Irmo Town Council Candidate Gabriel Penfield Honors D5 Employee

Gabriel Penfield, a candidate for Irmo Town Council, expressed appreciation for Julius Scott’s contributions as the Lexington-Richland School District Five Community Support Services Coordinator. In recognition of Scott’s collaborative efforts in areas like Harbison Gardens, Penfield presented him with a framed article from the New Irmo News.

The presentation took place during the Greater Irmo Chamber of Commerce’s ‘coffee talk’ held at Stars and Strikes at 8 am on Tuesday mornings. Penfield, committed to fostering community involvement, used this opportunity to encourage more citizens to actively participate in their communities.

By recognizing the dedicated efforts of individuals like Julius Scott, Penfield aims to inspire community engagement and highlight the importance of collaboration between educational institutions and the broader community for the betterment of Irmo.