Getting involved in the community


Kathy Hunter and Ruthie Millar, right, of Clemson Downs talk with Southern Wesleyan University student Carley Teat, left, about volunteer opportunities during the SWU Volunteer Fair on the Central campus Jan. 27. The event was organized to raise awareness of area organizations in need of volunteer help. In addition to Clemson Downs, participants included Pickens County Advocacy Center, Switch of Greenville, United Way of Pickens and Oconee counties, and Habitat for Humanity for Pickens and Oconee counties. Teat is a senior from Dacusville majoring in human services.


Photo courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University

Kathy Hunter and Ruthie Millar, right, of Clemson Downs talk with Southern Wesleyan University student Carley Teat, left, about volunteer opportunities during the SWU Volunteer Fair on the Central campus Jan. 27. The event was organized to raise awareness of area organizations in need of volunteer help. In addition to Clemson Downs, participants included Pickens County Advocacy Center, Switch of Greenville, United Way of Pickens and Oconee counties, and Habitat for Humanity for Pickens and Oconee counties. Teat is a senior from Dacusville majoring in human services.

Kathy Hunter and Ruthie Millar, right, of Clemson Downs talk with Southern Wesleyan University student Carley Teat, left, about volunteer opportunities during the SWU Volunteer Fair on the Central campus Jan. 27. The event was organized to raise awareness of area organizations in need of volunteer help. In addition to Clemson Downs, participants included Pickens County Advocacy Center, Switch of Greenville, United Way of Pickens and Oconee counties, and Habitat for Humanity for Pickens and Oconee counties. Teat is a senior from Dacusville majoring in human services.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_swustudentsinvolved.jpgKathy Hunter and Ruthie Millar, right, of Clemson Downs talk with Southern Wesleyan University student Carley Teat, left, about volunteer opportunities during the SWU Volunteer Fair on the Central campus Jan. 27. The event was organized to raise awareness of area organizations in need of volunteer help. In addition to Clemson Downs, participants included Pickens County Advocacy Center, Switch of Greenville, United Way of Pickens and Oconee counties, and Habitat for Humanity for Pickens and Oconee counties. Teat is a senior from Dacusville majoring in human services. Photo courtesy of Southern Wesleyan University
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