7th Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon

7th Annual Fashion Show and Luncheon

The Woman’s Club of Johnston will be hosting their 7th Annual Spring Fashion Show and Luncheon this year on Saturday, April 5, at 10:30 at Johnston United Methodist Church. This year’s theme will be “Southern Belles.” Robin Hagaman and Bobbie Pullon, club members, will be sharing the job of directing. The woman’s club awards a scholarship to […]

Green Power Solar School Dedicated at Merriwether Middle School

Green Power Solar School Dedicated at Merriwether Middle School

Aiken Electric Cooperative, Santee Cooper and the Edgefield County School District dedicated today a Green Power Solar School at Merriwether Middle School. The school has been equipped with a solar cell array which is already producing electricity from the sun’s rays, providing students with a firsthand look at the opportunities and challenges of solar power. […]

“With clay in my veins…”

“With clay in my veins…”

– By Leonard Todd – I was a guest speaker at the 48th annual NCECA Conference, held this year in Milwaukee. The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts is a dynamic and influential organization that celebrates the creative potential of clay. Almost 4,500 of its members were at the conference, nearly all of them potters. I spoke on […]

Rev. Ernest M. Gordon 50 Years in the Pulpit

Rev. Ernest M. Gordon 50 Years in the Pulpit

Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church is announcing the retirement of Rev. Ernest M. Gordon. Rev. Gordon has been a pastor for 50 years. He has led Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church for 46 years. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church will be helping Rev. Gordon celebrate his 50 years of leading the lost to Christ with a retirement ceremony […]

Sylvia, a Play at the Bouknight Theatre

Sylvia, a Play at the Bouknight Theatre

Sylvia, a name meaning “of the woods,” in this case refers to a dog who radically interrupts the life of a New York couple looking for an awakening. The play opened this weekend to the delight of those looking for a laugh. An unusual role, Sylvia (the dog) is played by a fabulous talent, Korilyn […]

Here and There – 3-27-14

Here and There – 3-27-14

Revival: Mount Canaan Baptist Church, 2451 Edgefield Rd., Trenton, will have revival services March 26, 27 & 28 at 7 p.m. with Rev. Fred Coit revival pastor. In preparation for the revival the sanctuary will be open from noon to 7 p.m. March 24 & 25 for meditation and prayer. Everyone is invited. GED Classes: The […]

Local Teachers Selected to Attend Sciene Institute

Local Teachers Selected to Attend Sciene Institute

Roper Mountain Science Center, a facility of Greenville County Schools, is pleased to announce that teachers Jessica Quarles, Douglas Elementary School, Jody Swanson, Merriwether Elementary School and Jennifer Rice, W.E. Parker Elementary School have been selected to attend the Science P.L.U.S. Institute during the summer of 2014.   The Institute, 100% funded by a South Carolina […]

STHS FFA Tool ID Team Takes 2nd at State

STHS FFA Tool ID Team Takes 2nd at State

Students of the Strom Thurmond Career and Technology Center FFA Association spent their Thursday evening on March 06, 2014 on the campus of the Lexington Richland 5 Center for Advanced Technical Studies in Chapin South Carolina participating in the South Carolina FFA State Tool Identification Career Development Competition.  Students in the Tool Identification Career Development […]

Cinderella, a Hit at W. E. Parker

Cinderella, a Hit at W. E. Parker

Cinderella took the County as seen by all the players spilling over into the “nightlife” (called restaurants) in this area following that grand production, March 7, 2014.  Hooped skirts were bulging under one restaurant table and a mouse was sitting at another in one popular eating place. It was truly a success, and the story […]

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