Smiles all around as groundbreaking ceremonies took place Saturday morning for the Kershaw County Community Playground in Lugoff. In less than nine months organizers were able to raise over $300,000 to fund the project and Saturday morning the Central Carolina Community Foundation presented a check for $50,000 to help fund the project.
Kershaw county council chairman Julian Burns telling the crowd the project shows that people in Kershaw county have a vision.
Laurey Carpenter chair of the playground committee said the Kershaw County Community Playground is just the first step in making Kershaw county the best place to live in the southeast. Construction will start in the coming weeks and ribbon cutting ceremonies are set to take place in November.