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Month, as well as Happy Cat Month. National Save a Tiger Month and Save the Koala Month. Weekly celebrations include National Guitar FlatPicking Days, Sept. 13-17; Hummingbird Celebration, Sept. 14-1; Constitution Week, Sept. 17-23; National Dog Week, Sept. 24-30 and Build A Better Image Week, Sept. 17-23. In case you don’t know, Big Whopper Liar Day is Saturday, Sept. 16. In celebration, Port Angeles, WA., will

host it’s 5th Annual Liars Contest. Storytellers from around the Pacific Northwest will compete for cash prizes and bragging rights, with a panel of judges deciding who tells the biggest whopper. Source: www.brownielocks.com And, according to the History Channel: On this day in 1814, Francis Scott Key pens a poem which is later set to music and in 1931 becomes America’s national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

His poem, originally titled “The Defense of Fort McHenry,” was written after Key witnessed the Maryland fort being bombarded by the British during the War of 1812. If September makes you want to sing or hum a tune, here are a “September” songs “September Morn” by Neil Diamond; “The September of My Years” by Frank Sinatra; “September When It Comes,” by Johnny Cash and Roseanne Cash; “Sep-

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“For it’s a long, long while from May to December, But the days grow short when you reach September.” – Maxwell Anderson

Prepare for the storm Storms are something we have become all too familiar with. Within the last few years we have seen our share of storms, not to mention experiencing the effects of several hurricanes. The latter part of last week was a time of uncertainty for us in South Carolina. We didn’t know if hurricane Irma would impact us the way Matthew had done or not so I decided to find out what we should prepare for and how should we get ready for what was to come. I found that there are three things that we need to do when a hurricane or storm is approaching. 1) Before the storm, prepare. Gather the necessary items you will need over the

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In our lives we are destined to encounter storms. Storms are those things that move over your life and causes utter chaos and destruction. But we as believers have the same protocol when we discover storms are headed our way. 1) Before the storm, prepare. Read the Word and apply it to your heart, mind and soul so that when storms come, the Word will activate and keep you. 2) During the storm, survive. Hold fast to the Word that is in your heart and look to the hills from whence cometh your help (Ps. 121). 3) After the storm, recover. God will restore everything that was depleted

from you during your tribulation. Joel 2:25, “And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpillar, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you.” As you can see there is always hope for the believer. Whether we miss the storm or have to go through it, Jesus has promised that He will never leave nor forsake us. If a storm has come over your life, then that simply means that you my friend are a survivor. So lift your hands and tell the Lord “thank you”! Be encouraged during this journey and know that God is for us! Every blessing to you all!

Nutcracker auditions Auditions will be held Friday, September 15 at the Center Theater for The Columbia City Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker”. Local area dancers are invited to audition for William Starrett, director of the prestigious company, and have a chance to perform in the classic ballet that will be presented in Hartsville on December 1. Dancers should arrive for auditions dressed in black leotard, pink or tan tights, ballet shoes and hair in bun. There is a $20 audition fee made payable to Columbia City Ballet. Audition times are 4 p.m. for dancers age 46, 4:45 p.m. ages 7-12, 5:30

p.m. ages 12-over. Dancers on pointe, please bring pointe shoes. Brenda Cranford School of Dance will be hosting the event and rehearsals will be held at their studio beginning in November and taught by a member of the Columbia City Ballet. There are only four rehearsals and the ballet company will provide costumes for the dancers. This is a great opportunity for dancers to have a chance to perform in this wonderful Christmas classic. Please feel free to contact Brenda Cranford for any additional information prior to auditions.

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DCSD Food Services employees complete second year of culinary training For the second year in a row, Food Services employees from the Darlington County School District (DCSD) completed an intensive food preparation and nutrition training course this summer. Culinary Partners, a nonprofit that specializes in training school food service workers, led the way in the kitchen. Culinary Chef Instructor Tim Page, along with other trainers, joined Executive Director Eileen Staples at Hartsville Middle School for the week-long course. “We get the employees engaged. We realize that it is very important to have healthier kids,” Staples said. “We need to help kids learn that healthy foods can taste good. We want to use more spices, lower sodium and more whole grains to create healthier meals.” The goal of the training is to help the food services employees prepare highly nutritious and tasty meals while following all federal and

state guidelines. Page, who has been teaching high school students in Spartanburg for 13 years, said he thoroughly enjoys the training and watching the employees improve. “It’s a lot of fun. It gives them a nice energy bump heading into the school year,” Page said. “It’s also very important. You’re not going to have healthier children with wishful thinking. Engagement is important.” The week not only included one-on-one instruction with culinary chefs, but

the employees also spend two days in the classroom. Clemson Extension led that portion of the training, focusing heavily on understanding nutrition, efficient operation of a cafeteria and marketing. DCSD’s director of Food Services, Pamela Vaughan, said employees were so excited about the training last year, they were jumping at the opportunity. “It is wonderful training,” Vaughan said. “They love it. We tried to get someone from every school like last year.” Staples said the employ-

ees always enjoy the knife skills instruction, as well as learning about using herbs and spices. “I wish we could do a whole week on just those,” she said. One of most important pieces of the week for Page is the growth he sees in the employees. “It’s exciting. I enjoy seeing their confidence grow regarding how to prepare food properly and safely,” Page said. “Some of them go from nervous to confident. It’s important to see that change.” The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provided funding for the training through a Team Nutrition Grant. The South Carolina Department of Education worked in conjunction with the USDA to distribute funding to Culinary Partners, according to Staples. DCSD donated all food prepared during the week’s training to a local soup kitchen.

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Hammond invites nominations for Angels South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond announced that his office will accept nominations of charitable organizations for this year’s Angel awards. Every year, the Secretary of State honors several charitable organizations as “Angels.” Specifically, the Secretary of State considers organizations which use at least 80 percent of their contributions for charitable services, have been in existence for three years or more, make good use of volunteer assistance, and do not rely heavily on government grants or grants from other organizations. Letters of nomination for the 2017 Angels may be sent to the Secretary of State’s Office, Division of Public Charities, 1205

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How Darlington County School District determines school closings

The decision to close schools in Darlington County School District for snow, sleet, extreme wind, rain or other dangerous weather conditions is a decision carefully made by school officials. The safety of more than 10,000 students is the determining factor to open or close the schools. When bad weather strikes, school officials fan out across the county in the wee hours of the morning to determine road conditions. When making the decision to close, cancel or delay schools, district officials travel the roads and review road reports and weather reports, including from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). They also consult with the highway patrol, Emergency Operations Center and local law enforcement to help assess road conditions. The district will use all of those resources – law enforcement reports, NOAA weather reports and eyewitness accounts - to

determine whether to close or delay schools. When a decision is made to close schools because of bad weather or the threat of bad weather, school officials will make a decision by 5:30 a.m. Any decision to close or delay schools will affect all schools in Darlington County. School officials will use the district’s phone notification system, SchoolConnects, to call, text message and email parents and guardians of current Darlington County School District students. The district will also notify local radio stations, television stations and newspapers. The district will place an alert on the district website, as well as post updates on the district’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. The district’s website is www.darlington.k12. sc.us. From time to time, school is dismissed early because of bad weather or the threat of bad weather. When that occurs, students will remain under adult supervision until

the school buses leave for home or until students are picked up by their parents. Buses will run regular routes. If it appears that school may be closed or students dismissed early because of bad weather, parents and guardians will be called by the district’s phone notification system. Local television and radio stations will also broadcast the information. The Darlington County School District website will always have the most up-todate information about school closings or delays. Parents are asked to NOT call the radio or television stations, because doing so ties up the telephone lines. This could prevent school officials from getting through with important information. If Darlington County School District is not mentioned among the schools affected by bad weather, parents should assume that schools will operate as usual. The television and radio stations only have time to list closed or delayed schools.

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school has a nurse and/or first aid “First Responder� on staff. They are trained to assist any injured people until medical professionals arrive. If bad weather occurs during the school day, parents are asked not to panic. The staff of the school will keep

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Paddle sports enthusiasts to enjoy Paddlefest Whether you are new to paddle sports or want to learn a new skill, Fall Paddlefest will allow paddle sport enthusiasts to learn basic techniques of kayaking, kayak fishing, paddleboarding, and family canoeing. The City of Hartsville Parks and Recreation Department has partnered with Naturally Outdoors to

bring this free event to Lawton Park, 716 Prestwood Dr., on September 24, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. One of the goals of Naturally Outdoors is to help people get outside enjoying our natural resources safely. This event will have a festival-like atmosphere with music and mingling. Those who have their own equip-

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Maureen Thomas recognized Maureen Thomas, vice chairwoman of the Darlington County Board of Education, earned recognition by the South Carolina School Boards Association (SCSBA) for achievement in the association’s 2016–17 Boardmanship Institute. SCSBA Boardmanship Institute, established in 1982, offers a year-round training curriculum to help board members develop skills and stay abreast of state and national education issues. Workshops focus on school law, advocacy and legislation, improving board operations, leadership for improving student achievement, and other timely topics. Board members can achieve up to six levels of

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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, October 1st 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. ________________________

Fourth Street Baptist BBQ sale Fourth Street Baptist Church will be having a BBQ fundraiser sale on November 9th from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. BBQ will be prepared by Tommy’s Self Service. For more information call 843-373-6400.

Centennial Farmers Market The Centennial Farmers Market will be held every Thursday through December 3-6 p.m. Downtown Hartsville. ________________________

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

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. ________________________

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, 398-4401. ________________________

Girl Scout meetings 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 dif-

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Hartsville Toastmasters meetings The Hartsville Toastmasters meet every second and fourth Monday at 7 p.m. at the Black Creek Arts Council building at 116 West College Avenue, Hartsville. Toastmasters International is a non-profit club specializing in the improvement of leadership and speaking skills in a controlled, constructive setting. Guests are welcome and admission is free. If you have any further questions contact Ray Schnell at 3090705 or email hartsvilletoastmasters@hotmail.com

Piratesville Splash Pad goes to the dogs September 17 Although Piratesville Splash Pad is typically closed after Labor Day, it will be open to special furry, fourlegged visitors and their owners one last time for the season. The City of Hartsville Parks and Recreation Department will host the Dog Days of Summer as a fundraiser for the upcoming dedicated Hartsville Dog Park and will give dogs the rare chance to run around and cool off in the fountains, geysers and dumping buckets. Owners will be required to fill out a waiver before

entering the event. Admission for the event is $10 per family, although additional donations are appreciated. The event will take place on Sunday, September 17 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Piratesville Splash Pad at 1109 14th Street and is open to the public. All four-legged friends must be up to date on their vaccinations to enter the event. Female dogs in heat and puppies under the age of six months old will not be allowed to enter. All pet handlers must be 18 years or

older, or accompanied by an adult. Handlers are limited to no more than two dogs. Upon arrival, dogs must remain on their leash until they enter the event; once they enter they will then be allowed to run around off leash. Owners are encouraged to walk their dog around the park to help him or her relieve themselves prior to entering the event. All owners are expected to clean up after and supervise their dogs while they are at the event. Owners are also

encouraged to not trim their dog’s nails prior to the event as the dogs will be on concrete and it could wear on their nails quickly. Outside food and drinks, for dogs and humans, will not be allowed inside the event. However, concessions will be available for human visitors and must be eaten in the concession area. Drinking water will be available to dogs throughout the event. For information on the event, contact Beth Tripp, beth.tripp@ hartsvillesc.gov or 843-339-2878.

Donald is a friendly boy who loves to give and get hugs from people. He thinks walks are great and he does pull from excitement when he gets the chance to go out, but after some exercise he settles down nicely. One of our volunteers had him out and said, “It was so hot out that he was happy to just sit on the steps with me in the shade and greet everyone coming in and out.” Donald is super handsome with his unique light brindle coloring. He was turned in by the fire department and enjoyed riding in the truck with the fireman. He has an affectionate nature and good manners, and let’s talk about those amazing ears! When they are up he could blow away on a windy day, but he is equally cute when he lays them back flat. The staff says that Donald is an all around nice boy who is playful and submissive. In his video, he meets Maggie and a game of chase ensues! This loving, sweet guy would enjoy living with an owner who will care for him and make him a cherished member of the family. He is a 47 lb., 2 year old lab mix. For more information, call 843-398-4402 or email darlingtonhumanepets@gmail.com.

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HARTSVILLE RED FOXES Foxes fall to Conway The Hartsville Red Foxes made the trip to Conway this past Friday to face the Conway Tigers and returned home with their first loss, falling 35-21. This dropped their record to 3-1 while Conway moved to 4-0. The game began as though it would be a defensive battle as both teams forced the other to punt or turn the ball over on downs for most of the first quarter. Late in the quarter Conway began to mount a drive that ended with a 41 yard TD pass. The PAT made the score 7-0 with 1:07 remaining in the quarter. The Foxes then got sloppy and penalties forced them to punt from their 16 yard line as the second quarter started. The Tigers began to click on offense and scored through the

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and got on the scoreboard with a 71 yard TD pass from A.J. Joyner to Tiyon Evans. The PAT was wide right leaving the score 21-6 with 4:37 remaining before the half. On Conway’s next possession J.D. Pendergrass intercepted a pass and returned it to the Tigers’ 15 yard line. On the first play Tiyon Evans ran it in and Mike Norris converted the extra point.

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Becoming REAL ID ready now more convenient for South Carolinians

The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (SCDMV) is pleased to announce a more convenient way for South Carolina residents to confirm if the documents needed to order and buy a REAL ID driver’s license online in the future are on file with the agency. With the agency’s newly designed mobile-first website, customers can log in and learn if they may be eligible for ordering a REAL ID license online when the

cards become available in 2018. “This eliminates the need to call, wait on hold, and confirm that all of the needed documents are on file for you to get a REAL ID,” said Executive Director Kevin Shwedo. “Customers can now access this information throughout all hours of the day, not just during normal business hours.” Visit www.scdmvonline. com, search “REAL ID”, and begin the transaction from

the REAL ID web page. You’ll enter your license number, social security number, and date of birth to see if the required documents are on file. “This online check makes the transition from a regular license to a REAL ID license for anyone who’s interested a bit easier,” said REAL ID Project Manager Melissa Cisson. All of the following must be true for you to be eligible to buy a REAL ID license

online next year: Required documents are on file with the SCDMV Driving privileges are in good standing Have a regular (Class D, E, F, M, or any combination of the four) license If the required documents are not on file and you’re interested in changing your current SC license to a REAL ID, you must bring the following documents to an SCDMV branch now: • Proof of identity (birth

certificate or valid US passport) • Proof of Social Security number • Two proofs of current, physical SC address • Proof of all legal name changes If you have an identification card, commercial driver’s license, or are an international customer, REAL ID licenses and IDs will not be available for online ordering. If you fall into one of these categories, gather the

above documents and keep them in a secure location until REAL IDs are available next year. You must visit an SCDMV branch with your documents to change your card. For more information, follow the SCDMV on Twitter and Facebook. You can learn more at www.scdmvonline. com or by emailing your questions to REALID@ scdmv.net.

Upgrade your tool collection for fall home projects

When the last cookout is history and it’s time to move indoors and on to fall home and shop projects, Woodcraft suggests that you consider adding some new tools to your collection for easier home improvements and repairs. Change the look of your decor with new hardware in every room, and try out some new jigs from Kreg — Drawer Slide, Concealed Hinge, and Cabinet Hardware Jigs, along with the Kreg Shelf Pin Jigs (1⁄4” and 5 mm). “Kreg Hardware Installation Solutions make it easy to add the perfect final touch to your projects by allowing you to confidently install knobs and pulls, concealed door hinges, drawer slides, and adjustable shelves,” Woodcraft senior product development manager Peter Collins said. “These durable, adjustable jigs position your hardware and guide your drill so you get

accurate, repeatable, professional-quality results every time. These jigs are an essential part of the Kreg ‘Kitchen Makeover Series’ that provides a helping-hand for those folks that aren’t building new but rather changing hardware and paint colors.” Installation of hardware, shelving, cabinets, doors and windows and many building projects require a driver, like the Bosch PS31-

2A 12V Max 3⁄8” Drill Driver that comes in a kit. Lightweight and compact, the lithium-ion Bosch driver delivers 265 inch-pounds of torque and is great for overhead and tight area work. For projects that require crosscutting, whether straight or at an angle for joining crown molding, framing doors and windows and more, the lightweight, portable DeWalt 10” Single Bevel Compound Miter Saw will do the job. It has a 15 amp, 5,000 RPM motor and tall sliding fences that support 41⁄2” of crown molding vertically nested. Sanding is a necessary part of many home and shop projects. For hand-sanding, the Preppin Weapon is an ergonomically-shaped ABS plastic sanding block that fits comfortably in your hand to reduce fatigue. Use wet or dry and load as many as four sheets of sandpaper at one time, removing each one as the abrasive wears

out. For power sanding, the Norton 5” Random Orbital Sander features a 2.0-amp motor that generates 12,500 orbits per minute and provides a 3⁄32” orbit that helps make quick work of most sanding projects. Ergonomic, rubber palm grip is comfortable and eliminates fatigue. An 8-hole, hook-and-loop pad face offers increased versatility in abrasive selection. For cutting, grinding, sanding, carving and polishing, the Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool with 24 accessories is a good choice. The upgraded tool features an EZ Twist™ nose cap with an integrated wrench that allows the nose cap to function as a wrench to tighten accessories. A more efficient fan design and side vents for a cooler running tool make it comfortable for extended use. Once a project reaches the finishing stage, the new HOMERIGHT Finish Max

Fine Finish HVLP Sprayer is a good choice for application. The Finish Max will handle any solventor water-based product — latex paint, milk paint, chalk paint, furniture paint, stains and finishes. It is easy to set up, use and clean. Features include precision volume control and an adjustable spray pattern. HOMERIGHT Small Spray Shelter and Large Spray Shelter will help contain overspray and drift when using the sprayer. Brighten your workspace with the lightweight, portable Keystone 1200 Lumen Work Light that can be set nearly anywhere the 6’ cord will reach. Light can pivot 360° around its axis. Products for working safely and in a clean environment are always important. FastCap Safety Glasses offer UV protection and have clear anti-fog lenses to allow maximum light transmission. Six-mil-thick Powder Free Nitrile Gloves in

three sizes provide inexpensive protection for your skin, keeping your hands free of stain and glue. Deluxe Neoprene Gloves in three sizes are designed for heavy-duty tasks such as stripping paint or finish. Lightweight, muff style SAS Hearing Protectors can be your first line of defense against hearing loss. They are rated of NRR 23. Keeping a clean work area is safe and healthy. The 6.6-gallon Karcher WD5/P Wet/Dry Shop Vacuum has a powerful, 1800-watt, variable-speed motor. The onboard power outlet allows the vacuum to come on and go off automatically when the tool is turned on or off. To learn more about these and other products, visit your local Woodcraft store, call (800) 535-4482 or visit www.woodcraft .com. FH178305

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Potential indicators of roof trouble With regard to home repairs, homeowners may be able to delay some projects until the weather permits or they find room in their budgets. But other areas, including the roof, may demand immediate action. Few homeowners give the roofs of their homes much thought until a problem arises. But learning to recognize potential indicators of roof trouble can help homeowners prevent potentially drastic situations down the road. • Light: Homeowners with attics in their homes can inspect the ceilings inside the attic for signs of holes or leaks. Light peering through the top of the house indicates a hole or leak, as does stains or streaks on the ceiling. • Worn shingles: Shingles should lie flat against the roof, so any that appear to

be buckling or turning up are damaged and in need of repair. A single damaged shingle does not require a full roof replacement, but inspect all the shingles nonetheless. Another indicator of shingle problems can be found when cleaning downspouts or gutters. If the gutters and downspouts contain lots of shingle granules, the roof may soon need to be replaced.

• Moss: Moss on a rooftop may give a home character, but that added character is costly. Shady areas of a roof can be susceptible to the growth of moss and fungi because moisture can be trapped in such areas. If possible, remove moss or fungi from a roof with a stiff brush or hire a professional to do the job instead. Moss may come back even after brushing it

off, so homeowners should keep an eye on areas of their roofs that get little sunlight. In addition, trapped moisture can be very harmful to a roof, so it may be wise to exercise caution and have roofs with mold or fungi growths inspected. • Age: Another indicator of roof trouble may be the age of the roof. Even if there are no visible signs of damage, homeowners whose roofs have some years under their belt may want to consider replacing them. Asphalt shingle roofs typically have life expectancies of 20 to 25 years, while roofs installed over existing layers of shingles may need to be replaced after 20 years. Recognizing minor roof damage before it escalates into a larger problem can save homeowners substantial amounts of money. FH178233

Did you know? Using reclaimed timber when building or renovating a home benefits the environment in various ways. According to GreenBusiness Watch.org, building and renovating with reclaimed timber helps to preserve forests by greatly reducing the need to cut down trees. In addition, when using reclaimed timber to build or renovate a home, contractors and homeowners tend to use locally sourced reclaimed wood, reducing the need to transport wood from afar to complete the projects. That reduced reliance on transportation reduces fuel consumption and air pollution. Processing reclaimed timber is often less taxing on the environment than processing virgin wood. However, reclaimed timber may provide more than just environ-

mental benefits. Virgin timber typically comes from commercially grown trees that are not always afforded enough time to reach full maturity. Timber that is reclaimed from old buildings and vessels may very well have reached full maturity before it was cut down to use as building material. Reclaimed timber that grew to full maturity is likely stronger than virgin wood taken from commercially grown trees that were not given enough time to mature. Reclaimed timber also may prove more durable than virgin wood because the former has already dried out after years of contracting and expanding, making it less likely to warp and split than virgin wood that has yet to endure such exposure. FH178270

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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 griefshare.org. ________________________

House of Prayer Pastor Appreciation rescheduled 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 17th. 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! ________________________

First Pentecostal Holiness Church youth night

First Pentecostal Holiness Church, 512 Swift Creek Road, will have a special youth night service September 17th at 6 p.m. with Minister Noah Tyner. For more information call Pastor Alvin Rogers at 843-332-6987. ________________________

St. John UMC Women’s Day program The United Methodist Women of St. John UMC will hold their Women’s Day Program on Sunday, September 17th at 4 p.m. celebrating the 150th anniversary of the church. The theme for the program is “We’ve

Come This Far By Faith”. Genova McFadden will be the speaker. The church is located at 214 West Seven Pines Street in the Oates Community. ________________________

Mt. Calvary Freewill Baptist homecoming Mt Calvary Freewill Baptist Church, 2510 Tabernacle Church Road, McBee will be having homecoming September 17th. Service will begin at 11 a.m. with special singing by Gerald Parker. Revival will follow September 18th-20th with Rev. Amerson as the speaker. Revival services will begin 7 p.m. nightly. Everyone is invited to attend and receive a blessing. ________________________

Jerusalem Baptist Church revival Jerusalem Baptist Church, 301 South Sixth street, invites you to revival starting Monday, September 18th with speaker Rev. Chris Frazier, Pastor of Word of Life Church, Tuesday September 19th with speaker Rev. Edward Squire, Pastor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church and Wednesday September 20th with speaker Rev. J.D. Blue, Pastor of Second Baptist Church. Everyone is welcome to attend. ________________________

Pine Ridge Holiness Church revival Pine Ridge Holiness Church, 3524 W. Bobo Newsom Hwy. will begin revival September 24th-29th with Dr. Arvin D’Silva as the guest speaker. Sunday evening service will begin at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday services will begin at 7 p.m. nightly. For more information call Pastor Randall Harrelson 843-861-4075.

Fourth Street Baptist singing Fourth Street Baptist Church located 501 South 4th Street, Hartsville will be having a singing featuring The Tyner’s on Sunday, September 24th at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. ________________________

Mt. Olive Word of Life Church revival Mount Olive Word Of Life Church 812 South 6th street invites you to attend revival September 25th-28th beginning at 7 p.m. nightly. Various speakers will deliver the Word Of God. Everyone is welcome to attend. ________________________

New Market United Methodist Church fall festival New Market United Methodist Church invites you to their fall festival on September 30th from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. ________________________

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. ________________________

International House of Prayer schedule International House of Prayer For all People invites everyone to their services. Pastor is Prophetess Wanda Gibson. Bible study and intercessory prayer will be Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Kingdom worship will be Sunday at 11 a.m. The church is located at 1517 Bobo Newsom Hwy. Come and experience the glory. 843-2872404. ________________________

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of each month. For more info please call 843-332-3391 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. ________________________

Hartsville Advent Christian Church schedule Hartsville Advent Christian Church located at 533 W. Carolina Ave. would like to invite you and your family to join them for Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. on Sunday mornings. ________________________

IGLESIA BAUTISTA ESPERANZA Iglesia Bautista Esperanza 307 Forest Hills Drive Hartsville SC ¿Est´a cansado

de iglesias donde hay siempre PLEITOS y no hay AMOR? Entonces, venga a adorar a Dios con nosotros en Espiritu y Verdad. Este Domingo a las 10 de la mañana. Una Iglesia Haciendo La Diferencia 3071314 o 307-0330 Pastor Isaac. ________________________

The Church in the Lord Jesus Christ schedule

Pastor Bishop J. C. Tisdale invites you to join them for services at The Church in the Lord Jesus Christ: Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., Friday at 7:30 p.m., Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome!

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Household of Faith Church #3, 720 Hudson Street, Hartsville, invites you to join them for any of their services as follows: Sundays at 7 p.m., Bible study on Tuesdays at 7 p.m., Sabbath services on Fridays at 8 p.m., and Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. ________________________

Our Shepherd Lutheran Church schedule Our Shepherd Lutheran Church (ELCA) 1410 West Bobo Newsome Hwy. invites everyone to our worship service on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Child, youth, and adult Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Bible study is held every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Holy communion is held every first and third Sundays

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All persons having claims against the following estates MUST file their claims on FORM #371ES with the Probate Court of Darlington County, the address of which is 1 Public Square Darlington, South Carolina,29532, within eight (8) months after the date of the first publication of the Notice to Creditors or within one (1) year from date of death, whichever is earlier (SCPC 62-3-801. et seq.), or such persons shall be forever barred as to their claims. All claims are required to be presented in written statements on the prescribed form (FORM #371ES) indicating the name and address of the claimant, the basis of the claim, the amount claimed, the date when the claim will become due, the nature of any uncertainty as to the claim, and a description of

any security as to the claim. Estate: ALEASE PETERSON HUNTER Date of Death: 01/19/2017 Case Number:2017-ES-1600208 Personal Representative: CYNTHIA LUCINDA HUNTER Address: 3000 Prestwick Circle, Columbia, SC 29223 (8/30,9/6,9/13) SUMMONS (Non-Jury) IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS C.A.Number 2016-CP-16-0107 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINACOUNTY OF DARLINGTON SPC Credit Union,Plaintiff, vs.Alonza Tiyon Tolbert, a/k/a Alonza Tolbert,Defendant. TO THE ABOVE-NAMED

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Hartsville News Journal’s

Business Directory Stump Grinding Line Trenching & Bush Hogging

10% off all military & public safety. *Mention ad to receive discount.

FREE ESTIMATES! CALL: C.J. TYNER 843-858-1064

Aluminum Can Recycling

ED PACKETT INSURANCE, LLC

♦ Quality Service Since 1994 Medicare Supplements

Now Accepting for Recycling

Plan F Age 65 Female....$124.33 Age 70 Female....$139.75 Plan N Age 65 Female......$85.25 Age 70 Female ......$95.92

City Mobile Home Park 910 Lynnhaven, Hartsville Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-4pm

843-610-6831 • 843-858-1037 or 843-858-1064

CELL - 843.319.6162 OFFICE - 843.332.9680

Flowers Furniture

1929 Harry Byrd Hwy. between Hartsville & Darlington Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 393-0495

Best Buy Anywhere! Queen Mattress & Box Set Quality Made $250 per set All other furniture & bedding Wholesale Prices!

MIDWAY STORAGE

RANDALL HARRELSON - INSURANCE -

LOCATED IN PINE RIDGE COMMUNITY (Midway between Hartsville & McBee) on Highway 151 across from Kelley Tax Service

Bedliners 159.95 plus tax (Installed) Tool Boxes starting at $269.95 plus tax Running Boards starting at $249.95 Black plus tax Running Boards starting at $299.95 Chrome plus tax $

2160 Harry Bryd Hwy-Darlington • 1-800-845-6052 • 843-393-6127

Pine Ridge Storage 332-6139 or 858-1037 2416 Grace Valley Road Hartsville

Storage Building Rentals, sizes ranging from 5x6 to 12x30 starting at $20 a mo. Storage units are in a well-lit, fenced in area with monitored entrance and exit

Give the Garage Back to Your Car

843-332-6084

Insurance Claims, call us first! We’ll do the rest.

TOMMY’S GOLF CARTS

WELL DOCTOR 2” 4” 6” and Curb Wells Pitcher and Handpumps Waterline and Plumbing

In a well lit area & in a neighborhood crime watch community

DARLINGTON COUNTY MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT HEADQUARTERS

CALL RENA HUBBARD 843-615-3530

AUTO GLASS, LLC. 858.1676

10x10 ....................$55.00 10x20 ..................$100.00 12x30 ..................$110.00 Boat & RV Storage ...$35.00

WARP

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Sales, Service & Accessories

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423 S. 5th Street • Hartsville

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The Well Doctor Will Make Your Well - Well Again 5th & 6th Generations

Life Health Medicare Supplement

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For advertising information call 843-332-0858


Say you saw it in The Journal

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The football contest winner for week 1 was Jason Moore Daily Lunch Specials

Sat., Sept. 16th - Clemson vs. Louisville 3:30 PM Sat., Sept. 16th - SC vs. Kentucky 7:30 PM Go Red Foxes!

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Similar to a missed block in football, vertebral subluxation can have a major impact on the entire play, changing the outcome of the entire game — our lives.

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PRIZES: One $50.00 winner each week for 13 weeks. RULES: Simply choose the 20 teams you think will win their game. Mark the box next to the team you choose, one choice per line. Then, find the tie breaker which is located somewhere in one of the ads on this page, write the two teams on the line provided and fill in what you think will be the final score. The tie breaker will be used when more than one reader chooses the same number of winners. The reader who guesses the total points scored in the tie breaker game wins the contest. If two or more people tie on the points scored the money will be divided. Your entry must be received by 2:00 p.m. Friday to be eligible. Entries may be mailed or dropped off at Hartsville News Journal, 416 W. Carolina Ave., Hartsville. Only one entry per person, per week and you must be 18 years old to play. No copies accepted. Hartsville News Journal has the right to amend the rules at any time.

Northside Auto Parts Now Offering Front End Alignment Service! Free Alignment check with purchase of 4 tires

1219 N 5th Street (843) 332-0131 www.northsideautoandtires.com

Mr. Anderson’s Red Fox Specials Of The Week!

North Texas vs. Iowa

20 Oz. Piggly Wiggly Sandwich Bread .........88¢ Limit 2 with $20 order

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843-332-4416

GO RED FOXES

Supporters of HHS Since 1934 • New Merchandise Arriving Weekly • Discounts Throughout The Store • Dependable Quality and Service for 83 years

Chair Blowout

HARTSVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY 133 E. College Avenue • Downtown Hartsville 843-332-9041

Monday - Friday 10-5:30 Saturday 10-1 1102 North 5th Street Hartsville www.grantscarpet.com

843.332.3838

Serving Hartsville for over 40 years

Hours Mon- Fri 8-5 Showroom open after hours upon request

Carpet, Hardwood, Laminate, Vinyl and Ceramic We have Floorte’ Waterproof Flooring 12 Months Same As Cash *With approved credit. Must bring in this coupon

High quality installation available for residential and commercial jobs.

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Red or White Seedless Grapes .........$1.88 Lb. Whole Boneless Pork Loins ..............$1.89 Lb.

We Love Our Customers And Support Our Community!

842 S. Fifth Street • Hartsville • 332-8241 Everett Anderson, Hartsville Manager

Copeland-Little Law Tonya Copeland-Little Lawyer 524 W. Carolina Ave. Phone (843) 332-3202 Hartsville, SC 29550 Fax (843) 332-3295 copelandlittlelaw@gmail.com

Low Down Payment Great Service • Auto • Homeowners • Mobile Home • Motorcycle • Boats • Non-Owner

RUSTIC TAN

Brent W. Blackwell

BLACKWELL I577NSURANCE AGENCY West Carolina Ave. • Hartsville, SC 843-332-8885

HUNTER CHARCOAL GRAY LT. STONE

OCEAN BURGUNDY CRIMSON GALLERY TAUPE

Many colors to choose. Let us install today!

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