Traveler, a black Labrador Retriever, won Best In Show at the 80th Grace Episcopal Dog Show, held Saturday at Rectory Square. Shown here from left are Sarah Trapp, Willis Trapp, Traveler, and Cecelia Stevenson, coordinator and Emcee of the Dog Show. Go to our People & Places page to see more pictures.
The city of Camden will offer its second annual Citizens Planning College: Historic Preservation this spring. This course will be specifically on historic preservation. Classes will include a background of historic preservation and explanations of state and national preservation programs. Classes will discuss the Camden's design guidelines and how they are used by the city to advance historic preservation in Camden. The goal of this unique outreach program is to encourage a more informed debate about historic preservation and how it influences growth and development in the city.
Saturday marked Nick Ellis' first time overseeing the Carolina Cup as chief executive officer of the Carolina Cup Racing Association (CCRA). Ellis said the day proved to be a success despite threatening weather.
Camden City Council is officially agreeing to spring for the Wayfinding Signage project, which city staff wants to finish by the end of May. More specifically, council approved a resolution at its March 8 meeting committing funds to complete the project. The resolution approves up to $875,000, with the money coming completely from Hospitality Tax funds.