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Chamber learns about JEEP
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With the help of the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Grant, local businesses can help make a difference in a Kershaw County student’s life. That’s what Kershaw County School District Superintendent Dr. Frank Morgan said during Thursday morning’s Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce board of directors meeting, encouraging local businesses to get involved with the Juveniles Experiencing Excellence Program (JEEP). JEEP, Morgan said, is a nationally-regarded program that provides at-risk high school students with life skills training, academic support and job skills training.