Veterans get IDs, archive papers


Johnston County veterans can now take advantage of the discounts local shops and restaurants offer without carrying around their valuable discharge documents.
In August, Johnston County Registrar of Deeds Craig Olive announced his office was creating a program called “Thank a Vet,” issuing photo ID cards veterans can show at local businesses.
And since the program launched, the office has seen 161 veterans come in for IDs.
“We have been so busy with the new veterans program,” Olive said. “It gives me have a lot of job satisfaction knowing I have made the veterans of Johnston County happy. The response has been unbelievable.”

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