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Correctional officers from Neuse Correctional Institution and Wayne Correctional Center were joined by other law enforcement officers in transporting the Special Olympics torch from Neuse to the Wilson County line. From left are correctional officers Paula Wilson and David Wilson and Sgt. Howard Williams, all of Neuse Correctional, which raised a total of $15, 472 for the cause.

Bill Lyons, Victim Advocate coordinator, poses with polar bear mascot during the "Polar Bear Plunge" fundraiser. DCC District 23 has raised nearly $34,000 with events like this.


Central Prison Warden Robey Lee carries the torch in Raleigh. He’s followed by, left, Capt. Gerald Branker and Capt. Marshall Hudson. More than 30 Central Prison employees participated in the facility’s North Carolina Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics held June 1. Frank Rogers, DOC personnel, looks like a pro at raising money for the Correction Enterprise golf tournament.
Correction Enterprise golf tournament volunteers, from left, Reese Byrd, Jerry Carlyle, Al Hare and Rex Cameron helped make sure golfers got everything they needed June 9 at River Golf & Country Club in Louisburg. Carlyle, who organized the event, said 120 golfers participated and they raised $17,000.

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