The Junior Service League of Summerville has announced a donation of $25,000 to the Public Works Art Center through the league’s long range-planning fund.
“We have the opportunity to give out the abundance that has been cultivated through years of partnership and fundraising with local businesses; which then aids growth for our nonprofit organizations in the Summerville community,” said Beth Myers, president of the Junior Service League of Summerville. “I cannot wait for the Public Works Art Center to open so that the entire community can enjoy.”
In a news release Myers said the League is excited to be a part of the new center and its commitment to serve Summerville through art.
The Junior Service League of Summerville was founded in 1988 by a group of women who were interested in bettering Summerville. Since then, the JSL has played a pivotal role in promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving the Summerville community.