• Wednesday, September 18, 2013


Pegasus Steel CEO Tony Deering (second from left) presents a donation check to Carolina Youth Development Center CEO Barbara Kelley-Duncan (far left) on Sept. 3. Also pictured are Portia Sisk, Pegasus Steel vice president of human resources, and Callen-Lacey Center for Children of Carolina Youth Development Center volunteer coordinator Elizabeth Urko. Deering, along with other Pegasus employees, formed a team of competitors for a 13-hour endurance event held this summer in Charleston.  Pegasus raised approximately $16,700 in donations through competitor sponsorships for Callen-Lacey Center of CYDC.


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