Noble deeds require selfless actions, sacrifice, says NAACP speaker

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By Vanessa Tyson

Noble actions create possibilities was the take-home message from the recent Freedom Fund Banquet of the Pageland branch of the NAACP.
Rev. Alonza G. Scipio, behavioral counselor at Timrod Elementary in Florence County and former pastor of Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Chesterfield, said everyone needs to be proactive in doing noble deeds.
“It is enough of sitting down,” Scipio said. “All of us have a call to do something good.”
Noble deeds are admirable actions that require selflessness and sacrifice, he said.

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