The Camden branch of the Kershaw County Library offered a class to Central Carolina students on how to use the library's resources. Above, Clemi Winestock's College Skills 103 class gets a tour of the library by Cris Wilson, reference and adult service librarian. Students learned about SC Lends and how to locate books for research.
Elgin twins Blaize and Mary-Grace Hill have made it big time. The two 5-year-olds recently starred in a Julie Roberts country music video for her new hit, "Nascar Country."
At just 30, William Henry Lyttleton, a bachelor from one of England's most connected families, began his tenure as South Carolina's crown-appointed Governor. A dramatic incident delayed his arrival. And for some his departure could not come soon enough.
The public invited to attend the fifth annual Balloon and Dove Release to be held on May 7 at 10 a.m. The event will be held in the field on the corner of Bull and Broad St. across from Rhame Arena, Camden.
Camden High School graduate Stephen Norris, a.k.a. Blind Fury, was named "106 & Park" Freestyle Friday champion on BET after weeks of battling other rappers for the title.
Ever wonder why Camden's Market Street is so named? It because the town's marketplace before 1812 was located at the northwest corner of Bull and Market streets, today the outdoor basketball court across from Zemp Stadium.
The heat wave that hit Camden last Tuesday morning didn't stop many community members from coming out to support Food for the Soul during its dedication ceremony.
Hats off to Camden Garden Club member Barbara Beard. She has, over the last couple of years, put together a fabulous tour of gardens. These gardens though, are not just in Camden. She has coordinated with other garden clubs from around the state and they alternate where the tours will be.
The second annual horse ride to benefit the Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County will be held on Saturday, May 7 (rain date, Sunday, May 8). The ride is sponsored by Horsepower of the Midlands (a counseling center for people that offers both traditional and equine assisted counseling).
The United Way Be A Bunny program enlists people from the community to fill Easter baskets for individuals representing three United Way agencies, the Council on Aging, Family Resource Center and the Board of Disabilities and Special Needs, and 132 children from the Kershaw County School District. An unbelievable amount of thought and care goes into putting together more than 200 Easter baskets.
The last time Charles Moore of Elgin (right) saw Eugene Rock (left) was around late 1957. Moore, a member of American Legion Post 17, kept an old picture of the men he served with in the U.S. Air Force. The picture included all the names and hometowns of the men.
The Rev. Dr. Eugene Rollins, therapist, author and pastor at Liberty Hill Presbyterian Church, will be the keynote speaker at the Family Resource Center's annual awareness walk on Saturday, April 30, from 10 a.m.-noon. This year, the walk's theme is "It's Time to Get Involved."
The Camden First United Methodist Women, in with association the South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and Family Resource Center will host a Teenage Pregnancy Prevention 3K Walk-a-thon May 14 in Camden.
On St. Patrick's Day Anthony Sheheen (second from right), age 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sheheen, gave $220 each to Camden Elementary School and the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter. This was money he raised by having a yard sale a few days earlier. Ed Yount (middle), CES principal along with representatives from the shelter stand with Anthony.
Rickey E. Macklin, a Camden native, will sign copies of his books at the Kirkwood Community Center, 2402 Carlos St. in Camden, from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5.
Pets often make wonderful additions to a household. Parents not only love pets because animals bring smiles to their children's faces, but also because pets teach kids about responsibility.
The Kershaw County Board of Realtors will volunteer the second Friday of each month to help prepare and serve lunch at Food for the Soul. "Our volunteer service at Food for the Soul promotes a Realtor goal of improving our neighborhoods through company programs and consumer outreach,"
Whether raising a horse for pleasure or profession, it is important to know that caring for horses can be labor-intensive. The reward for properly taking care of a horse is a healthy and well-trained animal. But horse ownership is a significant and expensive responsibility, so it is important that prospective owners understand what they are getting into before they make any final decisions.
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