The United Way of Henderson County held an open house and anniversary celebration Tuesday at its new office inside the Kimberly-Clark Berkeley Mills facility on Smyth Avenue.
"Words cannot express our gratitude to Kimberly-Clark for this most generous gift of office space," United Way vice chair Todd Webb said. "As we celebrate this new facility and the accomplishments of UWHC over the past 60 years, we thank you all for 'Living United' and we invite you to join us in the next 60 years of caring for our community."
Webb presented a plaque to Kimberly-Clark plant manager John Bruce and Melanie Matteson in appreciation for the space.
"We are thrilled to be able to share this space with United Way. We share the common interest of making Henderson County a better place for all residents and this space will allow United Way to accomplish that goal more efficiently," Bruce said in a news release.
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