More than 100 kids and their families with the Carolina Youth Development Center will celebrate Thanksgiving Monday afternoon. Local general contractor K-Con, Inc. hosted the event, now in its 19th year. "It's just an opportunity this time of year to give back to the community and some of those less fortunate,” said Chief Operating Officer Eric Combs. “The kids here are certainly deserving of a fun filled afternoon meal."
The Berkeley County School District plans to release a statement Friday afternoon regarding a possible virus outbreak at one of its Goose Creek schools. Diane Etling’s daughter attends Westview Primary in Goose Creek, and said more than 130 students were sent home Thursday. "I'd noticed numerous children coming out with sick bags as I call them," Etling said. Etling said that was the sight Thursday afternoon in the pick-up line for the school.
The Berkeley County School District released a statement Friday afternoon regarding a possible virus outbreak at one of its Goose Creek schools. District leaders and school administrators are working to address reports and support families at Westview Primary (WVP) who have children that are experiencing symptoms of a gastrointestinal illness. Our BCSD custodial team, along with a team from Disaster Care, will begin disinfecting the school building at 8 a.m Saturday morning.
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Selecting a term
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