In response to "YMCA Not a Cure-All," printed Monday, September 13, I feel that it is necessary to clarify how the "Yes to the Y" signs came to be. Camden for the Y is a group of local citizens who independently came together to rally support for establishing a YMCA. [Editor's note: Mrs. Long identified herself to the C-I as a member of Camden for the Y.] Like any other political movement, we discussed ways in which our information could be shared and to raise awareness about the important decision voters face in the November election regarding recreation in ...
Like Mr. James, I have been reading about and discussing the issue of the "Y" over the last year. I have come to the conclusion that this is not about the "Y" as much as it is about how that building will be funded. Sadly, the way the city proposes to fund this, using "H taxes," forces me to come down on the side of "No to the Y."
God's Helpers will celebrate their annual Mother/Daughter Banquet on Oct. 6 at 5 p.m. at the Kershaw County Recreation Department. The guest speaker will be Elder Millie Nelson. Nelson is a Congregational Specialist with the South Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. In this position, Nelson equips and connects local churches to empower them to be effective in ministry to the communities they serve.
Dear Annie: My wife, my granddaughter and I recently took a six-hour flight home. I thought we'd have the middle section to ourselves, but when we boarded, I noticed there were four seats. As I put our carry-on luggage into the overhead bin, I saw my wife plop herself next to a male passenger.
Graveside service for Charles Richard "Bubba" Ray, 56, will be held Monday at 5:00 p.m. in Stevens-Ray Memorial Park, Cassatt. The Rev. Neal Nolan will officiate. The family will receive friends Monday 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home.
Dr. Saied Ameen, 85, died peacefully at home on September 22, 2012. A memorial service honoring his life will be held on Wednesday, September 26, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at Bethesda Presbyterian Church in Camden, SC. Longtime friend and pastor, Dr. William F. "Chip" Summers, Jr. will conduct. Visitation will immediately follow the service in John Knox Hall.
The citizens must be able to trust their elected officials. Where there is basic mistrust, conflict results. The citizens and registered voters in Camden signed a petition in great numbers to have a petition statement placed on the ballot.
September 24, 2012|
James E. Parrish