Sharanda Simmons, 14, left, and her sister Shida, 25, of Goose Creek, get drenched at Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark in North Charleston in the summer of 2014. Richland County Council approved a $20 million contract for what it hopes will be one of the largest water parks in the state.
Sharanda Simmons, 14, left, and her sister Shida, 25, of Goose Creek, get drenched at Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark in North Charleston in the summer of 2014. Richland County Council approved a $20 million contract for what it hopes will be one of the largest water parks in the state. The State File photograph
Sharanda Simmons, 14, left, and her sister Shida, 25, of Goose Creek, get drenched at Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark in North Charleston in the summer of 2014. Richland County Council approved a $20 million contract for what it hopes will be one of the largest water parks in the state. The State File photograph

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