Children work Wednesday on art in the new art studio at the Beaufort Boys & Girls Club on Boundary Street. Employees of local BB&T branches recently volunteered more than 100 combined hours to renovate the dilapidated room at the club. They cleaned, painted and added a new sink,
cabinets, storage areas and window treatments.
Children work Wednesday on art in the new art studio at the Beaufort Boys & Girls Club on Boundary Street. Employees of local BB&T branches recently volunteered more than 100 combined hours to renovate the dilapidated room at the club. They cleaned, painted and added a new sink, cabinets, storage areas and window treatments. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette
Children work Wednesday on art in the new art studio at the Beaufort Boys & Girls Club on Boundary Street. Employees of local BB&T branches recently volunteered more than 100 combined hours to renovate the dilapidated room at the club. They cleaned, painted and added a new sink, cabinets, storage areas and window treatments. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette

Room for art: Volunteers create studio at Beaufort Boys & Girls Club

July 11, 2011 12:01 AM

UPDATED July 08, 2011 06:36 PM

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