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CHS class honored with Margot Rochester Landscaping Award
From left: Dick Rochester, Deborah Davis, Director of the Habitat for Humanity store; Melanee Harwell-Taylor, special education teacher at Camden Elementary School, Councilman Willard Polk, and Liz Gilland, Urban Forester at Camden Public Works - photo by Miciah Bennett
Melanee Harwell-Taylor’s special needs class at Camden Elementary School won the 2012 Margot Rochester Landscape Award. Camden Elementary School’s Puzzles in Bloom serves as a sensory garden for the special needs class. The award is named after the late Kershaw County gardener and writer Margot Rochester.