Vaughn Nebbitt, children services coordinator; Jack Burch, Community Action Council executive director; and Theodore Ware, Russell School CSC manager, stood in front of a photo of a mural that was in the old school.
Vaughn Nebbitt, children services coordinator; Jack Burch, Community Action Council executive director; and Theodore Ware, Russell School CSC manager, stood in front of a photo of a mural that was in the old school.
Vaughn Nebbitt, children services coordinator; Jack Burch, Community Action Council executive director; and Theodore Ware, Russell School CSC manager, stood in front of a photo of a mural that was in the old school.

Burch to retire from Community Action Council after 33 years

November 27, 2012 05:30 PM

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