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  • Would you give $19.82 for Tega Cay to market new Catawba Park?

    Tega Cay Mayor George Sheppard is asking for residents to take part in a fundraising effort named "1982," referencing the year the town was founded. The money raised will go towards marketing the new Catawba Park, which will be the third largest complex of its size in York County behind Cherry Park and Manchester Meadows, both in Rock Hill.

Would you give $19.82 for Tega Cay to market new Catawba Park?

Tega Cay Mayor George Sheppard is asking for residents to take part in a fundraising effort named "1982," referencing the year the town was founded. The money raised will go towards marketing the new Catawba Park, which will be the third largest complex of its size in York County behind Cherry Park and Manchester Meadows, both in Rock Hill.
David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com