Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Shulerville resident loses all in fire
Harry Nole of Shulerville has lost everything in a house fire at his home on Nole Drive last week.
Fire departments from Shulerville, Jamestown and Macedonia responded.
According to Harry's sister, Jean Callum, they are just thankful that Harry escaped unhurt. The family would like to express their appreciation to the fire departments for all the work they did to try to save the house.
The family has set up a fund at Wells Fargo Bank so that anyone who wishes to do so may contribute to Mr. Nole.
Twenty-one of Timberland's Future Business Leaders of America competed at the District IV Conference at Stratford High School on Feb. 2.
They competed against students from Berkeley, Dorchester, Colleton, Charleston, Jasper, Beaufort, Horry, and Allendale counties.
Congratulations to the students, their families and their teachers. A special thanks goes to the FBLA advisors Gwen Robinson, Kristin Snider and Israel Kinlaw. These students will compete at the State Conference in April.
Congratulations to the following students in their respective categories:
Jasmine Campbell, Business Communications, First Place; Ashley Coleman, Business Communications, Second Place; Shalayla Middleton, Business Communications, Fourth Place; Alaysha Rogers, Business Math, First Place; Erykah Reid, Business Math, Second Place; Ashanti Bennett, Cyber Security, First Place; Shakyra Snyder, Cyber Security, Fourth Place; Devante Theirse and Timothy Rose, Digital Video Production, Second Place; Nakeita Sumpter, FBLA Principles and Procedures, Second Place; Tevin President, FBLA Principles and Procedures, Third Place; Fatima Bennett, FBLA Principles and Procedures, Fifth Place; Laki Wells, Intro to Business, Second Place; Eian Jager, Intro to Technology Concepts, Second Place; Malik Brown, Intro to Technology Concepts, Third Place; Diandra Prioleau, Spreadsheets Applications, First Place; Karissa Wadford, Technology Concepts, Fourth Place; Asia Canty, Word Processing I, First Place; Kevin McCray, Word Processing I, Third Place; Amy Benton, Word Processing II, First Place; and Shy-Da Bradley, Word Processing II, Second Place.
Happy February Birthday
Michael E. Rodin, Shanell Smalls, Ashleigh Howard, Sierra Carroll, Willie Levine Jr., Juan Levine, Calvin Beaufort, Vivian Beaufort, Alton Hawkins, Jr., Amber Danyelle Belcher, Zion G. Prioleau, Susan Chance, Calvin Witherspoon Sr., Ken Wilson, Rivers Reames, Pat Van Doren, Robin Guerry, John Thompson, Jr., Linda Hill, Megan Guerry, Tim Bone, Ferndenia Fayall, Dianetta Fayall, Barbara L. Fayall, Allison Lawrence, Levolia McNeil, Lavar Wilson, PJ Perkins, Victoria Giles, Michael McHoney, Asia Singleton, Kim Shaw-Johnson, Vicki Coker Powers, Latesha White, Chapelle Capers, Tiffany Morris, Cheryl Rogers, Justin Scott, Dustin Scott, Johnell Peoples, Sherry Addison Hannah, Teia Wright, Renette Capers, Renee Reid, Rica Johnson, Carter Hawkins, Annette Taylor, Ella Middleton and Antonio Paige Sr.
Sy Casselman, Kenny Wells, Kerry Daugherty, Lorrine Gaskins, Anna Swinton, Verna Gamble, George McCrackin, Sandy Wilson, Jr., Irvin Grissitte, Evelyn Scott-Smalls, Lance Britt, Debra Gaskins, Ray Snider, Josh Snider, Wilton Green, Ernest Foster (Margaret Maybank's brother), Ila Shuler, Irvin Ackerman, Debbie Beauford, Christine Reames, Phillip and Debbie Rowland, Leon Bradshaw, Ausy McConnell, Lorenzo McConnell, Bernice Taylor, Flora Beauford, Cleecy Lewis, Diane Mazyck, Walter Taylor, Marvin Brunson and Shirley Smith.
Please remember our sick community members and our law enforcement, our military, and their families.
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