Residents at the Karesh Wing Long Term Care Center and Springdale Health Care celebrated in style the week of May 13-19. Administrators and staff saluted the residents during National Nursing Home Week.
Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Kids ages 6 to 12, parents and grandparents, come meet Walks With Horses (WWH) and her miniature horse, Great Heart, who often is commercially photographed with kids. WWH will tell about the life of the war pony. She will teach participants about some of the Native American symbols. Kids will get to tell their own stories by choosing and coloring symbols on the take-home horse drawings provided. They will also hear Native American stories about how the rabbit got long ears, the bear got a short tail and others.
The Friends of the Kershaw County Library will hold its annual meeting at Indigo Jones at 6 p.m. on Thursday. After a short business meeting to elect officers for next year, the group will enjoy socializing and playing trivia. All members are encouraged to attend.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said earlier this week what many Republicans staunchly refuse to acknowledge: that their hero, Ronald Reagan, would be out of step with many in the GOP today, that the hard-line ideologists would find him too flexible, too willing to compromise, too amenable to recognizing members of the opposite party and working with them to create legislation that would benefit the country. Bush included his own father along with Reagan, too.
Camden native Donna Stoney got a rare treat as she walked across the stage in May to receive her diploma from Coker College in Hartsville. Her sister, Gertrude Stoney, an adjunct professor at Coker, was sitting among the sea of professors cheering their students on.
Fresenius Medical Care (NYSE: FMS) is the world's leading company devoted to patient-oriented renal therapy. The company provides kidney dialysis treatments to approximately 233,000 patients worldwide in Africa, the Asia-Pacific region, Europe, Latin America and North America, including Lugoff as Lugoff-Elgin Dialysis.
Tobacco was an important part of life in Georgia during the thirties and forties. Every man smoked -- a pipe, cigar, or cigarette. Farmers raised tobacco as a money crop and their own use. Most women did not smoke; if they did so, they did it in private, certainly not on the street. My mother considered women who smoked to be "hussies," although she dipped snuff. I cannot remember her, in her few times of leisure, without a dip of snuff and a twig in her mouth and a spit can by her side. I certainly was not interested in becoming ...
June 13, 2012|
By Jean Pruett
C-I contributing columnist
A memorial service for Gerald Earl Hubler, 80, will beheld Thursday at 3:00 p.m. at Powers funeral Home, Lugoff. The Rev. David Robinson will officiate. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Legion Post 17, PO Box 456, Camden, S.C. 29021.