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Camden Junior Welfare League inducts new members
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The Camden Junior Welfare Leauge recently inducted the Class of 2016 as members. Show from left, front row, are Sarah Gardner, Meagan Baytes, Stephanie Williams, Alexis McDonald, Alex Bowers. From left, second row, Shawna Collier, Angie Young, Brandy Bass, Ashleigh Davis. From left, third row, Stacey Mohr, Kirsten Kleinhans, Misty Walker, Jennifer Tyree, Kennedy Spangler, Mary Kay Olive, Brooke Davidson, Jeanne-Marie Bolin. - photo by Photo provided by Camden Junior Welfare League

The Camden Junior Welfare League (CJWL) recently inducted the 2016 provisional class as members of the league.

"This provisional class has made a substantial impact on the growth of the league and has added a breath of fresh air," Provisional Chair Jessica Geiger said. "Their dedication and commitment to the League and our community has made us proud that they chose to be a part of the Camden Junior Welfare League."

League President Amanda Capell praised the class of 2016.

"This year’s provisional class is a great group of dedicated, hard-working women," Capell said. "They came in on day one and hit the ground running, from helping with the Candlelight Tour to running Belle of the Ball and many things in between. These ladies have helped to work toward the League’s mission, and give me great hope of the League’s future."

The CJWL is comprised of women who have a passion for volunteerism and their local community, Capell noted. Each year the women put in countless hours to help to make Kershaw County a better place for children by partnering with local schools and community organizations.

The CJWL will host an open house for prospective members Monday, April 25, 2016 at 6:30 PM at the Robert Mills Courthouse. For more information please email