The residents at Springdale Health Care celebrated in style the week of May 8-14. Administrators and staff saluted residents during National Nursing Home Week with a special performance from the Lugoff-Elgin High School band, as well as a visit from Camden Mayor Jeffrey Graham. Graham cut the ribbon during the opening ceremony, marking the beginning of a week filled with fun and games, including sack races, egg walks, tug of war and a water balloon toss. Following along with a Mardi Gras theme, all the residents' halls were decorated as various parts of New Orleans, like Merle's Way, Eve ...
More than 10,000 pounds of non-perishable food was donated to Christian Community Ministries (CCM) through the Letter Carriers Food Drive. CCM officials want to give a special thanks to all the letter carriers who take their time each year to generate this food drive.
Eloise Rabon, of Lugoff, will celebrate her 90th birthday May 16 with friends and family at Springdale Health Care. Ms. Rabon is the proud mother of six children, ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Boykin artist Denise L. Greer took numerous awards at the North Charleston Art Fest earlier this month. All three of Greer's entries won an award. Greer's entries were Best in Show with a mixed media titled "Hung Out To Dry", first place watercolors titled "Talk To Me," and first place mixed media titled "Play Ground." The exhibit began April 29 and ran through May 7 at the North Charleston Convention Center.
On Sunday New Day on Mill will host a fifth anniversary drop-in from 2 to 4 p.m. at 1207 Mill Street, Camden. New Day is a transitional housing program for homeless women and their families. There will be a short program at 3 p.m. featuring some former residents. Tours of the cottages will be hosted by current residents and members of the New Day Advisory Board. For more information, call 432-5456.
Nervous jitters, outbursts of laughter; the sounds of more than 963 students and advisors once again converged on the North Charleston Convention Center for the 2011 Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) State Leadership Conference, March 9-11. The convention provided two and a half days of educational symposiums, competitive events, exhibits, general sessions and the opportunity to network with students and health care partners from all over the state.
Five years ago, former Pine Tree Hill School teacher Ann Marie Taylor wanted her special education students to be more involved with extracurricular activities.
Applications for the Women On The Move Inc. Scholarship are now available. Applicants must have community and church involvement, have at least a 2.5 GPA and have been accepted to an accredited college. A 500-word essay must be typed and two letters of recommendations are required. Deadline is May 31. If interested in receiving an application call 427-0119 or 803-549-2454.
Camden High School Class of 1991 is planning their 20-year reunion to be held on Saturday, June 11. The cost is $30 per person/ $60 per couple. To purchase a ticket, contact the group on Facebook or send your check to: Lisa Frost Long, Class of 1991, PO Box 1551, Camden SC 29020.
The Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County (FAC) is pleased to announce plans for the 11th Annual Camden Cup Polo Match on Sunday. Gates will open at 11 a.m. with the match starting at 1:30 p.m. The Polo match will take place at the Camden Polo Field, the third oldest in the United States. Built in 1898, the field is held in perpetual trust by the Palmetto Conservation Foundation and has been declared a National Landmark.
Phil and Judy Stone of Camden presented a motorist awareness seminar entitled "Think Motorcycles" to 14 members of VFW Post 5928 and the Ladies Auxiliary, during its April meeting. The seminar is intended to help educate the general public about motorcycles, to tell them things that will help them realize when a motorcycle is near them and learn to avoid things that contribute to a collision. Mr. and Mrs. Stone are members of the Gold Wing Road Riders Association, and participate with Chapter P in Lexington. The organization is made up of about 80,000 motorcycle riders and family members ...
Mr. and Mrs. Boswell Earl Hunter celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 23, 2011 at a party with their family. Earl and Doris were married on May 2,1961. They have three children, Richard Hunter (Myrtle) and Donna Maiden (Todd) of Lugoff and Chris Hunter (Michelle) of Goose Creek. They are proud grandparents of 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The Community Medical Clinic issued a challenge to kids 12 and under in Kershaw County schools to enter the largest team in the Clinic Classic 5K Walk/Run and 10K Run. More than 85 students, teachers and family members participated on April 16. George Sensor (far left), owner/operator of McDonald's and lead sponsor of the Clinic Classic, presented the Camden Elementary team with a check for $500, which will be used to purchase physical education equipment. Assistant Principal, Metia Goodwin (far left), thanked McDonald's and the Clinic and promised to compete again in the Clinic Classic Challenge ...
Have you ever wanted to spend an evening with George and Martha Washington? Do you know why our first First Lady burned all but three of her letters? Are you curious about how we won our Revolution despite large numbers of colonists who considered themselves English and wished to remain so?
Just as the name says, the Garden Club of South Carolina Inc. plans to "Follow the Blooms" beginning May 14 in Camden.
The Kershaw County Special Olympics (KCSO) was held Friday at Camden Military Academy (CMA).
The Fine Arts Center (FAC) of Kershaw County will present its 10th annual Jazz at the Center Music Festival, April 25-27, in historic downtown Camden. The featured concert this year takes place at 8 p.m. Saturday in Wood Auditorium, following a cocktail reception from 7 to 8 p.m. in the lobby. Maddy Winer and Vince Lewis and the Jazz All-Stars will provide entertainment from the Great American Songbook and modern jazz standards that are sure to please jazz lovers of all tastes. Their new CD "Crossroads" was hailed by Just Jazz Magazine as "first rate" and "…the musicianship ...
Allison Hill is a 21st century woman embarking on a promising future in nursing with an assist from women who were born in the nineteenth century.
Ten Kershaw County schools were among 592 schools statewide recognized by the State Department of Education for academic achievement and closing achievement gaps in 2013.
By GARY PHILLIPS
James Leroy Belk American Legion Post No. 17 is seeking applications for Palmetto Boys State to be held June 8-14 at Anderson University. Applicants should be motivated students interested in learning about citzenship and government, rising seniors of good character and in the top 25 percent of their class. Applications are available from guidance counselors at high schools or may be obtained from Richard Lackey at 432-9527. Above, Palmetto Boys State chairman Lackey dines and chats with Girls State delegate Margeaux Laschanzky and Boys State delegate Riley Kohn when the two youths visited Post 17 to share their experiences from ...
Alvin and Joanne Hopkins recently celebrated 50 years of marriage. The couple was married on March 21, 1964, at the home of the Rev. Joe Hood. They have two children, Wesley (BK) Hopkins and Lynn (Jackie) Hopkins; two grandchildren, William Hopkins and Justin Hopkins, two step-grandchildren, Lauren Langford and Josh Napper; and one step-greatgrandchild, Vance Langford.
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