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Camden Media to sponsor community publicity seminar
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Do you handle the publicity for a local community organization, non-profit group, civic club, charitable organization, church, garden club, school group, reunion committee or other group? Camden Media Co., publisher of the Chronicle-Independent and West Wateree Chronicle, invites you to a one-hour seminar on the best way to get your information published in our newspapers.

The seminar will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, at the Chronicle-Independent office, 909 W. DeKalb St., Camden.
Information on guidelines for What’s Up and church page listings, Localife features, news announcements and more will be presented.

“We offer the potential of your information being distributed to more than 62,000 households with a readership in excess of 140,000 in our family of newspapers in the Midlands of South Carolina,” said Camden Media Publisher Mike Mischner. “We also offer the potential of tens of thousands of hits on our local news websites.”

To be included in the seminar, please respond by e-mail to or by phone to Keri Boyce at (803) 432-6157 no later than Friday, Nov. 29.

Camden Media newspapers include the Chronicle-Independent, West Wateree Chronicle, Lee County Observer, Blythewood Country Chronicle, Ft. Jackson Leader, Shaw News, Lake Wateree News and The Connection, as well as Kershaw County’s local news websites, and