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Yesteryear - Feb. 16, 2016

28 YEARS AGO -- Feb. 15-20, 1988

Posted: February 15, 2016 6:02 p.m.
Updated: February 16, 2016 1:00 a.m.

Kershaw County television viewers may get a glimpse of Camden native Stephen Lough during the 20th Anniversary of Clown College tonight at 8 p.m. on WLTX-TV, channel 19.

The show features the 20th anniversary celebration of Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Clown College in Venice, Fla. With a reunion of some 600 clown college alumni, along with graduates of the most recent clown training class which included Lough.

Lough, the son of Susan Lough and the late Harry Lough, now tours with Ringling Brothers as a professional clown.


Photo caption: Elgin Mayor Loretta Carr hands a signed proclamation to Georgeanne L. McMullen, Kershaw County Keep America Beautiful coordinator, during a special signing ceremony in the mayor’s office.


Photo Caption: Cadet Capt. Angela McAthern, the S-1 staff officer for the North Central High School cadet battalion, types cadet orders in preparation for the Friday, Feb. 26 inspection by Army officers from the Senior ROTC unit at the University of South Carolina.


Camden High School Army JROTC Cadets of the Month for February are Cpl. Kevin Faulkenberry, Staff Sgt. Christiana Watson, 2nd Lt. Beatrice Brunson and Capt. Willie Tucker. Cadets wear a gold and black shoulder cord on their uniforms to denote the honor.


Lugoff-Elgin High School Cadets of the Month for February are cadet Pfc. Kim Roach, cadet 1st Lt. Chandra Olivia Richardson, cadet Lt. Col. Lynnwood Poole and cadet 2nd Lt. Scott Barnstead. These JROTC cadets were chosen for their outstanding academic achievement, discipline, leadership, and military bearing. Each cadet will receive an official Army JROTC ribbon to wear on their uniform to denote the honor.


The January  Good Fitizens for Mt. Pisgah Elementary School were recently announced. They include David Creamer, kindergarten; Jason Mangum, Grade 1; Brandon Gainey, Grade 2; Lakeisha Miller, Grade 3; Cedric Frierson, Grade 4; David Brasington, Grade5; Amanda Laney, Grade 6.


Photo caption: Officers of the Kershaw County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary are pictured at the recent awards luncheon for hospital volunteers. They are Irene Gettys, publicity chairman; Helen Moser, corresponding secretary; Catherine Hasty, vice president; Jackie Sanders, hospitality and special events co-chairman; Robin Whelan, president; Melinda Iannuzzi, hospitality and events chairman; Nettie Sutphin, treasurer; Linda Branham, KCMH Director of Volunteer Services; Susie Spradley, Christmas Tree Lighting Chairman; Ann Denton and Sharon Joseph, hospital gift shop co-chairmen.


Photo caption: Winners in the Little Miss Camden Pageant are Little Master Jacob Mallya, Little Miss Amanda Elliott, Young Miss Allison Williams, Wee Miss Lauren Cashatt, Pre-Teen Miss Dana Hughes and Teen Miss Sharon Johnson.


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