Saluda’s First-ever Volunteer Fair Was a Big Success

Saluda’s First-ever Volunteer Fair Was a Big Success

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Saluda’s First-ever Volunteer Fair Was a Big Success

“It was better than we had hoped for,” said George Sweet, Vice Chair of the Saluda Downtown Foundation, Inc., which organized the fair. “It was a great turnout.”

Fair attendee Nancy King said, “We just became full-time residents this spring and were eager to meet people and have ways to get involved. The volunteer fair was perfect! We both signed up for many groups and were excited to talk about the possibilities this effort created for us.”

The organizations that participated were from Polk and Henderson counties and included Saluda Historic Depot and Museum, Saluda Arts Festival, Sister City, Saluda Elementary School, MountainTrue, Conserving Carolina, Saluda Community Land Trust, Blue Ridge Literacy Council, Thermal Belt Outreach Ministry, Saluda Tailgate Market, Top of the Grade Concert Series, Saluda Community Table, Saluda Living in Place, The Medical Loan Closet of Henderson County, the Free Clinics, Polk County Health & Human Services Agency, Autumn Care of Saluda, Saluda Senior Center and Pop-Up Pantry of Saluda……

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