Hard work and dedication went into Impact Oconee

April 24, 2013
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This year’s class of Leadership Oconee believes six completed community projects during this month’s one-day Oconee Impact succeeded to make the county a better place. The class is thanking all the volunteers, donors, hard work and dedication that went into the day. Completed projects were a yard sale that raised $1,760 for Oconee Safe House; 52 bags of trash from a pickup along highway 28; work on the Foothills Trail; work on the Our Daily Bread building in Seneca, and improvements to the Wilderness Camp Thrift stores.

 

 

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