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Ambassador Spotlight: Lee Anne Kitchen

Ambassador Spotlight – Lee Anne Kitchen Tell us about yourself. I am a hard-working and driven individual who isn’t afraid to face a challenge. I’m passionate about my work and I know how to get the job done. I would describe myself as an open and honest person who doesn’t believe in misleading other people and…

Ribbon Cutting for Thornwell Charter Schools’ Library

The Nancy Garner Library Dedication & Ribbon Cutting We were honored to participate in the Thornwell Charter School Library dedication, celebrating and honoring the memory of the Nancy O’Neal Garner. What an amazing legacy and honor for her son and wife, Craig and Denisa Garner! Many inspiring stories were shared, much appreciation was shown, and…

Ribbon Cutting for Aspen & Figs

Ribbon Cutting for Aspen & Figs This afternoon, we marked a special occasion with the official Chamber ribbon cutting for Aspen & Figs! It was wonderful to see many community members and leaders in attendance. We’re thrilled to welcome this artisan market to Laurens County. Stop by to visit 116 Musgrove Street in Clinton to…

Keep Laurens County Beautiful unveils anti-litter campaign

January 20, 2023

Keep it Clean, Laurens County   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 28, 2022 Keep Laurens County Beautiful unveils anti-litter campaign   LAURENS COUNTY, S.C. — Keep Laurens County Beautiful (KLCB) launches a new anti-litter campaign for 2023, called “Keep it Clean, Laurens County.”   “THe Keep it Clean campaign promotes the KLCB vision of a cleaner,…

4th Quarter Community Champion Award Winner

December 15, 2022

4th Quarter Communty Champion Winner The recipient of the 4th quarter award is Emily Bailey Affectionately known as the “trash lady of Clinton,” Emily Bailey has for years patrolled the streets of Clinton picking up trash and urging others to do the same. Hardly a day goes by that Emily does not put on her…

3rd Quarter Community Champion Award Winner

December 5, 2022

The Keep Laurens County Beautiful Community Champion Award recognizes a business, organization, or individual volunteer that has initiated and/or actively engaged in an activity that has significantly contributed to the success of the KLCB program. The recipient of the 3rd quarter award is Laurie Riser Laurie doesn’t just clean up around her neighborhood- she often…

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