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Home Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary. Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary.

Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary.

Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary.

Deasree Williams (left), a counselor in the Clarksville office of the Adoption & Pregnancy Counseling program of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, met with Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan on July 31st to accept a proclamation honoring the agency for its contributions to the people of Clarksville and Montgomery County on the occasion of the agency’s 50th anniversary.