Since 1985, Emily McManus has been giving her time to KershawHealth, formerly the Kershaw County Medical Center. Even after health struggles of her own, she still volunteers every Tuesday in the Karesh Long-Term Care wing beauty parlor.
The Lugoff Fire District Board of Commissioners recently voted to enter into a capital lease purchase agreement -- not to exceed $980,000 -- to buy a new rescue pumper, a service truck and equipment to operate both vehicles.
In honor of being in school for 100 days, the kindergarten and pre-K students at Camden First Baptist Church collected more than 300 pieces of food to donate to Christian Community Ministries. In total, 98 students and 18 teachers participated. In addition to the food collected at school, 5-year-old Abbygail Caulder celebrated a recent birthday and asked all her attendees to bring canned good instead of gifts for herself.
The owner of Lugoff Ford and Lugoff Toyota, Mark Mason Sr., recently purchased a third dealership in the Lugoff community -- the Carolina Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, located across from Lugoff Toyota on U.S. 1.
If Martin Luther King Jr. were alive today, he'd be astonished at how far we've come in racial equality, said the Rev. Dr. Neal R. Jones during a King Day Celebration at Camden First United Methodist Church Monday.
Two weeks before Christmas, Mark Mason had an idea. He wanted to feed a hot meal to those in need on Christmas Eve. So he approached the owners of Hall's Restaurant in Lugoff to ask for help. At first he was told the restaurant wouldn't be open, but after the owners consulted with the employees of the restaurant, they agreed to come in for the good cause.