Chesapeake Sister Cities
The Chesapeake Sister Cities Committee, Inc. presented a check for $1,000 to Jocelyn Pearson of the Virginia Cooperative Extension 4 H Program, to be used in the Character Counts Program in Chesapeake's sister city, Joinville, Brazil. Valentines made by students of Deep Creek Central Elementary School and Hickory High School were also presented, and will be carried to the students in Joinville later in the month.
Chesapeake students send valentines to students in Brazil. From left: Jocelyn Pearson, Kendal Hulce, Deep Creek Central Elementary School student Rylan Hulce, and Hickory High School student Trent Whitfield.
From left: Jocelyn Pearson of the Virginia Cooperative Extension 4 H Program is presented a check for $1,000 by committee members Cheryl Johnson Stokes, Ann Myers, Kendal Hulce and Andrea Vanderberg.
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