Grief and the fear of letting go

March 21, 2020

In the beginning, grief is a fog; a thick, dense and never-ending barrier between you and the world as you once knew it.

A walk through 4-H history

Whenever it comes time for me to write an article for our weekly column, sometimes the topic comes easily to me.

Waffles, pancakes and other breakfast carbs

March 20, 2020

I’m waffling, y’all. Going into this week, I was convinced I’d use my column to talk about COVID-19 and why we need to take social distancing seriously.

Activities for senior men

March 19, 2020

So many male clients who have dementia end up isolated with their best friends being their family caregiver and the television.

No Joe for president

March 14, 2020

Thanks in part to South Carolina Democrats, good ol’ “Uncle Joe” Biden has come from behind in the Democratic primaries and is now the front runner.

BabyRead gives books to Head Start

BabyRead recently gave 70 hardboard books to all the children in the four classes at Head Start in Seneca to take home and read with their parents or others in their family.