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Dillard among honorees at Celebrating Successes Brunch

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Chandra Dillard (left) received the Burdette Leadership Award for her record of servant leadership and contributions toward enhancing the Upstate. Photo/GSA Business Report

During Ten at the Top’s Celebrating Successes Brunch, which took place Nov. 14, Furman University Director of Community Relations and South Carolina State Representative Chandra Dillard was recognized with the Burdette Leadership Award for her record of servant leadership and contributions toward enhancing the Upstate. City of Greer Mayor Rick Danner and City of Anderson Mayor Terence Roberts were also honored with the Welling Award for Regional Collaboration. GSA Business Report covered the news.

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