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FAC receives $8,000 grant from Duke Energy
FAC Executive Director Kristin Cobb accepts check from Director of Government and Community Relations for Duke Energy South Carolina Rick Jiran,

The Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County (FAC) recently received an $8,000 grant from Duke Energy. Through its grants, the Duke Energy Foundation supports local non-profits who make a contribution to the communities in which they live through programs, services and the economic impact they have on the community in which they serve.

For more than 100 years, Duke Energy has served its communities through charitable giving and employee volunteerism. The company believes the decisions made today will determine their long-term prospects as a company. One of those decisions is to ensure their communities have the resources and support they require to thrive – now and well into the future. They believe in building upon this legacy and making a lasting impact, says Rick Jiran, Director of Government and Community Relations for Duke Energy South Carolina.

"The arts play a vital role in any community, and the arts are thriving in Kershaw County thanks to the great work of the FAC," Jiran said, "Duke Energy is proud to support programming that offers opportunities for the citizens of Kershaw County to be exposed to the arts."