Certified Grown in South Carolina Grant

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The School Nutrition Association of South Carolina receives grant to increase local foods in school cafeterias


Congratulations to our 17 schools who were awarded grants

Anderson 01
     Calhoun Academy of the Arts
Anderson 05
      North Pointe Elementary
Bamberg 02
      Denmark-Olar Elementary
Barnwell 19
      Macadonia Elementary
Barnwell 45
      Barnwell Elementary
Florence 04
      Brokington Elementary
Greenwood 50
      Woodfields Elementary
      Hodges Elementary
      Lakeview Elementary
Kershaw
      Midway Elementary
Pickens
      Prosperity Rikard Elementary
Spartanburg 03
      Clifdale Elementary
      Cowpens Elementary
Spartanburg 05
      Lyman Elementary
Spartanburg 06
      Fairforest Elementary
      Jesse Bobo Elementary
      Pauline Glenn Springs Elementary 

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School Nutrition Association of South Carolina (SNA of SC) has been awarded a $100,000 grant aimed at obtaining more local foods into school cafeterias around the state.

 The School Nutrition Association of South Carolina is receiving the implementation grant through the South Carolina Department of Agriculture in an effort to better connect school cafeterias and students with local farmers.

Receiving the check on behalf of the School Nutrition Association of SC:  Todd A. Bedenbaugh, Immediate Past President; Joyce Lovett, Executive Director; Hugh Weather, State Agriculture Commissioner presenting the check; and Leon Williams, President
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