Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Announces Mid-Winter Ball Chairs

Self Regional Healthcare Foundation Announces Mid-Winter Ball Chairs

Self Regional Healthcare Foundation and the 26th annual Mid-Winter Ball Title Sponsor Greenwood Capital Associates and Countybank are pleased to announce this year’s ball will be co-chaired by Jane Dean and Jenni Shingler. This signature community event, scheduled for Saturday, March 1, 2014, will feature a theme of “Moonlight and Magnolias, An Evening of Southern […]

Christmas Tree Lightings

Christmas Tree Lightings

The Edgefield square was filled with anticipation as children and adults settled in on Friday evening for a short program of carols, emceed by Caroline Bland, Clio Lampkin led in prayer, and Gina Lester Sheely led the singing. The climax was the turning on of the Christmas tree lights by the Mayor along with the […]

Tour of Churches – “Better & Better”

Tour of Churches – “Better & Better”

Many saw the Tour of Churches, sponsored by the Historical Society of the county on Sunday as “getting better and better,” especially with a larger attendance. The walking tour crowds filed into the churches to hear special music and pageantry showing the story of Christ.  The tour concluded at Magnolia Dale, where “substantial refreshments” as […]

Plane Crashes at Trenton Airport

Plane Crashes at Trenton Airport

A small two-seater experimental airplane crashed at the Trenton Airport late Monday afternoon, Dec. 2.  According to an official at the scene who spoke with The Advertiser shortly after the crash, the pilot, Larry Putt, of Augusta, took off from the Trenton airport where his plane is reportedly kept.  Sometime after take off the engine […]

Coming This Week in The Advertiser

Just a few of the things to look forward to in this week’s print edition of The Edgefield Advertiser, available Wednesday, December 4 at local convenience stores and boxes: Orange peels – great uses for them in Dolly’s News, page 4, sect. 2 Your Child’s Face – if he/she played soccer, sect. 1 page 6 […]

Wild and Domestic Turkeys: Birds of a Different Feather

Wild and Domestic Turkeys: Birds of a Different Feather

While sitting down to enjoy turkey during the Thanksgiving holiday, remember that although wild and domestic turkeys are genetically the same species, that’s about where the similarity ends. “The wild turkey in a sprint can outrun a galloping horse,” said Charles Ruth, Deer and Turkey Project supervisor for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR). […]

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