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Habitat celebrates 20-year anniversary
Habitat store kicks off donation drive, plans Rockin and Rollin Anniversary
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Habitat Store manager Deborah Davis and John Henry stand in back of the Habitat Store, located on Broad Street in the old Burns Hardware building.
To celebrate the Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County’s 20th anniversary, the Habitat Store is holding a donation drive, as well as a “Rockin’ and Rollin’ Anniversary” event. “We’re really pushing for donations right now because the store is really what funds our Habitat houses,” Deborah Davis, store manager said. “This push is critical for us to be able to help deserving families in Kershaw County,” she said.The Habitat Store, located on Broad Street Camden, is in the old Burns Hardware building.