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So often foster parents don't get the recognition they deserve for their contributions to children who have been taken out of traumatic situations, but that wasn't the case May 15.
At Etta's Kitchen in Lancaster, the local S.C. Department of Social Services office showed its foster parents how much they're appreciated with a banquet.
DSS takes children taken out of abusive or neglect situations as deemed by the courts.
The children are then placed into the foster program for placement in a nurturing environment with qualified foster parents.
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