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DAR pitches in to help

Photo by Charlene Shufelt.
Photo by Charlene Shufelt.

During October the Thomas Heyward, Jr. Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Beaufort donated 10 cases of purified drinking water, 12 gallon jugs of purified drinking water, 8 cartons of assorted baby cereal, 8 cartons of assorted baby formula, 6 packages of diapers and 6 packages of diaper wipes for flood victims in the Columbia, SC, area. The United Way of the Lowcountry was coordinating local donations which were delivered by Chapter Treasurer Nancy Hailston, Past Regent Charlene Shufelt and her husband. Jim Shufelt is seen unloading the donations.

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