The Aktion Club of Lake Norman, a group of committed special need adults, donated school supplies to J.V. Washam Elementary School. The group collected the supplies in a school drive during the past couple of months.
The Aktion Club of Lake Norman, a group of committed special need adults, donated school supplies to J.V. Washam Elementary School. The group collected the supplies in a school drive during the past couple of months. Steve McIllwain Arc of Mecklenburg County
The Aktion Club of Lake Norman, a group of committed special need adults, donated school supplies to J.V. Washam Elementary School. The group collected the supplies in a school drive during the past couple of months. Steve McIllwain Arc of Mecklenburg County

Aktion Club of Lake Norman donates school supplies

September 04, 2017 02:04 PM

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