Fort Mill Mayor Charlie Powers hands a bow Thursday to Teria Sheffield, executive assistant to the York County manager, at the ribbon-cutting

dedication on the new bridge of the northern bypass. Below, Benny Wade, associate pastor at First Baptist Church in Fort Mill, walks across the northern bypass bridge. Wade delivered the prayer during the dedication ceremonies.
Fort Mill Mayor Charlie Powers hands a bow Thursday to Teria Sheffield, executive assistant to the York County manager, at the ribbon-cutting dedication on the new bridge of the northern bypass. Below, Benny Wade, associate pastor at First Baptist Church in Fort Mill, walks across the northern bypass bridge. Wade delivered the prayer during the dedication ceremonies.
Fort Mill Mayor Charlie Powers hands a bow Thursday to Teria Sheffield, executive assistant to the York County manager, at the ribbon-cutting dedication on the new bridge of the northern bypass. Below, Benny Wade, associate pastor at First Baptist Church in Fort Mill, walks across the northern bypass bridge. Wade delivered the prayer during the dedication ceremonies.

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