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Lester Bray honored by DAR

Community Service Award Chairman, Lynn Amos, presented the Fayette-Starr's Mill DAR Community Service Award to a very special gentleman, Lester Bray, at the January meeting. Bray was honored for his years of service in the community.  He was recognized for the Plant a Row Project, in which he grows large quantities of food and donates it to the needy in the area. Bray graciously received the certificate and a pin for excellence in community service.  His daughter, Susan Green, accompanied him to the meeting. Pictured are Lynn Amos, and Lester Gray. Photo/Special.

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