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Keeping the county clean

from left: Jovika Jenkins, Shelita Evans, Natasha Dortch, Sholanda Freeman, LaTarsha McLeod, Netasha Singleton, Zykhia Hill, Jeanine Robinson, Latisha Henderson. Kneeling are Kenya Johnson and Tonya Sneed.

Ladies of the 24 Karat Social Club prepare to help keep Beaufort County beautiful. The ladies have adopted Detour Road in Seabrook for monthly litter pickups. Taking care of the environment is just one of several community service projects that the club performs. If your group or organization would like to help keep Beaufort County clean, contact Veronica C. Miller at 255-2741 for details.

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