Students from Southside High School volunteered at the Beaufort County Tricentennial Celebration on Sept. 22. Pictured (standing, from left) are Basheba Jordan, Danita Gibbs, Breone Carswell, Antonio Guion, Yasmen McDonald, Jasmin Eborn; (seated) Kendedra Williams, Mary Moore and Alexis Jenkins. Nick Stokes and Kathyrn Shepard are not pictured. The students helped by passing out soft drinks and information packets about Beaufort County, setting up tents and tables, unloading equipment and filling bags with birdseed. They also participated in the opening ceremony by carrying American flags in a procession.

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SHS volunteers at tricentennial

Published 8:24pm Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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