When our body is mangled we will need Someone to do for us the deed, Of putting upon our wounds a balm, To heal the hurts, our hearts to calm. It's easier to heal the skin, Where rifting is, this soon will mend.
Family Y camp begins registration Registration is open for the Family Y of North Augusta's annual summer camp. The camp will be held June 4 through Aug. 10 at Mossy Creek Elementary School, 421 W. Five Notch Road.
City officials and department heads met Friday and Monday for North Augusta Forward, which takes a look at projects completed and what's to come in the future. The following is a breakdown of items discussed by each department.
Residents of North Augusta and Midland Valley toughed a night on the North Augusta High School football field in support of cancer on Friday night. The event started with a survivor's walk at 7 p.m., featuring men and women who have battled cancer.
Caroline Yano entered high school with a goal in mind: keep making good grades. "Education is a big part of your future," said the Fox Creek High School freshman of the importance of doing well in school. "It's the basis for other things in your life.
Jan Kozel's love for drawing and painting started when she was in third grade. She drew a manger scene on the blackboard that became the Christmas card for the school, and the drawing remained on the blackboard for the entire year.
THURSDAY: Tasting at Wine World, 133 Georgia Ave.; $5, with $3 rebate if featured wine is purchased; (803) 279-9522 THURSDAY: 6 p.m.; meeting of the Belvedere Fire District commissioners; Belvedere Fire Department, 204 Hampton Ave.
For May 16-22 16 - Britton Kate Jiunnies 19 - Jackie Wren 22 - Alexa Herring If you or someone you know would like to include a birthday in North Augusta Today, call Crystal Garcia at (706) 823-3409 or e-mail crystal.garcia@northaugustatoday.