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Youth-driven Salkehatchie Summer Service ministry reaches out one nail at a time
Tyler Owens has developed quite a reputation on Plyler Road in the Southside community.
When homeowner Bernard Patterson learned that his small frame house was going to be invaded and repaired this week by Salkehatchie Summer Service teenagers and volunteers bearing hammers, saws and paintbrushes, he only had one request.
Patterson wanted Tyler to be one of them.
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