Photo cutline -- Marching proudly -- Members of the Lugoff-Elgin Marching Pride got the first halftime performance under their belt last Friday. Vicki Jordan perked up before taking the field to play the xylophone and Donald Quails and David Earnhart put all their energy into the mellophone.
Photo cutline -- Here for Ceremony -- Among those attending a reception Thursday night at the American Legion Hut were South Carolina American Legion Commander Pierce Flemming, French Consul Jack Muller and his wife Mary, Grande Chief deGare Peter Karres, German Consul First Class Juergan A. R. Staks, Mrs. Burton Gale, Regent, Hobkirk Chapter, D.A.R., and Terry Gregory, American Legion Post 17 Commander. The reception was held in honor of the dignitaries in Camden to attend Friday morning's ceremony at Bethesda Presbyterian Church in honor of Baron DeKalb.
Photo cutline -- Championship Form -- Camden's Andrea Peltosalo shows the fine form which she displayed in Savannah, Ga. last week as she and Sis Kibler of Columbia teamed to win the Girls' Doubles in the Savannah Invitational Tournament last week. Andrea and Sis were runners-up in the Women's Doubles, also. Also participating in the tournament were Jackie Marshall and Faye Redfearn of Camden.
Photo cutline -- Bethune defenders bring down a Buford receiver in action from last year's Shrine Club Football Jamboree. The Wildcats will kick the evening off this year when they face North Central in the annual event.
Former Camden High School Band Director William R. "Bill" Basden was honored with the President's Award for outstanding contribution to the support and development of bands given by Phi Beta Mu national bandmasters society.