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Presbyterian College hosts 44th Special Olympics - Lectures & PianoMania   Nearly 300 athletes from the Upstate participated in Special Olympics on the Presbyterian College campus on March 23.  PC has hosted the event since 1974.  “Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for...
  SAVE THE DATES: RACING TO GIVE LAURENS COUNTY CHILDREN A PLACE TO LAY THEIR HEAD - INTEREST MEETING   While homelessness is often associated with adults, many children are impacted by this issue as well. Statistics show that, on average, 40% of a community’s population are families with children...
  Local Hospital’s Maternity Care receives Blue Distinction for quality, affordability   The Blue Cross Blue Shield Association has developed a national designation to help prospective parents find hospitals that deliver quality and affordable maternity care. Among all the hospitals in the United...
  APRIL 20: Gala Night at The Museum   Join us Friday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lauren County Museum Witherspoon Building for our annual Spring Gala.    The guest speaker will be preservationist Ernest Shealy from Newberry. He has a Master's Degree in  Architectural History and a Certificate...
  APRIL 12: Reformation Lectures Scheduled at PC   In recognition and celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Presbyterian College invites the college community and public to a pair of lectures commemorating the ongoing significance of this historical event.  Dr. Peter...
  SUNDAY: Two Wheels, Three Wheels, Four Wheels…Ride!   SCDDSN Whitten Center, the Whitten Center Parents’ Club, and the Woodlawn Ramblers’ Riding Club are all working together and gearing up for the annual Bub Lollis Motorcycle Memorial Spring Ride scheduled for Sunday, April 8. Riders will meet...
TODAY: Piedmont Tech to Unveil New Lab and Training Space at Ribbon-Cutting   Piedmont Technical College’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CAM) in Laurens County cordially invites members of the community and the media to tour new labs and an additional 4,800 square feet of flexible training...
TODAY: Fountain Inn Museum to present program on tartans and kilts   FOUNTAIN INN – As part of their “Hooked on History” speaker series, the Fountain Inn Museum will host a program on tartans and kilts on Thursday, April 5, at 7 p.m. Caroline Smith Sherman and Mille Huff Coleman, known...
ALCOHOL APPROVED, photos - what the Sip N Stroll looks like in Laurens: There was another packed house Monday night for the April Clinton City Council meeting. It was warm in the council chambers – the new air conditioners approved last month haven’t been installed yet – and most of the discussion...

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