Logan Lineberger, center, delivers items for youths aging out of foster care to Catawba County Social Services foster care social work supervisors Jennifer Miller, left, and Tyran Lennon. He did this as his Eagle Scout Project.
Logan Lineberger, center, delivers items for youths aging out of foster care to Catawba County Social Services foster care social work supervisors Jennifer Miller, left, and Tyran Lennon. He did this as his Eagle Scout Project. Catawba County Social Services
Logan Lineberger, center, delivers items for youths aging out of foster care to Catawba County Social Services foster care social work supervisors Jennifer Miller, left, and Tyran Lennon. He did this as his Eagle Scout Project. Catawba County Social Services

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