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UWKC celebrates Supplee’s 30 years as president
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Donny Supplee (center) accepts a plaque recognizing his 30 years of service as president of the United Way of Kershaw County (UWKC) from UWKC Board Chair Chris McKinney. Supplee come to Kershaw County to head the UWKC in 1992 after working for the Babcock Center in Columbia. Under his presidency, the UWKC has become known as one of the most successfull United Way organizations in the state, helping people through its myriad services and partnerships throughout the county. Celebrating with him are (from left) UWKC Vice President of Community Impact Molly Kornegay; Supplee’s wife, Sharon; and UWKC Vice President of Resource Development Kirk Mays.
Donne Supplee celebrated 30 years of service to Kershaw County as president of the county’s United Way organization on April 13.