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Thanks with goody bags
Goody Bags
The Kershaw County School District’s Continuous Learning Center (CLC) recently donated goody bags to KershawHealth’s COVID and ICU floor workers. Camden First Baptist Women’s Mission Groups, Gerald Munn/Piggly Wiggly, JBS Construction and The UPS Store partnered with CLC to donate homemade sugar scrub, lip balm, and gum to the workers-small tokens to show our gratitude for all they do, especially during the pandemic. Among those giving and receiving the donation are (from left, kneeling) CLC Director Casey Faulkenberry, CLC Special Projects Coordinator Kim Stokes, KershawHealth registered nurse Grace Poe; (standing) KershawHealth ICU Director Lee Hunter, RN; KershawHealth Medical Floor/COVID Unite Director Mike Smith, RN; KershawHealth registered nurses Lauren Hull and Carolyn Gardner; KershawHealth Vice President of Human Resources Angela Nettles; and Marion Jackson and Sarah Myers of Camden First Baptist Women’s Mission.