NEWBERRY COUNTY —The Interfaith Community Services of Newberry County thank all individuals and groups for donating to the Emergency Relief Fund which benefits the community.
The ICS is a cooperative group of lay people and clergy that provides service oriented ministries to those who experience a variety of needs. The money donated to the ICS Emergency Relief Fund is used to help people in the community mainly with utility bills and medical costs. The only administrative cost is to pay for the checks and all of the work is done by volunteers.
The following churches, organizations, businesses and individuals have donated generously during the last quarter of 2012: Glenn Street Baptist Church, St. Mark’s Catholic Church, Miriam Group of St. James Lutheran Church WELCA, Mary Braswell, Carolyn L. Wicker, Sue W. Counts, Macedonia Lutheran Church, Central United Methodist Church, Mt. Pleasant United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church Benevolence/Fellowship Fund, Bethel Baptist Church, Aveleigh Presbyterian Church, Sheila B. Shealy, Newberry Lions Club, Newberry Car Buffs, George G. Felker, Wade Pitts, Women of the Moose, Moose Lodge No. 2211, Kathy and Richard Harris, St. Matthew’s Baptist Church, Zion United Methodist Church Young at Heart, Newberry A.R.P. Church Circle No. 3, Mt. Tabor Lutheran Church, Lewis Memorial United Methodist Church, Bachman Chapel Lutheran Church, Central United Methodist Church Fellowship Class, St. Philip’s Lutheran Church Joy Fellowship, Frances and Bennie Sease, Erin Wood Bible Class of Epting United Methodist Church, St. James Lutheran Church Women of the ELSA, John and Carol Thompson, Lutheran Church of the Redeemer Frances Fesperman Sunday school class, Patricia and Thomas Shealy, Henri and Carolyn Bishop, St. Luke’s Lutheran Church Adult No. 1 Sunday school class, Sunie Mills Avance S.C., Wightman United Methodist Church Women, Bethany Evangelical Lutheran Church, Memorial for Susie Sligh Long by Margery Williams, Macedonia Lutheran Church WELCA, Duke: Share the Warmth, True Shadows Bridge Club and John and Barbara Weaver.
If you would like to donate to the Emergency Relief Fund, please mail your contribution to ICS Emergency Relief Fund, Fran Hatch, treasurer, 1250 Jones St., Newberry, S.C. 29108 or take it to the Department of Social Services Newberry office of Sarah Smith on Wilson Road.