On October 10th, Billy Potter and his daughter Jessica Potter presented the director tom haley of Turning Point Center of Bennington, VT with a check in the amount of $3,000 in honor of Billy’s son and Jessica’s brother Jacob Butler. The Jacob Butler Memorial Foundation was created after they lost Jacob to o substance use disorder. Turning Point is grateful for their continued annual support. This is the 3rd year that they have contributed to the ongoing work to help people with this disorder find recovery and meaningful lives.


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