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HSDKC chair lays out Karesh, Beechwood vision
Derial Ogburn
Derial Ogburn (far right, at podium), the chairman of the Health Services District of Kershaw County (HSDKC), makes a comment during a presentation Friday that brings smiles to Preserve Camden with Responsible Growth officers (from left) Joe Sullivan and Woody Cleveland during a meeting about plans to build a new Karesh Long Term Care Center at Beechwood and a retirement community on the site in the future. - photo by Martin L. Cahn/C-I
Between 75 and 100 people attended a public meeting sponsored by Preserve Camden with Responsible Growth at the National Steeplechase Museum in Camden on Friday afternoon to hear more about plans to rebuild the Karesh Long Term Care Center (commonly referred to as the Karesh Wing) at Beechwood. They also wanted to learn more about the ultimate plans for Beechwood, a 65-acre property annexed by the city more than a decade ago on Knights Hill Road.