Dream Center receives $17K from Blue Ridge Fest


Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Tony Kelley and Mark McCall (far left) recently presented The Dream Center of Pickens County a check totaling $17,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of The Dream Center were, from the left, Michael Barnes, Joey Turner, Ashley Cox, Amanda Taylor, Chris and Jim Wilson, co-founders, Aimee White and Shannon Leatherwood. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations.


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Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Tony Kelley and Mark McCall (far left) recently presented The Dream Center of Pickens County a check totaling $17,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of The Dream Center were, from the left, Michael Barnes, Joey Turner, Ashley Cox, Amanda Taylor, Chris and Jim Wilson, co-founders, Aimee White and Shannon Leatherwood. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations.

Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Tony Kelley and Mark McCall (far left) recently presented The Dream Center of Pickens County a check totaling $17,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of The Dream Center were, from the left, Michael Barnes, Joey Turner, Ashley Cox, Amanda Taylor, Chris and Jim Wilson, co-founders, Aimee White and Shannon Leatherwood. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_brfestdreamcenter.jpgBlue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Tony Kelley and Mark McCall (far left) recently presented The Dream Center of Pickens County a check totaling $17,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of The Dream Center were, from the left, Michael Barnes, Joey Turner, Ashley Cox, Amanda Taylor, Chris and Jim Wilson, co-founders, Aimee White and Shannon Leatherwood. Since the inception of Blue Ridge Fest, the event has raised more than $2.2 million for Upstate charitable organizations. Courtesy photo
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