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Jude Children's Research Hospital®, where it was named New Corporate Partner of the Year in 2010.
In less than 20 years, Window World grew from a small, local business to America's largest exterior remodeler.
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From the start of a job to its completion and beyond, our knowledgeable and friendly staff serves with exceptional attention to detail and customer care. Our commitment to serving our communities runs deeper than providing exceptional home improvement solutions.
On the boys' side, South Central's Shykeim Phillips, Heritage's Jayden Gardner, Jordan's Jaylen Richard and Overhills' Zavian Mc Lean won district player of the year honors.
Coach of the year honors went to Chris Cherry (South Central), Jeff Ferrell (Broughton), Ronnie Russell (Northern Durham) and Gaston Collins (Southern Lee). South Central's Shykeim Phillps (3) takes the ball by Heritage's Jarren Mc Allister (32) on a reverse layup.
Despite the ever-changing landscape of home improvement, we've lived true to our promise since we opened our doors in 1995: deliver superior products, professionally installed, at a guaranteed low price.
North Pitt's Nyjanique Langley, Southeast Raleigh's Jada Mc Millian, Roxboro Community's Elana Ingram and Lee County's Amoria Neal-Tysor were named girls district players of the year.
Heritage's Jayden Gardner (40) get the rebound and starts the break during matchup between Millbrook and Heritage at The John Wall Family Foundation 45th Holiday Invitational that took place at Broughton High School on December 28, 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina. District 5 girls: (First team) Jada Mc Millian, Southeast Raleigh; Nia Washington, Green Hope; Asia Todd, Clayton; Cydney Johnson, Heritage; Brittany Staves, Leesville Road; (Second team) Samantha Weaver, Holly Springs, Cierra Baker, Fuquay-Varina; Tayanna Jones, North Johnston; Demi Washington, Heritage; Dajha Williams, East Wake; (Third team) Tamia Davis, Southeast Raleigh; Alissa Smalls, Heritage; Anya Poole, Southeast Raleigh; Jada Miller, Wake Forest; Akira Wiggins, Knightdale.