We are so blessed to live in an area with such a strong, faith-based community. Churches of all denominations, “flavors,” and positions hold interesting and entertaining programs and events all the time.
I am one of those crazy people that sleep with the TV on. I know, I know, it’s really not the best alternative but I have been doing it for more than 25 years, so I simply cannot sleep in total silence and darkness.
If you live in the South, you know that one of our favorite forms of entertainment is festivals. We honor founders, food, fish and community. If you love a festival – and who doesn’t – but are looking for something a little less crowded but still 100 percent fun, you need to check out the Town of Turbeville’s Puddin Swamp Festival.
Clarendon Hall JV boys dropped to 0-5 on the season with a loss to Williamsburg Academy in Summerton by a score of 29-34. The Saints were led by Kameron Earles with 13 points and 13 rebounds. Dylan Way added nine points and 16 rebounds.
Clarendon Hall advanced to the semi-final round of the SCISA 1-A state playoffs with a thrilling win over Cathedral Academy, 36-30, Friday night. The Generals took control early, scoring on four of their five first half possessions behind the running and passing of QB Christian Rogers. Rogers, for the season, came in averaging over 200 yards per game passing and almost 200 rushing.
One of the most eagerly awaited seasons has opened statewide and no, it’s not deer season. While deer may be number one, there are staggered season openings across the state for deer ranging from August to October.