NCB donates to Hillsboro Elks


NCB recently donated $1,500 to the Hillsboro Elks Club. The money will be used for the Impact-A-Life Program, which provides developmentally disabled high school students with job training. NCB’s Rodney Donley, left, and Steven Evans, center, present a check to Dan Pierce of the Hillsboro Elks.

NCB recently donated $1,500 to the Hillsboro Elks Club. The money will be used for the Impact-A-Life Program, which provides developmentally disabled high school students with job training. NCB’s Rodney Donley, left, and Steven Evans, center, present a check to Dan Pierce of the Hillsboro Elks.


NCB recently donated $1,500 to the Hillsboro Elks Club. The money will be used for the Impact-A-Life Program, which provides developmentally disabled high school students with job training. NCB’s Rodney Donley, left, and Steven Evans, center, present a check to Dan Pierce of the Hillsboro Elks.

NCB recently donated $1,500 to the Hillsboro Elks Club. The money will be used for the Impact-A-Life Program, which provides developmentally disabled high school students with job training. NCB’s Rodney Donley, left, and Steven Evans, center, present a check to Dan Pierce of the Hillsboro Elks.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/06/web1_HillsboroElks_2019.jpgNCB recently donated $1,500 to the Hillsboro Elks Club. The money will be used for the Impact-A-Life Program, which provides developmentally disabled high school students with job training. NCB’s Rodney Donley, left, and Steven Evans, center, present a check to Dan Pierce of the Hillsboro Elks.