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Lake Wylie’s Glucose Gladiators team joined more than 1,000 area residents Nov. 3 at the American Diabetes Association’s Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes held at Symphony Park.
In the weeks leading up to the launch of the holiday giving season, York’s PATH has experienced a drop-off in needed donations of cash and nonperishable food to help the poor.
A River Hills sixth-grader is helping Kenya Orphanage Project by donating half of the money he makes selling golf balls to the charity.
The United Way of York County put its hand out Wednesday, asking for money, time and energy.
On Aug. 24, 48 people, representing churches and service organizations, met at the Clover School District administration building to discuss better ways to communicate in order to better assist those in need in our area.
Rachel Park of Clover runs Summer Fun Camp for children ages 5 to 10. This year, the rising Clover High School junior let parents make donations for Clover Area Assistance Center.
The York County Community Foundation recently awarded grants totaling $25,270 to eight nonprofit organizations, including in Lake Wylie:
The Tega Cay Volunteer Fire Department has a new supply of Citipasses for $25 and community coupon books for $20 available, with 50 percent going to the department. Books expire Nov. 30, 2011.
The American Red Cross Upper Palmetto Chapter has scheduled the following drives:
The Bank of York, in honor of their 75 years in business, presented the Clover Area Assistance Center with a check for $750 during York Comprehensive High School's first game Aug. 13 in its new football stadium.