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Paws for the cause
Shelter seeks support for outfitting new facility
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Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter Office Manager Meredith Bransford (left) and Director Sharon Jones hope to transform the vacant building at the corner of Tickle Hill and Black River roads into a top-notch animal care facility. Jones estimates the shelter, overseen by the Kershaw County Humane Society, will need more than $1 million to do so. - photo by Trevor Baratko
Workers at the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter in Camden work with what they’ve got, and they’ve made do for more than a decade. But the truth is, they just don’t have enough, says Sharon Jones, the shelter’s director. That is the driving force behind a forthcoming fundraising campaign, through which Jones hopes to raise $1 million.