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Yesteryear - Aug. 29, 2012

23 YEARS AGO -- Aug. 28 - Sept. 1, 1989

Posted: August 28, 2012 3:03 p.m.
Updated: August 29, 2012 5:00 a.m.

Photo cutline -- Lugoff Elementary School’s new principal, James Ann Lynch shows retiring Principal Amy McLester new logo T-shirts for the 1989-90 school year.

Photo cutline -- Kershaw County Memorial’s recently expanded endoscopy lab means increased patient comfort and convenience. Staffing the lab are Karen Brazell, LPN, and Emmie Zirkle, RN.

Photo cutline -- Vacation Bible School fun -- Summer’s the time for Vacation Bible School, such as this class at Grace Episcopal Church, and when it’s over, chances are it’s time to return to school. Before leaving, however, these children made the “Creation Story” theme come alive by acting out grass, trees, moons, stars and sun. Seated are Brian Wilson, Adriane Cushman, John Boykin, Caroline Tucker, Catherine Shell, Caroline Wooten, Cindy Garrsion, Rachel Parrish, Meg Brunson, Sarah Goldstein, Kenzie Logan, Gray Biggins, Henry Anderson and Nicky Carlson.

Photo cutline -- Camden High senior tailback Chris Martin (2) heads out around left end on the strength of a block by junior tight end Chris Drakeford (23). Martin picked up 58 yards on 20 carries against Sumter. The Bulldogs, the state’s top ranked AAA team, will host Dreher Friday night at Zemp Stadium.

Photo cutline -- Lugoff-Elgin head coach Ed Porter confers with junior quarterback Jeff Caraway (10) along the sidelines during the game with Fairfield Central. The Demons will host Columbia Friday night at L-E Stadium.

Photo cutline -- Aluminum Cans For Burned Children is the cause, and hoping to make a strong success of it are Camden Fire Chief Bobby Parnell and Donelle Stoney, coordinator for the local ACBC campaign. Can donations can be made in receptacles at local businesses, or at the fire department, located at Camden City Hall.

Photo cutline -- Barbie Keith gives a snack to her daughter, Becky, 4. She inherited her love of cookery from her mother, Barbara Miller, and Becky no doubt will find it an important part of her heritage also.

Photo cutline -- Bobby Engram wide receiver for the Camden Bulldogs, pulls in a reception near the Sumter goal line during last Friday’s game. The play was called back on a penalty, but Engram later scored on a 52-yard pass reception from CHS quarterback Andre Carter. Engram was also in on 17 tackles from his defensive free safety position.

Photo cutline -- Pilot Club officers -- Officers of the Camden Pilot Club for 1989-90 were installed Aug. 14 at a meeting at the Seafood Hut. On the front row are Conney Bell, president; Carol Stokes, president-elect; Loyda Wardlaw, vice president. On the back row are Nancy DeBruhl, installing officer; Arlene Cockrell, recording secretary; Anne Mobley, corresponding secretary; Pat Godwin, treasurer; Brenda Owens, Lorraine Creel and Bert Morris, members of the board of directors.

Photo cutline -- Lakeside Services at Clearwater Cove Marina attract a strong crowd through the summer months, with the Rev. Eugene Rollins leading the service for summer residents with lake homes and visitors.

Photo cutline -- Artist Mary Ellen Jenkins poses with her watercolor of this handsome Lyttleton Street home. Vintage homes, especially those of colonial, antebellum or Victorian design are among the Camden native’s favorite subjects.

Photo cutline -- Collins Gibson, a Clemson University sophomore and the daughter of Parker and Gladys “Dumpy” Gibson, enjoys a sunny day at Lake Wateree as she slaloms on slightly choppy water. Members of the Lake Wateree Ski Club may participate in monthly social activities as well as organized skiing events.

Photo cutline -- Sharing is one of the first lessons kindergarteners learn in the classroom of teacher Ann Davis at Camden Elementary School. And by Tuesday, these kindergarten students sharing the kitchen duties in their play area seemed to have the school routine down pat.

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