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Richland County Children Services Board Meeting

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/14/2014

Richland County Children Services welcomed three new board members to it's 9 member panel Monday night. Executive Director of the North End Community Improvement Collaborative, Deanna West-Torrence, Renee Bessick, Principal at Woodland Elementary, and Attorney, Jason Murray were introduced and attended their first board meeting at RCCS.

New member Renee Bessick is excited for this new opportunity. "I'm all about kids, anything to make their lives better, more experienced, I'm all about that. It's really a great opportunity for me to have some input "

Richland County Children Services protects children at risk of abuse, neglect or dependency; they provide children the opportunity to live in a safe, nurturing and permanent family and they strengthen and support families in meeting the needs of the children. The board mantains these services, engages community partners, and manages financial obligations. Last year they helped over 2,100 children.

   
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