Elizabeth Patterson White, right, George Fish Class of 1959, shows old pictures from the school to Jean Watts, bottom left, and Ruth Watts, top left, at the Volunteer Faith Center in Fort Mill on Tuesday. In the background, Rev. Phillip Cargile, left, and Naomi Gilmore Stanley, Class of 1946, look at displays of pictures from the school.
Elizabeth Patterson White, right, George Fish Class of 1959, shows old pictures from the school to Jean Watts, bottom left, and Ruth Watts, top left, at the Volunteer Faith Center in Fort Mill on Tuesday. In the background, Rev. Phillip Cargile, left, and Naomi Gilmore Stanley, Class of 1946, look at displays of pictures from the school.
Elizabeth Patterson White, right, George Fish Class of 1959, shows old pictures from the school to Jean Watts, bottom left, and Ruth Watts, top left, at the Volunteer Faith Center in Fort Mill on Tuesday. In the background, Rev. Phillip Cargile, left, and Naomi Gilmore Stanley, Class of 1946, look at displays of pictures from the school.

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