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Kappa Delta alumna Laura Fraser is pictured with a BSH volunteer representative as she dropped off the donations at Bluffton Self Help. Submitted photo.

Low Country Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter donates food to Bluffton Self Help Market

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From staff reports

Over the summer, the Low Country Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter collected food and personal items to donate June 14 to Bluffton Self Help’s “Stock the Market Food Drive.”

The drive came as a part of community support to BSH during the difficult summer months.

The BSH Market provides neighbors with healthy, nutritious groceries once a week to stretch their budget, promote a healthy life and fuel to succeed. Through the Market neighbors also receive hygiene items, cleaning supplies, diapers and clothing.

The Low Country KD Alumnae Chapter is a diverse group of community-minded women who live in Jasper and Beaufort Counties. The Low Country Chapter has been recognized for community service and programs by Kappa Delta, a national organization for collegiate and alumnae women.

The Low Country KD’s have received three Alumnae Chapter Achievement Awards, which are given to the top 15 alumnae chapters in the U.S.

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