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Westminster Elementary School announces it Kiwanis “Terrific Kids” for January recently. From left, bottom row, are: Clarisa Chapman, Emily Camden, Haley Goodwin, Noah Lay, Allison Silvers and Paige Hood; middle row: Sawyer Goodwin, Conner Henderson, Brice Carter, Olivia Ray, Cierra Silvers, Sonnie Crawford, Jonah Coleman, Josh Hood and Demaris Amador …
Bob Crenshaw installs the final eight stained glass windows Saturday at Seneca City Hall. The windows include pictures of the old Seneca High School, a log cabin used for a black junior college’s library, the Ballenger House, the Lunney House Museum, the Blue Ridge Arts Council, the Chamber of Commerce building …
Oconee County — The Oconee Local Board of the Emergency Food and Shelter Program met recently to review agencies that applied for the $11,910 in state set-aside funds issued to Oconee County from the Federal Emergency Management Assistance (FEMA) program. The following agencies will receive allotments of the $11,910:
I never thought I’d be writing, but here I am. I was a single mother and struggled to raise my children without help. They are all good kids. One daughter, “Susan,” lives 2,000 miles away from the rest of the family. She left home early, went to the big city and educated herself.
CLEMSON — Calling it unique would be a real understatement. This mix of science, space, music, art and education cannot be matched — there simply isn’t anything else like it in mainstream entertainment. “Bella Gaia,” meaning “beautiful earth,” is a theater production that will hit The Brooks Center on Tuesday.
The New Year has started with a surge of energy that brings to mind a picture of the post bell ringing as thoroughbreds burst from the gates to begin the Kentucky Derby. Out of the gates: This year, 38 volunteers of all ages from Central Baptist Church traveled from Douglasville, Ga. to assist our children and staff with campus-clean-up day.
I’ve tried to befriend a young man I work with who seems lonely, and have even invited him to our home for dinner several times. But he’s always refused, and finally he told me that he is a Christian and isn’t supposed to be friends with anyone who isn’t a Christian. Is this what the Bible teaches?
Seneca High School’s Winter Formal was scheduled for this upcoming Saturday. Student Government put in a lot of work to prepare for it by selling tickets, advertising, etc. However our principal, Mr. Roberts, decided to cancel it. Why, you might ask? Because he only had 120 people buy tickets and he supposedly needed 150 sold.
WESTMINSTER — West-Oak Middle announces its 2nd quarter honor roll. Grade 8 All A: Samuel Michael Baker, David Chance Fisher, Sydney Caroline Hodgin, Adam Lee Johns, Sarah Victoria Margain, Hannah Nicole McKee, Kourtney Alexis Nichols, Kelsey Lynn Ramey, Abigail Lynn Simmons, Elizabeth Ashley Smith and Timothy Alan Wayman.
OAKWAY — Oakway Intermediate School announces its second quarter honor roll. All A: Grade 5: Elly Corley, Ashlin Deatherage, Garrett Dickson, George Dioguardi, Allison Finley, Logan Lay, Charles Manley, Taylor Nabors, Jeremiah Prater, Ryan Sewell, Trevor Stephens and Megan Woody.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Poston of Seneca, S.C. announce the engagement of their daughter, Jodie Eskew Poston, to James Elgin Hawthorne III. The bride-elect graduated from Clemson University with a degree in psychology and from East Carolina University with a Master’s in rehabilitation studies.
James and Debbie Whittaker of Piedmont, S.C. are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Rae Whittaker of Greenville, S.C., to Woodson Evans Crenshaw of Greenville, formerly of Walhalla, S.C. The bride-elect is a graduate of Wren High School and USC-Upstate with a degree in middle level education.
WALHALLA — Walhalla Middle School announces that these students have made the second quarter honor roll. Grade 8 — All A: Harper Elizabeth Abbott, Hannah Grace Addis, Kaylee Samantha Alvarez, Taylor Rae Anderson, Victoria Ashley Badura, Haileight Danyelle Chapman, Mary Grace Estes …
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