Highlights from the Clara Barton Society Kick-Off!

On October 4, 2012 we hosted a Clara Barton Society reception to honor our members throughout the Columbia Region. We are thrilled that we had representation from all six chapters in our region.

Thank you to all of the members that came, our guest speakers, our corporate partners and our wonderful staff for planning such a great event.  It truly was a wonderful evening at the Governor’s Mansion!

Here are highlights of the evening…

Guests check-in at the event welcome table.

Before the event began, members of our Tiffany Society of Women Leaders took a private tour of the Governor’s Mansion.

Clara Barton Society Members, Bhavna and Raj Vasudeva, Lyddie and Charlie Hansen, and Beth and Kevin Shwedo, enjoy the evening at the Governor’s Mansion.

Guests mingle before the progam begins.

Red Cross Disaster recipient, Mary Jane Peck, shares her moving personal home fire story.

Clara Barton Society Chair for the Aiken County Chapter, Lyddie Hansen, discusses the importance of supporting the Red Cross.

Our wonderful Columbia Region staff gather together for a photo.

A big thank you to our planning committee, Madison Webb, Courtney Melendez, Gabrielle Barnes and Paula Thayer.

Thank you to our Clara Barton Society Celebration Partners!

We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support of our Clara Barton Society members! Their financial donations help make our mission a reality each and every day.

Membership in the Clara Barton Society is open to all who invest a minimum of $1,000 to help fulfill the humanitarian mission of the Red Cross down the street, across the country and around the world. For more information on becoming a  member, please call 803-540-1225 or contact your local Red Cross office.

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