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Ground broken for new Karesh ‘wing’
Karesh Groundbreaking
Dirt falls from Health Services District of Kershaw County (HSDKC) Board of Trustees Chairman Derial Ogburn’s shovel (fourth from left) as ground is broken Wednesday morning for the new Karesh Long-Term Care Center in Camden. Joining Ogburn (from left) are HSDKC Trustee Shannon West, HSDKC Executive Director Sallie Harrell, Trustee Eric Gunter, Karesh Administrator Scott Neal, HSDKC Accountant Marc Quigley, Trustee Wayne Tidwell, and Camden City Councilman Stephen Smoak, who serves as the HSDKC’s attorney. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
A sunny Wednesday morning greeted about 100 people who showed up behind Rose’s department store in Dusty Bend for a special groundbreaking. After several years of planning and a four-month delay from when it had hoped to start, the Health Services District of Kershaw County (HSDKC) broke ground for the new Karesh Long-Term Care Center.