CHARLESTON—The Knights of Columbus Council 12472 raised funds for the Lowcountry Pregnancy Center to purchase an ultrasound unit. Grand Knight Robert Wilcox presented the check on Nov. 23 to Joy Yarborough, CEO of the pregnancy […]
COLUMBIA—Three student athletes from Cardinal Newman recently signed letters of intent to play a college sport. They are: Myles Hedgecock, baseball at the University of South Carolina – Lancaster; Caitlyn Murphy, soccer for Presbyterian College; […]
LAKE WYLIE—The Knights of Columbus Council 14475 collected food donations from the parishioners of All Saints Church during Masses on Nov. 23-24. With the help of Boy Scout Troop 365, the Knights collected, sorted, and […]
MYRTLE BEACH—Students at St. Andrew received first, second and third place awards from the Lion’s Club for their entries in the annual “Peace Poster” contest. The winning artwork (center) will advance to the state competition.
MYRTLE BEACH—The Mock Trial Team from St. Andrew School earned second place in the region and will head to the state competition in Columbia on Dec. 6-7. Also, individual awards were presented to Erin Maguire, […]
CHARLESTON—Emory Wood, a student at Charleston Catholic, recently won the Judge’s Award for Youth Art at the Coastal Carolina Fair. He is pictured with Katherine Pocock, school art teacher, holding his artwork.
GREENVILLE—St. Anthony of Padua School was named a 2019 recipient of “Dabo’s All In Team Foundation Grant”, from Clemson University head football coach, Dabo Swinney. The program supports projects that “raise awareness of critical education […]
TAYLORS—Prince of Peace Church held a Red, White and Blue Mass to honor all of those who work as police, firefighters, first responders, and those in health and legal professions on Sept. 29. All those […]
COLUMBIA—Ben Jett, a teacher at Cardinal Newman School, gained valuable insight into the human spirit at the Eileen Ludwig Greenland National Bearing Witness Summer Institute. Jett was among 40 educators chosen for an intensive look […]