Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Sumpter Health Clinic fundraiser Friday
Volunteers with the Sumpter Health Clinic will host a fundraiser lunch to benefit those in need of free health care services on Friday, March 30 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the St. Stephen History Room, located on the corner of Carolina and Bay Streets.
The free clinic is being housed in a former church located just outside St. Stephen on Highway 35. The clinic is open Tuesday nights and Thursday mornings.
The cost of the fundraiser lunch is $7. It will consist of chicken and rice, green beans, corn, roll and dessert. Lunch can be dine-in or carryout.
If more information is needed or if you would like to place an order for lunch in advance, call 907-4023.
St. Stephen 2012 Catfish Festival
The St. Stephen Catfish Festival will begin on Friday, March 30 and last through Sunday, April 1. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy crafts, clown, games, rides, cake walk, music and more.
Lambert’s Catfish and other food vendors will be on hand.
Omar Shriners First Catfish Tournament
The first annual Omar Shriners HillBilly Catfish Tournament will take place on Saturday, March 31 from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fisherman will meet at the Canal Lake's Fish Camp, 139 Canal Landing Road. Entry fee is $100 per team and there will be awards and prizes following the weigh-in.
The registration desk will be open at 5:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome to participate.
Proceeds will benefit the Shriner’s Hospital for Cripple Children. If more information is needed, contact Paul (Boogie) Freeman at 834-8394.
The Macedonia High School Class of 1992 will celebrate 20 years soon. There will be a dinner to meet and plan a reunion on March 31 at 6 p.m. The location will be at Gilligan’s at the Dock, 582 Dock Road in Moncks Corner.
If more information is needed, or if you would like to RSVP, contact LeChele Nole at email@example.com.
Neighborhood Watch Meeting
The Shasta Meadows Neighborhood Watch monthly meeting will be on Monday, April 2, at 6:30 p.m. in the American Legion Hut, 180 Ravenell Drive in St. Stephen.
All members and guests are invited.
The guest speaker will be Tom Smith, Director of Berkeley County Emergency Preparedness. He will be discussing information and guidelines to help with the upcoming hurricane season.
Happy Birthday to Amanda Caddell, Lindsay Carter, Gloria Casey, Ashley Conner, Brianna Gallik, Sonny Jernigan, Ken Luff, Todd McMakin, Riley Minus, Clyde Moody, Brenda Morgan, Karen Morris, Austin Rentzel, John Russell, Sandy Winn and Mary Page Wofford.
Cards of Cheer
Don’t forget to mail a card or visit our elderly staying at the Lake Moultrie Nursing Facility. The address is Lake Moultrie Nursing Facility, PO Box 1108, St. Stephen, SC 29479.
Prayers and Get Well
Take time out of your busy day to pray for and to offer best wishes to David Ayers and family, Meta Borop, Ruth Brassell, the family of Annette Wadford Carr, Halayne Day, Kenny Harris, Ernestine Huxford-Conrad, Frank Conrad, Ruth Dixon, Claudia Guerry, Dorothy Harris, Louise Harris, Ann Hess, Lois Hood, Gail Humbert, Eloise Judy, Joyce Lewis, Marti Love, Earline Brown-May, Guy McGriff and family, Louise McMakin, Janice Mitchum, Betty Rich Morris, Glenn Rhode, Louise Rich, Jesse Schurlknight, Trey Smith, Georgia Thames, Katie Thames, Ginny Tucker, Gabriel Wadford, Aileen Welch, Mae Welch, Lavern Williams Sr. and Oscar Williams.
Pray for our troops around the world, for them to be protected as they protect us. Keep in prayer Gov. Haley and her family, all Veterans, SC Masons, SC Order of the Eastern Star, Rainbow families, and our school system in Berkeley County.
Heartfelt sympathy and prayers go out to the families and friends of Styles “Bozie” Bilton, Annette Wadford Carr, Bernadette “Bunny” Coleman, Greg Googe, Viola King and C.S. McMakin Sr.
Have a blessed week! If you have news to share, contact Betty Delk at firstname.lastname@example.org before noon on Wednesdays, the week before all scheduled events. Mail news items to: 195 Crest Lane, St. Stephen, SC 29479; or call 567-4370.
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