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Target uses Day of Caring to help new Jackson Teen Center
Jackson Teen Center
Target and United Way of Kershaw County volunteers, along with Boys & Girls Club staff, recently came together for a Day of Caring to beautify and make repairs to the new the Jackson Teen Center in the old Continuous Learning Center across from Camden High School. Participants included (left to right) Andy Robinson, Robin Saviola, Brian Mays, Greg Brownell, Ryan Causey, Donny Supplee, Paul Rizzo, Errica Bishop and Bob Gulledge. - photo by Haley Atkinson
Employees from the Target Distribution Center in Lugoff participated in a “Day of Caring” to help make improvements at the new Jackson Teen Center (JTC) on June 12 in Camden. The JTC, part of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands (BGCM), is housed inside the former home of the Kershaw County School District’s (KCSD) old Continuous Learning Center across from Camden High School. The center is staffed by BCGM employees, as are other programs Boys & Girls Clubs programs in a number of KCSD schools.