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Feature Photos: Ribbon cuttings
Three Sisters Ribbon Cutting
April Rogers and Tara Boone, the two sisters of Three Sisters Essentials, prepare to cut a ceremonial ribbon celebrating the grand opening of the new local grassroots market at 2503 Broad St. in Camden’s Dusty Bend commercial district. The store is open Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Three Sisters offers locally sourced produce, dairy, meats, jams, infused honey, and other eco-friendly options, with a refill room containing bulk spices, teas and natural cleaning products. “It is a dream realized to bring our love of nature and sustainable living to our beautiful hometown of Camden in a market format,” Rogers and Boone said. “We cannot wait to offer classes, guided hikes, and so much more to our community.” Joining in the celebration are (front row, from left) Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce President Kathryn Lane; Camden Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford; Dearal Rodgers; Store Manager Kimberly DuRant; Kershaw County Chairman Julian Burns; Mindy Player; (second row) Rogers and Boone’s father, Horace Prater; Parley Crolley, Kevin Boone, Camden City Councilwoman Joanna Craig; Lance Samuel; Lisa Kelly; Shanta Lewis; and Toby Edwards.
Recent ribbon cuttings from the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce.