Strom Thurmond High School alumni classes’ 79-90 School Supplies Give-Away was a great success. They gave away over 100 school supplies to grades K-12.
For those who may have missed Ethel Butler’s column on Revivals in the print edition (correspondent for pages 2-3 in section 2), it was a special retrospective on the revival preparations of her youth – and well worth going back to that edition. Revivals are a part of church life in this area, and two […]
The festival T-shirts have come through, in Carolina blue, for everyone to purchase for advertising and supporting the Edgefield Heritage Jubilee Festival coming up the weekend of September 26-27. They can be purchased at Wells Fargo Bank, Town Hall, Park Row and Seawright Cleaners at $10.00, short sleeve; $15.00 for long sleeves.
It’s that time of the year again when we acknowledge our Citizen of the Year and Teachers of the Year, Support Staff of the Year, and our District Teacher of the Year, as well as District Support Staff of the Year. Celebration of Success 2014 will be held, Tuesday evening, September 2nd, beginning at 6:30 […]
Heritage Jubilee: Edgefield’s Heritage Jubilee will be held Saturday, September 27. For more information call or email: (803)637-6687 or (803)637-1800 (firstname.lastname@example.org.) Edgefield Farmers and Artisans Market: Town Square, every Saturday until November from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Plants, vegetables, fresh eggs, crafts and more. Vendors welcome. Info: 706-631-5564. Johnston Farmers Market: with seasonal fruits […]
“Way Down Yonder in the Paw Paw Patch” is the song most folks around here grew up with: “Pickiin’ up paw paws, puttin’ ‘em in the basket” as the song continues. And Bill Moody, whose paw paws are the inspiration for this story, says: ”Listen to the words. You pick up the paw paws after […]
The Old Edgefield Blacksmith Shop is beginning to bustle again. Jamie Von Stevens, the Edgefield Blacksmith, is making way for teaching folks interested in learning the art of blacksmithing. This is happening because she bought an old blacksmith shop in Georgetown and moved it here, which gives her several stations to work in – with […]
– By Sara and Karyn Sealy (mother and daughter) – This summer story began last November when my daughter and I planted pansies at our church, Mt. Calvary Lutheran, in Johnston. After church, one Sunday, we changed clothes and unloaded the truck with two flats of pansies that we grew in a horticulture class in […]
Piedmont Technical College President Dr. Ray Brooks has announced that Dr. Jack Bagwell has joined the college as the vice president for academic affairs. Bagwell is a graduate of Winthrop University, where he received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology. He earned his doctorate in educational studies from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2010. […]
Ashley Byrd has been promoted to Chief of News Services for Learfield News, Inc., a national news and sports broadcasting company headquartered in Jefferson City, Missouri. She and her family have moved to nearby Columbia, Missouri, and are learning every day how the Midwest is connected to South Carolina. Ashley now oversees all of the […]