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Led by licensed therapists, the Sunburst Club is a grief support group for fifth- through eighth-graders who’ve lost a parent. The group meets the third Wednesday of each month, 4:15-5:30 p.m., at Carolina Counseling Professionals in downtown Seneca.
It was a man’s world nearly a century ago when one of America’s most famous highways got its start, opening up vast expanses of the West as it created an automobile artery that stretched roughly 2,400 miles from Chicago to the West Coast.
In recent weeks, Doc has been adjusting to the retired life as well as his successor, Woodrow, who’s keeping the veteran bomb-sniffing dog young, at least to some extent.
The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys play old-school bluegrass for people who grew up listening to Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Stanleys, who believe Bill Monroe set the rules for the genre and think any music without banjo should be tossed out the window.
The bluegrass quartet will play a free concert at the Tamassee DAR School Friday at 6 p.m.
Every summer, the U.S. Department of Agriculture partners with local organizations to provide free meals to kids. Littlejohn has previously been a site for the Summer Food Service program, but this year it’s a sponsor.
Rather than surfing the net, texting or tweeting, these boys learned karate, swam in the lake, built wooden chairs and shot BB guns and bows and arrows. The Cub Scout Investigators day camp was offered by the Oconee District of the Blue Ridge Council at High Falls County Park.