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Three groups come together for a cause
Habitat Check Presentation Web
Showing off a check for $8,580 for Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County raised from a recent John Denver-tribute concert are (from left) Deborah Outlaw, Camden City Councilwoman Deborah Davis, Camden High School Principal Dan Matthews, Habitat of Humanity for Kershaw County Executive Director Laurey Carpenter, Ben Connell, concert organizer Joe Shull, Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County Executive Director Kristin Cobb, Sandy Shull, Bill Denton and Camden City Councilwoman Alfred Mae Drakeford. - photo by Provided by Habitat for Humanity
A collaboration between three groups put on a benefit concert to help a family become owners of a Habitat for Humanity home. Jim Curry brought his nationally acclaimed John Denver tribute series to Camden High School’s (CHS) Performing Arts Auditorium on Feb. 21 to raise money as a Habitat for Humanity fundraiser. The concert, said organizers, came about through the vision of Joe and Sandy Shull.