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Firefighters raising funds to send burn victim children to camp

  • Sunday, March 17, 2013

  • Updated Monday, September 23, 2013 10:53 am

If you see a Georgetown County firefighter wearing green, it is not a continuation of St. Patrick's Day fashion. It is for a good cause.
The shirts are being sold as a fundraiser so that child burn victims can attend Camp Can Do, which is a camp for children and teenagers who have been treated for serous burns.
Firefighters had collected $1,200 as of last week but more is needed.
Anyone who wishes to make a contribution can do so stopping by any county fire station or by mailing the donation to Georgetown County Administration, Attn. Jackie Broach, 716 Prince Street, Georgetown, SC 29440.


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