Article Archive for 2 February 2012
I am a college freshman. My sister, “Katie,” is a sophomore in high school. I am on good terms with many of her friends. One, “Jessie,” is a bit wild. In November, Jessie messaged me on Facebook. She said she had transferred to a private school because the public school “wasn’t good for rebels.”
Tamassee-Salem Elementary School recently announced its “Terrific Kids” for January. First row, from left, are: Noah Littleton, Aly Wilson, Michael Foster, Chloe Kennemore, Ryder Powell and Caroline Hopkins; second row, Makenzie Galloway, Cody Barker, David Ramey, Thomas Andrews, Hannah Mosley, Averi Nichols, Raeyanna …
I’d like to think that when I die it won’t be the end of me, but there will be another life of some kind out there for me. Is this just wishful thinking? — D. McD.| Answer:No, it’s not necessarily wishful thinking, because we were not meant for this world alone.
SENECA — Keowee Elementary School announces its second quarter honor roll. All A: Grade 5: Aidan Barker, Hanna Calhoun, Landon Covington, Lily Daum, Madison Leonard, Madison MacLachlan, Emma Marcengill, Carter McInnis, Garrett McNulty, Gracie Powell, Emma Sauer, Zoe Smith, Justin Stephens, John Twitty, Rachel Twitty, Elliott Wechter and Elizabeth White.
WESTMINSTER — The mission of West-Oak Middle School Junior Beta Club is to promote the ideals of character, service and leadership among students and to reward meritorious achievement. WOMS Junior Beta is actively involved in service to the community.
February is a month to think about love and relationships. The idea of a hand to hold brings hope for those who long for intimacy and closeness. This week I want to speak to people who are not presently in committed relationships. Are you ready for love and intimacy on a new level?
Mr. and Mrs. Marti Green of Clemson, S.C. are proud to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren Jane Green of Clemson, to Brian Fox of Rochester, N.Y.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Daniel High School in Central, S.C., received a BA from College of Charleston and an MS from Clemson University.
Women of Seneca Presbyterian Church, and many others throughout the community, are making a difference one knit, purl and crochet at a time. The women have joined together to create warm and wonderful items for missions, including hat and scarf sets, lap robes and shawls, baby hats and sweaters and other items. Grateful recipients of these gifts include:
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff and Lois Sharpe of Seneca, S.C. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mikayla Sharpe of Seneca to Vince Kreuzberger of West Union, S.C. The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Walhalla High School and received a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina in 2010.
SPARTANBURG — Dr. David S. Wood, senior vice president of academic affairs and dean of Wofford College, recently announced the Dean’s List students for the fall 2011 semester, including Faith Robison Holley of Seneca and Joshua Thomas Mangan of West Union.
On Jan. 28, the home school LEGO group, Clemson Area Super TEAM Lego Enthusiasts (CASTLE), competed against 17 other middle school teams in the first Lego League Regional Tournament held at Tri-County Technical College. CASTLE came away with the Robot Performance Award and first place overall with the Champions Award.