Business gives back to schools

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Recently, Lowcountry Urgent Care distributed checks to Beaufort Academy, Battery Creek High, Beaufort High, Beaufort Middle and Lady’s Island Middle School. Bet Rhodes, an employee of the urgent care center, said, “It is important to us at Lowcountry Urgent Care to support our schools and our community and this is one way to accomplish that goal.” She said that as kids come from the various schools for sports physicals that cost $30, the care center donates $5 per student back to their school. The total Lowcountry Urgent Care, located at 182-C Sea Island Parkway on Lady’s Island, donated back to the schools was $1,410.

From left: Beaufort Middle School’s Athletic Director Scott Lopatka, Principal Carol Ingram, Twiggy Willard and Bet Rhodes of Lowcountry Urgent Care.
From left: Beaufort Middle School’s Athletic Director Scott Lopatka, Principal Carol Ingram, Twiggy Willard and Bet Rhodes of Lowcountry Urgent Care.
Bet Rhodes presents a check to Lady’s Island Middle Principal Mona Lise Dickson.
Bet Rhodes presents a check to Lady’s Island Middle Principal Mona Lise Dickson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Frances McCarthy and Battery Creek High Athletic Director John Drafts.
Frances McCarthy and Battery Creek High Athletic Director John Drafts.