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Donny Supplee (second from right) accepts a plaque inscribed with the names of recent Jackson Teen Center (JTC) graduates from (from left) Boys and Girls Club of Kershaw County board member Paul Napper, Job Readiness Training Director Roberta Langley-Mayes and JTC Director Brain Mayes.
During the first IMPACT Kershaw County meeting of 2020, the Boys and Girls Club of Kershaw County (BGCKC) presented United Way of Kershaw County President Donny Supplee with a plaque featuring the names of students who have left the Jackson Teen Center (JTC) to either further their education or join the armed forces. BGCKC presented the plaque to Supplee in recognition of his support of the organization.

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