Children work on their homework after arriving at the Beaufort Boys and Girls Club Thursday afternoon. The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Beaufort Area is starting a fundraising push to raise $200,000 by Sept. 30. The club says it has had five years of decreased donations and grants as well as higher operating costs.
Children work on their homework after arriving at the Beaufort Boys and Girls Club Thursday afternoon. The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Beaufort Area is starting a fundraising push to raise $200,000 by Sept. 30. The club says it has had five years of decreased donations and grants as well as higher operating costs. Jonathan Dyer
Children work on their homework after arriving at the Beaufort Boys and Girls Club Thursday afternoon. The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Beaufort Area is starting a fundraising push to raise $200,000 by Sept. 30. The club says it has had five years of decreased donations and grants as well as higher operating costs. Jonathan Dyer

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