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She retired as manager of quality and training from E. On November 2,November 4, and November she was elected and re-elected to the Camden City Council, the first African American female to hold that position. Drakeford enjoys working in her church. She is a former Sunday School teacher, Trustee, Usher, Missionary and has served as coordinator of activities for the youth of the church and community. She is married to Ernest Drakeford Jr. Councilmember Jeffrey R. Graham returned to the Camden City Council in Jeffrey Graham takes pride in his hometown. He was born and raised in this historic city and remains deeply engaged in the life of his community.
His continuing priorities include economic development, infrastructure, strategic planning, education and tourism.
Jeffrey is a local, small business owner of Graham Realty, Inc. Jeffrey and his wife, Sara, are the proud parents of a son, Edwards, and daughter, Bailey. Deborah grew up in Columbia, SC and comes from a family of five educators. She graduated from Columbia College with a degree in speech and theatre. Her marriage to Tom Davis of 36 years produced four children and five grandchildren and led to a twenty five year national and international sales and marketing career, taking her to Canada, England, the Bahamas and U. S cities. For the last six years she has been the Manager of the Habitat Restore.
She is blessed daily knowing that Habitat is helping deserving families with homes and life skills. Her experiences have taught her how to deal with people from diverse backgrounds and points of view to achieve mutual goals and objectives. Deborah by nature is a people person and welcomes the chance to interact with people from all walks of life. She is a great listener and is eager to hear thoughts and dreams for the community. Deborah loves that Camden has such a rich history and eclectic population which makes it such an interesting place to live.
She has a sincere understanding and empathy for the disenfranchised and intends to serve all people.
She supports well thought-out grass roots efforts to benefit everyone. Councilmember Joanna B. Earlier in her career, Joanna worked in magazine publishing at the New Yorker magazine and as managing editor of Sporting Classic, a national magazine now based in Columbia. Her work has led to several awards, including a SC Legislature Concurrent Resolution recognizing her work; a Martha Washington Medal by the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution for her leadership in creating a Congressional-pending national heritage area and advocate for the protection of the Battle of Camden Site.
Inshe testified before the U. Long ago Craig swapped her tennis racquet for early morning KC Rec. Department swims and year-round walks in the historic districts. Joanna has one daughter, Megan, a graduate of Camden High School, who resides in El Cerrito, California, with her husband and two children.
Stephen Smoak is a native of Camden who attended the local public schools graduating from Camden High School in Stephen was twice elected to Kershaw County Council representing the 5th District Camden area from He served as Vice-Chairman of Council during the final two years. Having served as a board member for multiple charitable entities in Kershaw County.
They are active members of First Baptist Church in Camden. She brings a fresh face to city government which enables her to see things openly.Single girls in Lugoff Kershaw SC
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