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HFKC hands out $181,000 in grants to local groups
Grant Signings Web
Victor Jowers (left), of the Health Foundation of Kershaw County (HFKC) looks on as four of the HFKCs grant recipients sign agreements accepting the grants. The grant presentations took place Monday in the McCaa Tavern at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. Signing (from left) are Food for the Soul Executive Director Darlene Thomas; S.C. Thrive representative Laurey Carpenter; Lugoff Fire-Rescue Chief Chris Spitzer; and Kershaw County School District Executive Director for K-12 Instructional Support Dr. Alisa Taylor. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
There might not have been a better “thank you” Monday night inside Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site’s McCaa Tavern than the one relayed by Family Resource Center (FRC) Director Rosalyn Smith Stover. Stover said when she learned the Health Foundation of Kershaw County (HFKC) was granting the FRC $40,680 for mental health treatment services, she asked her staff if there were any clients who would be willing to have her tell their story. A woman Stover called “Sarah” said yes.