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Camden Kiwanis contribute to Junior Leadership
Junior Leadership
Camden Kiwanis have contributed $2,000 to support Junior Leadership Kershaw County. Julie Trott, a lieutenant governor for Kiwanis International in South Carolina, and Camden Kiwanis Club president Frank Bernhardt present the check to Junior Leadership Kershaw County chair Laurie Parks. The funds will be used to help operate the student leadership program now in its 24th year.
The Camden Kiwanis Club has made a $2,000 contribution to the Junior Leadership Kershaw County program and announced plans to support the long-standing student leadership development program through its fundraising activities. In making the announcement and cash award, club President Frank Bernhardt said, “Our members believe the goals and on-going success of the Junior Leadership program in this community fit nicely with the mission of Kiwanis International, which is to serve the children of the world one child and one community at a time.” “We are so grateful for the support of the Kiwanis Club,” said Junior Leadership chair Laurie Parks.