Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employee Tony Kelley (seated right) and Blue Ridge Security Solutions employee Judy Keenan (seated middle) recently presented the Center for Developmental Services a check for $16,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of the Center for Developmental Services was Dana McConnell, executive director (seated left). Also in attendance (standing from left to right) were Blue Ridge Fest sponsors Tracy Lamb and Henry Harrison of American Services Inc.; Cathy Tabor, Bill Love, Debra Capps and Lee Alexander of Earth FM; Kim Mann of Integral Solutions Group; and John Cessarich of WYFF 4.

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Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Tony Kelley and Mark McCall (left) recently presented The Dream Center of Pickens County a check for $17,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Accepting on behalf of The Dream Center (pictured left to right) were Michael Barnes, Joey Turner, Ashley Cox, Amanda Taylor, Chris and Jim Wilson, as well as co-founders Aimee White and Shannon Leatherwood.

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Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative employees Jay Bagwell, Chad Davidson and Jake Stewart (bottom right) presented North Greenville Food Crisis Ministry a check for $16,000 from the 19th annual Blue Ridge Fest. Board members Linda Hollis, Joanne Turner, Anne Jones, David Simmons, Jimmy Gaddy, Clyde Carr and Martha Bates accepted on behalf of the organization.

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