Jadon Turner and Brendon Turner each received $5,000 in scholarships from the Folds of Honor program which provides scholarships to children of fallen service members. The Rite Aid Foundation helped raise money for the scholarships through a nation-wide drive.
Jadon Turner and Brendon Turner each received $5,000 in scholarships from the Folds of Honor program which provides scholarships to children of fallen service members. The Rite Aid Foundation helped raise money for the scholarships through a nation-wide drive. Justin Vicory jvicory@sunherald.com
Jadon Turner and Brendon Turner each received $5,000 in scholarships from the Folds of Honor program which provides scholarships to children of fallen service members. The Rite Aid Foundation helped raise money for the scholarships through a nation-wide drive. Justin Vicory jvicory@sunherald.com

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