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JTC celebrates Bulldogs as grant opens its doors
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Jackson Teen Center (JTC) Director Brian Mayes (second from right) and his wife, Roberta, serve up pizza, chicken and chips to members of the Camden High School Bulldogs football team in the school’s Wellness Center on Dec. 11. Many of the players have attended the JTC, which recently reopened its doors thanks to a Health Foundation of Kershaw County grant. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
The COVID-19 novel coraonavirus pandemic has kept the doors closed at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Kershaw County’s (BGCKC) Jackson Teen Center (JTC) for most of the year. Thanks to a $35,000 grant from the Health Foundation of Kershaw County, the JTC -- which normally serves around 250 middle and high school students each day after school -- is able to open its doors again for a special outreach program.