Hardy Johnson, left, Florida president of Tarmac America, presents a check for $1,500,000 to the Step Up for Students scholarship organization in August 2006. Accepting the check are Johnnie Lowery, second from left, chairman of the Board of New Jerusalem Christian Academy; Laura Jones, Step Up for Students scholarship parent and her mother Annie Mae Carter; Pauline Darling, executive administrator of New Jerusalem Christian Academy; and John Kirtley, president of the Florida School Choice Fund and chairman of Florida PRIDE, the organization behind Step Up for Students.
Hardy Johnson, left, Florida president of Tarmac America, presents a check for $1,500,000 to the Step Up for Students scholarship organization in August 2006. Accepting the check are Johnnie Lowery, second from left, chairman of the Board of New Jerusalem Christian Academy; Laura Jones, Step Up for Students scholarship parent and her mother Annie Mae Carter; Pauline Darling, executive administrator of New Jerusalem Christian Academy; and John Kirtley, president of the Florida School Choice Fund and chairman of Florida PRIDE, the organization behind Step Up for Students. HO Courtesy photo
Hardy Johnson, left, Florida president of Tarmac America, presents a check for $1,500,000 to the Step Up for Students scholarship organization in August 2006. Accepting the check are Johnnie Lowery, second from left, chairman of the Board of New Jerusalem Christian Academy; Laura Jones, Step Up for Students scholarship parent and her mother Annie Mae Carter; Pauline Darling, executive administrator of New Jerusalem Christian Academy; and John Kirtley, president of the Florida School Choice Fund and chairman of Florida PRIDE, the organization behind Step Up for Students. HO Courtesy photo

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