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FRC director receives Nobel Peace prize for public service
Rosalyn Moses photo
The Family Resource Centers Executive Director Rosalyn Moses is the first person in South Carolina to receive a Jefferson Award for Public Service. Moses represented South Carolina at their annual ceremony in Washington D.C. on June 18-19. Moses said receiving the award is the perfect platform to discuss what the center does for women and teens in Kershaw County. - photo by Miciah Bennett
Rosalyn Moses recently became the first person from South Carolina to receive an American Institute for Public Service’s Jefferson Award. Moses, the executive director of the Family Resource Center (FRC) in Camden, received the award for her commitment and contributions to the Kershaw County community. She received the award during a two-day conference, June 17-18, in Washington, D.C. The Jefferson Awards program is, according to its website, a “national recognition system honoring community and public service in America.”