SCHOOL: Hammond Hill Elementary
FAVORITE CLASS: Science
FAVORITE LUNCH: Hot dogs
FAVORITE P.E. ACTIVITY: Parachute
HOBBIES: Playing games
A ROLE MODEL OF MINE IS: my mom.
WHEN I GROW UP, I WANT TO: be a game designer.
• The following North Augusta residents made the honor roll at the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities for the fall 2012 semester: Krissy Dyches and Courtney Johnson.
We buy gold" We all have heard the songs on TV and radio, and seen the waving signs along the roadside.
I was surprised to know so many of my friends and family members had actually taken part in the presumed ''downtrodden'' experience.
North Augusta citizens, I am writing to show my support for Fletcher Dickert for city council.
I recognized Fletcher's leadership personality several years ago, and encouraged him to participate in the Leadership North Augusta program, Class of 2011.
Recently I had lunch at The River Golf Club with Fletcher Dickert, candidate for North Augusta City Council. I offer my impressions of Fletcher hoping that savvy readers of this paper will support Mr. Dickert's election effort as I intend to do.
While he couldn't remember the name of the poem, Hampton Williams took one phrase from it to heart.
"A lot of the experiences I've had have taught me to 'put myself in the arena'," said Williams, who took home the title of Mr.
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