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First Citizens donation

First Citizens Bank presented a $15,000 grant to Clarendon Hall for construction of the Saints Wellness Center at the Nov. 1 chapel service for students. Front row: First Citizens representatives Senior Vice President and South Midlands Market Manager Matthew Way, Vice President and Financial Sales Manager Elaine Elmore and S.C. East Area Executive Assistant Tessa Corbett, and Clarendon Hall board members Tripp James and Travis McIntosh. Second row: Clarendon Hall varsity football Coach Mike Corbett, Clarendon Hall Land Trust Chair John Ducworth, Clarendon Hall board members Brian Corbett, Emily Robinson-Bair, Whitney Phillips, Ray Elliott and Bridget Wells, and Clarendon Hall Athletic Director Richie Way.

Special to The T&D

SUMMERTON -- Clarendon Hall announced receipt of a $15,000 grant from First Citizens Bank for construction of the Saints Wellness Center.

The facility will be adjacent to the gym and will promote strength training and wellness for athletes and all students. The building will house a new weight room and training center with treadmill and elliptical machines.

“This has been a longtime need, and our students are excited about having a facility dedicated to physical fitness. I sincerely appreciate the First Citizens Bank grant and ongoing support of Clarendon Hall. This center will be an inspiration for present and future Saints.”

“First Citizens Bank is proud to support the construction of an athletic facility for Clarendon Hall’s students,” the banks's South Carolina East Area Executive Mike Wolfe said. “These students are our future, and we applaud the school’s efforts to provide a quality education, encourage a healthy lifestyle, and prepare students to make successful life choices. We hope the new athletic facility will provide a place where children can be inspired to reach their highest potential.”

Clarendon Hall has launched a capital campaign to raise the funds needed for construction of the project. Because Clarendon Hall is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. For more information, contact the school office at (803) 485-3550.

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