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Yesteryear for April 18, 2017

16 YEARS AGO -- April 16-23, 2001

Posted: April 17, 2017 5:23 p.m.
Updated: April 18, 2017 1:00 a.m.

It looks like one of those RTA vans you’ve seen around the county, but once you step inside you’ll think you’re in a doctor’s office.

“It” is the new Wellness Initiative Network (WIN) Healthcare Van. WIN is a cooperative effort between Kershaw County Medical Center, the Kershaw County Community Medical Clinic and the Kershaw County United Way.

Purchased with WIN grant funds from The Duke Endowment, the van will be dedicated into service during a special ceremony Tuesday at the new Elgin Community Center.


Imagining yourself on horseback isn’t hard here in Kershaw County. After all, this is the home of the Carolina Cup. But have you ever imagined yourself on horseback under the ancient pyramids of Egypt and the great Sphinx?

Most people can only dream of such a getaway, but one current Camden resident and one former Camdenite recently did just that a few weeks ago.

Jean Dunlap and Bill Denton, acquaintances through the Camden Hunt Club, recently spent several days riding on horseback through northern Egypt during a week-long trip to the country. 


This weekend, the Olde Inland Arts & Crafts Festival, presented by the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, will add a couple of new attractions to its fifth annual spring event.

Not only will a new array of regional and local artists and craftsmen exhibit their work for purchase, but more than a dozen musicians will set the stage for a weekend of fun and activity.

Set on FAC grounds, the festival will add a children’s area and feature the fare of several local restaurants, including the Everyday Gourmet, The Greenleaf Inn restaurant, La Fiesta, Lucy’s, MAD's Restaurant and Catering and the Mulberry Market Bake Shop.


Gail M. Clements has joined Coldwell Banker Tom Jenkins Realty Inc. as a full time sales associate at the Camden office, according to Mary Warnock, broker of the local office. 

Prior to joining Coldwell Banker, Clements was an active realtor with more than 13 years of real estate experience. She is a graduate of Camden High School and is an active member of the Kershaw County Board of Realtors, for which she is currently president.


It’s time to grab a picnic basket and straw hat -- polo’s back in town!

The Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County and Camden Polo Club have teamed up to bring the Camden Cup back to the community. The four to six goal tournaments will include a weekend of matches and activities for spectators of all ages.

As part of the revival, Charles P. “Bubber” Dubose Jr. has been named honorary chairman of the vent. Dubose, a Camden native and resident, was a participant during polo’s heyday years.


Miss Porsha Portee took the Little Miss Debutante 2001 honors at the recent Little Miss Debutante pageant, sponsored by the Women on the Move organization. First runner up was Miss Chelsea Whitehead; second runner up was Miss Dashada Webb. Taking the title for Best Smile and Best Talent were Miss Tyler Smith. Miss Congeniality was Miss Amanda Moses.


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