Articles in Lifestyles
Rick Wade went into the music tribute business by happenstance. While working for a private rural ambulance service, he picked up a patient who was an Elvis tribute artist. The two men became good friends and Wade frequently attended Tommy Ingle’s tribute shows.
On Jan. 12, 2010, a catastrophic earthquake devastated Haiti, leaving many children with no one to care for them. But out of this tragedy, the Haitian Children’s Choir was born.
For the fourth consecutive year, A Call to Action Oconee is sponsoring a poster contest for Oconee County students in grades 1 through 8 in an effort to raise awareness of bullying.
As the great-granddaughter of an Edgefield plantation owner and a Native American great-grandmother, Teresa Kemp has long worked to preserve the diverse legacy of her family.