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d e pa r tm e nt s 2 Almanac 10 Biz Briefs 11 Chamber Report 12 Local Flavor 16 Arts & Culture 18 Health & Wellness 19 Education 20 Sports & Recreation 21 Business Guide

on the cover Reenactors converge on the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site to participate in the 41st Annual Field Days in Camden. Photo by Todd Bennett


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Welcome to Kershaw County An introduction to the area’s people, places and events

A Dog-Gone Good Cause

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And the Acorn Goes To ... Camden Tree Foundation The Camden Tree Foundation (CTF) received the 2010 Golden Acorn Award for Outstanding Community Forestry Program from TreeSC, due to its high level of commitment to taking care of the community’s urban forest. Serving the area for nearly 30 years, the CTF has donated and planted thousands of trees and shrubs that enhance Camden’s various vistas. The group takes on a substantial tree planting and/or landscaping project each year, as well as several smaller projects. The CTF has also played a significant role in helping Camden earn the status of Tree City USA for more than two decades. For more information, contact the CTF at (803) 243-7036.

Held each year in April or May, Camden’s Paws-A-Thon takes place at the Kershaw-Cornwallis House on the grounds of the Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site. All proceeds are donated to the Walter M. Crowe Animal Shelter, a nonprofit shelter managed by the Kershaw County Humane Society. The shelter works to provide food, housing and medical care for each animal it serves, and also offers educational programs to prevent abuse and overpopulation. The Paws-A-Thon event invites attendees to walk their dogs along the property’s paths, while also enjoying live music, a cash bar, dog show and chef competition.

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Historic Boykin Mill Farms allows guests to get a glimpse of what life in Kershaw County may have been like more than 100 years ago. Named for William Boykin II and his sons, who settled in the area in 1755, the Boykin community and Boykin Mill Pond are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Visitors can see meal and grits ground by water power and watch as handmade brooms are created at The Broom Place. Guests also can enjoy a meal at Boykin’s Mill Pond Steak House, known as one of the finest restaurants in South Carolina.

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Taking place at Carolina Motorsports Park, 24 Hours of LeMons is a road race in which teams compete in cars costing no more than $500. While some races last entire weekends, others span only 24 hours. The race’s name is a parody of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the world’s oldest sports car endurance race, held near Le Mans, France. In order to participate, drivers must fill out applications and pay $100. Due to the large number of applicants, not all drivers are accepted. Those who would prefer to spectate can do so for $20 a day, and $30 covers an entire weekend of race watching.

n Catch the action at the Carolina Cup or Colonial Cup, Kershaw County’s famed steeplechase events. n Drop a line at Lake Wateree, a prime spot for fishing and boating. n Swing by South Carolina Equine Park’s 40 acres of land designed for all kinds of horse competitions and spectator sports.

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n Brush up on your history with a driving, walking, or carriage tour through Camden Historic District, comprised of more than 60 preserved homes and buildings. n Embrace your inner artist at the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, offering everything from theater performances to an art gallery and arts education building.

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population (2010 estimate) Kershaw County: 61,697

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location Kershaw County is in north-central South Carolina; it is part of the Columbia metro area.


beginnings Kershaw County was formed in 1791 from parts of Claremont, Lancaster, Fairfield and Richland counties. It is named for Joseph Kershaw, an early settler. Camden is the county seat. contact information Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce 607 S. Broad St. P.O. Box 605 Camden, SC 29020 Phone: (803) 432-2525 Fax: (803) 432-4181

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A GOOD Reason to Stay Equestrians thrive in Kershaw County

Story By Renee Elder


oxhunting brought Janice Coley to Kershaw County, but it was the enthusiasm of the community that made her want to stay. As publisher of The Camden Equestrian, board member of the South Carolina Equine Promotion Foundation and Secretary for the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation South Carolina Committee, Coley is immersed in a network of horse enthusiasts. Yet just five years ago Coley was a resident of Charlotte, leading the fast-paced life of a successful advertising executive. “My mother often told me I lived too fast, and finally I realized

she was right,” Coley says. “In 2003 I bought a horse, Kirby, who became my best friend and changed my life.” A New Home in Camden In addition to participating with Kirby in hunts and equestrian activities around Charlotte, Coley made the hour-long drive once or twice a week to hunt and ride the trails in Camden. In the spring of 2006, she decided to stay. “I liked the informality of a small town,” she says, “the pace is slower, and you can take time to get to know people.” After living in Camden for a year, Coley realized the depth of

the area’s equine heritage. “It’s not a rural area with some horse farms scattered about; it is a true ‘horse town,’ which has supported jobs and businesses for decades. The stories are endless and new ones are being made every day.” The Camden Equestrian Coley conceived the idea of publishing a magazine that would celebrate the community and its unique place in the equine industry. The Camden Equestrian, a full-color, high-quality glossy magazine was born, sharing stories and promoting business. “Bringing people together is what it’s all about. Business owners

Janice Coley is publisher of The Camden Equestrian, board member of the South Carolina Equine Promotion Foundation and Secretary for the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation South Carolina Committee.

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know their customers by name and care about their interests.” Readers from 14 states subscribe to The Camden Equestrian to keep in touch with the area’s training, hunting, showing and other horserelated activities. Although Coley lost her best friend Kirby this year, another horse soon turned up “out of the blue,” she says. “He is a beautiful Thoroughbred off the track, and I’m sure Kirby is happy that I have a new friend.” Thoroughbred training facilities

like The Camden Training Center bring in hundreds of Thoroughbred racehorses each year. “The footing and climate is great for horses. Camden has arguably the finest training facilities in the country,” Coley says. The South Carolina Equine Park, the National Steeplechase Museum, Springdale Race Course and the Camden Equine Rehabilitation & Conditioning Center draw people here, further contributing to the quality of life.

Coley enjoys living on her small horse farm and running her equine-themed business, which promotes the area for others to enjoy. “I would encourage anyone to consider Kershaw County. Our area is blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, outdoor recreation, a large historic district, festivals, shopping and dining. There is always something to do, even if it is sitting in the barn smelling the hay.”

“... Camden has arguably the finest training facilities in

Janice Coley moved here from Charlotte in 2006 and founded The Camden Equestrian, a magazine that keeps readers in touch with the area’s many horse-related activities.


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Book published on history of Kershaw County


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ere’s one for the books: A book has been published that details the long and interesting history of Kershaw County. The book is titled A History of Kershaw County, South Carolina and was released in January 2011 by the Kershaw County Historical Society. The society is based in Camden and has more than 100 members devoted to preserving the historic sites and heritage of Kershaw County, whose formal founding dates back to 1791. As for the book, it is a 700-page, hard-bound compilation that was co-authored by residents Joan A. and L. Glen Inabinet, and published by The University of South Carolina Press. Most of the books sell for $49.95, but readers can also get a limited edition leather-bound format that is numbered and autographed for $100. Books are available at various sites in Kershaw County as well as through

Even a Facebook Page The Inabinets provide a comprehensive narrative that describes the South Carolina community from prehistoric to present times. The book is filled with text, illustrations and an extensive index, and covers Kershaw County historical subjects such as Native American dwellers, the American Revolution, Civil War years, the Industrial Revolution and commercial innovations of the 20th and 21st centuries that have helped the county prosper. Since its publication, the Inabinets have given talks to numerous groups and even appeared as guest panelists at the South Carolina Book Festival. A History of Kershaw County, South Carolina also has a Facebook page that provides periodic updates of the book’s progress.  – Kevin Litwin

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Target has a distribution center strategically placed along I-20 in Lugoff.

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WORK IN PROGRESS County proud to be ready for business

Story By Laura Kimball | Photography By todd bennett


sk companies like Target and Kawashima Textiles why they chose Kershaw County as a place to do business, and their answers will include several factors. A skilled workforce, excellent transportation infrastructure, proximity to the state capital of Columbia and low operating costs will probably be among the reasons. But most important, Kershaw County was ready – ready to work. That is why Southeast Renewable Energy announced in late 2010 that it is constructing a $50 million biomass plant in Kershaw County that 8

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will ultimately hire 20 employees. The plant is scheduled to open in late 2012. Ready, Set, Go As an active participant in the state’s readySC program, Kershaw County is ready to seamlessly start up new facilities, identify company needs and train local workers to meet the challenges of evolving industries in a changing world. The readySC program acts as an outsourced human resources department, at little or no cost to the company, by recruiting and advertising, developing a relevant curriculum and

educating trainers and potential new workers. ReadySC has trained 1,655 workers at companies in Kershaw County, including Advanced Performance Tech, BlueCross BlueShield, DANA Corp., Hardwicke Chemical, Heritage Embroidery, Kawashima Textiles, Target and Veratec.

stores in the Carolinas, Georgia and Virginia, which are all easily accessible from the nearby interstate system. Growing Service Sector Kershaw County seeks to continue growing its industry by targeting the business services sector, which includes call centers, corporate offices, claims and processing centers, and more. One of the latest developments to recruit these types of businesses is a virtual call center spec building in Wateree Executive Park, which consists of virtual plans for a 60,000-square-foot building made available to companies for review. Without the costly investment of bricks and mortar, Kershaw County is able to offer new businesses a tangible site, complete with a 3-D video of the virtual building. When a business decides to call the building home, construction of a shell building can be completed in 90 days or less.

Regionally Speaking Meanwhile, on a more regional level, the Central SC Alliance, a group of 10 counties and one city in the heart of the state, pools assets to attract capital investment and jobs. In addition, Central Carolina Technical College in Camden/Sumter and Midlands Technical College in Columbia offer industrial training and occupational education to workers in Kershaw County through their continuing education programs and credit courses.

Location That’s Right on Target Since these products must be able to reach consumers quickly, another reason for choosing the area as a home base is location. Kershaw County is located halfway between New York and Miami, and is within 24-hour ground access to more than 70 percent of the U.S. market. These logistics affect the Target Distribution Center, which has more than 40 acres under one roof and recently underwent a $70 million expansion to become the retailer’s largest distribution center in the U.S. It serves Target

$50 million Investment in Southeast Renewable Energy’s new biomass plant

1,655 Number of workers trained by the readySC program in Kershaw County

70 Percentage of the U.S. market Kershaw County has 24-hour ground access to

40 Acreage of the Target Distribution Center

60,000 Square footage of building available to companies in Wateree Executive Park

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Automotive Assets All these efforts have a tangible economic result, as Kershaw County is home to a small but growing base of automotive-related manufacturers. Kawashima Textiles USA makes car seat fabric, South Carolina Yutaka Technologies manufactures catalytic converters, and Dana Corporation produces trailer modules. Other area companies are the source for products such as aluminum wheels, filter elements and more.

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Biz Briefs Businesses – both large and small – that help define kershaw county’s economic climate

Scorecard Business At A Glance

$578 million Annual Retail Sales

$9,883 Retail Sales per Capita

$52 million Annual Hotel and Food Sales

4,840 Total Number of Firms Source: U.S. Census QuickFacts


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BLOOMSBURY INN Biz: Bed and breakfast Buzz: Built between 1849-1854, the Bloomsbury Inn was used primarily as a family residence until 2004, when Bruce and Katherine Brown bought Bloomsbury and transformed it into a bed and breakfast. In addition to four rooms, the inn offers wireless Internet, fresh breakfast in the morning and evening socials.

WM. T. MILLER LUMBER COMPANY Biz: Building materials Buzz: Since starting as a simple saw mill in the beginning of the 20th century, Wm. T. Miller Lumber Company has evolved into a full-service building materials company. The company operates two stores, one in Camden and one in Elgin, and supplies lumber, windows, decking, paint and coatings, and more.

TARGET DISTRIBUTION CENTER Biz: Target careers Buzz: Target’s the go-to store for all things home and entertainment related that guarantees great finds at low prices. But the Target in Lugoff, S.C., is geared toward careers. The Target Distribution Center offers the opportunity to act behind the scenes, with careers in administration, logistics and management.

camden floral Biz: Flower shop Buzz: Whatever the occasion, Camden Floral has the appropriate arrangement. Established in 1921, Camden Floral is the city’s oldest and largest full-service florist, offering over 4,000 square feet of retail space at its location on Goodale Avenue. The showroom includes a fresh flowering and green plant area, which functions as a greenhouse without walls.


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ne of the most historic buildings in all of South Carolina now houses the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center. The old Robert Mills Courthouse in downtown Camden was constructed in 1825 and then expanded in 1845, and the building was designed by architect Robert Mills who also designed the Washington Monument. Mills is also responsible for several other landmark structures in South Carolina and the Southeast. “It is interesting being headquartered in a building that dates back to before the Civil War,” says Liz Horton, executive director of the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center. “The building served as Kershaw County’s courthouse until 1906, when a new courthouse was built on the location of the present day courthouse. The Mills building went through a number of different owners until the chamber bought it in 1999.” Horton says the chamber has been in the building since the mid-2000s, with offices on the first floor of the two-story structure. “When you’re in a building this old, funds are always needed for upkeep and restoration, and to date, nearly $1.5 million has been spent on restoring the building back to its 1845 condition,” she says. “In fact, we just recently received another grant and have spent $40,000 for additional renovations, replacing tile and restoring floors throughout the structure.”

purchased bricks to highlight their special event.” The courthouse is easily accessible off Interstate 20 at exit 98, en route to the downtown district of Camden. “Being such an old building, visitors like to stop in and see the facility itself before picking up brochures that detail other attractions throughout the community,” Horton says. “The building has been restored with modern conveniences, but still has its charm. You won’t see many 1825 buildings equipped with wireless Internet, but this one is.” – Kevin Litwin

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Commemorative bricks along the promenade in front of the Robert Mills Courthouse in downtown Camden

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Horton says most of the upgrades have been paid for by grants and private donations, and a Brick Walkway program is also in place with commemorative bricks installed and engraved along the promenade in front of the courthouse. “Bricks sell to the public for $100 apiece and can be in honor of someone who has passed away, or to commemorate an event or a variety of other reasons,” she says. “This old courthouse hosts a lot of weddings, and several brides and grooms have

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Local Flavor

Eat Your Fruits and Veggies Farms, farmers markets keep fresh food on local tables


estaurants and eateries in Kershaw County like to dish it out fresh. Residents and visitors can enjoy a variety of locally produced, fresh options that support the state’s economy and farmers.

initiative include Old Armory Steakhouse & Seafood, which is located in downtown Camden. Also on the list of restaurants seeking to utilize local ingredients and support local farmers at the same time are Springdale Hall Country Club in Camden and Woodcreek Farms in Elgin.

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Kershaw County makes it easy for chefs and families alike to

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Like many progressive areas of the country, Kershaw County embraces the farm-to-table movement, a push by consumers to buy food directly from local farmers, thereby reducing “food miles” on products and supporting local agriculture at the same time. Oh, and it also happens that fresh food tastes better. In fact, Kershaw County restaurants such as the Mill Pond Steakhouse, located in Rembert, go out of their way to use fresh, local ingredients. For the Mill Pond’s Fried Green Tomato Napoleon, a popular appetizer, chefs seek out local tomatoes, which are fried and then layered with cheese and lump crab meat. Along the same lines, several Kershaw County restaurants participate in South Carolina’s Fresh on the Menu program. Launched in 2008 and part of the Certified SC initiative, Fresh on the Menu encourages local chefs to ensure that at least 25 percent of their menus include South Carolina-grown foods. Restaurants involved in this

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shop for the freshest local food available at the weekly Kershaw County Farmers Market. Held every Saturday morning from the second Saturday in April through the second Saturday in December, the farmers market is located behind First Community Bank in Camden. The market aims to provide consumers with farmfresh foods while carving out a sustainable agriculture niche for today’s farmers. Vendors on a typical Saturday

Carolina Cafe and Grill in Camden

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offer a variety of items, including fresh produce, honey, rice and other grains, eggs, all-natural skin care products, grass-fed beef, free-range poultry, baked goods, milk and even textiles, like felted wool. Learn more about the farmers market and its vendors at To get even closer to your food, visit HoField Farms, where customers may enjoy a “pickyour-own” experience. Products at the farm include strawberries, peaches and more. The farm is located in Camden.

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Other Local Favorites in Camden Sam Kendall’s serves contemporary American cuisine in its historic building dating from the 1870s. The restaurant is open for dinner and has a full bar, which serves customers from a full wine, beer and cocktail menu. Food options include soup and salad options, as well as steaks and seafood with specialties such as the chicken pomodoro and pork tenderloin. For a cup of coffee or a quick sandwich, check out the Carolina Cafe on Broad Street, which specializes in sandwiches, salads, soups, desserts and has a coffee bar complete with espressos, cappuccinos and gourmet coffees. The cafe is open Mondays through Saturdays for lunch and early dinner, and Sundays for early dinner only.

Food Festivals and Fun Food is also the main attraction at area celebrations. The Bethune Chicken Strut, a three-day food festival, features a pageant, tractor pull and a singing competition, the renowned Colgate Country Showdown. Also, the Elgin Catfish Stomp, held each year in December, features catfish stew made from local catfish, as well as live music, square dancing and cooking competitions. – Laura Kimball

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Arts & Culture

Heart for the Arts Cultural options are abundant in Kershaw County


he arts and culture scene is alive and well in Kershaw County, with many choices for residents to enjoy. Here is a sampling:

oldest active polo field in the United States. In fact, equine activities have played a leading role in Kershaw County’s culture for generations. Called the Steeplechase Capital of the World, Kershaw County hosts two large steeplechases every year. Carolina Cup kicks off the spring season, along with elaborate tailgating and bright spring fashions. An estimated 50,000 fans crowd into the Springdale Race Course for a day of racing and outdoor activity, making this rite of spring the largest steeplechase race meeting in North America. The Colonial Cup, held in the fall, is the last big equine event of the year, although Springdale Race Course, a 600-acre racehorse training center, operates all year. – Laura Kimball

Visual Arts The Artists’ Attic in the Camden Antique and Arts District houses nine artists under one roof and welcomes visitors who want a glimpse of the creative process. The studio is on South Broad Street, and artists work in a variety of mediums. Also in the district are other interesting destinations such as Whittington’s Interiors and Antiques and Camden Antiques Market, which boasts finds from more than 30 dealers. Camden also is home to other destinations for art lovers, including the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, Rutledge Street Gallery, and the Garden Gate Gallery and Frame Shop.

Performing Arts Kershaw County is also home to year-round music and theater events that include the Carolina Downhome Blues Festival, held each fall for three days. The celebration is sponsored by the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County, whose mission is to “provide a stage, literally and figuratively, for the talents of all residents of Kershaw County.“ The Fine Arts Center hosts theatrical performances for both adults and children, plus schedules many musical events. They include chamber music, symphony, blues, jazz and gospel, plus education classes are offered in dance, drama, music lessons, visual arts and even summer camps for kids. Kershaw County also offers proximity to a major metropolitan area and all that comes with it. Columbia, the state capital and only 30 minutes away, is home to the South Carolina Philharmonic, the Koger Center for the Arts and the University of South Carolina.

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An artist works on a piece at the Artists’ Attic in Camden.


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Kershaw County’s appreciation for history and tradition melds into the countryside, where Revolutionary War battlefields are maintained alongside the Camden Polo Field, the second-

Artwork at the Artists’ Attic photo by todd Bennett

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Health & Wellness

A nurses station at KershawHealth Medical Center at Camden

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Time for a Checkup KershawHealth has nine convenient facilities


eing hospitable is what KershawHealth is all about. The nonprofit health care organization has roots dating back to 1913 when Camden Hospital was founded, and its mission is still to provide all Kershaw County citizens and surrounding communities with quality, cost-effective, personalized health care. Today’s KershawHealth features nine individual facilities along with hospice and home health care, so here is a brief background of facilities in Camden, Elgin, Bethune, Kershaw and Lugoff:

Camden KershawHealth Medical Center at Camden has 121 acute care beds along with an emergency room and outpatient services. The hospital also has a women’s center, intensive care unit, pediatric unit, surgical unit and imaging lab. Camden is also home to the Karesh Long Term Care Center, an 88-bed facility licensed by the state for skilled and intermediate care to Medicare and Medicaid recipients. Social Services


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paperwork assistance and recreational activities are offered as part of long-term care. Also, KershawHealth Sleep Diagnostics Center is in Camden, where a board-certified sleep specialist and certified sleep technicians identify and provide treatment recommendations for sleep disorders.

Elgin Outpatient Center at Elgin is in Wateree Executive Park and offers services such as cardiology screenings, nuclear medicine, CT imaging, digital mammography, x-rays and ultrasounds. It is open Monday-Friday. Urgent Care Center at Elgin is also in Wateree Executive Park, and no appointments are necessary. It is ideal for treatment of mishaps such as sprains and strains, cuts and burns, allergic reactions, sinus infections and the flu. Also, Primary Care at Elgin is in the Elgin Outpatient Center. Staffing Primary Care are board-certified specialists in family medicine.

Bethune Healthcare Place at Bethune offers a wide range of family health care services that include pediatrics, adult screenings and immunizations, female health care and family planning. Healthcare Place is open Monday-Wednesday as well as Fridays.

Kershaw The Physical Therapy Clinic at Kershaw allows patients easy access to rehabilitation after an injury or surgery. The clinic has certified physical therapists and physical therapy assistants who develop customized treatment plans designed to return patients to normal day-to-day living.

Lugoff West Wateree Medical Complex in Lugoff provides a broad range of services to residents of Lugoff, Elgin and West Waterlee communities. The complex has physician offices, a complete lab, x-ray and mammography services, and rehabilitation programs. – Kevin Litwin


School is in Session Kershaw County offers a range of public, private and higher education opportunities Department of Education. Also, the district’s commitment to technology is underlined by the school superintendent’s use of it. Dr. Frank Morgan publishes a daily blog, KCDSblog, with content including school system updates and business, as well as personal pats on the back for students and teachers.

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Private Schools

Camden Military Academy


n Kershaw County, the opportunities for education are seemingly endless. Whether you’re a parent looking to enroll your child in a public or private school, or an adult seeking higher education, Kershaw County has you covered.

Public Schools In the Kershaw County School District, wireless, high-speed networks connect all 20 schools. The district also was the first in South Carolina to provide individual laptops to all high school students and teachers, a program called i-CAN that started in 2005. In addition to i-CAN, the school

district is completing a plan that will provide all children with equal learning opportunities and facilities throughout the county. A school construction program, budgeted at $102.2 million, includes two middle schools, new athletic facilities at all three high schools, a new elementary school and two elementary school renovation projects. While these improvements prepare students for the future, KCSD is also proud of its present accomplishments. The district’s 2009 Palmetto Assessment of State Standards scores were equal to or better than state averages in 19 of 24 categories, according to the South Carolina

Kershaw County School District Tests Well It was a good year for the Kershaw County School District. All three of its high schools were among 72 recognized by the state for high achievement on either ACT or SAT college entrance tests. The

Kershaw County’s private schools also offer quality options. The Camden Military Academy, dating to 1892, is a private boarding school for boys with a statewide reputation as the official military school of South Carolina. Other options include a Montessori school, parochial schools and several private schools in nearby Columbia, the state capital.

Higher Education Also in Columbia is the main campus of the University of South Carolina, providing area residents with higher education opportunities, including advanced degrees, while remaining close to home. In Camden and nearby Sumter, Central Carolina Technical College offers a wide selection of programs including an extensive online program. Currently, the school enrolls 15,000 students each year in associate degree, diploma and certificate programs. – Laura Kimball

seniors’ average composite scores on the ACT reached an all-time district high. The test is composed of four sub-categories, and Kershaw students stayed the same or improved in each category, with the biggest improvements made in the English category. The local average score increased two-tenths of a point to 20.2 on a 36-point scale.

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Sports & Recreation

Outside is Calling County’s outdoor possibilities are nearly endless


inding outdoor fun is a cinch in Kershaw County, as the area offers a wide variety of recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, horseback riding and golf. Team athletics and shooting sports round out the options, giving residents plenty of choices.

races, horse enthusiasts may take advantage of year-round activities at the South Carolina Equine Park, a 40-acre center that has been specifically designed for a full range of activities. The SCEP is accessible by several nearby interstates, including I-20, I-95, I-26 and I-77.

Lure of the Lake

Set Your Sights

Lake Wateree, one of the state’s oldest manmade lakes, is a huge draw for fishers and boaters. With more than 13,000 surface acres and 242 miles of shoreline, the lake offers bountiful crappie, bass, catfish and bream. Lake Wateree State Park features a lakeside campground, nature trail, picnic area, playground, tackle shop/store and a boat ramp. The Wateree River, Goodale State Park and Kendall Lake are nearby.

Shooting sports also occupy a good bit of free time in Kershaw County, with activities ranging from skeet shooting and a sporting clays course at Hermitage Farm Shooting Sports in Camden to quail hunting at Back 40 Wing & Clay in Bethune. Another popular hunting and fishing locale is PowderKegg Wildlife Preserve, in Cassatt,

Parks and Rec The Kershaw County Recreation Department alone offers superior facilities and programs, including tennis courts, baseball fields, soccer fields, volleyball courts and a “star-struck” observatory for astronomers. Programs open to the public include dance classes – including South Carolina’s state dance, the shag – gymnastics, tennis lessons, martial arts, swimming, playgrounds and more.

Equine Sports

Camden Country Club


Ke r s h aw C o u n t y

Todd Bennett

It’s no surprise that equine activities also play a big role in area recreation. In addition to the annual polo events and cup

which specializes in trophy whitetail deer hunts.

Great Golf Landlubbers, or those who simply like to cast golf balls instead of fishing lures, will be pleased to discover several golf links in the area. The Camden Country Club offers an 18-hole championship course, a challenging par 70 that is frequently rated among the top 25 South Carolina golf courses. Other golfing options include Green Hill Golf Club, which is a nine-hole regulation course in Lugoff, the 18-hole White Pines Golf Course in Camden, Bethune Country Club, and Pickett-Thomas Park and Golf Club. – Laura Kimball

Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce

2012 Business Guide The following information was provided by the Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce. The area code is 803 and the state is south carolina, unless otherwise noted.


Assisted Living – Retirement Communities

Automotive – Tire Stores

Cantey, Tiller, Pierce & Green, LLC • 432-1436 1204 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Springdale Healthcare Center • 432-3741 146 Battleship Rd., Camden, 29020

Camden Tire Co., Inc. • 432-3481 1109 Wylie St., Camden, 29020

Kenneth S. Higgenbotham, CPA • 432-2605 2039 W. DeKalb St., Ste. B, Camden, 29020


Graham’s Tire Service, Inc. • 432-6776 828 Mill St., Camden, 29020

Sheheen, Hancock & Godwin, LLP • 432-1424 1011 Fair St., Camden, 29020

Baxley, Pratt & Wells, PA, Attorneys at Law • 438-4200 3 The Common – Ward Rd., Lugoff, 29078

Horton Tire Co., Inc. • 432-9761 2618 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020


Childs & Halligan, PA • 254-4035 1301 Gervais St., # 900, Columbia, 29201

JUSTAHOBBY Farm and Kennels • 427-0604 1991 Boykin Rd., Rembert, 29128

The Connell Law Firm, LLC • 408-8500 20 Townlee Ln., Ste. A, Lugoff, 29078


Alarm Companies

DuBose-Robinson, PC, Attorneys at Law • 432-1992 935 Broad St., Camden, 29020

First Citizens Bank – Camden • 432-1995 404 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Fisher & Phillips, LLP • 255-0000 1901 Main St., Ste. 1400, Columbia, 29201

First Citizens Bank – Elgin • 438-5416 2464 Main St., Elgin, 29045


Laurie Slade Funderburk, Attorney at Law • 432-0188 506 Walnut St., Camden, 29020

First Citizens Bank – Lugoff • 438-6675 844 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Heritage Antique Mall • 425-4191 113 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Law Office of M. Scott Rankin • 424-0026 711 Lafayette Ave., Camden, 29020

Springdale Antiques, Inc. • 432-0312 951 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Nexsen Pruet, LLC • 253-8201 1230 Main St., Ste. 700, Columbia, 29201

First Community Bank • 432-7575 631 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020


Patrick D. Partin, Attorney at Law • 432-7111 931 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Telasco Alarm Service, Inc. • 432-5265 2635 N. Broad St., Camden, 29021 Alteration Shops Wanda’s Alterations & Boutique • 432-1657 2521 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Fox Run Apartments • 432-3997 148 Wall St., Camden, 29020 Lafayette Square Apartments • 432-7417 300 Lafayette Way, Apt. 2-E, Camden, 29020 Riverwinds Apartments • 432-4107 1324 Old River Rd., Camden, 29020 Sherwood Forest Apartments • 438-1572 710 Cambridge Ln., Lugoff, 29078 Appliance Sales & Service Logan’s Appliance Center • 425-4333 945 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020 Appraisers – Home Inspection Premium Home Inspections and Appraisals • 427-6353 1601 A Roberts Ave., Camden, 29020

Savage, Royall & Sheheen • 432-4391 1111 Church St., Camden, 29020 Automotive – Auto Parts

Heritage Community Bank • 424-1759 2220 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Carolina Chrysler – Jeep – Dodge, LLC • 438-9160 891 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Heritage Chevrolet – Buick – Pontiac – GMC, Inc. • 438-1241 825 Hwy. 1 S., Camden, 29020

Lugoff Toyota • 438-7800 878 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Automotive – Oil Change Stations Jeff Gainey’s Lube Center, LLC • 438-8480 680 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Art Galleries – Antiques

Automotive – Paint & Body Shops

Andries van Dam, Investment Art and Antiques • 427-4654 914 Market St., Camden, 29020

Bob Williams Auto Body, Inc. • 432-0461 1224 Wylie St., Camden, 29020

Arts Centers – Rental Facilities

Lugoff Paint & Body Shop, Inc. • 438-3483 647 Lachicotte Rd., Lugoff, 29078

Assisted Living Covenant Place • 469-7007 2825 Carter Rd., Sumter, 29150

First Palmetto Savings Bank, Inc. – Dusty Bend • 432-1982 2310 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Automotive – Dealerships

Boykin & Munnerlyn Architects & Associates • 432-3233 1305 Monument Sq., Camden, 29020

Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County • 425-7676 810 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

First Palmetto Savings Bank, Inc. – Camden • 432-2265 407 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

First Palmetto Savings Bank, Inc. – Lugoff • 438-1461 70 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Lugoff Ford – Lincoln – Mercury • 438-6124 979 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Artists’ Attic • 432-9955 930 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Mulberry Market Bake Shop • 424-8401 536 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

O’Reilly Auto Parts • 425-1062 1047 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020


Art Galleries


City Paint and Body, Inc. • 424-1221 128 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

NBSC • 713-1105 501 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Sandhills Bank • (843) 334-2265 300 King St. E., Bethune, 29009 TD Bank • 424-0698 315 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Wells Fargo • 425-7760 519 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Barbershops Blackwell’s Modern Barbershop – Camden • 432-2262 1014 Broad St., Camden, 29020 John’s Barbershop • 438-0604 30 Raspberry Ct., Lugoff, 29078 Bars The Old Towne Tavern • 900-0215 1044 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Bed & Breakfasts

Palmetto Paint & Body Works • 432-3814 810 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Bloomsbury Inn • 432-5858 1707 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

Automotive – Repair & Service

Camden House Bed & Breakfast • 713-1013 1502 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Williams Automotive • 425-1023 513 Monroe St., Camden, 29020

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Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Old McCaskill’s Farm Bed & Breakfast • 432-9537 377 Cantey Ln., Rembert, 29128 Building Supplies Lowe’s • 572-9000 11 Bay Ln., Camden, 29020 Wateree Ace Hardware • 438-1007 886 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Building Supplies – Hardware Camden Builders Supply • 432-4219 914 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Wm. T. Miller Lumber Co., Inc. • 432-6041 107 York St., Camden, 29020 Cable TV TruVista • 432-3461 1637 Springdale Dr., Camden, 29020 Car Rentals Enterprise Rent-A-Car • 438-0990 510 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Carriage Companies Camden Carriage Co. • 425-5737 908 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Camden Community Concert Band • 432-5742 414 Laurens St., Camden, 29020 Camden First Community Development Corp. • 432-3553 704 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Camden Jaycees • 427-3496 P.O. Box 14, Camden, 29020 Camden Junior Welfare League • 432-9700 524 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

PC Medics • 424-0167 2319 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020

The Camden Tree Foundation, Inc. • 243-7036 P.O. Box 473, Camden, 29021

Construction Companies

Camden-Lugoff Area Shag Society • 432-4512 P.O. Box 606, Lugoff, 29078 Chi Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity • 432-3725 P.O. Box 573, Camden, 29021

The Catery on Broad • 425-1011 1011 Broad St., Ste. H, Camden, 29020

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority – Camden Chapter • 315-6841 P.O. Box 666, Camden, 29021

Cellular Phone Companies

Indian Waters Council, Boy Scouts of America • 750-9868 715 Betsy Dr., Columbia, 29210

Bethel Worship Center • 432-6220 814 Fair St., Camden, 29020

Computers & Electronics – Website Design

Steve Donaldson Consulting, LLC • 427-1552 2 Plaza Dr., Lugoff, 29078

Daughters of America Revolution (NSDAR) 1729 Fair St., Camden, 29020


Galaxy Computers & Electronics • 424-1986 915 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

Camden Rotary Club • 424-2230 P.O. Box 383, Camden, 29021

Aberdeen Catery • 425-1060 1409 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Camden Clinic of Chiropractic • 272-0990 408 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Computers & Electronics

Spear’s Computing & Network Solutions, LLC • 272-8858 P.O. Box 1165, Lugoff, 29078

Committee of 100 • 733-1142 930 Richland St., Columbia, 29202


USC Sumter • 938-3733 200 Miller Rd., Sumter, 29150

Camden Lions Club • 424-0808 2109 McCarley Dr., Camden, 29020


American Cellular / Verizon Wireless • 432-2011 2201 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. • 361-9610 404 Ridgecrest Dr., Camden, 29020 Kershaw County Board of Realtors • 425-1978 609 Laurens St., Camden, 29020 Kershaw County Farmers’ Market P.O. Box 42, Camden, 29021

Ark Construction & Remodeling, LLC • 260-6320 751 Jacobs Mill Pond Rd., Apt. 515, Elgin, 29045 C & C Builders of Columbia, Inc. • 736-5008 500 N. Brickyard Rd., Columbia, 29223 C. Ray Miles Construction Co., Inc. • 438-9207 39 Plaza Dr., Lugoff, 29078 Denton Builders, LLC • 432-5213 607 Peckwoods Rd., Camden, 29020 M. B. Kahn Construction Co., Inc. • 227-1221 101 Flintlake Rd., Columbia, 29202 Marty Kelly Construction, Inc. • 432-6067 P.O. Box 1625, Camden, 29021 Construction Companies – General Contractors Hayes Building & Remodeling, Inc. • 432-0061 2477 Bowden Rd., Camden, 29020 Wateree Construction and Improvements • 432-0446 827 Pine Oak Rd., Camden, 29020 Construction Companies – Grading & Site Clearing Shirley Construction, LLC • 432-3880 713 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Camden, 29020

Kershaw County Historical Society • 425-1123 811 Fair St., Camden, 29020

Convenience Stores

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church • 432-6131 1709 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

Kershaw County Republican Party • 477-6903 2108 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Exxon Tiger Shop • 425-7170 204 Wall St., Camden, 29020

KershawHealth Auxiliary • 713-6211 1315 Roberts St., Camden, 29020

City & County Offices

Cosmetics – Beauty Companies & Direct Selling Companies

Kiwanis Club of Camden • 425-4140 P.O. Box 494, Camden, 29021

Mary Kay Cosmetics – Peggy Burroughs • 432-5498 1338 Brewer Springs Rd., Camden, 29020

Good Hope Wesley Chapel UM Church • 432-7908 851 Sumter Hwy., Camden, 29020

City of Camden • 432-2421 1000 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020 KC Department of Social Services • 432-7676 110 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Lake Wateree Association, Inc. • 424-5046 P.O. Box 2132, Camden, 29020 Olde English District • 385-6800 136 Main St., Chester, 29706

Kershaw County Economic Development Office • 425-7685 80 Campus Dr., Camden, 29020

SC Horsemen’s Council • 494-9833 2704 Bridgewater Rd., Rock Hill, 29730

Kershaw County Government Offices • 425-1500 515 Walnut St., Camden, 29020

Southern Crappie Tournament Trail • 572-1558 Private Address,

Town of Elgin • 438-2362 2469 Main St., Elgin, 29045 City & County Offices – Agriculture Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service • 432-9071 632 W. DeKalb St., Ste. 101, Camden, 29020 Clubs & Associations Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. • 422-0227 P.O. Box 267, Camden, 29021


American Legion Post #195 • 438-8614 1332 Elks Lodge Ct., Lugoff, 29078

Ke r s h aw C o u n t y

The West Foundation, Inc. • 425-1115 1111 Broad St., 4th Fl., Camden, 29020

Mary Kay Skin Care & Cosmetics • 432-3638 1890 DeKalb School Rd., Camden, 29020 Cosmetics – Beauty Companies & Direct Selling Companies – Retail Shops & Shopping Centers The Beauty of AVON • 432-7777 539 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Counseling – Equestrian

American Legion Post #17 • 432-6299 P.O. Box 456, Camden, 29021

Horsepower of the Midlands • 425-7178 1645 Etters Ln., Cassatt, 29032

Colleges & Universities

Country Clubs

Central Carolina Technical College • 425-8388 506 N. Guignard Dr., Sumter, 29150

Camden Country Club & Pro Shop • 432-3322 111 Knights Hill Rd., Camden, 29020

Clubs & Associations – Rental Facilities

Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Credit Card Processing & Merchant Services PSG – Merchant Services • 397-0407 147 Golden Pond Dr., Lexington, 29073 Credit Unions AllSouth Federal Credit Union • 432-3342 2240 W. DeKalb St., Inside Walmart, Camden, 29020 May Plant Credit Union – Camden • 432-7263 1015 Mill St., Camden, 29020 May Plant Credit Union – Elgin • 432-7771 2480 Main St., Elgin, 29045 May Plant Credit Union – Lugoff • 432-7771 719 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 SAFE Federal Credit Union • 425-8600 x259 407 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 SAFE Federal Credit Union – Springdale • 425-8600 x350 1640 B Springdale Plaza, Camden, 29020 Credit Unions – Mortgage Lenders AgSouth Farm Credit, ACA • 438-2464 951 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Custom Cakes – Caterers For the Love of Cake • 420-2229 Private Address, Camden, 29020 Custom Doors Southern Custom Doors & Hardware • 438-8115 409 Larch Rd., Lugoff, 29078 Custom Signs & Banners Quality Signs & Graphics • 424-2524 123 York St., Camden, 29020

Walmart Stores, Inc. • 425-9890 2240 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Distribution Centers Target Distribution Center • 713-3500 22 Corporate Dr., Lugoff, 29078 Drug Screening Services The ALPHA Center • 432-6902 709 Mill St., Camden, 29020 Dry Cleaners City Laundry & Cleaners, Inc. • 432-1444 404 Rutledge St. Camden, 29020 Nettles Cleaners • 432-4151 515 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Electricians Mills Electric Service, Inc. • 438-9472 140 Boulware Rd., Lugoff, 29078 Electronic Dealers Hall Radio & TV, Inc. • 432-4344 1114 Little St., Camden, 29020

Lugoff Fire Department • 438-2553 892 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078


Fitness – City & County Offices

Agilis Engineering • 432-6164 1111 Broad St., Ste. 4000 Camden, 29020

Kershaw County Recreation Department • 425-6010 1042 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Entertainment – Bands

Camden Floral Co., Inc. • 432-6112 1114 Goodale Ave., Camden, 29020

Second Nature (Band) • 432-5834 2209 Cornwallis Ave., Camden, 29020 Entertainment – Mobile DJs

Buckrill, Inc. • 432-1143 683 Woodstock Ln. Camden, 29020

Dentists & Orthodontists

Carolina Cup Racing Association, Inc. • 432-6513 200 Knights Hill Rd.Camden, 29020 Custom Care Equine, LLC • 425-4848 2233 Carter St., Camden, 29020 Fair Croft Farms • 432-1052 1030 Brookdale Ln., Camden, 29020

Davant Orthodontics • 432-5132 2306 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

Finally Farm, Inc. • 432-6598 210 Firetower Rd., Camden, 29020

Drs. Moss & Owen • 432-2155 310 Hampton Park, Camden, 29020 Joseph Dental Associates, PA • 432-7627 1301 Monument Sq., Camden, 29020

Kirkwood Stables/Elser Farms • 425-1661 402 Dicey Ford Rd., Ste. G Camden, 29020

Harry J. Koutroulakis, DMD, Family Dentistry, PA • 438-3540 One Plaza Dr., Lugoff, 29078

Pear Tree Farm • 432-9490 82 Red Bank Rd., Rembert, 29128

Dentists & Orthodontists – Periodentists John M. Stephenson, DMD • 425-1644 402 Dicey Ford Rd., Unit E, Camden, 29020

Equestrian Show Facilities South Carolina Equine Park • 243-0948 443 Cleveland School Rd.Camden, 29020 Equestrian – Horse Training Frank Wooten Stables • 425-5714 2236 Carter St., Camden, 29020

Department Stores – Clothing

Equestrian – Life Coaches

Belk of Camden • 432-7641 1670 Springdale Dr., Camden, 29020

Nature’s View, Inc. • 713-8470 594 Charlotte Thompson School Rd., Camden, 29020

Fire & Water Restoration Services Servpro of Kershaw and Lancaster Counties • 475-7500 128 N. Hampton St., Kershaw, 29067

Gallman Personnel Services, Inc. • 750-4878 408 A E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Database Your Way, LLC • 438-0372 1136 Spring Dr.Lugoff, 29078

Wateree Family & Cosmetic Dentistry • 438-1845 #25 The Common – Ward Rd., Lugoff, 29078

Financial Investment Services Edward Jones – Lugoff • 438-1288 610 Hwy. 1 S., Ste. H Lugoff, 29078

Fire Departments


Roderick D. Smith, DMD, Family Dentistry • 438-3449 101 Standard Warehouse Rd., Lugoff, 29078

Feed Dealers Mane Street Horse & Pet, LLC • 432-5141 40 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Camden Fire Department • 425-6040 1000 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

Database Design & Development

Kenneth W. Carson, DDS, PA • 432-4202 400 Dicey Ford Rd., Camden, 29020

Exercise – Health Clubs Fitness Zone • 438-3811 814-B Hwy. 1 S., Wateree Plaza Lugoff, 29078

Employment Agencies

Carolina Performing Arts, LLC • 272-0898 12 Riverside Dr., Lugoff, 29078

William J. Biggins, DMD • 432-3571 1015 Fair St.Camden, 29020

The Tack Room • 432-2264 2532 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020

AllStaff Employment Services, LLC • 432-4515 2513 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020

D/J Entertainment • 425-1912 9 Belmont Dr., Camden, 29020

Dance Studios

Equestrian – Retail Shops & Shopping Centers


Lugoff Flowers & Interior Gardens, LLC • 438-9711 1662 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Spitzer’s Florist • 432-5344 1101 Fairlawn Dr., Camden, 29020 Food Franchises – Restaurants Galloway Enterprises, Inc. / KFC • 432-9559 1010 Mill St., Camden, 29020 Outlaw Enterprises / Taco Bell • 432-4305 816 Mill St., Camden, 29020 Sensor Enterprises, Inc. / McDonald’s • 787-6647 3924 Forest Dr., Ste. 12, Columbia, 29204 Forestry Consultants – Real Estate Forest Land Management, Inc. • 432-4320 525 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Frame Shops – Custom Art Galleries Garden Gate Gallery & Frame Shop • 425-9077 1307 1/2 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Funerals & Burial Services Kornegay Funeral Home • 432-3583 1112 Fair St., Camden, 29020 Powers Funeral Home, LLC • 408-8711 832 Ridgeway Rd., Lugoff, 29078 Furniture Farmers Home Furniture • 425-1100 1670 Springdale Dr., Ste. 13 B Camden, 29020 Wayne’s Outdoor Amish Furniture • 408-9753 58 Falcon Crest Rd., Lugoff, 29078

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Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Furniture – Interior Decorators

Heating & Air Conditioning

Whittington Gallery • 272-0510 1716 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Camden, 29020

Flowers Heating & Cooling • 432-5883 1004 Wylie St., Camden, 29020

Gas & Oil Companies – Convenience Stores

Powers & Gregory, Inc. • 438-9616 313 Trush Ln., Lugoff, 29078

Speaks Oil Co. • 432-3501 121 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Total Comfort Service Center, Inc. • 772-4495 346 Orchard Dr., W. Columbia, 29170

General Contractors Dennis Construction, Inc. • 424-1903 344 A Sumter Hwy., Camden, 29020 Hunter Builders, Inc. • 775-9738 745 N. Pike W., Sumter, 29151 General Contractors – Construction Companies Jim Cliatt, Jr., General Contractor • 432-0935 911 Dicey Creek Rd., Camden, 29020 Gold & Silver Exchange Companies – U-Haul Rental Companies Camden Gold & Silver and U-Haul • 424-2030 2 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Government & Recruiting Offices Kershaw County Fire Marshall • 425-1500 515 Walnut St., Camden, 29020

Kennedy Insurance Agency, Inc. • 432-8422 501 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Patteson Insurance Agency, Inc. • 432-8044 947 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Thaxton Insurance Group, Inc. • 432-1453 2313 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Dr. Energy Saver • 424-8380 621 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020

Upchurch & Jowers Insurance Agency, Inc. • 432-8433 2004 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Home Health Care

Insurance – Banks

Amedisys Home Health Services • 713-9774 1110 Broad St., Ste. B Camden, 29020

Chuck Nash State Farm Insurance Agency • 432-9001 1120 Little St., Camden, 29020

Home Repairs & Improvement Scott’s Home Maintenance and Repair, LLC • 713-0607 1721 Brook Dr., Camden, 29020 Hospice Agape Hospice • 424-2519 700 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Gary Patterson State Farm Insurance Agency • 438-5000 830 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Larry DiBiase State Farm Insurance • 432-4545 2043 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Insurance – Financial Investment Services Kyle Cassidy Allstate Insurance Agency • 432-1561 834 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Santee-Lynches Workforce Development • 775-7381 36 W. Liberty St., Sumter, 29151

Hospice Care of Tri County • 432-1195 2039 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Grading & Site Clearing – Construction Companies

KershawHealth • 432-4311 1315 Roberts St., Camden, 29020

International Sporting Travel Agencies – Travel


Wings, Inc. • 713-9900 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020

Cantey Construction Co., Inc. • 424-1845 140 Hermitage Farm Rd. Camden, 29020 Gutters – Home Repairs & Improvement Exterior Dreams & Seamless Gutters • 425-7160 1315 Gordon St., Camden, 29020


Colony Inn • 432-5508 2020 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020


Comfort Inn & Suites • 425-1010 220 Wall St., Camden, 29020

Wateree Gymnastics Center, Inc. • 432-2609 1007 Gordon St., Camden, 29020

Econo Lodge Inn & Suites • 438-6990 529 Hwy. 601, Lugoff, 29078

Hair Salons

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites – Camden • 424-5000 419 Sumter Hwy., Camden, 29020 camden/cdnsh/hoteldetail

Travis’ Salon • 272-0575 1011 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Wood’s Beauty Salon • 432-3621 629 1/2 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Health Clinics Community Medical Clinic of Kershaw County • 713-0806 110 C E. DeKalb St. Camden, 29020 Health Maintenance KershawHealth Health Care Place at Bethune • (843) 334-6551 103 S. Main St., Bethune, 29009 KershawHealth Home Health & Hospice • 425-1916 2001 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 KershawHealth Primary Care at Elgin • 424-8055 40 Pennacle Pkwy., Bldg. 100, Elgin, 29045 Tilford, Inc. • 432-0205 1709 Mill St., Camden, 29020 Healthcare Products Manufacturers Ark Therapeutic Services, Inc. • 438-9779 862 A Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Hearing Aid Sales, Care & Services Palmetto Hearing, LLC • (877) 848-8839 1322 Haile St., Camden, 29020


Home Energy Assessments

Dennis Arledge Agency, Allstate Insurance Co. • 408-0004 2439 Main St., Elgin, 29045

Ke r s h aw C o u n t y

Individual Memberships Baxley Farms • 432-7754 1904 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020 Heath Farm & Exhibits • (732) 671-0566 219 Harmony Rd., Middletown, NJ 7748 Judge J. Ernest Kinard, Jr. • 425-7182 1900 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020 Ms. Robin H. Watkins, Kershaw County Auditor • 425-1500 151 Walnut St., Room 120 Camden, 29020 Insurance AFLAC • 432-3335 404 Kirkwood Ln., Camden, 29020 Allstate Walt Thompkins Agency • 432-5151 503 Dicey Ford Rd., Camden, 29020 Alpine Agency of the Midlands, LLC • 432-4960 1023 B W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina • 264-3972 P.O. Box 6170, Columbia, 29260 Clark Farley Nationwide Insurance • 432-4443 905 C W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Interior Decorators – Furniture Brown’s Interiors, Inc. • 432-4764 1515 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Camden, 29020

Jewelry Stores Camden Jewelers, Inc. • 432-4512 1008 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Jewelry Stores – Antiques F. D. Goodale, Jeweler, LLC • 432-3445 543 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Landscape Supplies CRW Landscape Supply, LLC • 425-9503 1218 Chesnut Ferry Rd., Camden, 29020 Landscaping – Seeding & Erosion Control Marshall Landscaping, Inc. • 432-1850 1459 Red Hill Rd., Camden, 29020 Lawn Maintenance David Joseph Landscaping, Inc. • 432-6861 1021 B W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 First Class Landscaping, Inc. • 425-9503 1218 Chestnut Ferry Rd.Camden, 29020 Libraries Kershaw County Library • 425-1508 1304 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Liquor Stores Traders of Camden, Inc. • 432-7565 2412 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Loan Services 1st Franklin Financial Corporation • 425-9092 1670 Springdale Plaza, Ste. 19, Camden, 29020 Locksmiths Camden Lock & Key • 424-0090 P.O. Box 2332, Camden, 29020

Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Lumber Companies

Nonprofit Organizations

Pest Control

J.W. McKittrick Lumber Co. • 432-4108 1964 Flat Rock Rd., Camden, 29020

CHESCO Services • 788-6272 110 Pontiac Business Center Dr., Elgin, 29045

Morris Pest Control, Inc. • 432-5556 1325 Gordon St., Camden, 29020

Machine Shops – Tool Manufacturers Midlands Tooling Systems, Inc. • 408-0800 152 Boulware Rd., Lugoff, 29078 Mail Services – Printers The UPS Store • 425-9623 1670 Springdale Dr., Unit 9, Camden, 29020 Manufacturing Ahlstrom Nonwovens • (843) 334-6211 500 Chesnut St., Bethune, 29009 Cogsdill Tool Products, Inc. • 438-4000 1001 Guion Dr., Lugoff, 29078

KC Advisory Bd. of The American Red Cross • 432-3383 632 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Hawthorne Camden Pharmacy • 425-8378 2339 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Kershaw County Clean Community Commission • 432-1427 P.O. Box 1731, Camden, 29021

Hawthorne Lugoff Pharmacy • 408-9589 P.O. Box 638, Lugoff, 29078

United Way of Kershaw County • 432-0951 110 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Photographers & Photo Finishing

Nonprofit Organizations – Counseling Family Resource Center • 425-4357 1111 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Covidien • 424-2457 90 E. Hampton St., Camden, 29020 Haier America Refrigerators Co. • 424-8424 50 Haier Blvd., Camden, 29020

Goodwill Industries of Upstate / Midlands SC, Inc. • (864) 351-0149 115 Haywood Rd., Greenville, 29607

Mancor Carolina, Inc. • 438-6845 397 A Hwy. 601 S., Lugoff, 29078 Oak-Mitsui • 425-7900 29 Battleship Rd. Ext., Camden, 29020

Nonprofit Organizations – Pageant Programs Miss Camden Scholarship Program • 427-2566 P.O. Box 804, Camden, 29021 Nonprofit Organizations – Rental Facilities

Protective Packaging, Inc. • 438-8116 255 Standard Warehouse Rd., Lugoff, 29078

Swift Creek Church & Rosalee’s Cottage 73 Boykin Mill Rd., Rembert, 29128

South Carolina Yutaka Technologies • 408-9770 2 Business Pkwy., Heritage Pointe Industrial Park, Lugoff, 29078


TB Kawashima USA, Inc. • 421-0033 412 Groves St., Lugoff, 29078 Weylchem US, Inc. • 438-3471 2114 Larry Jeffers Rd., Elgin, 29045 Massage Therapists Passages • 735-6039 607 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Mobile Home Sales & Supplies Kuntry Korner Mobile Homes & Supplies • 432-5351 809 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Camden, 29020 Mobile Ice Cream

Beyond Bargains Nursery • 420-0925 756 Hwy. 1 N., Camden, 29020 OB/GYNs KershawHealth Women’s Care • 438-3800 1165 Hwy. 1 S., Ste. 500, Lugoff, 29078

Camden Heart Care • 432-8622 1045 A W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Columbia Cardiology – Lugoff • 729-4610 1 The Common, Lugoff, 29078 South Carolina Heart Center • 432-6771 1330 Haile St., Camden, 29020 Physicians – ENTs South Carolina ENT, Allergy & Sleep Medicine • 408-3277 15 Exchange Dr., Lugoff, 29078 Physicians – Surgeons Sentinel Internal Medicine Division • 432-1996 1344 Haile St., Camden, 29020 Sentinel Surgical Division • 432-7682 1102 Roberts St., Camden, 29020

Office Machines

Kershaw County Sheriff’s Department • 425-1512 821 Ridgeway Rd., Lugoff, 29078

Office Supplies

Pool Supply Companies

Herald Office Systems • (800) 868-6575 736 Broad St., Sumter, 29150

Atlantic Pools & Water Features, Inc. • 438-7660 240 Kinard Rd., Lugoff, 29078


Phoenix Services, Inc. • 425-1115 1111 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Camden Bone & Joint, LLC • 432-4498 1112 Mill St., Camden, 29020

Motorsports Parks

Party Rental Services

Carolina Motorsports Park, Inc. • 475-2448 3662 Kershaw Hwy., Kershaw, 29067

Celebrations • 771-7886 830 Sunset Blvd., Columbia, 29169


Palmetto Party Rental • 794-0010 1104 Atlas Rd., Columbia, 29209

Physicians – Cardiologists

Digital Office Solutions, Inc. • 744-0400 104 Saluda Ridge Ct., West Columbia, 29169


National Steeplechase Museum • 432-6513 200 Knights Hill Rd., Camden, 29020

Melissa’s Moments Photography & Event Planning • 572-1558 Private Address, Camden, 29020

Police & Sheriff’s Departments

Mortgage Lenders

Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site • 432-9841 222 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Photographers & Photo Finishing – Event Planning

Camden Police Department • 425-6025 816 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Sentinel Ophthalmology Division • 432-9874 615 Laurens St., Camden, 29020

Museums – Rental Facilities

Blue Rose Photography • 432-9400 2319 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Sentinel OB/GYN Division • 432-6186 1800 Roberts St., Camden, 29020

Camden Mobile Ice Cream / Kelly Enterprises • 669-3024 802 Kirkland St., Camden, 29020

Camden Archives & Museum • 425-6050 1314 Broad St., Camden, 29020


KC Board of Dis. & Special Needs • 432-4841 1619 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Camden, 29020

Nonprofit Organizations – Employment Agencies – Thrift Stores

Invista • 425-3500 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Terminix Service, Inc. • 432-7352 911 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

Pool Supply Companies – Janitorial Supplies Jet Janitorial & Pool Supply Co., LLC • 432-6915 2636 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020 Poultry Farms Prestage Farms of South Carolina • 432-6396 1889 Hwy. 1 N., Cassatt, 29032 Prepaid Legal Services Legal Shield • 318-8233 728 Shadow Mist Ln., Columbia, 29210 Printers

Pawn Shops – Tobacco Stores Cash Man Jewelry, Pawn & Discount Tobacco • 424-0088 1005 H Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020 Pediatricians Pediatric Associates of Kershaw County • 432-1931 1346 Haile St., Camden, 29020

Davis Printing Co., Inc. • 432-1901 715 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020 Image Printing, Inc. • 424-0508 611 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Private Clubs Springdale Hall Club • 432-3521 161 Knights Hill Rd., Camden, 29020

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Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce Real Estate, Developers, Appraisers

The Veggie Station, LLC • 272-0809 2604 A Broad St., Camden, 29020

Town & Country, Inc. • 432-3000 P.O. Box 1659, Lugoff, 29078

Propane Gas Suppliers

Rental Facilities – Clubs & Associations

Teneleven Galleria, LLC • 424-1011 1011 Broad St., Ste. E, Camden, 29020

Palmetto Propane, Inc. • 359-3311 703 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Camden Shrine Club • 432-9177 P.O. Box 806, Camden, 29021

Retail Shops & Shopping Centers – Nonprofit Organizations

Suburban Propane, LP • (843) 346-2311 P.O. Box 459, Timmonsville, 29161

Rental Facilities – Nonprofit Organizations


The Louise C. Proctor Hall • 425-1081 2030 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020

The Habitat Store • 432-4333 1019 Broad St., Camden, 29020

The Barn Book • 649-6989 3356 Rockinghorse Ln., Aiken, 29801 Camden Media Co. / Chronicle-Independent • 432-6157 909 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 The Elgin News • 466-4604 2548 Main St., Elgin, 29045 The Kershaw County Current / Aero Graphics, LLC • 432-8439 117 Burbage St., Camden, 29020 LocalEdge • 782-3001 3700 Forest Dr., Ste. 400, Columbia, 29204 Publications – Advertising & Marketing The Camden Equestrian • 427-1994 P.O. Box 2152, Camden, 29020 Radio Stations WPUB/WCAM Radio Station • 438-9002 #5 The Commons, Lugoff, 29078 Real Estate Coldwell Banker United REALTORS • 425-1188 1045 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Compas Realty, LLC • 920-6231 1146 Bookman Rd., Elgin, 29045 Henry Beard Realty, Inc. • 432-2451 2619 N. Broad St., Camden, 29020 Terri Horton / RE/MAX Real Estate Services • 243-0021 525 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020 Russell & Jeffcoat Realtors – Camden • 432-0505 509 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Southern Properties Realty • 243-0195 101 N. Cleveland St., Kershaw, 29067 Michael Thomas / Palmetto Homes and Land Realty • 427-5073 1622 Blackgum Ln., Ridgeway, 29130 Real Estate Acquisition & Development El Porvenir Airpark • 425-1111 405 Swift Creek Rd., Rembert, 29128 Real Estate – Land Sales Real Estate – Rentals Graham Realty, Inc. • 432-7370 216 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020


Retail Shops & Shopping Centers – Rental Facilities

Produce & Specialty Foods

Restaurants Ginza Express Hibachi • 425-8725 901 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Huddle House / Wilkerson Enterprises Inc. • 432-3922 1029 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Retirement Communities – Assisted Living Morningside of Camden • 713-8668 719 Kershaw Hwy., Camden, 29020 RV Sales, Service, Rentals – Campgrounds

KFC – Camden • 432-3651 101 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Columbia/Camden RV Park • 438-8774 1354 Ft. Jackson Rd., Lugoff, 29078

KFC – Pizza Hut Express – Lugoff • 438-1113 857 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

School Districts

Lugoff House Of Pizza • 438-2472 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Kershaw County School District • 432-8416 2029 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

McDonald’s – Camden • 432-3300 215 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020


McDonald’s – I-20 • 432-9808 204 Wall St., Camden, 29020

Bethune Elementary School • (843) 334-6278 302 Norwood St. E., Bethune, 29009

McDonald’s – Lugoff • 438-6666 906 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Sam Kendall’s • 424-2005 1043 Broad St., Camden, 29020 SoGo Hibachi & Bar-B-Que Restaurant • 432-1688 2010 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Sub Station II – Camden • 432-1811 1001-A Market St., Camden, 29020 Taco Bell • 432-4305 662 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Restaurants – Caterers Boykin Co. Grille • 425-6724 73 Boykin Mill Rd., Rembert, 29128 Carolina Cafe • 713-9977 1040 A Broad St., Camden, 29020

Blaney Elementary School • 438-3241 1621 Smyrna Rd., Elgin, 29045 Camden Elementary School of Creative Arts • 425-8960 1304 Lyttleton St., Camden, 29020 Camden High School • 425-8930 1022 Ehernclou Dr., Camden, 29020 Doby’s Mill Elementary School • 438-4055 1964 Ft. Jackson Rd., Lugoff, 29078 Jackson School • 425-8965 1730 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Camden, 29020

Everyday Gourmet • 425-1907 2204 1/2 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Kershaw County ATEC • 425-8982 874 Vocational Ln., Camden, 29020

Fatz Cafe of Camden • 432-3439 212 Wall St., Camden, 29020

Leslie M. Stover Middle School • 438-7414 1649 Smyrna Rd., Elgin, 29045

Hall’s Restaurant & Catering • 438-6644 812 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

Lugoff-Elgin Middle School • 438-3591 1244 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

La Fiesta Restaurant, Inc. • 425-7137 29 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Mill Pond Steakhouse • 425-8825 84 Boykin Mill Rd., Boykin, 29128 Smokin & Grillin – Catering • 432-5530 2503 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Restaurants – Food Franchises Sub Station II – Lugoff • 438-9005 870 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078 Retail Shops & Shopping Centers

Real Estate – Construction Companies

Gear Up • 408-2262 1662 Hwy. 1 S., #4, Lugoff, 29078

Mitch Rabon Realty & Construction Co., Inc. • 438-1881 866 Hwy. 1 S., Lugoff, 29078

The Palmetto Shop • 427-1158 607 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020

Midway Elementary School • 432-6122 1892 Hwy. 1 N., Cassatt, 29032 Mt. Pisgah Elementary School • 475-6791 5160 Mt. Pisgah Rd., Kershaw, 29067 North Central High School • 432-9858 3000 Lockhart Rd., Kershaw, 29067 North Central Middle School • 424-2740 805 Keys Ln., Kershaw, 29067 Pine Tree Hill Elementary School • 425-8970 938 Bishopville Hwy., Camden, 29020 www.pth/ Wateree Elementary School • 438-8018 424 Wildwood Ln., Lugoff, 29078

Real Estate – Land Sales

Sheridan’s Hallmark • 425-1722 1670 Springdale Dr., Ste. 11-A, Camden, 29020

Schools – Cosmetology

C.C. Canada Forestry & Realty Co. • 432-9780 819 Mill St., Camden, 29020

Sisters of Camden • 432-2462 1110 Broad St., Camden, 29020

LeGrand Institute of Cosmetology • 425-8449 2418 Broad St., Camden, 29020

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Tobacco Stores

Camden Military Academy • 432-6001 520 US Hwy. 1 N., Camden, 29020

Tobacco Corner • 432-4735 510 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020

Camden Seventh Day Adventist Church and School • 432-0541 612 Boykin Rd., Camden, 29020

Travel Agencies

The Montessori School of Camden • 432-6828 2 Montessori Way, Camden, 29020 Schools – Vocational Buckley School of Public Speaking • 425-4681 1301 Broad St., Camden, 29020

Camden Travel Service, Inc. • 432-5164 402 Dicey Ford Rd., Ste. D, Camden, 29020 Trophies & Awards CR Trophies, LLC • 465-0389 1330 James West Rd., Cassatt, 29032 Underground Storage Tank Contractors

Scrap Metal Recycling

Protective Technologies, Inc. • 424-0412 711 Mill St., Camden, 29020

Camden Steel & Metal Co., Inc. • 432-6595 101 King St., Camden, 29020


Social Work – Nonprofit Organizations

Black River Electric Cooperative, Inc. • 432-9854 991 Black River Ave., Cassatt, 29032

Wateree Community Actions, Inc. • 432-7665 706 W. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Sod Companies Modern Turf, Inc. • 713-8873 8840 Camden Hwy., Rembert, 29128

Cassatt Water Co., Inc. • 432-8235 2638 Old Stagecoach Rd., Cassatt, 29032 Fairfield Electric Cooperative, Inc. • 425-1059 701 Blythewood Rd., Blythewood, 29016

State Offices

Progress Energy • (843) 661-4180 1755 Mechanicsville Rd., Florence, 29501

SC PRT • 734-0307 1205 Pendleton St., Columbia, 29201

SCE & G • 432-7615 205 Sumter Hwy., Camden, 29020

SC Vocational Rehabilitation Department • 432-1068 15 Battleship Rd., Ext., Camden, 29020 State Offices – Employment Agencies SC Department of Employment & Workforce • 432-5153 205 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Storage Units Storage One 24/7 • 713-9912 338 Sumter Hwy., Camden, 29020 Storage One, LLC • 438-0565 187 Hwy. 601 S., Lugoff, 29078 Surveyors Pittman Professional Land Surveying • 475-8809 2183 Duck Cove Rd., Camden, 29020 Robert H. Lackey Surveying, Inc. • 432-0968 929 S. Broad, Camden, 29020 Tax Preparation Companies H & R Block Co. of Camden • 432-5191 522 DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Telecommunications & Equipment AT & T • 401-2214 1600 Williams St., Ste. 5500, Columbia, 29201 Thrift Stores – Nonprofit Organization The Bargain Basket • 425-0727 950 Broad St., Camden, 29020 The Salvation Army • 432-4918 815 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Second Look by Christian Communities Ministries • 432-0730 1010 Broad St., Camden, 29020 Timber Dealers Myers Timber Co., Inc. • 432-6180 1011 Church St., Camden, 29020 Palmetto Land & Timber Co., Inc. • 432-2731 525 Rutledge St., Camden, 29020

Vending Services Canteen Vending • 786-2251 120 N. Montague Dr., Columbia, 29203 Veterinarians Elgin Veterinary Hospital • 408-0383 1240 Pine St., Elgin, 29045 The Mill Village Veterinarian • 432-8899 8 E. DeKalb St., Camden, 29020 Veterinary Medicine & Surgery • 438-1223 196 Hwy. 601 S., Lugoff, 29078 Wateree Animal Hospital, LLC • 432-9084 500 York St., Camden, 29020 Veterinarians – Equine South Carolina Equine Associates, Inc. • 432-0652 402 Dicey Ford Rd., Camden, 29020 Video Production KM Video Productions, LLC • 432-8796 1325 Haile St., Camden, 29020 Virtual Business Services The Executive Secretary • 713-8973 2 Plaza Dr., Lugoff, 29078 Quality Practice Management Solutions • 272-8870 10 Lupine Ct., Elgin, 29045 Wheel Alignment, Tires & Brakes Harold’s Wheel Alignment, Tire & Brake Service • 432-5187 816 S. Broad St., Camden, 29020 Window Cleaning A Perfect Window • 432-3927 1615 Broad St.Camden, 29021 Wood Products Manufacturing Roy’s Wood Products, Inc. • 438-1590 329 Thrush Ln., Lugoff, 29078

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