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Local Charities Benefit from ASC Fall Carnival
November 05, 2013
Lander University's Academic Success Center Fall Carnival, the community service project for five sections of students enrolled in LU 103, a freshman orientation-transition class for fast-track students, raised hundreds of dollars worth of donations, food and other items for The Humane Society; Hospice House and Store; Bowers-Rodgers Home; Faith Home; and Food Bank of Greenwood County. In above photo, Food Bank of Greenwood County executive director Barbara Turnburke holds a certificate for more than $200 in food items presented to her by, from left, LU 103 students John Patrick Nugent, of Roebuck, and Tia Jordan, of Columbia; LU 103 instructor Leslie Glover; and LU 103 students Jalisa Banks, of Columbia, and Mary Kate McGowan, of Ft. Mill.