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Four new KCSF members named

Rajena Miles to serve as chair

Posted: February 6, 2014 4:42 p.m.
Updated: February 7, 2014 5:00 a.m.
Photo courtesy of the KCSF/

Rajena Miles (second from right) is the new chair of the KCSF Board of Directors. With her are new board members (from left) Bill Heil, Mandi Bonderer, Steve Smart and Jack Rushing.

The Kershaw County Sheriff’s Foundation (KCSF) Board of Directors welcomed four new members to its ten-member board. The new members are Mandi Bonderer, an Elgin resident who works in the financial services industry; Bill Heil, a retired Lugoff resident an active member of the American Legion; Jack Rushing, a Camden resident agent with the S.C. State Law Enforcement Division; and Steve Smart, a retired Camden resident and local philanthropist.

Also in January, Rajena Miles, daughter of former KCSF Board member C. Ray Miles, began serving as chair of the KCSF for 2014.

“This is a talented group of volunteers and we are fortunate they are willing to invest their time to help support our Sheriff’s Office,” said Chairwoman Miles. “I am honored to serve as their Chair.”

The KCSF is a 501(c) 3 charitable organization established in 2011. Board members meet quarterly and work on foundation projects throughout the year.

“The KCSF and the citizens who support it are vital partners in our success,” said Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews. “They have raised more than $65,000 to outfit every deputy with a bullet-proof vest, put cameras in patrol cars, and buy other needed equipment used to help keep our community, and our deputies, safe. That is a tremendous team effort.”

Citizens and businesses can join the KCSF. Memberships start as low as $15 per year. For more information please contact: Rajena Miles, Kershaw County Sheriff’s Foundation, P.O. Box 664, Camden, SC 29020; phone Miles at (803) 438-9207; or email Heather Hoopes-Matthews at hhhmatthews@gmail.com.

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