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Long to address Kershaw County Historical Society
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Winning driver Ned Jarrett in owner-mechanic Bondy Longs Ford 50 years ago on Labor Day 1965 won a 500-mile race at Darlington and set an unbroken NASCAR record.
A history heard for the first time is sure to delight the audience when "Bondy Long Tells the Story" at the Kershaw County Historical Society program Sunday, Nov. 15, at 3 p.m. Long’s talk on Camden’s 50-year-old place in national auto-racing history will be presented in the Council Chambers room in the Kershaw County Government Center, 515 Walnut St., Camden. Afterward, one block north at 1314 Broad St., the Camden Archives and Museum will open for the group to have a special viewing of its new exhibit "Camden’s Moment in NASCAR History—The Bondy Long Story." "It is a one-of-a-kind story, and we anticipate great interest in hearing it told in person," Historical Society president Julie Putnam said.