Kevin is the new part-time Administrator at the Center. Taking over this position in October of 2016.
Linda is the new part-time Program Coordinator at WFLC. Linda spent many years at the Center when it first started and returned in June of 2017.
Rose Sherman and Susan Cloer.
Rose and Susan both are Coachs in the After School Program and also helped out in the Summer program.
The Wallace Family Life Center is funded by the various districts of the United Methodist Women of the South Carolina Conference. Additionally, we receive gifts from many churches throughout South Carolina who share in our mission of providing educational, cultural, recreational and religious programs to enrich the lives of the people in the Wallace community.
The WFLC is a not for profit organization, classified as a 501 (c) (3) organization by the Internal Revenue Service and was established in 1979 by the United Methodist Women.
The WFLC invites you and your church members to visit the Center anytime you are in the area. Please call ahead (843) 479-7991 to schedule a visit so we can answer any questions you might have regarding the Center and its operations.
The WFLC currently has a 17 year old bus that is creeping along on life support. We are establishing a special fund so that we can look forward to a day where we can find a replacement. All donations to this project are greatly appreciated. We are located in a very rural part of Marlboro County and rely greatly on our bus for transporting people to and from the Center on a daily basis. See the link below to donate today!
WFLC is pleased to introduce the new program Coordinator at the Center, Mrs. Linda Sanders!!! Come by the Center and see how Mrs. Sanders can help you with your educational needs.
The WFLC website is brand new and we are learning daily, so please be patient as we develop and change the site over time to better reflect the Center and those we serve. Check back often to see those changes and additions.
Our facility has some age on it and we now need to replace our 18 year old AC unit for the multipurpose room. The cost will be a little over $5,000.00. Any contributions made toward this will be greatly appreciated.
After over 30 years of use we need some new floor covering throughout the Center. The building is in need of painting on the exterior, along with replacing various rotted trim boards.
The WFLC is always in need of paper products such as; toilet paper, paper towels, paper plates, and napkins. We can also benefit from school supplies such as: pencils, erasers, copy paper, book bags, color markers, and crayons. Your support allows us to help others in need.
Enjoying some Holiday treats form Aldersgate UMC
WFLC After School program starts on Monday, September 11th and runs from 2:30 until 5:00 Monday through Friday. Call the Center at 843-479-7991 if you have questions. Ask for Linda Sanders, our Program Coordinator, she will be happy to help. The WFLC follows the Marlboro County School Systems yearly schedule.
WFLC offers adult arts and crafts classes on Tuesdays, starting on September 26th at 9:00 AM. Class ends at 12:00 noon and a hot lunch is provided afterwards.
Your support of $99.00 will allow us to better improve the older adult programs at the Center. Donate Now and help us grow this important ministry at WFLC.
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