Grant recipients pose for a picture  with members  of the Heritage Classic Foundation after a charity luncheon at the  Plantation Club in Sea Pines on Thursday. The money, totaling $200,000,  was provided by a grant from Verizon and was distributed to a dozen area  nonprofit groups at the event.
Grant recipients pose for a picture with members of the Heritage Classic Foundation after a charity luncheon at the Plantation Club in Sea Pines on Thursday. The money, totaling $200,000, was provided by a grant from Verizon and was distributed to a dozen area nonprofit groups at the event. Jay Karr, the Island Packet
Grant recipients pose for a picture with members of the Heritage Classic Foundation after a charity luncheon at the Plantation Club in Sea Pines on Thursday. The money, totaling $200,000, was provided by a grant from Verizon and was distributed to a dozen area nonprofit groups at the event. Jay Karr, the Island Packet

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