Alex Webster (far left, back row) built an adult-size pillory as his Eagle Scout project last month for the Historic Camden Revolutionary War site. Webster, a member of Boy Scout Troop No. 38, is a junior at Camden Military Academy. He is the son of George and Carol Webster of York, Pa. Scout Master Greg Simonson (far right) stands with Webster and other boy scouts from Troop No. 38 (from left), Patrick Redmon, Tristan Dan Aken and Ian Redmon.
Have you ever wondered what your old trinkets and treasures may actually be worth? The West Wateree Rotary Club is offering a unique opportunity to the public on Feb. 26. For $25, anyone can have two items appraised by local experts Andy van Dam and Walter Slocum. Patty and John Ivy from Laurens will also be on site to offer appraisals.
KershawHealth is inviting all the ladies of Kershaw County to come out to the "Smart Heart Red Dress Dinner" on Feb. 3 at the Health Resource Center from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. to learn more about keeping healthy heart habits.
The South Carolina Philharmonic (SCP) performed a free concert at KershawHealth Friday as part of the "Where in the Midlands is Morihiko?" free concert series. A woodwind and string ensemble made up of SCP musicians performed for visitors and residents in the hospital lobby.
Levi Allen Whitmire, above, was born Jan. 3, the first baby born at KershawHealth in 2011. Levi, held by his mother, Anna Nichols of Elgin, weighed 9 pounds 13 ounces. His father is Russell Whitmire, also of Elgin.