Ed Allen, left, a member of the Board of Directors for Beaufort/Jasper Comprehensive Health Services, questions Allison Jackson, a certified family nurse practitioner, regarding health services to be offered to children attending St. Helena Elementary School. Jackson was announcing the opening of the newest health clinic at the school offering medical, dental and social services at low cost. Parental consent is required for students to participate in the program. Photo by Bob Sofaly.
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