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The Junior Welfare League truly serves our community. Read below how they awarded other organizations and agencies at their annual Spring Dinner. Also, the 2017 Gobble Wobble will benefit 3 agencies. Thank you again ladies! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Rock Hill, SC, May 23, 2017- Four local nonprofit organizations received funds totaling $66,239.80 from the Junior Welfare League, Inc. at its Spring Dinner on Thursday, May 18, 2017. The Spring Dinner is an annual event held by Active, Sustaining and Provisional members of the League to celebrate a year of successful fundraising and service. Eleven new Provisional members were also approved for Active membership at the event, which was held at The Gettys Center. Gobble Wobble Chair Brenda Dannelly presented funds totaling $57,865.00 to The Jeffrey Lee Williams Foundation. The funds will support a county-wide effort to make residents and emergency responders safer and more aware of carbon monoxide (CO). This plan aims to provide the 18 fire departments in York County with 2,000 CO alarms to install in residential homes, 45 portable always-on monitors for York County first responders and 27 hand-held CO fingertip diagnostic monitors for EMS departments. Money raised at the League’s Twice Is Nice boutique and JWL Brunch Boutique event were awarded to Tender Heart Ministries and Hospice. Julia Rogers, General Fundraising Chair, presented the $3000.00 grant to Tender Heart Ministries and Tara Park, Twice Is Nice Chair, presented the $2000.00 grant to Hospice. Shannon Martin, 2017-2018 Gobble Wobble Chair, announced that funds raised during the 2017 Gobble Wobble will benefit 3 agencies: York County Council on Aging, Rock Hill Parks Foundation and Pilgrim’s Inn. Officers who served on the 2016-2017 JWL Executive Board are Susan Miskelly (Past President), Clair Britt (President), Nicole Flippin (Vice President), Kelly Gedert (Director of Finance), Gina Rogers (Treasurer), Katie Vogel (Corresponding Secretary), and Lacey Ngo (Recording Secretary).

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Cindi Lanthrip YoungbloodThis is so awesome and so well deserved to making a difference!!!!!2   ·  2 days ago

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We are so honored and grateful to receive the Junior Welfare League large grant for $57,683! Thank you ladies, race sponsors and runners/walkers and all who made the 2016 #jwlgobblewobble such a success. Your commitment to help York County #beCOsafe is greatly appreciated. Thank you! ❤ ... See MoreSee Less

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Vivian Reynolds Robinson, Carrie Lynch Gordon and 23 others like this

Cindy Taubenkimel HuntCongratulations to such a wonderful organization.1   ·  6 days ago

Robert D. WhiteOutstanding! Congratulations.1   ·  6 days ago

KevinHeather SheltonCongratulations!!1   ·  5 days ago

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How Carbon Monoxide Detectors are Helping Moms Protect Kids: "To protect against possible exposure, pregnant mothers should have carbon monoxide detectors installed in their home—particularly in bedrooms or rooms that feature gas or wood-burning heating devices."

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Bobby knows how to #travelCOsafe ❤
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He did it... he really did it! Be the first to check out Bobby's new Truck 17 in person at Speed Street in the Morris-Jenkins Kids Area May 25-27th!! #Truck17 Get all the details on Speed Street here:

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He did it... he really did it!

Be the first to check out Bobby's new Truck 17 in person at Speed Street in the Morris-Jenkins Kids Area May 25-27th!! #Truck17

Get all the details on Speed Street here:

Grateful for a generous donor that allowed us to provide this equipment. ... See MoreSee Less

Huge thank you to the Jeffrey Lee Williams Foundation for donating 6 always on personal carbon monoxide detectors to the Moncks Corner Fire Department. Please visit to learn more about this amazing organization that is helping keep people safe from this silent killer! #MCFD #beCOsafe

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This week a new law in Minnesota, #SophiasLaw, requires #carbonmonoxide detectors on certain boats, with sleeping quarters for instance. This is the heart wrenching testimony of Sophia's mom about the day Sophia died from CO poisoning on the family's boat. She says "there are no second chances when it comes to carbon monoxide." We agree...
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Dr. Courtney Baechler provided emotional testimony in support of Sophia's Law, a proposal to require carbon monoxide detection on motorboats. Dr. Baechler lo...

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Darlene Kirchman, Pamela King and 12 others like this

Candee Howell BrakefieldOh my goodness. I would not have ever thought it could happen on a boat.2   ·  3 weeks ago

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