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Yesteryear - Feb. 9, 2016

21 YEARS AGO -- Feb. 8-12, 1995

Posted: February 8, 2016 6:11 p.m.
Updated: February 9, 2016 1:00 a.m.

More than 20 students from Lugoff-Elgin High School and L-E Middle School attended the 1995 Eastern Region Band Clinic at Myrtle Beach last weekend. Those participating in the senior and junior band clinics were Bonnie Koon, flute; Allyson Kohl and Jessica Carter, oboe; Chris Corey, Brandy Branham, Nancy Rowell, Tiffany Branham and Christina Koon, clarinet; Ginger Collins and Kelley Moore, alto clarinet; Mandy Dixon and Mary Busby, baritone; Emmanuel Padilla, tuba; Luis Espinoza, Roger Espinoza, and Abram Holland, trumpet; Kerry Lawson, percussion; Jarod Tyler, timpani; Casey Maltese and Tricia Corey, French horn. Michael Santiago, former band director at L-EMS, served as clinician and directed the junior band.


Tamika Boykin, a fifth grader at Wateree Elementary School, was the school’s spelling bee winner. As a result, Tamika will be entered in the district spelling bee, to be held at Pine Tree Hill School in Camden.


Photo caption: All schools in Kershaw County are in the process of writing renewal plans for the state-mandated ACT 135 bill. Action teams consist of teachers, parents, community leaders, and students. Taking a break during one of many planning sessions is a team at Camden High School, which includes Robert Wertz, Dennis Reeder, Earnestine Williams, Phyllis Tant, Robert Burch and Bill Ligon.


Photo caption: The House of Flowers in Lugoff is now under new management and new owners Susan and Jack Hudson say they are going to bring a variety of features to better serve Kershaw County’s floral needs. Shown here are Veronic Chelluk, Susan Hudson, Jackie Thomas, Hattie Taylor, Brandon Hudson, Wanda Catoe, Mary Pauzauskie-Blackburn, Joan Holland, and Jack Hudson.


Photo caption: Soup’s on -- almost. Pictured are members of one of Mrs. Campbell’s reading groups at Camden Primary School, who made soups as an extension of the book, “Too Many Babas.” Shown here are Phillip Wright and J.J. Hornsby, Amir Halley, Kelley Morris, Arin Eddings, Sarah Brevard, Casey Munn, Bobby Cunningham, Ali Mays, Markell Stradford, Jesse Grant, Whitney Young and Nikki Williams.


Paul Aaron Galloway, a 1992 graduate of Camden High School, was recently inducted into the Golden Key Honor Society at Clemson University. A junior mechan ical engineering major, Galloway has compiled a perfect 4.0 GPA for his first five semesters at Clemson and was the recipient of the College of Engineering Academic Award for his sophomore year. Representing the Clemson Tiger baseball team, he is also a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Board. He was also recently named Clemson’s Top Student Athlete.


The Camden Coin Club recently held its recognition banquet. Members of the board of governors and officers of the club are LoRan Ross, Robert Aldrich, Pascal Brock, John Kelly, Ken Baker, and Hugh Johnson. Brock was also honored as the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award and Tim Johnson was named the 1994 SC Young Numismatic of the Year.


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