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Service awards presented at Clarendon County Council meeting


The Clarendon County Council recognized several long-serving employees during their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, June 10.

Willie Moses Parker was honored for his forty-five years of dedicated service as a heavy equipment operator with the public works department. Although Mr. Parker was absent at the meeting, the council acknowledged his commitment and contributions.

Thomaysina McBride received a clock and plaque in recognition of her thirty-five years of service as a Mayor with the Clarendon County Detention Center. The council commended Ms. McBride for her dedication and long-standing commitment to the county.

Following the service recognition and two public comments, Anitra Hammett was appointed to a four-year term on the Harvin Clarendon County Library Board, representing District Two. The council expressed confidence in Hammett’s ability to serve the community in this new role.

The meeting underscored the council’s appreciation for the hard work and dedication of its long-serving employees, as well as its commitment to community representation and involvement.