“Don’t spend it if you don’t have it” offers Christina Bonaparte, a graduating senior from Rock Hill High, who has served on our Youth Advisory Board for one year. Bonaparte recently presented her project to the board and earned a $1,000 scholarship she’ll use in the fall at Converse College. She plans to major in education and psychology with hopes on one day becoming a guidance counselor.
Family Trust President/CEO Lee Gardner is one of nine people receiving the South Carolina Association for Volunteer Administration (SCAVA) award for 2014, according to the S.C. Governor’s Office.
Five Winthrop University students recently gave us a sneak peek of their art that will be displayed in our new headquarters on White Street. Featuring railroad ties, cut steel, a porcelain map of York County and teacups, the artwork will be displayed in the community room, break room and board room, and in lobby areas.
Grabbing a candy bar in our branches helps more than your sweet tooth. Proceeds from the sale of the candy, stuffed animals and coupon books will benefit four charities in York County. And you play the biggest role.
Fort Mill newcomer Kim Ward plans to start shopping for a house of her own this year. And the $1,000 she recently won in our Movin’ On Up” contest will give her a jumpstart on the furniture.
Spring cleaning will be much easier with free document shredding provided by Family Trust at the Earth Day Birthday Celebration Spring cleaning will be much easier with free document shredding provided by Family Trust at the Earth Day Birthday Celebration at Museum of York County on Saturday, April 26 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
They came to see old friends, enjoy the food and get a prize and hear updates. More than 450 members and guests attended our 57th Annual Meeting on Tuesday at the Baxter Hood Center in Rock Hill.
Good friends, good food and family always go together, and there will be both at our 57th Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 8, at the Baxter Hood Center at York Technical College in Rock Hill. The doors open at 5 p.m. with food served until the business meeting begins at 6:00.
It’s not a happy thought, but what if you had a stroke and were incapacitated for weeks? Who would pay your bills or make health decisions for you? No one without court intervention if you haven’t take the steps to give the person of your choice permission to speak for you.
Lucky players at Family Trust’s sixth annual Charity Golf Tournament on Tuesday, May 20, could win a new Ford car with a hole-in-one.