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Junior Auxiliary gets recognition, grant for ‘Story Walk’ project

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The Junior Auxiliary of Nashville has been selected as the NAJA Foundation’s second annual winner of the Mary Carole Bowers Outstanding Service Project Award.

JA of Nashville received a $1,000 grant for its literacy project, “Story Walk.”

Carole Bowers is a life member of the Junior Auxiliary of Rankin County, Miss.

Local JA members Samantha Young, Allison Scott and Alayna Scott accepted the award at the national foundation conference.

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