The Upton Trio will join the Price House Commission on Feb. 2 to bring an evening of classical and gospel music to the Camden community
Saturday, the Miss L-E and Jr. Miss L-E pageants were held at Lugoff-Elgin High School.
This is the second year that a group of local youths have donated venison to Food for the Soul. The youth, who hunted the deer, donated 103 pounds of deer meat.
Camden resident Dr. Richard Bell thinks that Polar Bears are amazing creatures.
Dear Annie: I used to travel a fair amount for my job. These trips included lunches and dinners with my co-workers, sometimes in groups, sometimes not. At no time did I ever have the faintest interest in having an affair. But my husband thinks otherwise.
The United Way of Kershaw County (UWKC), partnered with South Carolina 2-1-1, has established a local 2-1-1 service now available to Kershaw County residents.
Feb. 2, The Upton Trio will join the Price House Commission to bring an evening of classical and gospel music to the Camden community
Saturday evening, 11 young women competed in the Miss Camden scholarship program for the title of Miss Camden and Miss Camden Teen 2013.
Children of all ages enjoyed a visit from Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Ambassadors of Laughter, Dave and Cherie Gregg at the Camden branch of the Kershaw County Library on Thursday.
Kershaw County's Eat Smart Move More initiative is aiming to help the community choose healthier food options this year. According to Pam Spivey, head of the Eat Smart Move More Kershaw County local coalition, it can be difficult for consumers to know what products are healthy.
In 1989, hurricane Hugo damaged communities and homes in South Carolina. In response, the Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church youth group established the Weatherization and Repair Ministry. The purpose of W.A.R.M. was to assist with home repairs.
Reverend Douglas Whitfield, or "Preacher Doug" as he is known by church and community members, will be retiring from 25 years as pastor of Pine Grove Baptist Church on Sunday.
Not even the rain could dampen the holiday spirit at the Karesh Long Term Care Center at KershawHealth last Thursday. Celena Traynham ADC, Certified Activity Director; Zilphia Shepard ADPC, Assistant Activity Director and David Swallow, with construction made up the Activity Team at KershawHealth that organized the Winter Wonderland for residents in the Karesh Long Term Care Center.
During Holiday Hopes, students at Lugoff-Elgin High School came together to raise $11,202.41 for various charitable organizations in Kershaw County.
A winter wonderland.
Tammy Bridges, an employee at a daycare center, received the Elgin Police Department (EPD) Chief's Award during a special Wednesday night Elgin Town Council meeting. EPD Chief Harold Brown and council recognized Bridges for assisting two young boys during February's winter storm.
Last Friday, Blaney Elementary School (BES) students learned about heart health and physical activity at Jump Rope for the Heart. Students rotated through 11 stations where they exercised, played games and learned about eating healthy. BES school nurse Kim Allen wanted to show students that exercise can be fun. Jump Rope for the Heart is a community service project that teaches students the importance of exercising and eating healthy. Through Jump Rope for the Heart, BES students exceeded their goal of $1000 in raising money for the American Heart Association.
Plans are already in the works to make this year's Elgin Podunk Festival even bigger and better. The third annual Podunk Festival will begin May 3 at 10 a.m.
Page 1 of 1