By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Lessons learned, solutions offered through C/KCRD recreation
Placeholder Image
(This letter is a follow-up to the letter, “Review of organized recreation in Camden, Kershaw County,” in the Aug. 10 Chronicle-Independent. It is offered to help close the divisions that have been created, emphasize some lessons learned and review some potential solutions as paths forward to regaining unity, unselfish civic pride, participation and a willingness to “put the needs of the total community first.” At all levels of human relationships, especially those involving children, the true measure of leadership is to have someone say that “you care more about your students/athletes/teammates/ constituents than you do about yourself.”) Our Kershaw County communities have a rich history of youth graduate/participants from the Camden/Kershaw County Recreation Department’s sports programs.