SEARCH LATEST NEWS March Of Dimes Home Privacy Archive MARCH OF DIMES POSTED BY EIZ ON THURSDAY, 19 JANUARY, 2012, 7:14 AM GO March-Of-Dimes.png The 2012 March of Dimes March for Babies campaign in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties will culminate with a walk at 9 am Saturday, April 14, at the Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center in Edisto Memorial Gardens. The 2012 Ambassador Family is Marsh and ... Share | MARCH OF DIMES POSTED BY EIZ ON THURSDAY, 19 JANUARY, 2012, 7:14 AM Advanced Search Privacy About Our Ads Home more QUICK CLICKS: Obituaries Milestones Classifieds Subscriptions Contact Us NIE Ad Center Special Sections News more Local News Top News National Business Crime & Courts Education Multimedia Agriculture Weather/Traffic Obituaries Sports more Local High School Bulldogzone College S. The 2012 March of Dimes March for Babies campaign in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties will culminate with a walk at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Orangeburg County Fine Arts Center in Edisto Memorial Gardens. The 2012 Ambassador Family is Marsh and Jennifer Stark of Orangeburg. The Starks’ triplets — Mary Blanche, Edwin and Charles — were born six weeks early. Pictured are, from left, Jennifer Stark’s mother Mary Ann Smith, Marsh Stark and Jennifer Stark. The top 10 fundraising teams for the 2011 March for Babies were C.F. Evans, which raised $9,268; the Regional Medical Center, $6,584; Zeus Industrial Products Inc., $6,235; Husqvarna, $5,000; K- Mart, $4,841; Orangeburg County, $4,768; Orangeburg Consolidated School District 5, $4,284; Alpha Phi Alpha, Iota Eta Lambda Chapter, $3,725; Orangeburg Department of Public Utilities, $3,500; and South Carolina State University, $3,478. The March of Dimes Circle of Champions, who raised $1,000 or more, included Carl Clark, Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Zeta Chapter; Larry Rivers, Alpha Phi Alpha, Iota Eta Lambda Chapter; Heather Callahan, Team Morgan Kate Callahan; Cynthia Griffin, Orangeburg County; John Fields, Orangeburg DPU; Kimberlei Davis; and Benjamin Brown, Team Seraphim. For 40 years, the March of Dimes March for Babies has been raising money to find answers for premature birth and defects with the legions of individuals who pull together for a common cause. This year, individuals in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties will be among more than seven million people in some 900 communities nationwide who will lace up their sneakers to participate. "It's a silent disease, and the more we can publicize it, the more we can make inroads into avoiding children coming into their lives too soon," said Tom Dandridge, chairperson of the 2012 March of Dimes March for Babies campaign in Orangeburg and Calhoun counties.
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