Caroline Ball Hawkey, 51, of Charleston, South Carolina, wife of Blake Edward Hawkey, died Sunday, November 18, 2012. Her Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2012 in the Chapel at Bishop Gadsden at 2:00 p.m with another service in Columbia SC yet to be scheduled. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.
Caroline Ball Hawkey, 51, of Charleston, South Carolina, wife of Blake Edward Hawkey, died Sunday, November 18, 2012. Her Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, November 21, 2012 in the Chapel at Bishop Gadsden, Charleston, S.C., at 2:00 p.m with another service in Columbia SC yet to be scheduled. Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR DOWNTOWN CHAPEL.
The second annual Chili Cook-off on Nov. 3 benefited the United Way of Kershaw County. The Amateur first place winner of the Chili Cook-off was Team Deloach (Joe Deloach Jr.), second place was Upchurch and Jowers and third place was Old Armory Steak House. In the Professional category, first place went to the Camden Shrine Club (Jamil Bums, Curtis Corbett), second place went to the Camden Shrine club (Terry McCoy), and third place went to Kyle Cassidy. The Mental Health America of Kershaw County received the People's Choice award and the most festive tent went to Camden Clinic of ...
Minister Rubin "Tolou" Flowers, 78, of 1324 Old River Road, Apt. 5-C, Camden, died Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. Family arrangements are incomplete and will be announced at a later date by Brown's Funeral Home, Camden, who is serving the Flowers family.
Mr. Chauncey Latrell Mack, 26, of 8460 Black River Road, Rembert, SC, passed on Satruday, Nov. 17, 2012. Funeral arrangement are incomplete and will be announced at a later day be Haile's Funeral Home.
Past CIA officers have been known to withhold information about questionable activities so presidents will have "plausible deniability." In the matter of retired Gen. David Petraeus' career-killing extramarital affair, President Barack Obama is stuck with a deniable plausibility.
November 21, 2012|
By Clarence Page
The folks at the Carolina Cup Racing Association did their usual fine job in putting on last Saturday's Colonial Cup steeplechase program, and those who attended saw fine weather and a great racing program that featured two Camden connections in the winner's circle. The Colonial Cup, of course, has never been as well attended or as well known as its older cousin, the Carolina Cup, and the annual November outing has sometimes battled iffy weather as well as all the competition -- football being the primary one -- that comes with a fall date.
Many people may think of students' bookbags being loaded with school supplies, but more than 400 Kershaw County children receive special weekly backpacks filled by volunteers to ensure these students will not be hungry on the weekend.
November 21, 2012|
Mary Anne Byrd
Director of KCSD communications
|People & Places
'Tis the season to be jolly! See the halls of the Kershaw House decked with boughs of holly. Learn about the Yuletide Season's customs from guides donned in gay apparel. Meet a militiaman home for the holidays. Play colonial games, write a Christmas greeting with a quill pen, try on period clothes, and sample delectable 18th century refreshments. In the basement, watch electric toy trains chug around the tracks at the Holiday Electric Train Exhibit. A kids' scavenger hunt, photo ops at the pillory, plus visits the historic buildings, and a 10 percent discount on most items in the ...