Waleisah Wilson and Temeka Menefee, of NewLife Second Chance Outreach Inc., receive a proclamation from Gov. Nathan Deal declaring July 2016 Reentry Awareness Month.
Waleisah Wilson and Temeka Menefee, of NewLife Second Chance Outreach Inc., receive a proclamation from Gov. Nathan Deal declaring July 2016 Reentry Awareness Month. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Waleisah Wilson and Temeka Menefee, of NewLife Second Chance Outreach Inc., receive a proclamation from Gov. Nathan Deal declaring July 2016 Reentry Awareness Month. Special to the Ledger-Enquirer

July declared Ex-Prisoner Re-entry Awareness Month

June 28, 2016 02:09 PM

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