Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Farmers Market open on Tuesdays and Saturdays
The Farmers Market in Cross is now open on Tuesdays and Saturdays at the Cross Community Center on Old Highway 6 at Spiers Landing Road.
Dot DeHay left South Carolina for Oklahoma on April 6 to spend three weeks visiting with her son Richard, daughter-in-law Pattie, and Pattie's Mom, Margaret Kepler.
She also visited with her grandson Brian and his wife Kellie, who have three sons, Griffin, Collin and Grayson. Dot also visited with granddaughter Erin Childress and her husband Zeke who have a son Gabe (9) and twins, Joe and Jaden (5).
Dot went to see each one play baseball, and she was on the go constantly.
The DeHay Family Reunion was held on May 4 at the Sandridge Community Center. Rembert and Betty Singletary and Ruby Weatherford hosted the event.
Richard Starks was the emcee and did a wonderful job.
Eliza Couturier and Joe Cross were part of a group that recently traveled from Holly Hill with the First National Bank for a delightful tour of Cheraw.
Richard DeHay celebrated his 67th birthday on May 4. Will Hutto celebrated his 66th on May 13.
On May 17 the old Popular Hill School, now a community center, was the site of a fundraiser for the community. For $7, dinners of fish, chicken, or turkey were available for take-outs.
The Moncks Corner Camp 1212 held its Confederate Memorial Day Ceremony on May 11 in front of its monument at the Berkeley County Museum located at Canal Park.
On May 11, the CSS David Chapter, UDC held its Confederate Day Memorial Service at the St. Stephen Episcopal Church. This service is always a beautiful and touching service.
Rusty DeHay, who is currently working in North Dakota, recently came to visit his mother Lynn. He came with his children from Columbia for the visit, which was a nice Mother's Day gift.
Frances Huntley, a former resident of Cross who still has many family and friends in the community, recently spent time visiting with Dot DeHay.
While in Cross, Frances attended the Friendship Circle Meeting on the second Tuesday of May.
Best wishes to Joe and Mary Cross who recently celebrated their 40th anniversary.
Landon Crisp, the son of Pamela Crisp who will be six in August, has been hospitalized in Columbia.
Dot DeHay hosted 15 on Mother's Day Sunday. Some who attended were Glenn Frank and his sister along with Amy Worth, Lillian and Arthur Frank, Allison Bunch, Shirley and Wayne, Jimmy and Karen, John, Kelly, Chelsey, Garrett and of course Dot.
Joshua Stadnick was guest of honor at a party thrown by his parents at their home to celebrate his high school achievements.
Ellen Katharine Hill will graduate from Berkeley High School on May 31. A celebration will be held at her home for close family and friends.
Thanks to all who have called, sent notes or other best wishes following my recent hospitalization and recuperation.
Many thanks to all who sent or gave us news for Cross Currents. Your assistance is wonderful and makes this column easier to arrange. Please continue to let us hear from you.
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