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Teena Hunt feels blessed with the opportunity to share her love of art with the students she teaches at Ravenel Elementary, Blue Ridge Elementary and Oakway Intermediate schools.
Clemson is aiming its efforts at turning water green – as in environmentally friendly.
With the help of the Center for Watershed Excellence at Clemson and the Environmental Protection Agency, those efforts come to life in Aiken. The overall plan is to help stop the immensely negative impact that storm water has on the area, which has caused a “serious water pollution problem,” according Beverly Banister, representative from the EPA.
The current director of the B.J. Skelton Career Center joined two former directors Friday in laying the first block for the new Career and Technology Center on Chastain Road that will serve 1,100 students from four Pickens County high schools.
Casserole, it’s such a yummy word. Seneca Middle School sixth-grade student Claire Yu certainly finds it scrumptious now.
After more than three years of organizing, the daughter of the Reverend Billy Graham, will offer her Just Give Me Jesus, a free, two-day revival for women at the BI-LO Center, March 19-20.
Seneca High School would like to congratulate the following students for receiving a SUPERIOR rating on their solo performance: Jessica Adams, Zachary Bailey — Advanced Division, Sam Burchfield , Haywood Dunston, Elise Grant, Adrian Mayes, Amanda Morton — Advanced Division, Mary Grace Smith and Emmy Williams — Advanced Division.