Church makes donation to Scholarship Program


MANNING, S.C. – On Tuesday, March 7, Jordan United Methodist Church of Manning presented a check to the Central Carolina Technical College Foundation to benefit its Foundation Scholarship Program at CCTC’s F.E. DuBose Campus in Manning.

This is the church’s seventh donation to the Jordan United Methodist Church Scholarship, which was established in 2011 to provide scholarships to Clarendon County students attending Central Carolina Technical College. More than 37 students from Clarendon County have benefitted to date from the generosity of Jordan United Methodist Church.

Reverend Katherine Haselden, George and Carole Summers and Sunday school instructor, Ken Phelps, presented the check to CCTC Foundation Director Meree McAlister.

Representatives from Jordan United Methodist Church of Manning present CCTC Foundation Director, Meree, McAlister (center), with a check to benefit the Foundation Scholarship Program


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