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Chamber elects board members, endorses school referendum
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The Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center held a reception to bid a fond farewell to Executive Director Liz Horton, who is leaving the chamber for a new position with the Greenville, S.C. Chamber. Horton has served as the Kershaw County Chambers executive director since 2008. Shown from left are Joy Claussen Scully, Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan, Horton, and Camden Mayor Tony Scully.
The Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center board elected five new members to its board of directors during the board’s August 18 meeting. Thomas Anderson of Potters Computer Systems, LLC; Kimberly Dixon of First Palmetto Bank; Chip Galloway of Galloway Enterprises/KFC; Kesha Hayes of Professional Development & Training Services, LLC; and James Plemons of Servpro of Kershaw and Lancaster Counties were all unanimously elected to the board. The slate of nominees was adopted in its entirety as no other names were submitted by petition from the Chamber membership.