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Redford and Benny Return to Promote a New Route on Serene18 Paddle Trail



Redford and Benny have returned for an encore and some news.

The duo, who gained popularity as the face of the Serene18 Paddle Trail campaign in a promotional video released in June 2020, will appear in a seven-minute short film was released at 10 a.m. July 30, according to Shelly Blackburn, exe...

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  1. Love the idea of using our existing waters for recreation activities. The county can’t build what is already available at our river, lakes, and streams. Wonderful natural assets exist in the county and we are blessed to have our large man made Clarks Hill Lake.

  2. Have to put a plug in for turkey and Stevens Creek east of Plum Branch and Modoc SC, beautiful scenery and paddle. You have to educate yourself on water levels before you go. Too low to go now.

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