The Duke Energy Foundation gave $15,000 to the Chapman Cultural Center on April 10 to support arts and science education in Spartanburg County. Chapman Cultural Center is where eight cultural organizations “co-locate” to serve the people of Upstate South Carolina. Chapman Cultural Center serves nearly 48,000 students and teachers in Spartanburg County yearly with award-winning and innovative arts and science education programming that cultivates and celebrates a child’s personal creativity and imaginative problem-solving skills. (photo submitted by Steve Wong)
The Duke Energy Foundation gave $15,000 to the Chapman Cultural Center on April 10 to support arts and science education in Spartanburg County. Chapman Cultural Center is where eight cultural organizations “co-locate” to serve the people of Upstate South Carolina. Chapman Cultural Center serves nearly 48,000 students and teachers in Spartanburg County yearly with award-winning and innovative arts and science education programming that cultivates and celebrates a child’s personal creativity and imaginative problem-solving skills. (photo submitted by Steve Wong)

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Duke Energy Foundation donates $15,000 to Chapman Cultural Center

Published 9:31am Monday, April 22, 2013

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