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Congratulations to Destiny of Greenwood and the National Park Service - Ninety Six National Historic Site, for being selected as the 2 non-profit organizations to be onsite at the year's festival! 

Destiny of Greenwood

Destiny of Greenwood is a non-profit organization that provides healthy meals and snacks for children up to age 18 in Greenwood and surrounding areas and is funded by the South Carolina Child and Adult Food Care Program (CAFCP).   Destiny has been operating since 2004; serving over 30,000 meals.

National Park Service  - Ninety Six National Historic Site 

Ninety Six National Historic Site tells the story of the Native Americans, Settlers and Soldiers who lived and fought during the American Revolution. The longest field siege of the American Revolution took place in Ninety Six lasting 28 days in May and June 1781. The National Park Service invites everyone to #FindYourPark in celebration of their 100th Birthday! 

 

Ninety Six National Historic Site tells the story of the Native Americans, Settlers, and Soldiers who lived and fought during the American Revolution. The longest field siege of the American Revolution took place in Ninety Six lasting 28 days in May and June 1781. The National Park Service invites everyone to #FindYourPark in celebration of our 100th Birthday! 
Ninety Six National Historic Site tells the story of the Native Americans, Settlers, and Soldiers who lived and fought during the American Revolution. The longest field siege of the American Revolution took place in Ninety Six lasting 28 days in May and June 1781. The National Park Service invites everyone to #FindYourPark in celebration of our 100th Birthday! 
Ninety Six National Historic Site tells the story of the Native Americans, Settlers, and Soldiers who lived and fought during the American Revolution. The longest field siege of the American Revolution took place in Ninety Six lasting 28 days in May and June 1781. The National Park Service invites everyone to #FindYourPark in celebration of our 100th Birthday! 
Ninety Six National Historic Site tells the story of the Native Americans, Settlers, and Soldiers who lived and fought during the American Revolution. The longest field siege of the American Revolution took place in Ninety Six lasting 28 days in May and June 1781. The National Park Service invites everyone to #FindYourPark in celebration of our 100th Birthday!