The faculty, staff, and students of Harleyville Elementary School would like to take this opportunity to thank the following individuals and business organizations for their contributions and support in helping to make our Trident United Way Day of Caring a Success:
Chrystal Hunt, Trident United Way
Jakee Walters, Jimmy Brownlee and Mr. Talmadge Atkins
Dorchester County Government
Dorchester County Water & Sewer
Dorchester County EMS
Dorchester County EMD
Geocycle (Garfield Robinson & Annette Chubb)
Lowes - David Nesbitt, (Summerville, SC)
Home Depot – Jules Slack (Summerville, SC)
Keith Britt Trucking & Construction Company
Mr. Vincent Britt
Mr. Elliott/Kacy Britt Food Lion (Santee, SC)
Rodney Bookheart, Food Lion Warehouse (Santee, SC)
Shirley Sanders (M J & N Florist, Ridgeville, SC)
Wal-Mart (North Main St. Summerville)
ACE Hardware (Harleyville, SC)
Peter and Evonne Smith
 
Tamara S. Boyd
HES Guidance Counselor 
DD4
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Day of Caring

  • Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Dear Editor
The faculty, staff, and students of Harleyville Elementary School would like to take this opportunity to thank the following individuals and business organizations for their contributions and support in helping to make our Trident United Way Day of Caring a Success:
Chrystal Hunt, Trident United Way
Jakee Walters, Jimmy Brownlee and Mr. Talmadge Atkins
Dorchester County Government
Dorchester County Water & Sewer
Dorchester County EMS
Dorchester County EMD
Geocycle (Garfield Robinson & Annette Chubb)
Lowes - David Nesbitt, (Summerville, SC)
Home Depot – Jules Slack (Summerville, SC)
Keith Britt Trucking & Construction Company
Mr. Vincent Britt
Mr. Elliott/Kacy Britt Food Lion (Santee, SC)
Rodney Bookheart, Food Lion Warehouse (Santee, SC)
Shirley Sanders (M J & N Florist, Ridgeville, SC)
Wal-Mart (North Main St. Summerville)
ACE Hardware (Harleyville, SC)
Peter and Evonne Smith
 
Tamara S. Boyd
HES Guidance Counselor 
DD4

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