Letters To Santa

Posted by | December 20, 2018 12:08 pm

Laurence Manning Academy

Third Grade Courtney Johnson

Dear Santa,

I hope it snows. It is not just about the presents, it is about Jesus’s birthday. What kind of cookies do you like with some milke. I want a pony for Christmas and the color I want it white with black dots. The name will be Snowflakes. I want it trained so I can ride it. Is the snow 32°F? I have been very good this year. 

Sincerely,

Love Ameli Barnes

Dear Santa,

I hope things are going good at the North Pole. I hope Sandy will come back soon. I … Read the rest


Letters To Santa

Posted by | December 20, 2018 12:08 pm

Laurence Manning Academy

Second Grade Meg Martin

Dear Santa,

I hope you are doing well. I would really like a trip to Hawaii. I would like a bike. I would like a phone.

Sincerely,

Hunter Barnes

Dear Santa,

How is the North Pole? I really like he res suit you have. I’ve been really good this year. This year I would like a Barbie Made to Move doll, A Happyplaces Rainbow Beach house, some furniture for the Beachhouse, A Stacie Waffle Kitchen, a Skipper Baby sitter, inc., a L.O.L Biggiepet, A dancing baby Groot, And last of all, the L.O.L … Read the rest


Letters To Santa

Posted by | December 20, 2018 12:07 pm

Laurence Manning Academy

Second Grade

Mrs. Floyd

Dear Santa,

How are you doing? If you are wondering how I’m doing, I’m doing good. Tomorrow I’m going to be good. In fact, I’m going to be good everyday. I’m trying real hard to be good. I would like a dirt bike, a dirt bike kit, a spy drone. I’m looking forward to christmas.

Sincerely,

R.J. Robinsonson

Dear Santa,

How are you doing? Are you finally ready for christmas? I hope you are excited! Ho Ho ho Merry Christmas! Iam trying real hard to be good. For Christmas, I want a shotgun … Read the rest


Letters To Santa

Posted by | December 20, 2018 12:06 pm

Laurence Manning Academy

1st Grade Mrs. Brunson

Dear Santa,

I hope all is well at the Northpole. Thank you for sending us sparky the Elf. For Christmas this year I want a hoverboard, Baby Alive, make up and JoJo stuff. I’ve been a very good girl this year.

Sincerely 

Ava

Dear Santa,

I am trying to be good. I hope I can get a gift. Can you go to the kids houses that do not have a lot. Be careful.

Sincerely 

Brayden Holmes

Dear Santa,

First I love you this is for you’re you’re the best elfs in the … Read the rest


Letters To Santa

Posted by | December 20, 2018 12:05 pm

Laurence Manning Academy

3rd Grade

Mrs. Glass

Dear Santa,

What I want for Christmas is a baby doll. I want clothes for the baby doll. I want a case for my phon. Maybe my cusin will come to my house. We are also having dinner.

Sincerely,

Alyssa Ardis

Dear Santa,

I like your reindeer a lot because they can fly. I like my elf on the shelf because he goes in different places and then I can wake up and find him. I want a Mine craft bow and arrow. I want a sling shot and a romote control … Read the rest




Clarendon Hall’s Breakfast with Santa supports A Second Chance Animal Shelter

Posted by | December 20, 2018 7:00 am

A Second Chance Animal Shelter Office Manager Sherry Arment and Director Jackson Padgett are pictured with some Clarendon Hall Students and NHS members who donated pet food as part of the school’s Breakfast with Santa.

Clarendon Hall released the following.

On Friday, December 7, Clarendon Hall’s National Honor Society hosted a Breakfast with Santa to give the school’s youngest students the opportunity to visit with Jolly Ole Saint Nick and give back to the community at the same time. Children attending the event were asked to bring a bag of dog or cat food to benefit Clarendon County’s A Second Chance Animal Shelter. “The students were excited to see Santa and to have the opportunity to support the pets at the local animal shelter,” said Cyndi McIntosh, Guidance Counselor and National Honor Society Advisor.

The … Read the rest


Posted by | December 19, 2018 2:12 pm

Elaine’s Nails will be open 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. on Thursday, December 20, through Saturday, December 22, by appointment only. Sunday, December 23, they will be open from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. for walk-ins. Monday, December 24, they will be open from 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. for appointments only.



Clarendon Hall’s NHS donates items to Agape Hospice

Posted by | December 19, 2018 7:00 am

Clarendon Hall’s National Honor Society donated items to Agape Hospice for Senior Citizens in Clarendon County.

On Tuesday, December 4, Clarendon Hall’s National Honor Society donated gifts to Agape Hospice for seniors in Clarendon County. Throughout the month of November, the National Honor Society solicited donations from the community and collected items such as personal hygiene products, socks, slippers, puzzles, calendars, devotion books, and notebooks. Today, the students presented Ms. Keleigh Johnson of Agape Hospice with Christmas presents, which will benefit many senior citizens throughout Clarendon County.

Mrs. Cyndi McIntosh, Guidance Counselor and National Honor Society Advisor, praised the students for their efforts stating, “Our Saints are very thoughtful young ladies and gentlemen who are mindful … Read the rest



Posted by | December 18, 2018 5:20 pm

John Summers receives a recognition certificate for his work with the City's outdoor holiday lights from Mayor Julia Nelson.

Posted by | December 18, 2018 5:18 pm

First Baptist Church Representative Shelley Richburg receives trophy for First Baptist for Best Float in the Parade of Lights from Mayor Julia Nelson.

Posted by | December 18, 2018 5:12 pm

BCA Representative Kathy Armstrong receives trophy for BCA for Most Creative entry in the Parade of Lights from Mayor Julia Nelson.


At home on the lake

Posted by | December 18, 2018 2:00 pm

My husband and I moved to Clarendon County in 2017, buying an older home on the lake which had previously been someone’s weekend house. It came fully furnished, and we gave away the furnishings to make way for our own things.

We knew no one here, as we had been living in North Carolina for several years prior to the move. When my younger son graduated from high school, he lived at home during his first year of college and was finally moving out. At last we could purchase a home for ourselves which didn’t center around school districts or … Read the rest



FINAL: Scott’s Branch boys

Posted by | December 18, 2018 7:00 am

The Scott’s Branch boys took on top-ranked Denmark-Olar Monday evening at The Eagles Nest. The Eagles came out on top in a hard-fought game, with a final score of 63-59. Leading the Eagles in scoring was Deashon Dingle with 15 points, four assists and two steals. Antayuvis Stukes added 13 points. Sean Swearinger and Joakeem Stevens added nine points each. There were a host of Eagles who played a major role in Monday night’s victory. The Eagles move on to 2-7 on the season. They will take on Lake Marion Wednesday at the Eagles Nest, with a tip-off time of … Read the rest


Scott’s Branch students are chosen as round one finalist in national Samsung competition

Posted by | December 17, 2018 6:00 pm

Dr. Reynand Dumala-on stands with Keylondria Parker (L) and Tayonna Brailsford (R), two of the students on the Scott's Branch team which placed as a top-five state finalist in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest.

Scott’s Branch Middle High School Instructor Dr. Reynand Dumala-on and his students entered in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow STEM education contest. At the end of November, they were notified their project was selected as one of five finalists to represent South Carolina.

The nationwide competition for students in grades 6-12 encourages the use of STEM skills: science, technology, engineering and math. Using these skills, the students are to “find creative solutions to real-world issues impacting their local communities.”

After receiving an email regarding the contest, Dumala-on encouraged his biology and physical science students to brainstorm ways to help the … Read the rest


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