RECing Crew in hunt for top award
North Augusta’s RECing Crew is a finalist for one of Walton Options for Independent Living’s Most Valuable Partner (MVP) Community Awards, recognizing those that have worked to create a more inclusive community for people with disabilities.
The owner of the former Edmund's Bar-b-cue restaurant property was called to court Oct. 11 and given one more deadline for cleaning up the site, which has been an eyesore and a Code Enforcement headache since 2015.
I see you God, In the eyes of a baby
In the twinkle of their eyes
In the tears of the older
As I sit and watch them cry
And I see you God
When Angels are rejoicing
When a soul has been called home
And a loving mate must face the fact
That they are all alone
And I see you God
As you bend to...
Aiken Technical College has announced its Dean's List for the summer 2016 semester. To receive the honor, students must be enrolled in at least nine semester hours in a degree, diploma or certificate program and have at least a 3.5 grade-point average.
Susan Burgess became involved with Storyland Theatre more than 20 years ago when her own children were small. Now, the organization's resident composer is watching a second generation enjoy the theater magic Storyland creates.
Christmas parade entry forms are now available at the North Augusta Chamber of Commerce, 406 West Ave., and on the chamber's website calendar at www.northaugustachamber.org.
The North Augusta Lions Club Christmas Parade will be held at 2 p.m.
The Evans High School baseball team is holding a golf tournament, Saturday, Oct. 22, at Jones Creek Golf Club. Cost is $75 per person.
Lunch begins at 11 a.m., with a shotgun start at noon.
For more information, contact Ricky Beale at rbeale@ccboe.
As the middle school football season came to a close, Harlem Middle School notched its first win of the season Tuesday night. Playing its final game at its current location, Harlem defeated Grovetown, 22-18.