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Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County breaks ground; United Way presents a check for $2,000
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United Way of Kershaw County President Donny Supplee presents a $2,000 check to Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity Charlotte Rankin. Pictured from left to right (front row) are Supplee, Rankin, John Miller, James Holliday, Pam Holliday, Jalen Kelley, Camden Mayor Tony Scully, Deborah Outlaw, Alfred Mae Drakeford, Deborah Davis, Bill Denton and Construction Supervisor Ray Keith. Pictured from left to right (back row) are Larry Kincaid, Joe Shull, Jessie Atkinson, Sandy Shull, Alfred Bradford, Lawson Lewis, Richard Thompson, Jim Burns and Johnny Kornegay, III. - photo by Johnny Deal
Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County recently broke ground on their 37th home located at 1429 Gordon Street. In just a few months, the property will become home to the Holliday family. James, Pamela and Jalen look forward to becoming homeowners in just a few short months.