Jennifer Garner reads “Quick As A Cricket” to Tersia Singleton and Jeannette Isaac's class at Bishopville Primary School. Garner, a celebrity representative of Save the Children, toured the school  Wednesday morning, as well as visited a home that receives the services the nonprofit provides to families in poverty. Since 2003, the nonprofit has partnered with 15 S.C. communities in 6 counties, serving 6,616 children.
Jennifer Garner reads “Quick As A Cricket” to Tersia Singleton and Jeannette Isaac's class at Bishopville Primary School. Garner, a celebrity representative of Save the Children, toured the school Wednesday morning, as well as visited a home that receives the services the nonprofit provides to families in poverty. Since 2003, the nonprofit has partnered with 15 S.C. communities in 6 counties, serving 6,616 children. Kim Kim Foster-Tobin kkfoster@thestate.com
Jennifer Garner reads “Quick As A Cricket” to Tersia Singleton and Jeannette Isaac's class at Bishopville Primary School. Garner, a celebrity representative of Save the Children, toured the school Wednesday morning, as well as visited a home that receives the services the nonprofit provides to families in poverty. Since 2003, the nonprofit has partnered with 15 S.C. communities in 6 counties, serving 6,616 children. Kim Kim Foster-Tobin kkfoster@thestate.com

Actress Jennifer Garner, a Save the Children advocate, visits SC school (+ video)

April 15, 2015 02:11 PM

UPDATED April 16, 2015 10:15 AM

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