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December 19, 2017

Winthrop Pi Kapp Makes a Difference

Written by Michael D. Crump

Time is the most valuable asset known to man. Every individual uses the time they have on what they find worthwhile. Some pour themselves into a job, their children, a hobby or helping others.

For Beaufort High School graduate Farrell Wright, Epsilon Eta (Winthrop), the latter is how he has chosen to spend his time.

Now 20 and a junior at Winthrop University, he is a social work major with a passion for making the lives of others better.

“I honestly do not have any type of motivation as to why I do the volunteer work,” Wright said. “I guess you can say I always wanted to give back to the world that has given so much to me.”

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