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Editorial: Habitat
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Unless they’re nature lovers, when you say the word “habitat” to people in Kershaw County, most folks tend to know you’re probably talking about Habitat for Humanity of Kershaw County, the organization which for so many years has helped less fortunate residents move into homes of their own. West Wateree Chronicle Editor Tenell Felder’s recent two-part series, “How Habitat for Humanity helps,” highlighted its successes. Part 1 told the story of the Habitat Store, housed in the former Burns Hardware building on Broad Street in Camden.