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LifeNet holds open house at Camdens Woodward Field
LifeNet Open House
Camden Mayor Tony Scully (center) poses with members of LifeNets Kershaw County team during an open house at Woodward Field on Dec. 9. Joining Scully (from left) are Michael Shirey, South Carolina business manager for LifeNets parent company, Air Methods; and LifeNet team members Matt Kerr, Ryane Cash, Jacey Stone, Megan Jay, Brad Freeman and Jason Bober. LifeNet recently replaced its offices at the airport with a new, large trailer. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Members of LifeNet, a commercial emergency helicopter transport service, showed off their new home at Woodward Field east of Camden during an open house Dec. 9. The company, which has served Kershaw and other surrounding counties’ first responders and hospitals for a number of years, recently replaced its offices at the Kershaw County Airport with a new, large trailer. LifeNet used the open house as a way to show off the new digs to its “customers” and to thank them for their relationships with a hamburger and hotdog cookout.