Seven women nominated for award Willie Taylor honored as county’s First Lady Willie Taylor, whose compassion and concern has been evidenced for numerous years in many facets of service to Kershaw County and its citizens was named “First Lady, 1982”, Monday night. Selected from a field of seven nominees, Mrs. Taylor received a silver tray from last year’s First Lady,” Mary Y. Clark, during a Founder’s Day banquet given by Beta Sigma Phi sorority, sponsoring organization, at the Seafood Hut… Students names to leadership positions Two Columbia College students from Camden, Kim Spivey and Stacey Waldkirch, will serve their campus in leadership positions as a result of recent elections at the college. …Ms. Spivey will serve as a representative of the sophomore class on the Council on Community Action… Ms. Waldkirch will serve as a representative of the sophomore class on the Judicial Council… Energy head unimpressed with nuclear The United States can get a “much bigger bang for its dollar” by investing in alternative sources of energy, rather than in the nuclear energy programs favored by the Reagan administration, Richard Katzenberg, founder of the Renewable Energy Institute, said Monday. Katzenberg, who is vice chairman of the organization, was in Camden to visit Peggy Lloyd.