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McElveen challenges Junior Leadership grads to help others
Says, I want you to do something
McElveen Speaking
State Sen. Thomas McElveen challenged the Junior Leadership grads to do something with their lives by helping others to better their community. Keep your eyes focused forward and look for opportunities where you can make a difference in your corner of the world, McElveen urged. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
State Sen. Thomas McElveen wants graduates of this year’s Junior Leadership Kershaw County program not to forget to “look around” in the midst of their busy lives for chances to contribute to the world around them. “I want you to do something,” McElveen said near the end of his speech to this year’s Junior Leadership graduates during an April 24 banquet at the Robert Mills Courthouse. “No matter how old you are and where you go from here, step outside of your comfort zone and help someone else and make a positive change in your community.”

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