Help the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County to win $25,000 to support Healthy Habits in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist national contest. Pictured are site director Rashan Thornton and Jarel McCrorey of the Fort Mill Boys and Girls Club.
Help the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County to win $25,000 to support Healthy Habits in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist national contest. Pictured are site director Rashan Thornton and Jarel McCrorey of the Fort Mill Boys and Girls Club. Jeff Sochko Special to the Fort Mill Times
Help the Boys & Girls Clubs of York County to win $25,000 to support Healthy Habits in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist national contest. Pictured are site director Rashan Thornton and Jarel McCrorey of the Fort Mill Boys and Girls Club. Jeff Sochko Special to the Fort Mill Times

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