CN2 Today – Art gallery, helping at risk youth, arts gala & cereal dessert!

ROCK HILL, S.C. (CN2 TODAY) – This week on CN2 Today host Renee O’Neil and cohost Jenna Woods are learning more about an art gallery in Clover that is featuring a Black History Month display.

Plus, a coin that George Washington used to pay for a meal in Lancaster is on display. We will tell you where you can see it.

And who likes cereal for breakfast? How about dessert?! We get an inside look at Day and Night Cereal Bar in Rock Hill.

Plus, a Rock Hill couple is making it their mission to help at risk youth in the community learn job and life skills at Better Bound Bookstore and Youth Development.

And “The Fellas” organization continues to mentor youth and help the community. We learn more about its mission in honor of Black History Month.

Bring out your 80’s attire for the Lancaster County Council of the Arts upcoming Gala! CN2’s Carolina Hasty learns more about how you can get your tickets!

Join us for the fun by clicking the video above!

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