The King Haiglar Garden Club will celebrate the season at its annual Christams Tea and Ornament Exchange. Carol Meckstroth will host members and guests at 3:30 p.m. Monday at 2307 Moultrie Rd., Camden. Sandra Lease, Carolyn McKittrick and Nancy Wylie will cohost and provide refreshments.
The Camden Garden Club meets Monday at the home of Diane Jones. This will be the club's Holiday Tea and Celebration of Membership. It is a very festive meeting with lots of prospective new members and gardening friends mixing and mingling dressed in holiday attire.
Early one morning, Lugoff-Elgin High School sophomore Madison Huntley received a call she was in no way expecting. Her beloved home had flooded, and much of it was lost to the torrents of water which kept seeping in.
December 11, 2015|
|People & Places
The Camden Community Concert Band (CCCB) will present their Christmas concert this Sunday at 3 p.m. at Camden High School. The concert is free and open to the public. The CCCB is in its 36th year of presenting music to the Camden and Kershaw County area. The band has four concerts per year – two in Rectory Square Park and two at Camden High School. Associate conductor Robert Wertz will direct the band during most of the concert with assistance from other band members. Sunday will open with James Curnow's "Overture to a Winter Festival" followed by "Baby It ...
Edward Arron & Friends will perform in the Kershaw County Fine Arts Center's Wood Auditorium for the second concert of the three-part Chamber Music Series Thursday at 7 p.m. The concert will feature selections by Mozart, Gustav, Musto, and Fauré. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the concert, with a student ticket for $15.
Pinedale Residential Center along with Embrace and Agape Hospice partnered up this Thanksgiving to help Food for the Soul with a large donation. Pictured from left are Pinedale resident Jean Ogburn, Staff, Lottie Furman, Embrace Hospice Liason Brandi Grubbs, Embrace Hospice Chaplin Jeff Grubbs, Activity Director Janice Branham, Food For The Soul Representative Jimmy Farmer, Administrator Phillip Hudson, and Pinedale Residents Eloise Watson and Betty Lou McCaskill. Not pictured are Senior Solutions Advisor Mary Kay Olive and volunteers Jerry and Carolyn Johnson.
The annual Boykin Christmas parade will be held Sunday, Dec. 20 at 2 p.m. The parade, known for its out of the ordinary and quirky floats, began 22 years ago. "I said, 'One of these years we should have a Christmas parade.' Bill Bundy said why not this year? This was at the Swift Creek Church at a community meeting," parade organizer Alice Boykin said. A Gospel Concert will follow the parade and will feature local church choirs from Broomhill, St. Stephen's and other churches.
An orientation meeting for potential participants in the James Leroy Belk American Legion Post #17 Annual High School Oratorical Contest will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday Dec. 6 at Post 17's home on West DeKalb Street in Camden. Contest officials will discuss the subject to be used for oration and explain contest rules.
Chldren who enter the foster care system are in need of caring adults to speak up for them in Family Court. The Guardian ad Litem is a strong child advocate for children. Advocates must be over 21 years old and be able to give four to five hours a month to visit a child. Volunteers do not need to have a college degree, or a legal or social work background. The very best child advocates are people who care about children.
The Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County will bring a night of great, family-friendly and clean comedy to the stage of the Wood Auditorium on Friday, December 4, 2015 at 7p.m. Mike Goodwin, known for his fresh, clean humor will perform his "Bowtie Comedy" show for one night only. Tickets to the event are $15.