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Keeping up in our fast changing world of devices ‘Our world is quickly changing and it is doing so right before our eyes. Many electronic items and services that were once so necessary to us no longer exist. I am thinking of: Film cameras and camera shops that developed and printed our photos. Telephone booths and pay phones seem to have disappeared. In London, however, they have found a new use for their iconic red
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Music technology has moved from records, to 8track cartridge tapes, to small cassettes to CDs. Recorded movies have progressed from Beta and VHS tapes to DVDs, and now they may be streamlined and downloaded on computers, IPads and even smart phones. Through this evolution we lost our record shops and video stores, and gained the ability to watch a movie anywhere we want by just a click of our TV remote or other devices. Ironically, record albums seem to be making a comeback and we can once again find turntables to play them on.
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On Saturday, March 17, 10 a.m., the City of Hartsville and Coker College will host the Community Easter Eggstravaganza at Coker College’s Davidson Hall lawn. Featuring more than 12,000 eggs stuffed with candy and toys, Hartsville youth ages 12 and under are invited to participate in three separate egg hunts at different times divided by age group. The first round will be for children ages 4 and under, beginning at 10:30 a.m. The second round will feature more challenging hiding spots for children ages 5 to 8, starting at 11 a.m. The third and last round will be for children ages 9 and up, starting at 11:30 a.m. Children are asked to bring their own baskets, but a limited number of collection bags for eggs will be available
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at the event for those in need. Families can also enjoy food vendors, music, story time by Burry Bookstore, face painting, and other kidfriendly activities from Girls University and other community participants. Photo opportunities will be available with special appearances by Coker College’s Striker the Cobra and the Easter Bunny. “We are delighted to once again host the Eggstravaganza on our campus,” says Coker College President, Dr. Wyatt, “We are thankful for our relationship with the City of Hartsville and hope everyone will turn out to enjoy a fun day at Coker.” Please note the following tips to help make this free community event enjoyable for all: • Parking is available in all City and Coker College public parking lots. • For a campus map of Coker College, visit coker. edu/campus-map. • Please allow time for parking and getting to the appropriate lawn for the egg hunt. • Egg hunts are divided into three age groups: under the age of 4, ages 5 to 8 and ages 9 to 12.
• Pushing, shoving, or knocking down of participants will not be tolerated. Any instances will result in immediate removal of the egg hunt. • Parents or guardians should supervise their chil-
dren at all times during the event. In the event of rain, the event location will move to the Coach T.B. Thomas Center located at 701 W. Washington St.
For more information, call 843-917-0602 or email Jordan.braddock@hartsvillesc. gov. Follow event updates on Facebook at Visit Hartsville, SC.
Darlington High names Heilbronn varsity boys’ basketball head coach Darlington High School announced that Anthony Heilbronn, a social studies teacher at the school, will serve as the new varsity boys’ head basketball coach. Heilbronn served as an assistant coach with the team for seven years, and he takes over after the retirement of longtime head coach Ken Howle. Darlington High Principal Cortney Gehrke praised Heilbronn’s ability to coach and mentor studentathletes. “Coach Heilbronn’s proven commitment to our students, whether that be in the classroom, as athletes or in life, speaks to the outstanding character with which he will serve our basketball program,” Gehrke said. “We look forward to the team’s success under his leadership.”
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ANTHONY HEILBRONN Heilbronn is originally from Flushing Michigan, and he graduated from Grand Valley State University with a bachelor’s degree in Social Studies. He later earned a Master of Science in Education in Educational Leadership from Arkansas State University.
“I’m truly at a loss for words right now as this opportunity is a dream come true,” Heilbronn said. “I’ve dreamed about this moment since I was younger, and thanks to Mrs. Gehrke and Coach Phil Jones, I’ll get to experience that. I’m excited to get to work and very thankful that I get the opportunity to do what I love for a living.” During his seven years with the boys’ basketball program at Darlington High, Heilbronn spent six as the lead assistant coach. He previously served as head track and field coach at Hartsville High School for three years, and he is currently in his fourth year as an assistant coach for the track and field program at Darlington High.
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The Darlington County Board of Education announced the hire of a new district chief financial officer (CFO) as well as the retirement of two long-serving principals. Renee Douglas, who served most recently as a tax analyst for Sonoco Products Company, will be the district’s new CFO. Douglas will begin her new role with the Darlington County School District (DCSD) by the end of February. Dr. Bill Boyd, interim superintendent, said the district is excited about Douglas leading the district forward. “Renee Douglas brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our Business Office,” Boyd said. “The Board has the utmost confidence in her ability, and we are thrilled for her to join our team.” Douglas, who is a certified public accountant, has worked for Sonoco since
RENEE DOUGLAS 2012, preparing extensive quarterly and year-end tax provisions. She served as the director of finance and information technology for the city of Hartsville from 2005-2012. Before working for the city, she accumulated 18 years of service in public accounting in Hartsville, Darlington and Florence. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis on Accounting from the
College of Charleston, and she has completed 40 hours of continued professional education per year to retain her certification. She also completed the Government Finance Officers Association of South Carolina training program offered by the University of South Carolina, which included classes in financial planning and budgeting, capital planning and forecasting, financial management, governmental accounting and financial reporting and auditing. DCSD also announced the resignations of Donna Barrett and Garry Flowers, two longtime principals in the district. Barrett, who has served as principal of Carolina Elementary School for 20 years, and Flowers, principal of Lamar Elementary School for the past 18 years, will both retire at the end of the school year. Boyd thanked Barrett and
Palmetto Hands Fine Craft Exhibit at Hartsville Museum
The Hartsville Museum is excited to present the 2017 South Carolina Palmetto Hands Fine Craft Exhibit opening March 1. Organized and presented by the City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department, this unique exhibit offers fine craft artists from across South Carolina the opportunity to exhibit their inspiring objects in the media of clay, fiber, glass, metal, wood and three-dimensional mixed media. Each year thousands enjoy the refined talents of South Carolina fine craft artists featured in this exhibition. This exhibit features 18 artworks from fine craft artists that participated in the annual South Carolina Palmetto Hands Juried Fine Craft Competition & Exhibition. As the state’s only fine craft competition and exhibit, objects are pre-juried and awards are determined by a different juror
each year. Applicants are asked to submit works in the categories of clay, fiber, metal, wood and 3D mixed media. Cash awards are then made at the discretion of the show juror and pieces are selected for this exhibit, including the Best in Show. The 2017 best in show prize was awarded to artist Jocelyn Chateauvert for her beautiful forms and knowledge and control of her medium. Chateauvert handmakes abaca paper and dyes with various pigments before constructing her elaborate and organic sculptural forms. Her winning piece, William Morris Reminded, showcases her approach to her pieces. “The ritual of hand papermaking is ancient, scientific, and rhythmic. Air-drying these pieces adds the unexpected: the paper shrinks, twists, and cockles, forming three-dimensional shapes of subtle
design. Stretching and shaping each surface by hand forms the piece to its final expression,” said Chateauvert. 2017 South Carolina Palmetto Hands Fine Craft Exhibit will be on display through the end of March. The exhibit is a part of a traveling exhibition program offered through the South Carolina State Museum. The Traveling Exhibitions Program gives galleries, museums, and art centers across South Carolina the opportunity to request the exhibit to tour their facilities, thus providing additional exposure for the selected artists. For more information, visit the Hartsville Museum online at hartsvillemuseum. org or call 843-383-3005. Be sure to follow Hartsville Museum on Facebook for updates on the exhibit.
Flowers for their many years of service to the district. “We are extremely fortunate to have had Mrs. Barrett and Mr. Flowers educating and preparing the children of Darlington County for so many years,” Boyd said. “Their leadership and guidance will be missed, but we appreciate and thank them.” Barrett began her career in DCSD as a resource teacher at West Hartsville Elementary before transitioning to Washington Street Elementary as a coordinating teacher. She has 30 years of service in DCSD. Flowers taught sixth, seventh and eighth grade students and worked as assistant principal at the for-
mer Darlington Junior High School before taking over at Lamar Elementary. He has
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Southern Current launching solar projects in Lee County Southern Current, a leading developer in the residential, commercial and utility-scale solar markets, is expanding its solar farm portfolio with new facilities in Lee County. The company is investing in a total of five individual projects within Lee County, bringing a collective capital investment of $100 million. Southern Current is an owner and developer of utility-
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Do you know what is planned at Byerly Park and the new water park? The City of Hartsville has applied for an alcohol permit for the sale and consumption of alcohol on the premises! What has been a wonderful place enjoyed by the whole community is in jeopardy if this goes forward. Alcohol imperils drivers and guardians, affects judgement and reason needed to be vigilant, and puts children and adults at risk. This increases the possibility of a tragedy related to alcohol that could have been prevented. All of the six county water parks in Charleston and Greenville do not permit alcohol. Think about the pervasive influence of alcohol already in our area. There are 34 establishments around our city selling alcohol for consumption on the premises besides the liquor, grocery, pharmacy, and convenience stores. Stand for the legacy for whom the park is named, Dr. W. L. Byerly, who gave his life in service for the health of Hartsville. Hold high the standard for this lovely park to be a place where life is celebrated, families strengthened, and the community made stronger. Written protest form ABL-20 may be downloaded from the SC Department of Revenue website and must be postmarked no later than March 9, 2018 at 5:00 pm. You must live in Darlington County or reside within 5 miles of Byerly Park to protest the license. To be valid, you must also agree to be present at an administrative hearing as notified, or be subject to a fine if a no-show. (https://dor.sc.gov/forms/find-a-form) Form Name –Beer, Wine, and Liquor Protest Form Form Number - ABL-20 On the form: Location being protested Name of Applicant: City of Hartsville Byerly Park Address: 1109 14th St., Hartsville Type of Permit: Beer and Wine Permit New location Paid Advertisement
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H A RT S V I L L E H A P P E N I N G S Darlington County Cancer Support Group Cornerstone Baptist Church, 408 Coker Avenue, will host the Darlington County Cancer Support Group meeting on March 13th beginning at 7 p.m. All cancers survivors, their family and friends, and anyone interested in cancer support are invited to join. ________________________
Women History Month Event The Women in History Group would like for everyone to come join in the celebration. A first time ever in SC, one time performance only in Hartsville, on Sunday, March 18th at the Center Theatre, 212, North Fifth Street. The female re-enactors of Distinction (Freed) use drama and storytelling to bring life’s untold stories of struggle, strength, and success of African American women who contributed to our history. The performance is free and open to the public. ________________________
New Market UMC Fish Fry New Market UMC, 1921 West Old Camden Road will be having their Annual Spring Fish Fry on Friday, March 23rd from 11 a.m-7 p.m. Eat in, take out or delivery for orders of 5 or more plates. For more information contact Kaye Watkins at 843-8581912 or 843-332-0887.
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Hartsville Easter Festival will be on Saturday, March 24th from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Burry Park. Their will be an egg hunt, games, vendors, food, fun and prizes. This event is open to the public and all ages are welcome. ________________________
City of Hartsville and Coker College will be hosting Community Easter Eggstravaganza on March 17th from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at 300 East College Ave. Rain location will be at the Coach T.B. Thomas Sports Center, 701 West Washington St. Egg hunts for ages 4 and under will begin 10:30 a.m., ages 58 at 11 a.m., and ages 9 and over at 11:30 a.m. Come out and enjoy the community fun. ________________________
What did you do today? Become a girl scout and join the fun! Create. Make friends. Camp. Sing. Explore new places. Try new things! Become a leader. Make a difference! Girl scout meetings are the second and fourth Sunday from 3-5 p.m. Troop 029 at St. Luke United Methodist Church, 302 Dunlap Dr., Hartsville. Troop Leader is Ms. Ann Boone, 843-858-7821. Girls grades, K5-12th. _______________________
Democratic Women’s Council of Darlington County The Democratic Women’s Council of Darlington County will host its First Annual Women’s History Month Luncheon on Saturday, March 10th, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at The Hartsville Country Club, 116 Golf Course Road. Keynote speaker will be Marguerite Willis, Democratic Candidate for Governor of SC. For more information, contact Davita Malloy at 843-339-8967, Barbara Carraway at 843409-5241, or Elaine Reed at 843-307-7086. ________________________
Hartsville Farmers Market Hartsville Farmers Market, 100 East Carolina Ave. will start up on April 14th from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The Market features wholesome, homegrown and handmade unique items, gifts, plus activities for the kids. This is a free event, so everyone come out and enjoy our Hartsville Farmers Market.
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Kelleytown Baptist Church Divorce Care Kelleytown Baptist Church Divorce Care will began on Wednesday, January 31st at 6:15 p.m. and will continue for 13 weeks. For more information, call the church at 843-332-8092 or Phyllis at 843-307-2453. ________________________
Alzheimer Caregiver’s Support Group Alzheimer Caregiver’s Support Group meeting will be held the first Tuesday of each month at St. Bartholomew Church located at 103 Campus Drive, Hartsville. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. This will be informational and uplifting as caregivers share their experiences. Any questions, contact Jackie Anderson at 393-8521.
Jackson at 443-532-4911 or Jim Ousley at 843-3329340. _______________________
Call animal shelter to locate lost, new pets To locate a lost pet, or adopt a new one, call the Darlington County Animal Shelter, 398-4402. To have unwanted animals picked up call Animal Control, Darlington City, 398-4035; Hartsville City, 383-3019; or Darlington County, 398-4402. ________________________
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The Hartsville Brain Injury Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Hartsville Memorial Library. For more
information call Danny Weaver at 843-861-5413 or Monroe White at 843-6155378. _______________________
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Coker provides students with iPads Coker College has partnered with Apple to provide incoming first-year students with their own iPads. Students who enroll at the college’s Hartsville campus will receive a brand new device, preloaded with the programs and apps required for success in their classes. When students graduate from Coker College, the iPad is theirs to keep. This initiative begins with the 2018-19 academic year and will continue in future terms. Coker College administration hopes it will introduce new ways of learning and foster effective integration of technology in the classroom. Professors will utilize iPads, as well as Apple TV, to provide a 21st-century
learning experience and equip students with the skills for success in a technologydriven world. Susan Henderson, Chief Academic Officer and Dean of the Faculty at Coker College, is co-chairing the AccessCoker Committee on campus and believes this initiative will prepare students for the collaborative aspects of their future careers. “iPads will encourage collaboration in and outside the classroom,” she explained. “They will help students discover new ways of learning and remain more connected to the campus community.” Henderson and the faculty at Coker College are excited to embrace the new opportunities at hand, and
explore new ways that this tool can enhance and support teaching and learning. “Coker College is known for active, student-centered classrooms with round-table collaboration,” said Henderson. “Faculty members, student success staff, and athletic coaches are engaging in professional development opportunities and finding unique ways to implement iPad technology in their work, with the goal of keeping students on the cutting edge as they move toward careers.” The college is dedicated to successful implementation of this program across campus and continued exploration of innovative teaching and learning elements.
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The possibility cannot be dismissed. Sensitive financial and medical data pertaining to your life may not be as safe as you think, and thieves may turn to a vast resource to try and mine it – the Social Security Administration Consider three facts, which in combination seem especially troubling. One, Social Security’s databases contain sensitive personal information on hundreds of millions of Americans, both living and dead. Two, more than 34 million Americans interact with the SSA online. Three, nearly 100% of Social Security benefits are disbursed electronically. The more you reflect on all this, the more you realize that cybercrooks could take advantage of you by creating a bogus online Social Security account in your name, in order to steal your benefits and/or your personal data. Creating and maintaining a MySSA account may lessen the threat. Last year, Social Security advised all
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current and future benefit recipients to set up and actively use an online profile. The agency’s blog noted that this simple move could “take away the risk of someone else trying to create [an account] in your name, even if they obtain your Social Security number.” This is a case where you want to be first rather than second. Setting up a MySSA account is easy; the first step is to visit ssa.gov. Whether you have an existing account or not, you will want to review your mailing address, date of birth, and other essential pieces of information. If they are not correct, they demand attention. Are you working full time in your late sixties? Then be
vigilant. If you have reached Full Retirement Age (66 or 67) without filing for retirement benefits, your Social Security profile may be especially tantalizing to a cyberthief. In this circumstance, you are eligible to receive up to six months of benefits retroactively, as a lump sum. That could mean a payday of more than $10,000 for a criminal who assumes your identity. Make no mistake, cybercrooks have exploited Social Security accounts. While the SSA told Reuters this year that the incidence of fraud is “very rare,” a 2016 audit by the Office of the Inspector General found that during 2013, around $20 million in Social Security payments were directed to the wrong parties. That swindling involved about 12,200 MySSA accounts – less than 2% of the total in 2013, but certainly enough to raise eyebrows. The SSA tightened authentication standards in
2017. It added security codes to help certify the legitimacy of MySSA account users. It regularly analyzes MySSA transactions for fraud. What should you do if you suspect fraud? If you log in and it appears your monthly benefit has not been sent to you, contact the SSA at 1800-772-1213 or call your local SSA field office. In addition, you can activate the “Block Electronic Access” option on your MySSA account; that will prevent anyone, you included, from accessing your Social Security records via computer or phone. Electronic access is only restored when you get in touch with Social Security to confirm your identity. Establish an online Social Security account and keep checking it. In logging on regularly, you may do your part to help the SSA detect and ward off criminals who could use your identity to collect or file for benefits. Could your personal information soon be stolen?
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CHURCH HAPPENINGS Cornerstone Baptist Church 20th Anniversary Cornerstone Baptist Church, 408 Coker Avenue will be celebrating their 20th anniversary on Saturday, March 10th beginning at 4:30 p.m. They are having a community concert on the church lawn. Refreshments will start at 4:30 p.m. and the concert, featuring The Praise Band from Friendship Baptist, Lugoff will begin at 6:30 p.m. On Sunday, our first pastors, Mark and Mary Driskill of Jackson TN will be our speakers. Lunch will be served immediately following. ________________________
Democratic Women of Darlington County meeting Please come join The Democratic Women Council of Darlington County’s monthly meeting on Monday, March 12th at 6 p.m. at Bethel AME Church Annex, 1332 S. Main Street Darlington. Guest speaker will be Hoyt Campbell, director of Darlington County elections and voter registrations. For more information, call Divita Malloy at 843-349-8967, Barbara Carraway at 843-409-5241, or Elaine Reed at 843-3077086. ________________________
Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Pastoral Anniversary
The Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, 2349 Calvary Road, Hartsville will be celebrating the 19th Pastoral Anniversary of Pastor Edward J. Squire and First Lady Barbara Squire on March 18, at 4 p.m. Pastor Reginald Floyd of the Jerusalem Baptist Church will be the guest speaker.
You are cordially invited. For more information, contact Pastor E.J. Squire at 843332-0503. ________________________
Bible Truth Holiness Church Revival Bible Truth Holiness Church, Lydia, will be having revival services beginning on Sunday March 4th-March 9th with Bro. Keith Speed from Belton. Sunday morning message will begin at 11 a.m. and evening service at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday services will begin at 7 p.m. We invite everyone to attend. For more information, contact Pastor Hazel Mixon at 843-332-3442 or 843858-1209. ________________________
Oates Baptist Church Singing Oates Baptist Church, 3569 Oates Highway, Lamar, is proud to welcome Final Call Quartet from Florence on Sunday, March 25th at 6 p.m. Please join for a great night of music and worship. Admission is free, and open to everyone. For more information, contact Pastor Gerald McAlister at 843-307-6203. ________________________
Spring Branch Baptist Church Revival Spring Branch Baptist Church, 5106 Middendorf Rd, will be having revival services beginning on Sunday, April 8th-Wednesday April 11th. Sunday morning service begins at 11 a.m. and the evening service will begin at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday services will begin at 7 p.m. Rev. Trent McLaughlin will bring the message. For more information, call 843-335-6651.
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mation contact Brother Melton at 332-9479 or check us out on Facebook. ________________________
South Hartsville Baptist Church, 205 East Bobo Newsom Highway, would like to announce their Spring Revival beginning on Sunday May 6th-9th. Sunday morning service at 11 a.m and evening service at 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday night services will begin at 7 p.m. Pray for God to use Rev. Tyler Blue to reach the lost and bring God’s people together. For all the people in our area. Let’s have a revival! For more information, contact Rev. Tom Mclean at 843639-3742 or 843-917-0363 or email email@example.com ________________________
Pine Ridge Holiness Church schedule Pine Ridge Holiness Church, 3524 W. Bobo Newsom Hwy., would like to invite everyone to come join us in services each week. Sunday School will begin at 10 a.m. and worship service will follow starting at 11 a.m. Sunday night service will begin at 6 p.m. and Wednesday services 7:30 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there! Contact Pastor Randall Harrelson at 861-4075 for any questions regarding the services. ________________________
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Children are invited to come to FBC Children’s Church located at 104 E. Home Ave. on Sunday mornings to practice becoming champions. Ages 4 years old-3rd grade (nursery/toddler room provided for ages 0-3 years). Come super excited! There will be games, crafts and snacks to fill your bowl. We will start in the sanctuary Sunday at 10:30 a.m. ________________________
Wesley Temple United Holiness Church, 290 Hill Road, Bishopville, in the Ashland community, welcomes all to come worship on Wednesday nights starting with
House of Prayer schedule Pastor Billy L. Melton and the congregation of House of Prayer Holiness Church wish to invite you to attend services each week. Wednesday night services begin at 7 p.m. Sunday School is at 10 a.m. Morning worship starts at 11 a.m. and Sunday night worship services begin at 6 p.m. The church is located at Creekside Drive off Swiftcreek Road. For more infor-
prayer at 6:30 p.m. and Bible study following at 7 p.m. On Sundays, Intercessory prayer starts at 9:15 a.m., Sunday school starts at 10 a.m., and service starts at 11:15 a.m. Pastor Elder Bennie Lee, Associate Pastor Minister Levester Brewer, Minister Timothy Brewer and W.T.U.H.C members will be looking forward to worshipping with you. ________________________
St. Bartholomew’s Church schedule St. Bartholomew’s Church, 103 Campus Drive, Sunday Church services begin at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Sunday schools starts at 9:30 a.m. They now have a new service By Design that begins at 5:30 p.m. Weekly healing service begins at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays in the church. Holy communion in the chapel on Wednesday at 10 a.m. ________________________
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GAYLE BUCKHEISTER SAWYER icy from the University of South Carolina. She is currently a member of the Coker Board of Trustees and served on the Coker Alumni
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Spiritual buffet I love going out to eat with friends and family and one of the best places to go is a good ‘ole buffet. Walking in you see and smell the steaming smorgasbord of delectable delights to choose from. There is so much to select that you can hardly decide what to try first. Unlike a food buffet, we can’t just pick and choose what we want because the scriptures say that we must eat the whole roll. Revelation 10:9, “And I went to the angel and said, give me the small scroll. Take it and eat it, he said. It will make your stomach bitter, but in your
ognized as the Personnel Administrator of the Year by the South Carolina Association of School Administrators. In addition to her service and leadership at Coker, Sawyer has been involved with the York County Choral Society and has served on the Board of Directors since 2010. Gayle lives in Rock Hill, with her husband, George P. Sawyer. Sawyer’s award will be presented on Saturday, February 10, at Drengaelen House during Coker College’s alumni Homecoming reception.
LESLIE B. WILLIAMSON mouth it will be sweet as honey.” The angel instructed him to eat the entire scroll and not leave anything. In other words, we can’t pick and choose what God wants
us to partake. We either eat it all or none at all. Sometimes we want to treat our walk with Christ just like a buffet where we can choose what we encounter on this journey, but in order to be prepared, we have to consume it all. It may be bitter or unpleasant going down, but in the end it will do us good. We can’t afford to be selective about how God molds us. Just understand that no matter how tough it may seem, it is for our good and we will benefit from it! ©3/2/18 LBW
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Association Board for many years, including serving as its president from 2014-2015. Since 2011, Sawyer has been an Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, in the Graduate School of the Richard W. Riley College of Education. From 2006-2011, she was the Executive Director of the Center for Educator Recruitment, Retention and Advancement for South Carolina. Prior to moving to Rock Hill, Sawyer was the Director of Human Resources for the Darlington County School District from 1996–2006, and during that time was rec-
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Sawyer receives Distinguished Service Award Gayle Buckheister Sawyer, Coker College class of 1970, has been named the 2018 recipient of the Coker College Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Award. This prestigious award is given annually by the Coker College Alumni Association and is presented to a graduate who has highly demonstrated their commitment to Coker’s ideals of character, culture and service. Sawyer earned her B.A. from Coker College, a Master’s of Education in Literacy from Clemson University in 1971, and both an Ed. S. and Ph.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration Pol-
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION Notice is hereby given that Goff Steakhouse LLC D/B/A Shug’s,intends to apply to the South Carolina Department of Revenue for a license/permit that will allow the sale and on premises consumption of beer,wine and liquor at 2404 Kelleytown Rd., Hartsville SC 29550. To object to the issuance of this permit/license, written protest must be postmarked no later than March 23, 2018. For a protest to be valid, it must be in writing, and should include the following information; (1)the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest; (2)the specific reasons why the application should be denied; (3)that the person protesting is willing to attend a hearing (if one is requested by the applicant); (4)that the person protesting resides in the same county where the proposed place of business is located or within five miles of the business;and, (5)the name of the applicant and the address of the premises to be licenced. Protest must be mailed to; S.C. Department of Revenue, ABL SECTION, P.O. BOX 125, Columbia, SC 29214-0907; or fax to: (803) 896-0110. (3/7,3/14,3/21)
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Children’s Trust awards $75,000 Three schools in S.C. will be gifted a DON’T QUIT! fitness center to Darlington County First Steps
Children’s Trust has awarded a $75,000 grant to Darlington County First Steps to implement the Strengthening Families Program (SFP) this year. The program’s first 14-week cycle will be delivered this spring at West Hartsville Elementary School. Another cycle will take place in the fall. SFP is an evidence-based program that works closely with families with children ages 6 to 11 to develop positive discipline practices, stay resilient in tough times, reduce conflict, improve parenting skills, and assist children with social skills, relationships, and school performance. All of these factors play an important role in keeping families strong while protecting against potential child abuse or neglect. “With the capability to deliver evidence-based programs and community-based prevention services, Darlington County First Steps is a proven partner that operates with fidelity, transparency and integrity,” said Sue Williams, CEO of Children’s Trust CEO.
“We are proud to support them in this important work within their community. Our experience has proven that when we invest in South Carolina’s communities, all of us working together can create long-term sustainability and impact.” Children’s Trust is supporting the Strengthening Families Program in 24 counties across the state. Our organization provides training, collects data and monitors the program to ensure it reaches maximum potential. The Duke Endowment and the S.C. Department of Social Services are the funding partners in this effort. “We are so excited to be a part of the Strengthening Families Program and to have a partnership with Children’s Trust, Darlington County First Steps and The Child and Family Resource Foundation,” said Julie Mahn, principal of West Hartsville Elementary. “The program began on Feb. 22 and will run for 14 weeks. Staff from the Child and Family Resource Foundation has been in our school since the
fall working on this program. We have had lots of interest from parents, and we already have a waiting list for Cycle 2.” A county partner of South Carolina First Steps serving Darlington, Hartsville, Lamar and Society Hill, Darlington County First Steps strives to ensure the most efficient resources and information are available so families in these communities are strong. Program services focus on family well-being, school readiness, parenting skills, reproductive health, and contraceptive education. The Child and Family Resource Foundation has a multilayered approach to providing psycho-emotional and social support for children in the local community. The Foundation’s programs include grief camps, mentoring programs, hosting community dinners, assisting teen moms with physical and emotional support, and Back to School backpack programs for Title I schools.
Governor Henry McMaster is pleased to be joined by South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman to announce that fitness icon Jake Steinfeld, Chairman of the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils (NFGFC), has kicked off 2018 by selecting the State of South Carolina for its 2018 DON’T QUIT! fitness campaign. The NFGFC will deliver a stateof-the-art DON’T QUIT! Fitness Center to three schools for demonstrating leadership in getting and keeping their students fit. The nomination process opens today and will run through Friday, April 6. Anyone can nominate a school by visiting www.natgovfit.org. “Childhood obesity is a serious problem that can follow a child into adulthood. I’ve declared war on this preventable disease and I’m inspired to see elected leaders like Governor McMaster immediately jump on board to join the battle and welcome us into his state. Every state leader that I’ve met
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with recognizes that obesity is neither a democrat nor republican issue, it’s a kids issue and all have vowed to do everything possible to help,” said Jake Steinfeld. “So far we’ve delivered DON’T QUIT! Fitness Centers in 24 states and Washington, DC and the response from students, teachers and communities has been unbelievable. Kids are excited about working out and being physically active and, as a result, their academic performance and self-esteem has skyrocketed. Now, South Carolina schools have an opportunity to make a change that will have a lasting impact on kids well into their future.” “Teaching young people healthy habits at a young age has proven to be one of the most effective ways to encourage health and productivity later in life,” said Gov. Henry McMaster. “The work that Jake and his team are doing around the country is something that South Carolina is proud to be a part of and a cause everyone can support. Our young people are the most important asset in our state and country, and we must do everything we can to support them and provide them with every opportunity for success.” “The health of South Carolina’s students has a strong impact on their success in the classroom and throughout their lives,” said South Carolina Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman. “I applaud Governor McMaster for recognizing the importance of ensuring our students are healthy and ready to learn and partnering with the National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils to bring this exciting opportunity to South Carolina schools.” The National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils program will make its way into all 50 states in the coming years. Each fitness center is financed through public/private partnerships with companies like The Coca-Cola Company, Anthem Foundation, Wheels Up, and Nike, and does not rely on taxpayer dollars or state funding. TuffStuff Fitness International provides all of the fitness equipment, which is manufactured right
here in the United States. The Foundation’s goal is to build a nation of the fittest, healthiest kids in the world. “I have witnessed firsthand the positive impact fitness centers have had on students and their communities. When you provide schools with the tools and inspiration, you’ll be amazed by the changes that take place,” continued Steinfeld. “Our children are our most precious resource and by providing them with a strong foundation in health and fitness, we can feel confident that they’ll excel beyond their wildest dreams.” Physical activity and exercise are shown to help prevent and treat more than 40 chronic diseases, enhance individual health and quality of life, and reduce health care costs. In schools, studies show that physical activity improves academic achievement, increases confidence and self-esteem, reduces discipline problems, cuts absenteeism, and fosters better interpersonal relationships. For more information about the NFGFC or to download a nomination form, visit www.natgovfit.org. About The National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils The National Foundation for Governors’ Fitness Councils (NFGFC) seeks to encourage and reward innovation in the field of youth fitness by awarding fitness centers to schools that use new and unique methods to promote student physical activity and wellness. The NFGFC envisions a fitness center in every school in the U.S., helping to build a nation that—through innovation and a “DON’T QUIT!” attitude— boasts the fittest kids in the world. Since 2012, the NFGFC has delivered fitness centers in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., Georgia, New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, California, New Mexico, Connecticut, Virginia, Illinois, Arkansas, Florida, Texas, Ohio, Washington, Wisconsin, Arizona, Maryland, Louisiana, Oregon, and Colorado. In 2018, we will gift fitness centers to four more states including South Carolina, Tennessee, and Kansas.
Anti-diarrhea drug trend a new threat A new trend has caught on across America. The over the counter drug Imodium AD has been being abused to create an opiate-like high. In some cases, heroin addicts have attempted to use the drugs to get through opiate withdrawals. In others, it is people looking for a legal high. The drug is taken in very large amounts sometimes 200 times the recommended dosage. The drug taken in such large amounts can be extremely dangerous with the potential to cause fatal overdose. This has resulted in the Food and Drug Administration or FDA releasing warnings over the last several weeks. One doctor at Baycare Clinic in Wisconsin detailed the dangerous effects of the
drug.. “The biggest safety issue is what happens to the heart. It disrupts our electrical pathways in our heart. When it happens, it’s like flipping a switch. It’s not like you feel a little bit worse and a little bit worse and then you die. You just collapse,” he explained. As a result, the FDA is currently working with the producers of Imodium A-D to limit the doses that come in a pack to prevent the abuse. However, it is unclear yet if further action will need to be taken. The FDA has not made any decision to pull the medicine from the shelves. For the meantime, Narconon Drug Rehabilitation would like to warn you to keep an eye out for those buying Imodium A-D.