3 directors named, and charitable status OK in works from IRS
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 at 5:55 pm (Updated: December 19, 5:13 pm)
SIMPSONVILLE – The ever-growing parks program in Simpsonville is going to have a new option for raising money to pay for those programs.
Following the lead set two years ago by the Shelby County Parks & Recreation Department, Simpsonville’s city commissioners on Wednesday gave unanimous approval to formal documents that create the Simpsonville Parks Foundation.
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