ASAP of Anderson will celebrate its move to a new office building in Clinton with a building dedication ceremony on Thursday, October 24.
ASAP had been in the Robert Jolley Building on Main Street in Clinton for 10 years, a press release said.
The building dedication ceremony is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. October 24 at 131 South Charles G. Seivers Boulevard in Clinton. Everyone is invited, the press release said.
The ceremony will include coffee and light snacks, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and open house for community members to explore the new space, the press release said.
“The building, generously provided by Anderson County Schools and the Board of Education, was previously used for Adult Education, which has now been relocated,” the press release said. “With the help of volunteers and donors, the building has been revived into a brand-new space.”
Founded in 2008, ASAP of Anderson’s mission is to prevent and reduce substance misuse in youth and adults in Anderson County. To partner with ASAP, learn more about their mission, or make a donation, go to www.ASAPofAnderson.org or call (865) 457-3007.
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