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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Mama always said . . . There are many things that our mamas said to us that we will always remember. I guess it’s because she repeated them so many times. Below are some sayings from my mom, as well as the moms of some of my co-workers: “You can do anything you set your mind to.” “God don’t like ugly.”

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“Eat all your dinner because there are starving children in China. “Money doesn’t grow on

trees.” “If you are going to dream you might as well dream big.” “Can’t never could do nothing.” “If you can’t say anything nice about someone, don’t say anything.” “Wait till your daddy gets home.” “You can be glad in the

same britches you got mad in.” “If you don’t stop crying, I’ll give you something to cry about.” “We’re not air conditioning the outside.” “When you get old enough.” “Play with fire and you’re going to get burnt.” “Keep making that face

and it will get stuck like that.” “Because I said so, that’s why.” “Remember to mind your p’s and q’s. Always wear clean underwear because you never know when you may get in an accident and have to be taken to the hospital." “You’re not supposed to wear white after Labor Day.”

“Put off today, what you can do tomorrow.” “Anybody out past midnight is up to no good.” “You can catch more bees with honey than salt. “A little birdy told me.” “When your babies are little they walk on your feet, when they grow up, they walk on your heart.”

headed (to destruction) and will send things and people that will try to help us, but our stubborn nature won’t let that happen. I can imagine our Lord watching us as we look exactly like that tiny ant that was so determined to carry that butterfly back to his colony on his own terms. As much as I wanted to help him, I couldn’t. Sometimes we ourselves don’t let God help us either. We are so determined to do it our way and the Father allows us to do just that. He sends us help

that we refuse. We won’t listen to good counsel or good advice because of stubbornness. But our Creator will allow us to wander until we surrender and He will cause all roads to lead back to him. Remember the prodigal son in Luke 15:1132? God loves you and wants you to win! Stop taking things into your own hands and allow God to lead you in the right directions. You will save a whole lot of time that way! Until next time beloveds…

On the road back home Early one Sunday morning, I went out on my porch with a hot cup of my dear friend “Joe” and sat down to hear what the Lord was saying and to spend some time with Him. After greeting my many plants and watering them, I sat down to observe and soak in all of what was available for me. Down on the sidewalk I saw what looked like a drunken butterfly. The erratic movements made me wonder until I realized it was a tiny ant trying to carry it. I got a closer look and discovered

LESLIE B. WILLIAMSON I was right. There he was this tiny creature doing his best to carry this amazing prize back to his colony. In between my blissful sips of

caffeine, I studied my tiny friend and noticed that he was going around in circles and great big loopty loops. A few times, some of his buddies came along and tried to help him get back on the path, but he continued to go his own route, sometimes repeating himself and taking long trips out of the way in a different direction. I watched him refuse the help of his coworkers over and over and wander off the path. But at the end I saw him finally reach his destination.

Seeing this reminded me of how we sometimes get on the wrong path in our determination to do things our own way. We won’t accept the help that God sends to us to help us get back on the right path and instead end up taking the long way back. We take detours and pit stops and ultimately have to start off again where we started in the first place. Seeing that ant from my perspective showed me how God sees us sometimes. He sees when we are

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Have you ever been confused by the jargon used on Wall Street? Perhaps it is time to translate some of those esoteric stock market terms into plain English. Blue chips: This term refers to stocks that have a history of consistently strong dividend payments, issued by large corporations with solid management. In addition, this is also a nickname for the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which includes 30 companies that usually deserve such a label. Hedge: A position you take with your money or investments to try and coun-

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other may not be hurt. Moving average: This is simply the average, pershare price of a stock within a set period – it could be 50 days, 100 days, or 200 days. Stock market indices like the Dow and Nasdaq have moving averages, too, which are measured in the same way. Thin trading: A period when the market has relatively few buyers and sellers. The months of August and December commonly see thin trading, as summer vacations and holidays impact the volume of buy and sell orders that traders process. The phenomenon

can also apply to certain stocks or stock market sectors. Trading has become a bit thinner overall during this decade, as Wall Street has seen a decline in volatility (see below). As CNBC reports, stock trading volume on an average Wall Street trading day in 2017 is down 6% from 2016. Volatility: The price movement of a stock (or a stock index). Some stocks are not very volatile; others are. Thinly traded stocks may see greater price swings than others. Yield: This is often confused with the return of a

stock, but it is not the same. Yield is a measure of dividend from a dividend-paying stock, and you figure it out by dividing the yearly dividend payment by the original price you paid for the shares. Say you buy shares of a firm for $10 and they yield $0.45 annually. Your yield is 4.5%. Hopefully, this clears up a little of that jargon and provides you with more insight. The more understanding you possess when it comes to investing, the more confidence you may have as you pursue your financial objectives.

Hartsville Young Professionals give to Humane Society The Hartsville Young Professionals (HYP) organization hosted an Ales and Tails donation drive event for the Darlington County Humane Society on August 10 at Vintage Craft Beer and Wine Boutique. HYP members and the Hartsville community were invited to

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HARTSVILLE RED FOXES Red Foxes Rout Panthers By Coach Jimmy White The Hartsville Red Fox football team opened the 2017 season with a dominating performance against the Lake City Panthers, winning by a 41-6 score. The Foxes took control early, allowing them to rest most of the first team players for a majority of the second half. Lake City received the opening kick-off and moved the ball for two first-downs behind the passing of QB Chris Burgess. The drive ended just past midfield after a tipped pass was intercepted by Keyshawn McDonald. Four plays later the Foxes scored on a 19 yd. pass from AJ Joyner to Tiyon Evans. Caleb Caldwell converted the PAT, and the Foxes led 7-0. The Red Rox defense then forced a short punt with the Foxes taking over on the Lake City 43 yd. line. On 4th and 2, Quise Huggins burst through the line for a 35 yd TD run.

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Caldwell’s PAT made the score 14-0. The Foxes next drive ended with a fumble on the Panthers 25 yd. line and the quarter ended with the 14-0 lead intact. The 2nd quarter started with the Panthers finding success through the air, but the Red Fox defense held, forcing a punt to the Red Fox 12 yd. line. On the first play, Tiyon Evans took the hand-off and raced 88 yds for the Foxes 3rd TD of the night. The PAT was good and the Red Foxes held a

21-0 lead. The Panthers then put together a good drive that ended with a Burgess fumble on the Red Fox 10 yd. line. The Foxes drove down the field and Christopher Morris ran in from 16 yds. out and the PAT made the score 28-0 at the half. The Red Fox offense had 346 yds. at the half, while Lake City had 173 yds. of offense. The Foxes received the 2nd half kickoff and showing a good mix of running and passing moved down the

field with a drive that ended with a Morris 10 yd. TD run. The PAT failed and the Foxes led 34-0. Lake City then put together their only scoring drive which ended with a 35 yd. TD pass from Burgess to Rose. The PAT failed and the score was 346 with 8:10 remaining in the quarter. The quarter ended with the Foxes on the LC 18 yd. line leading 34-6. The 4th quarter started with a Darian Pendergrass 23 yd. TD run after a 5 yd. penalty. The Caldwell PAT made the score 41-6. With a running clock and back-up players getting playing time, this became the final score. The stats showed the dominance of the Foxes as they had 573 yds. compared to the Panthers 277. Tiyon Evans led the way with 5 carries for 186 yds and a 19 yd. TD pass to go with his 88 yd. TD run. Quise Huggins also had a big game with 91 rushing yds. and 40 yds receiving. Play-

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Fiber Industries LLC opening new operations in Darlington County Fiber Industries LLC is preparing to open a new textile production operation in Darlington County. Expected to be operational in early 2018, this development is projected to bring more than $30 million of capital investment and lead to the creation of at least 135 new jobs. A privately-held company, Fiber Industries was established by MHR Fund Management LLC, a New York-based investment firm, in order to restart the Palmetto Plant in Darlington. The management team, Andrew Rosenfeld and Leandro Carboni, has more than 60 years of combined experience in working at senior level positions in the chemical, oil and gas industries, along with strong backgrounds in financial, commercial and plant operations. Located at 1000 East McIver Road in Darlington, the company expects to begin hiring for the new positions in the fourth quarter of

2017. Interested applicants should visit readySC™’s website for more information. The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits related to this project. “Fiber Industries is excited about the opportunity to restart the Palmetto Plant and bring jobs to the Darlington area. The management team has been very impressed with the local workforce capabilities observed during its due diligence process. The support of the state and the local community has been an additional plus to help move this project forward.” – Fiber Industries officers Andrew Rosenfeld and Leandro Carboni “Manufacturing continues to thrive in the Palmetto State; and, as a result, South Carolina’s economy is on top of the world. Today, we celebrate Fiber Industries LLC

McLeod Hospice offers training for volunteers McLeod Hospice is offering a new “Hospice Volunteering 101” class in Hartsville for persons interested in helping Hospice patients and/or assisting the Hospice support staff. The volunteer training program will be held on Saturday, Sept. 9, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Welsh Neck Baptist Association, 1048 E. BoBo Newsome Highway, in Hartsville. A brunch will be provided during the training. Volunteers play a vital role in McLeod Hospice. Volunteers may make deliveries to patients’ homes or provide companionship by visiting patients either in their homes or at the McLeod Hospice House. They may also provide massage therapy, pet therapy or play the piano or another instrument for patients. Volunteers perform clerical work (serving

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and the jobs they are bringing to Darlington County. We are proud that they have decided to do business in our state and look forward to watching them succeed here.” – Gov. Henry McMaster “South Carolina has a long and storied history with textile manufacturing, and this announcement by Fiber Industries only adds to that tradition. This is tremendous news for Darlington County, and we look forward to the difference that these new jobs will make.” – Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt “Darlington County is pleased to have Fiber Industries commit to investing capital and creating jobs in our county. We look forward to a long and profitable relationship with our new partners. Darlington County is dedicated to growing our economy and helping our citizens prosper.” – Darlington County Council Chairman Bobby Hudson

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H A RT S V I L L E H A P P E N I N G S Jacob Kelley Museum House open house The Historic Jacob Kelley House, located at 2585 Kelleytown Road, Hartsville, will be open Sunday, September 3rd from 3 to 5 p.m. Come out and enjoy the place where the Yankees slept among the Rebels. Guild members will be on hand to perform guided tours. If you have questions, please contact Rita Nuckles at (843) 861-3955.

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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 3938521.

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.

Antioch Community Center Rodeo Antioch Community Center Rodeo, 2460 Antioch Road, Hartsville will be having their 20th annual High School Rodeo August 25th and 26th. Admission is $10 per person. Kids 12 years old and under free. Rain or shine.

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Downtown Block Party, East Carolina Avenue, featuring Backfire on September 7th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The outdoor concert is free. For more information call 843383-3015 ext. 1003. ________________________

The Hartsville Farmers Market will be held the 2nd Saturday of each month thru December 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Downtown Hartsville. ________________________

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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, 3984035; Hartsville City, 383-3019; or Darlington County, 398-4401.

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CHURCH HAPPENINGS GriefShare Support Group GriefShare support group will be offered at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Thursdays from 6:30-8 p.m. Those who understand want to help you through this difficult time. Call (843)332-2271 for more information or visit ________________________

Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church fall revival Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church located at 2349 Calvary Road, Hartsville will hold their fall revival August 21-25 at 7 p.m. nightly. We invite you to come and be revived. The speaker will be Senior Pastor Reginald S. Floyd of the Historic Jerusalem Baptist Church in Hartsville. For more information contact Pastor Edward J. Squire 843-332-0503. ________________________

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Church, 1884 Antioch Road, Hartsville, will be having their clothes closet on Saturday, August 26th from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m. Unlimited free items. There will be clothes, pocketbooks and miscellaneous items. ________________________

Oates Baptist Church singing Oates Baptist Church, 3569 Oates Hwy., Lamar will be having a singing on Saturday August 26th at 6 p.m. featuring The Believers Quartet from Sumter. Please join us for a great night of music and worship. Admission is free and open to everyone. If you have any questions you may contact Pastor Gerald McAlister at 843-307-6203. ________________________

Hartsville Church of God of Prophecy singing The Hartsville Church of God of Prophecy will be having a singing featuring The Singing Revelations on Saturday, August 26th at 6 p.m.

Refreshments will be served following the singing. Everyone is welcome. For more information call Richard Sanders at 843-858-4383. ________________________

Jerusalem Baptist Praise and Worship Experience The concert choir of Jerusalem Baptist Church located 301 South Sixth Street, Hartsville, invites you to attend the mid-summer praise and worship experience on Sunday, August 27th at 5 p.m. There will be various guest choirs. Valerie Haynesworth is director and Diana Frazier is minister of music. Make your plans to attend. ________________________

Bible Truth Holiness Church revival Bible Truth Holiness Church in Lydia invites you to revival August 27th to September 1st with Sister Linda Boughtman from Carrolton, GA. Services will begin Sunday morning at 11 am. and Sun-

day evening at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday services will begin at 7 p.m. nightly. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information call Pastor Hazel Mixon at 843-332-3442 or 843-8581209. ________________________

Middendorf Church of the Living God singing Middendorf Church of the Living God, 2042 Bullard Ford Road, will be having a singing Tuesday, August 29th at 6:30 p.m. featuring Burning Bridges. For more information call Rev. Burke Hoffman at 843-309-1957 or Wendy Hoffman at 843-8587251. ________________________

House of Prayer Pastor Appreciation House of Prayer Holiness Church will be honoring Pastor Billy and Janice Melton in celebration of their faithful service to God and House of Prayer Holiness Church for over 40 years on Sunday, September 10th. Sunday

school will begin at 10 a.m. The celebration service will begin at 11 a.m. with lunch following the service. Please make your plans to attend to show your appreciation on this special day as we honor Pastor Billy and Janice Melton. Everyone is welcome! ________________________

Oates Baptist Church Pastor Appreciation Pastor appreciation for Oates Baptist Church located at 3569 Oates Highway, Lamar, will be on Sunday, September 10th at 11 a.m. We will be welcoming Kings Cause from Lancaster. Join us for a great morning of music and worship. Come and show your appreciation for our wonderful pastor and his family. For any additional information contact Pastor Gerald McAlister at 843307-6203. ________________________

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 information contact Brother Melton at 332-9479 or Check us out on Facebook. ________________________

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.

Bojangles’ Southern 500 race weekend going green again

When the green flag drops at Darlington Raceway on Labor Day weekend, drivers could earn their “green stripe” on turn 4 at the track Too Tough to Tame. Turn 4 will be painted green as a reminder to be kind to the environment. And Darlington Raceway is doing just that by using 100 percent Green Power for the electrical needs of the NASCAR XFINITY Series Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bojangles’ Southern 500. Green Power for race weekend is distributed by Pee Dee Electric Cooperative and generated by state-owned utility Santee Cooper. To help celebrate Green Power at Darlington Raceway, fans can sign up to win three laps in a pace car on Sunday, Sept. 3, at www. “We are proud to say that our Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bojangles’ Southern 500 race weekend will be 100 percent

powered by green energy thanks to Pee Dee Electric Cooperative and Santee Cooper,” said track President Kerry Tharp. “Darlington Raceway takes great pride in being a facility that is powered by renewable energy. We appreciate our strong relationship with our electric providers and look forward putting on a great race weekend for our fans.” Pee Dee Electric Cooperative has earned its “green stripe” by being a longtime champion of Green Power. Jeff Singletary, Pee Dee Electric Cooperative vice president of marketing, said, “Pee Dee Electric Cooperative is always proud to partner with Santee Cooper and the Darlington Raceway in bringing this Green Power event to the area. This year we’re doing something new, painting a green stripe on the 4th turn, so as to remind people to be kind to our planet. We are big supporters of clean, renewable energy and extremely pleased to host this event

once again.” Santee Cooper has 28 megawatts of clean, renewable Green Power from sources including six landfill methane gas generating stations, six solar arrays and one wind turbine. Green Power is Green-e Energy certified and meets the environmental and consumer protection standards set forth by the non-profit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at In fact, Santee Cooper is the only utility generating Green Power in South Carolina that is on the state’s electric grid, and Pee Dee Electric Cooperative promotes Green Power sales to its 30,000 members. “Innovative partnerships like this one allow us to continue to expand Green Power throughout the state,” said Santee Cooper President and CEO Lonnie Carter. “Darlington Raceway and Pee Dee Electric go the extra mile for their commitment to Green Power and environmental stewardship,

and we thank them for their commitment.” Darlington Raceway’s award-winning throwback campaign is now The Official Throwback Weekend of NASCAR featuring the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Bojangles’ Southern 500® on Sunday, Sept. 3. The NASCAR XFINITY Series Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 will race on Saturday, Sept. 2. Tickets are on sale now by calling 866-4597223 or visiting DarlingtonRaceway. com. Children 12 and under can get in free to Saturday’s NASCAR XFINITY Series race. You can keep up with all of the latest news from Darlington Raceway at, on Facebook at DarlingtonRaceway and on Twitter at TooToughToTame. Fans are encouraged to post their Bojangles’ Southern 500 stories and memories at #TraditionContinues, #BojanglesSo500 and #SportClips200.


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The City of Hartsville is “throwing it back” with a special Drive-In Movie Night on Sat., Sept. 16. “Dirty Dancing” (1987) will be projected onto a 40 foot drive-in movie screen at Byerly Park, 1109 Fourteenth Street beginning at 8 p.m. Prior to the film showing, Brenda Cranford School of Dance will offer free dance lessons beginning at 7 p.m. Brenda Cranford will teach dance styles featured in the movie including mambo, cha

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Darlington Raceway to honor Dale Earnhardt Sr., Dale Earnhardt Jr.

In celebrating the legacy of Dale Earnhardt Sr. and honoring Dale Earnhardt Jr. in his final NASCAR Cup Series Bojangles’ Southern 500 start, Darlington Raceway is dedicating its Turn 3 suite towers in their names, respectively. Earnhardt Towers will feature an assortment of graphics that depict memorable moments of Earnhardt Sr. and Earnhardt Jr., featured on the backside of each tower. The Earnhardt Towers name will also be proudly displayed on the front of the towers facing the track.

Earnhardt Towers will join a great tradition of historical names that the Lady in Black has given to its facilities, including Brasington Tower Grandstands (Turn 1) – named after Darlington Raceway’s founder and first president Harold Brasington Colvin Grandstands (backstretch) – named after Bob Colvin, Darlington Raceway’s president from 195267 Tyler Tower Grandstands – named after W.D. “Red” Tyler, Darlington Raceway’s president from 1982-89

Jim H. Hunter Media Center – named after Jim Hunter, Darlington Raceway’s president from 199301 Pearson Tower Grandstands – named after David Pearson, NASCAR Hall of Famer and Darlington Raceway’s all-time wins leader (10) in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Cale Yarborough Garage – Darlington’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series garage is named after the Timmonsville native, who holds five victories in the famed Bojangles’ Southern 500. “Darlington Raceway is fortunate to have many of

the sport’s legends honored throughout our property,” said track president Kerry Tharp. “We felt that it was fitting to honor Dale Earnhardt Sr. and Dale Earnhardt Jr. for their positive impact on the sport and on the track Too Tough To Tame. Earnhardt Towers will forever celebrate and recognize their achievements and be a lasting landmark at our traditionrich facility.” As part of the dedication, Darlington Raceway will be holding a special ceremony on Friday morning of race weekend (Sept. 1), featuring track president Kerry Tharp and Kelley Earnhardt Miller, co-owner of JR Motorsports

and daughter of Earnhardt Sr. The towers will be dedicated just before cars hit the track for NASCAR XFINITY Series Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 and Bojangles’ Southern 500 practice sessions, which are free to the public if fans bring an empty Monster Energy can to the track as part of its Free Can Friday initiative http://www. aspx. Earnhardt Sr. held Darlington Raceway in high regard and always cherished a victory at the track Too Tough To Tame. His nine Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series wins at Darling-

ton rank second all-time (David Pearson had 10 wins). He won races at the Lady in Black in 1982, 1986, 1987 (2), 1989, 1990 (2), 1993 and 1994. He also won three NASCAR XFINITY Series races at the track (1986, 1987 and 1991). Earnhardt Jr. will be racing in his final Bojangles’ Southern 500 on Sunday, Sept. 3 (6 p.m. ET, live on NBCSN, MRN and SiriusXM). He has four top-five and 10 top-10 finishes at the track in 21 career starts. He has been a loyal supporter of the track’s award-winning throwback campaign, which honors the history and heritage of the sport.

Linda Weatherford named Woman of Achievement

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Linda Weatherford has been named the 2017 Woman of Achievement by the Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce. Weatherford became SPC Credit Union’s first female CEO in January of 2016. Prior to CEO, she served as the Director of Marketing and Business Development for SPC for 12 years. Since 1987, she has worked for credit unions in leadership roles, and has been an advocate for the credit union movement, promoting the philosophy of “people helping people.” Weatherford achieved success in her career by devoting herself to leadership and developing the credit unions she served into competitive organizations. Travis Walters, chairman of

the SPC Board of Directors, said, “In addition to her busi-

LINDA WEATHERFORD ness competency, Linda possesses tremendous integrity, vision and faith in God. She is passionate about the credit union movement and how we can help others, especially the underserved in our communities.” Under her leadership as Marketing Director, SPC Credit Union’s

Cares2Share program received the 2014 Duke Energy Citizenship and Service Award and the 2013 Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Award, which is coveted by credit unions across the nation. “As a professional who believes in investing in others’ development, enriching the community, and balancing her personal and professional commitments, Linda Weatherford embodies the title of Woman of Achievement,” remarked Hartsville Chamber President Quinetta Buterbaugh. Weatherford serves on the board of the Carolinas Credit Union League (CCUL), as the board chairwoman, and the CCUL’s South Carolina Governmental Affairs Committee, as the immediate past chairwoman. She has volunteered on behalf of numerous commu-

nity organizations: Darlington County Free Medical Clinic, Habitat for Humanity, Harvest Hope advisory board, House of Hope, The Humane Society and Animal Shelter, The Hartsville Soup Kitchen, Cornerstone Baptist Church Parking Lot Missions, McLeod Children's Hospital and Children's Miracle Network. She has been a contributor to the McLeod Cancer Center and supporter of Relay for Life. She was named the 2010 Darlington Professional Woman of the Year. The Chamber will present the award during its first Women’s Leadership Symposium on September 8. For more information about the Symposium, visit <> .

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The SC Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services (PPP) presented an honorary badge and certificate to Sen. Gerald Malloy in appreciation of his authorship of the Omnibus Crime Reduction and Sentencing Reform Act, which has saved the state more than $30 million. The badge and plaque were presented by PPP offi-

cials on Friday, Aug. 18 at Sen. Malloy’s law office, 1216 Salem Road, Hartsville. Sen. Malloy, a member of the Senate’s Judiciary Committee, was sponsor of the 2010 Omnibus Crime Reduction and Sentencing Reform Act which has significantly reduced the state’s prison population and saved the state nearly




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$30.5 million in its first five years. It has been hailed by national criminal justice reform groups as a model for other states. Sen. Malloy is chair of the Sentencing Reform Act Oversight Committee which has monitored implementation of the legislation. “We are deeply honored to present this badge and plaque in appreciation of Sen. Malloy’s efforts to reform the state prison and community supervision programs, which have impacted thousands of lives and saved the state’s taxpayers millions of dollars,” said PPP Director Jerry Adger. PPP supervises more than 52,000 jurisdictional offenders on probation, parole and other forms of community supervision in South Carolina. For more information, contact PPP Public Information Director Pete O’Boyle, (803) 734-9267 or (cell) (803) 667-2214.

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