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Yesteryear - Jan. 5, 2016

25 YEARS AGO -- Jan. 4-8, 1991

Posted: January 4, 2016 6:52 p.m.
Updated: January 5, 2016 1:00 a.m.

Lon D. Outen has been named the S.C. Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services (DPPPS) 1990 Supervisor of the Year for Region IV. Outen is agent in charge of the department’s Kershaw County office. The award was presented at the department’s recent annual meeting in Columbia. Outen joined DPPPS in 1985 as a Probation/Parole Agent I. He held the position of Agent II prior to being named agent in charge in 1988.

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Photo caption: Dr. Francis McCorkle was recently named 1990 Physician of the Year by Kershaw County DHEC Home health Services. He is shown here with Diane Miller, administrative specialist, Mickey Adams, medical social worker, Jean Rathel, senior public health nurse, and Sharie Talley, office manager.

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Photo caption: Brady Williams pries screening off Alexander Bracey’s front door. Brady was one of 52 volunteers with Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church Youth Fellowship who spent their Christmas holidays restoring and repairing local homes for neighbors in need.

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Photo caption: John Eric Fulda helps prepare a front porch on Gordon Street for a fresh coat of paint. Richard Hagins, a youth activity coordinator for Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church and the site leader for this location, said the students are willing to work hard and have tremendous energy.

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D. Carlyle Baxley of Camden was among the officials of the nation’s outstanding soil and water conservation districts participating in the 43rd annual Goodyear/National Association of Conservation Districts Awards Program held recently at the Camelback Inn Resort in Arizona. Scheduled events included a tour of the University of Arizona, College of Agriculture – Maricopa Agriculture Center;a cotton gin operating facility; desert agriculture operations and visits to water management projects in the Phoenix area.

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Photo caption: C. Ray Miles is presented with a plaque from Kershaw Soil and Water Conservation District board chairman Jim McLeod for his selection as Outstanding Cooperator of the Year for 1990.

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Photo caption: Citadel Cadet Stacey Gordon inspects Bethune JROTC cadets during his Christmas break. Gordon is a 1990 graduate of BHS and son of Mr. and Mrs. Doby Gordon. A freshman, Gordon is studying electrical engineering at The Citadel and is in the F troop. After the inspection, he talked with cadets about life at The Citadel.  Gordon is shown here inspecting cadets Orlando Williams, Marvin Lawrence, Tony Hough, Katrina Clark, Tracey Scott and Paul Stephens.

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Photo caption: The first baby born in Kershaw County in 1991, Brittany Renee Baker, was born at 4:42 p.m. on New Year’s Day at Kershaw County Memorial Hospital, weighing in at 8 pounds and a half ounce. She is shown here with her mother, Brenda Baker. Her maternal grandmother is Mrs. Frances Kemp of McKenzie Tenn.

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Claude Langford Buckley of Spain, formerly of Camden, is the featured artist this month in the Fine Arts Center’s Bassett Gallery. More than 70 of the artist’s works will be on exhibit. A son of Camden resident F. Reid Buckley, the artist has been visiting in the Camden area since December. The Buckley exhibit will open with a reception, sponsored by the Dusty Bend Frame Shop, at 5 p.m. Friday in the Bassett Gallery.


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