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  • To say thank you for their service, breakfast was served in Fort Mill

    The Community Interfaith Coalition, a collection of church, civic and nonprofit groups mainly in Fort Mill and Tega Cay, held its first public event Wednesday with a First Responders Appreciation Breakfast. They flipped pancakes, scrambled eggs and spooned out fruit for several local agencies. They even made takeout boxes for delivery to local fire stations.

The Community Interfaith Coalition, a collection of church, civic and nonprofit groups mainly in Fort Mill and Tega Cay, held its first public event Wednesday with a First Responders Appreciation Breakfast. They flipped pancakes, scrambled eggs and spooned out fruit for several local agencies. They even made takeout boxes for delivery to local fire stations.
The Community Interfaith Coalition, a collection of church, civic and nonprofit groups mainly in Fort Mill and Tega Cay, held its first public event Wednesday with a First Responders Appreciation Breakfast. They flipped pancakes, scrambled eggs and spooned out fruit for several local agencies. They even made takeout boxes for delivery to local fire stations.

Fort Mill, Tega Cay police answer early call — to the breakfast table

October 19, 2016 5:50 PM