Jo'Lisha Brown, 4 and Logan Conner, 5, of Spartanburg enjoy a ride on Sheba, Narroway's iconic camel, assisted by Fort Mill resident and Cast Manager Adaiah Paul. Sheba has spent all of her 18 years at Narroway and is a cast member in many shows. The theater ministry asked York County to help pay for an expansion to a new site across the road.
Jo'Lisha Brown, 4 and Logan Conner, 5, of Spartanburg enjoy a ride on Sheba, Narroway's iconic camel, assisted by Fort Mill resident and Cast Manager Adaiah Paul. Sheba has spent all of her 18 years at Narroway and is a cast member in many shows. The theater ministry asked York County to help pay for an expansion to a new site across the road. Kelly Lessard Fort Mill Times File
Jo'Lisha Brown, 4 and Logan Conner, 5, of Spartanburg enjoy a ride on Sheba, Narroway's iconic camel, assisted by Fort Mill resident and Cast Manager Adaiah Paul. Sheba has spent all of her 18 years at Narroway and is a cast member in many shows. The theater ministry asked York County to help pay for an expansion to a new site across the road. Kelly Lessard Fort Mill Times File

NarroWay wants money to grow in Fort Mill, but first, county officials have questions

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