Madge Black Strickland, author of A Sandhills Revelation: The History, Legacy, Legend of Blaney-Elgin will speak on Elgin's history Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Robert Mills Courthouse at 607 South Broad St., in Camden. This program is free and open to the public
By HALEY ATKINSON
The Kershaw County Library (KCL) will welcome programming of the natural variety when three local naturalists, along with a local University of South Carolina English professor present on various topics concerning the natural world.
The public is invited to a meeting on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Lugoff Fire Department to hear about what Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) of Kershaw County are doing now and what they will be doing in the near future.
The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires all of the Continuum of Care organizations who receive funding for homeless services and housing to attempt to find and survey individuals and families who are homeless in January of each year.
The Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County hosted the Sumter Civic Dance Company for a performance called "Don't Walk … Dance" on Wednesday.
The Camden Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday at the home of Nancy Langston.
The King Haiglar Garden Club will start 2014 with many exciting programs and activities. The first meeting will be held on Monday at 3:30 p.m. Margie Lane will houst at 2301 Moultrie Road, in Camden. Carol Meckstroth and Betty Sue Webber will co-host, providing delicious refreshments for members and guests.
Dr. Robert Kiger will present "The Wizard: A Man History Almost Forgot" Jan. 30, 6-7:30pm at Books on Broad, 944 Broad St., Camden. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Please arrive early, unless you don't mind standing.
Camden native Andy Robinson was honored recently during a statewide gathering with a top award for law enforcement in South Carolina.
On Jan. 1, the Miss Lake Wateree Scholarship Organization hosted a Polar Bear Plunge at the Retreat at Colonel Creek on Lake Wateree. Participants plunged into the icy waters of Lake Wateree, competing for prizes such as biggest splash, best costumes and biggest charitable contribution.
The Little Miss and Teen Miss Camden-Kershaw County pageant was held Nov. 17. All winners are eligible to compete in the Little Miss South Carolina pageant to be held in July in Hartsville. For those wanting more information, please contact Sherry Geiger at sgeiger0428@ya hoo.com or call 669-9619. Above left, from left, Young Miss Teen Camden and Overall Camden Sweetheart Winner was Kayleigh Ann Thomas; Teen Miss Camden was Michelle Caudill; Little Miss Camden was Te'Yanna Green; Teen Miss Kershaw County and Overall Kershaw County Sweetheart Winner was Chelsea McCaskill; Young Miss Camden was Kristen Riley McDuffie ...
Jeanette and Tommy Anderson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 1 with their family. The Andersons were married March 1, 1964 at Highway Pentecostal Holiness in Elgin by the late Rev. N. D. Sellers. They remain active and devoted members of the Highway Church.
As a child I will never forget getting the opportunity to participate in the worship service on Palm Sunday. For most congregations it is customary to have the children of the church come into the sanctuary waving palm branches at some point during the service to help give everyone a visual of the great celebration that Jesus experienced as he made His entry into Jerusalem the week of his crucifixion. As much as I love the celebration that surrounds Palm Sunday and Easter, we as believers do ourselves a disservice if we don't also understand just what it is ...
By HALEY ATKINSON
The Camden Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Monday at Proctor Hall. This will be a business meeting so there will be no speaker or program. Elections will be held for new officers for the upcoming year.
The King Haiglar Garden Club will meet on Monday at 3:30 p.m. Mary Acken, Nancy Wylie and Carolyn McKittrick will provide refreshments. The meeting will be held at the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County in the Performing Arts Wing.
By HALEY ATKINSON
The Camden Community Concert Band (CCCB) will present its winter concert on Sunday at the Performing Arts Center at Camden High School. Start time is 3 p.m. and admission is free. The CCCB is under direction of founding conductor Pat Wylie. This concert season ia Wylie's last as conductor. After more than 30 years as the band's leader, he ia stepping down as the conductor. "We are dedicating this season to Pat," said Johnny Deal, the band's business manager. "Pat is the reason the CCCB has been in our community for over 30 years."
By Austin Jenkins
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