaks Bank Charity Classic, a successful Dollars for Scholars event, and the official dedication and donor recognition of the Frank Creech Art Gallery. The College Foundation also transformed its mini-grants program to the Innovation Grants Program, a competitive grants award program for faculty and staff. And speaking of innovation, the College Foundation developed a new

President’s Innovation Fund, a fund established to assist the trustees and College president in meeting emergent and pressing needs of our institution and student body. To date, 11 corporations and individuals have named spaces in the newly constructed Learning Resource Center to initiate support for this fund. Please know that none of this would be possible without the dedication and faithful support of our alumni and friends. Your support serves a critical role in enhancing our college and community and the lives of thousands of individuals.

Earl W. Worley, Jr. President, Board of Directors Johnston Community College Foundation, Inc.

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2 0 1 0- 2011 BOARD OF D I R ECTOR S Earl Worley, President Denton Lee, Immediate Past President Michael Cross, Treasurer Rosa Andrews Elizabeth Baker Robert W. Barber Pearl Blackmon Steve Bryant Nicky Cox Kevin Dougherty Dr. James Ellerbe Dr. Phyllis Etheridge, JCC Trustee Dr. Pamela Harrell Charles Hinnant Nell Howell Leslie Isenhour Holston Dr. Eric Janis Patricia Jones Linda Lassiter Brian Light Dr. Griffin David Lockett Joe Lowry Melanie Marlow Georgianna McLean Jody McLeod George Moore Scott Parrish Jeff Pope Michael Foy Smith Donna Steele Jenny Stewart Sharon Thompson Haywood Watson, JCC Trustee

Emeritus Members Wallace Ashley Shelton Benson Julia Elsee John Hobart Ross Lampe Maggie Moore W. E. Parham Elizabeth Sawrey The Late John Shallcross, Sr. Mokie Stancil Dr. John Tart Ernie Ward Mary Windley Honorary Members Congressman Bob Etheridge Earl Helms Frank Holding Carl Lamm

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Foundation Highlights SE P T E M B E R 2 0 1 0 (Right, bottom photo) The Foundation honored its donors and scholarship recipients at a Donor Appreciation and Scholarship Recipient luncheon. O C TO B E R 2 0 1 0 (Right, top photo) Thirty-six teams participated in the 16th annual Neal Lancaster-Four Oaks Bank Charity Classic Oct. 8 at the Country Club of Johnston County. The event raised nearly $60,000 for the College. DE C E M B E R 2 0 1 0 (Left) The Frank Creech Art Gallery debuted in the Arts Building. The gallery is a collaborative project between the College Foundation, the Johnston County Arts Council, and the College’s art faculty. A P R I L 2 0 1 1 (Right, third photo) The College Foundation awarded $6,000 in Innovation Grants to four projects initiated by faculty and staff supporting the establishment of a recording and production studio; a global villages project; a computer skills tutoring project, and a sustainable living and gardening program. M AY 2 0 1 1 (Right, second photo) The Foundation held its annual fundraiser that supports student scholarships, emergency book funds, and academic support services May 12 at the home of Leo and Helen Daughtry. The event raised the most ever —some $23,000 — for scholarship, educational, and outreach opportunities.

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Statements of Financial Position

JUNE 30, 2011 AND 2010

Assets: Cash and cash equivalents Restricted cash and cash equivalents Marketable securities Pledges receivable Land and building held for investment purpose Total assets

2011 $660,226 $1,930,948 $1,658,227 $105,524 $778,790 $5,133,715

2010 $349,045 $1,862,499 $1,452,982 $29,250 $778,790 $4,472,566

Liabilities and Net Assets: Accounts payable Total liabilities

2011 $5,900 $5,900

2010 $122 $122

Net Assets: Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total net assets and liabilities

2011 $99,261 $1,364,137 $3,664,417 $5,127,815 $5,133,715

2010 $67,977 $1,086,486 $3,317,981 $4,472,444 $4,472,566

Statements of Activities

TOTA L A S S E T S July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2011 Permanently Restricted $3,664,417 Temporarily Restricted $1,364,137 Unrestricted $105,161 Total

$5,133,715 TOTAL R EVEN U ES Permanently Restricted $346,436 Temporarily Restricted $277,651 Unrestricted $269,739

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2011 AND 2010

Revenues and gains: Contributions Golf tournament Special events Investment income Interest and dividends Total revenues and gains

2011 $449,934 $59,907 $31,481 $288,716 $63,788 $893,826

2010 $386,925 $58,315 $26,975 $105,630 $78,168 $656,013

Expenses: Program services Management and general Fundraising Total expenses Changes in net assets

2011 $167,629 $32,048 $38,778 $238,455 $655,371

2010 $384,918 $13,821 $42,482 $441,221 $214,792

Net assets: Beginning of year End of year

2011 $4,472,444 $5,127,815

2010 $4,257,652 $4,472,444


$893,826 PR OGR AM SER VICES Special Purpose $103,600 Scholarships $28,129 Institutional Support $30,000 Innovation Grants $5,900 Total


funding futures Founda tion Named Funds N A ME D A NNUA L SCHO L AR SH I P FU N D S Ann and Richard Huckenbeck Annual Scholarship Anonymous Scholarship Athletics Scholarship Athletics Volleyball Scholarship Barbara Anders Hoffman Annual Scholarship Byrd Surveying Nursing Program Scholarship Carl and Marjorie Lamm Annual Scholarship Carolina Copier Service Scholarship Carrier Scholarship Chamber Women’s Business Network (CWBN) Scholarship Charles and Bernard Tighe Annual Scholarship Christopher Sullivan Memorial Scholarship Cici’s Pizza Scholarship Continuing Education Scholarship Cost Cutters Family Hair Salon Cosmetology Annual Scholarship Daniel and Linda Heckman Memorial Scholarship David H. Womack Memorial Scholarship Dixie Dames, Red Hat Society Annual Scholarship Doris Hughes Education Scholarship (Elizabeth Sawrey) Landscape Management/Horticulture Annual Scholarship EPES Transport Annual Scholarship Dr. Eric and Kendyl Janis Annual Scholarship Four Oaks Bank Annual Scholarship Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce Annual Scholarship Freddie Price Memorial Scholarship Grifols (formerly Talecris) Annual Scholarship Jack Stowers Annual Scholarship Janet Lucas Memorial Scholarship Johnston Community College Black History Committee Annual Scholarship Johnston Community College Retirees Association Annual Scholarship Johnston County Farm Bureau FFA Scholarship

Johnston County Special Education Scholarship Johnston County Vietnam Veterans of American, Chapter 990 Annual Scholarship Johnston Medical & Surgical Supply Company Annual Scholarship Larry and Louise Stancil Family Annual Scholarship Lawrence L. Rouse Annual Scholarship Mary Frances Bingham Annual Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Almond R. Warrick, Jr. Annual Scholarship North Carolina Association of Textile Services, Inc. and United Textile Distribution Annual Scholarship Outback Steakhouse Scholarship Performing Arts Annual Scholarship Princeton Police Department BLET Scholarship Rick Horton Academic Performance Annual Scholarship Rotary Club of Central Johnston County Scholars Scholarships Sawrey Family Annual Scholarship for Self-Supporting Students ShaTarsha N. Williams Memorial Scholarship Smithfield Kiwanis Annual Scholarship Smithfield Manor Nursing Program Scholarship T. Clifford Massengill Scholarship The Carl and Marjorie Lamm Annual Scholarship (The Rotary Club of Smithfield) Taylor Express Annual Scholarship The Clayton Area Chamber of Commerce (Monica Carey) Tina Irvine Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Annual Scholarship Waste Industries USA, Inc. Scholarship Wayne and Sharon Thompson Therapeutic Massage Annual Honors Scholarship Whitley Early Childhood Scholarship Dr. William Duck Memorial Annual Scholarship Wood Termite and Pest Control Scholarship

ESTABLISHED ENDOWMENT COMMITMENT FUNDS Barbara Anders Hoffman Endowment Caroline Connet Memorial Endowment Donald L. Reichard Institute for Strategic Excellence Endowment Frank Creech Scholarship Endowment Hilda Rogers Bailey Music Endowment Holding Unnamed Endowment James Odell and Christine West Jackson Family Endowment Jesse Carlton Moore Endowment Kevin H. Johnson and Julie J. Hopkins Endowment Larry Stancil Family Endowment Mr. and Mrs. Almond R. Warrick, Jr. Endowment Pam Tripp “Women in Management” Endowment T. Clifford Massengill Endowment William B. Wellons, Sr. Endowment M E M O R IA L F U N D S Caroline Casey Wells Memorial Fund Deacon Jones Memorial Fund Mark A. Morris Memorial Fund Dr. Von E. Rhoades Memorial “In Memory of Dr. and Mrs. Rhoades”

NA MI NG LE A RNI NG RE S OURCE S CE NTE R (NA MI NG OP P ORTUNI TI E S ) Anne Sanderson Ogburn Children’s Area Dr. Carolyn Grantham Ennis Group Study Room Donnie E. and Linda V. Lassiter North Carolina Archives and Local History E Street Jones, Jr. Business Center Grifols Lobby Novo Nordisk, Inc. Media and Group Workroom Wallace Ashley III Listening and Viewing Room NA ME D S P E CI A L P URP OS E E NDOWME NT F UNDS Cynthia DeFord Adams Literary Competition Endowment Earl C. and Doris F. Helms Excellence in Teaching Endowment Howell Woods Endowment John R. Windley Music Endowment Laurie O. Peters Arts Memorial Endowment Truck Driver Training Industry Excellence Endowment NA ME D TH I RD PA RTY A S S E T DI S TRI BUTI ON F UNDS (3 ) Johnston County Arts Council Endowment Distribution Purpose: Scholarship (North Carolina Community College Foundation) Johnston Community College Foundation/ Don and Linda Lassiter Performing Arts Fund Distribution Purpose: Performing Arts (The North Carolina Foundation for Christian Ministries) Johnston Community College Foundation/ R. P. Holding Foundation Distribution Purpose: Learning Resources Center (North Carolina Community College Foundation)

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NAMED SCH OLA RSH IP E N D O WM EN T FU N D S Dr. A. Curtis and Mary Lee Phillips Scholarship Endowment Allen and Cissie Wellons Hispanic Scholarship Endowment American Legion, Pou-Parrish Post 132 Scholarship Endowment Annie Batten Lee Scholarship Endowment Benson Lions Club Scholarship Endowment Branch Banking and Trust Company Endowment Burlington Industries Scholarship Endowment Burton W. Sugg and Rose Gordon Sugg Scholarship Endowment C. Thelbert and Loriene L. Lancaster Family Scholarship Endowment C. O. Heavner, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Carol B. Arnn Nursing Scholarship Endowment Carolyn Daughtry Beard Scholarship Endowment Charles Thomas Turlington and Charles Thomas “Chuck” Turlington, II Scholarship Endowment Clinton Jones Family Scholarship Endowment Country Music Showcase Scholarship Endowment David O. Proctor Scholarship Endowment Donnye B. Rooks Scholarship Endowment Doris Dunn Williams Scholarship Endowment E Street Jones, Jr. Scholarship Endowment E Street Jones, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Earl C. and Doris F. Helms Scholarship Endowment Edmund S. and Helen Wood Wellons Scholarship Endowment Edwin A. Dinnsen, Jr. Family Scholarship Endowment Elizabeth Clark Cooper Memorial Scholarship Endowment Elmer J. Wellons, Jr. Family Endowment Elva Fields Jones Scholarship Endowment Emma Jean Adams Sawyer Business & Technology Scholarship Endowment Ernest K. and Maude B. Ward Scholarship Endowment Evander S. and Ethel B. Simpson Scholarship Endowment First Citizens Bank & Trust Scholarship Endowment

Floyd C. Price, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Four Oaks Bank and Trust Company Scholarship Endowment Fred Earl Brink Scholarship Endowment Gay Dawson Nursing Scholarship Endowment GlaxoSmithKline Scholarship Endowment Guy C. Lee Scholarship Endowment Haywood P. Rose Memorial Scholarship Endowment Henry Paul Howell Scholarship Endowment Hunter A. Moore Scholarship Endowment J. Harold Lampe Scholarship Endowment J. Harold Talton Scholarship Endowment Jack and Cleo Austin Memorial Scholarship Endowment James A. Jr. and Janice F. Wellons Scholarship Endowment James and Ramona Cash Scholarship Endowment Jane Duncan Nursing Assistant Scholarship Endowment Jerry G. Williams Scholarship Endowment John D. and Frances F. Hobart Scholarship Endowment John L. and Marjorie S. Tart Scholarship Endowment John S. and Marie D. Shallcross Family Memorial Scholarship Endowment John Thomas and Caroline Casey Wells Scholarship Endowment Johnie and Jessie Talton Scholarship Endowment Johnston Community College Faculty and Staff Endowment Joyce and David Lee Scholarship Endowment Kay Carroll Education Scholarship Endowment Kenneth “Scotty” Medlin Memorial Scholarship Endowment Lance Oatley Stewart Nursing Scholarship Endowment Laurie Orr Peters Scholarship Endowment Lawrence Thomas and Maye Campbell Heavner Scholarship Endowment Leigh Krisan Millard Nursing Scholarship Endowment Loretta Woodard Scholarship Endowment Lorraine Cooper Scholarship Endowment

M. W. Stancil Family Scholarship Endowment Margaret Lassiter Medlin Scholarship Endowment Margaret McLemore Lee Scholarship Endowment Matt Elmore Endowment Max G. and Lynda D. Creech Scholarship Endowment Melba Watson Woodruff Scholarship Endowment Norma W. and A. Grover Godwin Scholarship Endowment Pearl L. and David H. Stephenson Family Scholarship Endowment Polymer Group, Inc. Scholarship Endowment Progress Energy Scholarship Endowment Ritchie T. and Louise H. Wall Scholarship Endowment Robert Bruce Askew Scholarship Endowment Robert P. Holding, Jr. Scholarship Endowment Robert P. Holding, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Ron McCain Scholarship Endowment Ron Nichols Truck Driver Training Scholarship Endowment Rotary Club of Central Johnston County Scholarship Endowment Rudolph A. Howell and Son Scholarship Endowment SG and Louise Flowers Scholarship Endowment S. H. Stallings, Sr. Scholarship Endowment Sally Wood Creech and William Ayden Creech Scholarship Endowment Scott Williams Memorial Scholarship Endowment Southland Car Club Scholarship Endowment Student Athletic Scholarship Endowment Tracey Elizabeth Jones Scholarship Endowment Valerie Reed Memorial Scholarship Endowment W. Carroll Stephenson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment Wade H. and Annie P. Stephenson Family Scholarship Endowment Walter B. and Julia S. Elsee Scholarship Endowment Dr. Wayne and Bernice Stockdale Scholarship Endowment Dr. William Anderson Finch and Vivian Creech Finch Scholarship Endowment William E. Parham Family Scholarship Endowment

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Foundation Contributors PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE ($100,000 plus) Grifols TRUSTEE’S CIRCLE PLATINUM ($50,000 - $99,000) GOLD ($25,000 - $49,999) Zaxby’s of Clayton & Smithfield SILVER ($10,000 - $24,599) Albritton Construction, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ashley, Jr. Julia S. Elsee Four Oaks Bank Deacon Jones Family Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Lassiter Novo Nordisk Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Orr Rotary Club of Central Johnston County The Late Elmer J. Wellons, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young PARTNER ($5,000 - $9,999) Carolyn Grantham Ennis J McClure Designs “Escaping in Art” McMillan, Pate & Company, L.L.P. North Carolina Community Foundation, Inc. ASSOCIATE ($1,000 - $4,999) Ann Adams Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. David Arnn Aseptic Training Institute, LLC Mary Frances Bingham The Bradley Corporation Branch Banking and Trust Carroll Pharmacy, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Carroll Casey’s Floral & Catering Service Adam Clifton Casey Clayton Area EMS Mr. and Mrs. Jockey Creasy

JULY 1, 2010 – JUNE 30, 2011

Lynda Creech The Honorable and Mrs. Leo Daughtry Mr. and Mrs. Phil Davis Deacon Jones Autopark Edward Jones Ella Ann L. & Frank B. Holding Foundation Dr. and Mrs. James Ellerbe Allison S. Elsee Farm Bureau, Keith Brinson Vivian C. Finch First Citizens Bank Four Oaks Chamber of Commerce Institutional Interiors, Inc. JCC Student Therapeutic Massage Association Dr. and Mrs. David N. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. E Street “Skip” Jones, III Mr. and Mrs. John Alan Jones KS Bank Mr. and Mrs. Ayden R. Lee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Denton F. Lee, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Griffin D. Lockett Martin & Jones, PLLC Jeanette Massengill Johnston County Farm Bureau Harold Medlin Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Mims, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Moore N.C. Trucking Association Old Dominion Freight Line, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Parrish Pattie B. Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rooks Smithfield Kiwanis Club Smithfield Rotary Club, Inc. Southland Car Club, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Steele Pamela Tripp Unifi, Inc. Waste Industries USA, Inc. WHV – Wake Heart and Vascular Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wellons, Jr. Twyla Casey Wells Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Worley, Jr.

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AFFILIATE ($500 - $999) Ace Fabrication, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Andrews Annie V’s Florist Keith Beamon Dr. and Mrs. John M. Booker Byrd Surveying, P. A. Carolina Copier Service Mr. and Mrs. James W. Cash Everett Coates Cost Cutters Family Hair Salon Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Cullman Mr. and Mrs. Chad Culver Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Dougherty Pam Earp Jane E. Evans Ferrellgas Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hagwood Hands-On Labs, Inc. Thelma Harris Harry’s Guitar Shop Katherine Hedges Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hobart Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huckenbeck Tarsha N. Johnson Johnston Medical & Surgical Supply Co. JR’s Paint & Body Shop, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jump Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Lamm Lampe & Malphrus Lumber Co. Casey Lee MBAJ Architecture McCall’s Bar-B-Que & Seafood Restaurant Mental Health Association in Johnston County, Inc. New Innovative Products, Inc. Dr. James Oldham Parrish, Pulleyn & Young Wealth Management, Inc. Pierce Group Benefits, LLC Dorothy Pounds Riverwood Golf & Athletic Club S.T. Wooten Corporation Serve the Need in Johnston County, Inc. Dennis G. Smith Smithfield Manor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Stewart Jon D. Strickland Sun Auto Wash Mr. and Mrs. Tony Swann Swift Creek Nursery, Inc. The Neuse Termite & Pest Control, Inc.

Tom Tighe Yates Tilson Triangle Insurance Group, Inc. Trust Account of Jane O. Rossum and Pamela A. Mooney Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 990 Vortex Construction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Allen H. Wellons Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Wilkins Virginia M. Williams Wood Termite & Pest Control, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Woodruff PATRON ($250 - $499) Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Allen ASG Security Mr. and Mrs. Brian Baker Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barber Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Y. Beam Mr. and Mrs. John Branch Bullock Brothers Equipment Co. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cox The Honorable and Mrs. Will Crocker Currin’s Nursery Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Daughtry Dixie Dames Red Hat Society Diana Douglas Brent Downing Carol Durham Lin Frye Ann and Willie Game GlaxoSmithKline Cathy H. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. David Gooding Dr. Pam Harrell Dewana J. Hartley Mr. and Mrs. Mark High Nell Howell Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Koffer Koonce, Wooten & Haywood Mr. and Mrs. Ross W. Lampe Barbara B. Langston Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lawrence, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lippitt Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Marraccini The Honorable and Mrs. Jody McLeod Della McMillian

Medlin Office Supply Heather Murphy Dale O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Dale Parker Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Parker Allan D. Pedersen Pender Nursery, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff D. Pope Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Precythe Cathy P. Procton Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rieger Mr. and Mrs. A. Hoyt Rowell, III Mr. and Mrs. John Scovil Barry J. Simmons Skinner Insurance & Realty Co., Inc. Sleep Inn & Suites Linda D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Spence, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Stallings Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Stephenson Stevens Sausage Company Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stowers Mr. and Mrs. David Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Temple Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tharrington Mr. and Mrs. Gerald K. Thompson Jerry W. Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Brian Warren Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Westbrook Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams Youngblood Construction CONTRIBUTOR ($100 - $249) Advanced Medical Supplies of Johnston County Alarm Team, Inc. Ms. Donna Allen Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Alsobrooks Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Atkeson Cassandra Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Steve Auman Mr. and Mrs. Jack Austin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Austin Mr. and Mrs. William J. Austin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Baggett Donna Bailey-Taylor David M. Barber Debbie Batten Bayer CropScience

Loreta Beasley Pamela Berry Mr. and Mrs. Jay Biesenthal Sheriff Steve Bizzell Teeny Bizzell Scott Blackmon Blackstone Consulting & Training Bob Etheridge for Congress Committee Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Bolick Dan Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Brant Mr. and Mrs. Tony Braswell Jonathan Breeden Skip Browder Rose Brown The Honorable and Mrs. Robert W. Bryant, Jr. Shirley Byrd Joy T. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Steve Canady Carolina Building Systems of Johnston County, Inc. Carolina Mudcats Mr. and Mrs. Mike W. Carroll Jeff and Boo Carver Casey Funeral Home, Inc. Melva Casey Paul E. Castelloe Ricky G. Cates Century 21 Weaver & Associates Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chappell Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ciampa The Honorable and Mrs. Andy Corbett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fenner Corbett Councill Company Kenneth R. Creech The Honorable and Mrs. William A. Creech Mr. and Mrs. John Crook Dr. and Mrs. Ed Croom Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cross Mr. and Mrs. Ned Cunningham Danny’s Automotive Car Care, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis Mr. and Mrs. Neal Davis Selma W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Deshong, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dickens Janet Dinnsen Dawn Dixon The Honorable and Mrs. Yates Dobson Doug Sutton & Associates, Inc.

Patsy Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Claud L. Dunn Debbie Dunn E.E. Smith High School Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Early Ray Earp Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. Eason Edwards IGA Foodliner Joan M. Edwards Eva Efird Dorothy M. Ellmore Shane R. English Evans Jewelers Evans Tire & Automotive Center, Inc. Fairview Nursery Patricia C. Faulconer Jerry and Mary Nell Ferguson Floor Talk, LLC Thomas Flynt Four Seasons Florist Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frazier Chris Futch Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gay, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gemmell Beverly Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glasheen Mr. and Mrs. Tim Grady Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Green Mr. and Mrs. David L. Hall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Hamilton Amber Hamryszak Hancock & Moore Mr. and Mrs. Sam N. Hardy, Jr. Greg Hare General and Mrs. Steve Hargis Mr. and Mrs. Johnny L. Harmon Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harris Mr. and Mrs. Perry Harris Mr. and Mrs. John G. Hatch Neal Haworth Shelly Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Heritage, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hester, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. Hester Hewett & Wood, P.A. Donald Hicks Terri Hill Hines Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hines

Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Hinnant Tina S. Hobbs Hoffman Nursery Mr. and Mrs. Cris Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Andy Holland Holt Lake Barbecue & Seafood, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Carl D. Horkavy Mr. and Mrs. Forest Horne Howell Family Charitable Gift Fund for Chrystal G. Stefani Ed F. Hoy Mr. and Mrs. Joe Huddleston Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hudson Stephen Humphreys Insurance Concepts J & L Drilling, Inc. JCC Academic Skills Center JCC Student Ambassadors

Eugene D. Jackson Lee Jackson Dr. and Mrs. Eric M. Janis Shelia Jefferson Jimmy Barbour Surveying, PA Bill G. Johnson Johnson & Wales University Johnson Farms Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Johnson Keith Johnson Sabrina Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ellis L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kalsbeek Mr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Katz Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Keen Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knight Lakewood High School Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Lamar Mr. and Mrs. John G. Lampe Mr. and Mrs. Neal Lancaster The Honorable and Mrs. Frank Lanier Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Michael G. Lee Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis Nancy Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Tony Liverman Alexandre Lock The Honorable and Mrs. Tom Lock James E. Lothian Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lucas Magic Tunnel Car Wash, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Magno Carlton Mallory Manheim NC Cynthia W. Manley Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marett Ruth L. Marler Melanie Marlow Tonya P. Massengill George B. Mast Neil McCoy Mr. and Mrs. Joshua McCune Mr. and Mrs. Jessie McGill Jack E. McLamb, III Mavorine F. McLeod Stewart McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Mark McMillen Lu Long Medlin

Mr. and Mrs. Pressly M. Millen Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mizelle Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Monson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Billy R. Morris Brad C. Morris Brent B. Morris Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Mozingo Mutual Distributing Company Mr. and Mrs. James W. Narron Neuse Insurance Services Haywood Newkirk Ron Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ogburn Mr. and Mrs. Doug Oglesby Mr. and Mrs. Jack O’Hale Roger Olmstead Dr. and Mrs. Joe Overby Clifton Painter Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Parham Amanda D. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Parker Ken Parker Parker Gas Co., Inc. Rob Parker Mr. and Mrs. Terry Parker Mr. and Mrs. Scott Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Barry W. Partlo Doug Pate G. Timothy Pate Deborah A. Pattison Chris Pearce Brenda Peedin Peedin & Sasser CPAs, PLLC Alan Perry Sally Petty Martin L. Pfinsgraff Anna Pierce Pine Forest High School Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Pope Mr. and Mrs. Chap Ragland Donald B. Rains Dean Ramey Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ramos Reedy Creek Golf Club Dr. and Mrs. Donald Reichard Rendall & Associates Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. James M. Riley

Jane K. Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Roebuck Senator David C. Rouzer Susan W. Royster RPH Surgical, Inc. Donna C. Ryder Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. John Sanderson Mary F. Sanderson Sargo 583, Inc. Bob Satterfield Sidney E. Sauls Mr. and Mrs. David Sawrey Elizabeth Sawrey Bradley N. Schulz Sheri’s Hair Salon Skylines Cafe Smithfield Sign Design Elizabeth Smith Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Smith Mr. R.W and Dr. Peggy Smith Dale Snyder Sona BLW Precision Forge, Inc. Michael Spragins Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Starling Don W. Stephenson Joey Stephenson Steve Stephenson Jerry Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevens Chad Stewart Floyd W. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stewart Larry C. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Sutton Ann Swertfeger TDT Class #528 TDT Class #530 TDT Class #532 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Takoch James L. Talton Taylor’s Nursery Mr. and Mrs. Zach Taylor Mr. and Mrs. David Teem Rachel S. Tice Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Toler Sandra Trivett

Turbeville Investigations Mr. and Mrs. David Turlington Patty Underwood Leslie VanHoy Mr. and Mrs. Steve Velker Mr. and Mrs. Q.K. Wall Becky W. Wallace Helen Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ward Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wellons Wheels & Deals of Smithfield, Inc. Donna M. White Mr. and Mrs. John Whitehead Ernie Wilkinson Bradley A. Williams Craig Williams Tyrone Williams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williford Brack Wilson, III Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Winborne Mr. and Mrs. Steve Winborne John W. Wood, III Betty Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Durwood D. Woodall Dr. Leonard S. Woodall Carlyle Woodard Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Woodard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wooten Brian E. Worley Wytheville Community College Mr. and Mrs. Charlie B. Young SUPPORTER $1-99 Mrs. Brenda S. Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Billy Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Aranda Mr. and Mrs. Emery D. Ashley Mr. Joe Austin Ms. Allison L. Ayscue Ms. LaVee H. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Baird Mrs. Jessica Balazsi Ms. Lacey P. Barnes April and Jason Batten Mr. and Mrs. Randall Beasley, Sr. Phil and Carol Beaumont Mr. and Mrs. George Beinhart

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Ms. Erin Bell Ms. Heidi Berge Mr. and Mrs. Alton B. Bizzell Mr. and Mrs. David A. Blackmon Mr. and Mrs. Ben R. Blalock Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Blanton Mr. and Mrs. John M. Booker, III Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Boone Bowen Town & Country Furniture Ms. Rose C. Boyd Ms. Katherine Boyette Sherry L. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brickman Ms. Iris Brown Mrs. Barbara Bunch Ms. Helen Bunn Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bunn III Ms. Alice M. Cameron Campbell Family Nursery Carolina Waste and Recycling Inc. Ms. Tamara Carpenter Mr. Frank Casanova Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Cashwell Mr. Steve T. Catafygiotu Ms. Julia N. Catlette Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Catz Mr. and Mrs. Chris Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Andy Christensen Mrs. Marion L. Church Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clary Class of 1956 Wakelon High School Ms. Judy Coats Ms. Jean E. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R. Cox Ms. Eve Creech Mrs. Kay Creech Mrs. Billie Cretini Mr. and Mrs. Preston Davenport Mr. Charles Dawes Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dembicks Mr. Christopher J. DePretto Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Diegele Melinda A. Drda Ms. Sheerie Dublin-Robinson Eden’s Vegetarian Catering Services Ms. Doris Edwards Ms. Sybil M. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elliott Ms. Evelyn Ellis

Ms. Mary Ann Farrior Mr. Ken Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Randall Fields Dr. and Mrs. W. Ossie Fields Ms. Glenda P. Flemer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flynn Ms. Jan Frye Ms. Leah Garner Ms. Cherie Gift Ms. Christine Z. Gilbert Ms. Carolyn M. Gooden Ms. Wyona R. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. John (Winn) A. Graham Jr. Ms. Mary G. Grantham Grubb Management, Inc. Ms. Danielle Gruber Brenda and Chester Harris Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harris Ms. Miranda T. Harrison Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Hartman Ms. Dena Hatton Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Hawk Hayes Barton United Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hinman Mr. Harold Hinnant Ms. Janet Hitti Mr. James R. Hix III Mr. J. D. Hobart Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holding Ms. Trish Holland and Mr. Jeff Adams Mr. Randy Hopper Mr. and Mrs. David Hovis Ms. Wanda Howell Mr. Mike Hugo Ms. Dorothy J. Hulett Ms. Cindy C. Huntsberry Mrs. Tina B. Irvine Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Jackson Mr. Jim Jenkins Charles Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Rollins Johnson Johnston-Lee-Harnett Community Action, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Lyndon K. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Jordan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Joyner Ms. Patricia B. Kerbe Mr. and Mrs. Chris Key Mr. Herman B. Kight

Mr. Tracey King Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knott Kohler Enterprises Real Estate Ms. Shirley B. Koone Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kurth Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lampe Dr. Steven Landau Mr. and Mrs. Wingate Lassiter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lee Ms. Delia W. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee Ms. Linda Levy Ms. Annie L. Lewis Dr. Jane T. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Barry Long Frances M. Lunsford Ms. Mary V. Martin Ms. Vicky J. Martin Ms. Anna C. Massenburg Ms. Lisa C. Massengill Ms. Rebecca B. Mast Ms. Magalene McCullough Mrs. Susan McGee Mr. and Mrs. Brian McLamb Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McLamb Mr. and Ms. Barry McLendon Mr. Ricky McLeod and Ms. Laurie Burch Ms. Elizabeth S. McNamara Rev. James Melnyk Millard & Millard, Inc. Chinwe C. Mirikwe Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mitchell Jr. Ms. Eleanor P. Mitchiner Ms. Deborah A. Monce Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Moore Ms. Edwina Moran Dr. Dwight Morris Mr. and Mrs. Dazzell Mosley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Munden Mr. Jim Nappier Jr. Ms. Mary George Narron North Carolina of Educational Office Professionals Ms. Traci L. Nunn Ms. Sandra O’Berry Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. O’Connell Mr. Vic Ogburn

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Oliver Mr. David A. Owens Ms. Lindy Parker Ms. Jackie J. Parrish Mrs. Paula A. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Peedin Ms. Mary F. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. William A. Poore Dr. Curtis L. Prichard Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proctor Ms. Carolyn F. Ragsdale Ms. Betsy Ramos Mr. and Mrs. John Redhead Mr. and Mrs. James Reed Ms. Crystal Reeves Ms. Leslie Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ricks Ms. Carla Roberts Ms. Christine Roberts Ms. Rebecca Roberts Ms. Faye S. Robinson Holden E. Royall Ms. Rosalyn H. Ryals Mrs. Martha J. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Schappert Mr. and Mrs. John Schmitt Mr. Jon Shearin Sherdan Venture Group Mr. and Mrs. Brad Shinaman Mr. and Mrs. Conrad E. Sicotte Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons Ms. Margaret Simonetti Mr. Michael Sinclair Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Smith Ms. Jo’el L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Smith Mr. and Mrs. Larry Smith Mr. Peter Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith Mr. Greg Stallings Haley Stancil-Mitchell Starbase Mr. and Mrs. David O. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Brad Stewart Ms. Patricia Stumpf Mr. and Mrs. Chris Swinyer Ms. Amy Tart Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tate III Ms. Carla W. Taylor

TDT Class #523 TDT Class #533 Mr. Allen R. Tew The Turkeyman BBQ Ms. Frances W. Theodorakis Rachel K. Thomas Mr. Richard M. Thomas Jr. Ms. Jacenta M. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Toler Town of Smithfield Mr. and Mrs. Steve R. Upton Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Vance Ms. Mary Jo Vance Mr. and Mrs. Rodney K. Vick Mr. David Wade Ms. Martha Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Walker Ms. Monica W. Walker Colleen E. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Almond R. Warrick Jr. Mr. Averyll Washington Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Watson Mr. David Weil Mr. and Mrs. Scooter Wheeling Mrs. Tina Whichard Ms. Jeanne Whisnant Mr. and Mrs. Arnold White Mrs. Lois Whitley Sr. Ms. Betsy G. Whittington Mr. Hampton Whittington L.M. Wilkins Edith Wilkins Melvin L. Wilkins, Jr. Mr. Eric Williams Ms. Jane Williams Martin Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Don Williford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Womble Ms. Sue L. Wood Mr. and Mrs. W. David Wood, Jr. Ms. Genevieve M. Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Woodard Ruth W. Woodley Mr. Cecil Wooten

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