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It's time for high school football, and the annual Super 7/PAGES 13-20
Gospel Water Branch Baptist Church celebrates its pastor's 30th anniversary.
Lee Anderson counted his way to victory in the District 12 Republican Congressional primary runoff, one vote at a time. In a room liberally festooned with balloons and his now-ubiquitous yellow tractors, Anderson played the numbers game.
Do big things. That was the message and expectation Hardy S. Bennings III shared with area children Aug. 14 during the last meeting of Cross Connection for the summer. Cross Connection is a weekly Bible study program held at Summerfield Park.
• Aiken County Public Schools will distribute a digital newsletter throughout the school year featuring information about school events and accomplishments. To receive the newsletter, go to www.aiken.k12.sc.us and click on the newsletter link.
You’ll notice a smile on the old church’s face
As you enter through its doors
It’s homecoming and her children
Have come back home once more
And that really makes her happy
As she greets them one and all
And a tear of joy rolls down her face
For they have heard God’s call
Fastpitch softball tryouts
The Belvedere Girls Fastpitch Softball League will have fall softball for ages 18 and younger. Tryouts are being held as follows: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday and 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Fox Creek High School principal Dr. Timothy Murph returned Aug. 11 from a trip to Brazil as a participant in the Educational Seminar: 2011-2012 Brazil Administrator Exchange Program. The experience had a profound effect on him, Murph said.