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CAST holds final meeting as grant expires
Members of Community Action for a Safer Tomorrow (CAST) held their last meeting Wednesday. The programs funding came from a three-year grant that ended in September, which created a combined effort to fight impaired driving in Kershaw County. Showing off awards they received at the meeting for their contributions were (from left) 5th Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson, KCSO Deputy Scott Myers, CPD Chief Joe Floyd, David Roberts of The ALPHA Center in Camden, ALPHA Center Director Paul Napper, CAST organizer Tina Griggs, SCHP Patrolman M.O. Southern and EPD Lt. Alan Anders. - photo by Gary Phillips
Members of CAST -- Community Action for a Safer Tomorrow -- met for the last time Wednesday at the ALPHA Center as a grant used to fund the program across the state ended in September. CAST combined all Kershaw County law enforcement agencies to combat impaired driving. Representatives from each agency along with the 5th Circuit Solicitor’s Office attended the final meeting.