The National Kidney Foundation of South Carolina is in need of unwanted vehicles - even ones that don't run. The car will be towed at no charge to you and you will be provided with a possible tax deduction. The donated vehicle will be sold at auction or recycled for salvageable parts. Call (800) 488-2277.
The Muscular Dystrophy Family Foundation Inc. (MDFF), a non-profit organization, accepts vehicle contributions. To complete a vehicle donation, make arrangements by calling (800) 544-1213. Donors may also log onto the organization's Web site at www.mdff.org and click on the automobile icon to complete an online vehicle donation application.
The Sumter County Democratic party will have parties available to provide rides to vote through June 20 for those who need transportation. Call (803) 316-1976.
Camp Happy Days, an annual weeklong event held during the first week of July, helps hundreds of cancer patients and their siblings spend time in an atmosphere of fun, laughter and fellowship on Lake Marion. Donations of caps, T-shirts, sunscreen and monetary donations are currently being accepted. If you or your business can help in any way, contact Bill Ellis at (803) 460-7666.
Hillcrest High School Class of 1982 is in the planning stage of a one-day reunion to be held in September. We are asking class members or their families to contact us at Facebook 'The Mighty Class of Hillcrest High School/co82' or email Hillcrestclassof82info@gmail.com. We need your updated information. For additional information, call (803) 491-5361 or (803) 464-0889.
Sumter High School Class of 1972 will hold its 45th class reunion July 14-16. For information, visit SHS Class of 1972 Reunion on Facebook or email email@example.com.