Bethune Town Council unanimously proclaimed October as International Alpha Delta Kappa Month. Council also used the meeting to discuss the need for a message board along with areas in town that needed to be cleaned.
S.C. Rep. Laurie Slade Funderburk (left) was recently recognized as the 2011 "Friend of Extension" at the state Clemson Extension Epsilon Sigma Phi annual meeting. Deon S. Legette (right), regional lead Extension agent, presented the award to Funderburk, who received the honor as a result of her support of agriculture and family life in her district and throughout the state. She was instrumental in starting the Kershaw County Farmers Market and has been a strong supporter of the Kershaw County Forest Landowners Association and Farm/City activities. Funderburk has also been a strong supporter of 4-H and other Clemson ...
The Kershaw County Forest Landowners Association (KCFLOA) quarterly meeting will be held on Monday at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Clemson Extension Building located at the corner of DeKalb and Church streets.
It is fitting that I write this on my one-year anniversary date working for the city. The year has gone by so fast and I am grateful for your support. It has been a pleasure meeting so many wonderful people and groups along the way as well as getting your thoughts and suggestions for improvements.
October 07, 2011|
City of Camden Urban Forester
Camden Mayor Jeffrey Graham (left) presented Camden Lions Club member Rich Pinkerton with a proclamation Sept. 30, declaring Oct. 2-15 as South Carolina Lions Sight and Hearing Conservation Weeks in Camden. The observance will also include the annual Lions Club Candy Days donation drive, where Lions give away mints for donations to support state and local programs that assist the underprivileged with eyeglasses and hearing aids. Chaired by Pinkerton, the candy drive helps to provide funds to operate the South Carolina Lions Mobile Health Screening Unit, eye examinations and surgeries. Additionally, it helps support two camps for blind children in ...
Under a blanket of glittering night sky, the Harvest Moon Concert made its debut Saturday at Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. In an intimate setting in the garden of the Kershaw-Cornwallis House, homegrown talents Kelly and Patrick Morris of The Mobros entertained the audience with original and cover songs, followed by Tennessee musician Michael Jacobs. A Native American of the Cherokee Nation, Jacobs played flute and guitar and sang original tunes.