In this file photo, Sandra Chavez, chairman of the United Way board, left, and Clarence Walker, CEO of United Way of the Lowcountry, right, laugh after singing the "Happy Birthday" song along with the audience to commemorate the 125th anniversary of United Way during the 2012 Campaign Kickoff at the Bluffton Boys & Girls Club.
In this file photo, Sandra Chavez, chairman of the United Way board, left, and Clarence Walker, CEO of United Way of the Lowcountry, right, laugh after singing the "Happy Birthday" song along with the audience to commemorate the 125th anniversary of United Way during the 2012 Campaign Kickoff at the Bluffton Boys & Girls Club. Delayna Earley The Island Packet
In this file photo, Sandra Chavez, chairman of the United Way board, left, and Clarence Walker, CEO of United Way of the Lowcountry, right, laugh after singing the "Happy Birthday" song along with the audience to commemorate the 125th anniversary of United Way during the 2012 Campaign Kickoff at the Bluffton Boys & Girls Club. Delayna Earley The Island Packet

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