Nov. 16, Wateree Elementary School hosted Clips for Cancer to collect hair to make wigs for cancer patients.
Monday, Kershaw County Headstart donated more than 100 items to Food for the Soul. Headstart's staff, children and parents had the community project to collect needed supplies for Food for the Soul. Headstart's Male Involvement Committee was also involved in the supply drive.
Friday evening, there was a fatal accident off of U.S. Highway 601 at 6:20 p.m. The one-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of U.S. 601 and Kennedy Road.
Children's laughter mixed with the barks of terriers could be heard as you approached the infield during Saturday's 43rd annual Colonial Cup. As temperatures hovered on the cooler side, many spectators were bundled up yet ready to enjoy a day with friends and family at Camden's Springdale Race Course.
If it hadn't been for an over charge in shipping, Sherry Metze and Linda Rymill would have never met. It seems that the two ladies, who occasionally finish each other's sentences, were meant to find each other.
Grace Church welcomed their new Rector, Rev. James Barnhill on Sunday, Oct. 14.
The idea came to her while she was washing her hair. "In June of last summer, I lost my older sister to a brain tumor. As I was working through the grief of losing her, I was coming up on the one year anniversary of her passing and I wanted to do something to pay tribute to her. I was washing my hair one day and it was like someone popped me in the head with this idea -- make hats," said Shannon Littlefield.
This year, Revolutionary War Field Days is Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The daily admission fee is $8 for adults, $6 for seniors and military, $4 for ages 6 to12, under six free and family package of $20 (2 adults and 3 kids under age 12). For 41 years, some 500 American, British, and Hessian troops, living history interpreters and demonstrators, have come to Historic Camden Revolutionary ...
Early risers on Saturday might get a glimpse of the Our Barn team heading to the American Heart Association (AHA) Beach Ride. The fact that the team will be on horseback might cause some people to look twice.
Sunday, Cathedral of Praise Ministries celebrated the 50th birthday of their pastor, Bishop Thomas C. Bell.
On Sept. 15, Ann Yancey, formally of Camden, was inducted into the North Carolina Skeet Shooting Association Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Fort Bragg Clay Target Center in Spring Lake, N.C.
The Fine Arts Center (FAC) of Kershaw County and Claire Bryant & Friends will be presenting a five day residency in Camden, Monday through Friday.
4H is a national organization, started in the early 1900s, that uses research-based programs to develop youth through various experiences and activities. Different topics that are addressed in 4H programs include science (technological, agricultural and environmental), citizenship and healthy living. The organization has a meaningful history in Kershaw County. Heyward and Doris McGougan started working with Kershaw County 4H in 1972. The McGougans, along with others helped with organizing early ...
Elgin resident Dean Cook's career in music has led him on a path to write for and perform with various music icons.
On Sept. 2, the late Cpl. John Dais was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, the highest civilian honor for distinguished achievement, for his service in the United States Marine Corps in the South Pacific from 1942-1949. Dais served as a Montford Point Marine, the first group of African-American men to integrate the Marine Corps.
Kathy Brown is the 2013 Elgin Citizen of the Year. The town named Brown its citizen of the year at its Christmas Dinner held the weekend of Nov. 23. Her closest friends and family managed to keep it from her until the moment it was announced at the dinner.
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