Latta Springfest was a success on Saturday with many people turning out to see what the festival had to offer. (With photo slide show)
Nearly 50 South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities (SCGSAH) music students traveled to Italy for spring break (March 8 – March 16), which included a performance in Vatican City the week Pope Francis was elected. Among those students was Kristina Osborn of Latta.
latta students who were chosen to participate in this year’s clinic will gather at South Florence High School for rehearsal on Friday, February 1st and Saturday, February 2nd, with a culminating concert at 4:00 pm on Saturday in the SFHS Auditorium.
Dillon native artist selected to exhibit artwork at the N.C. Community College 50th Anniversary Art Exhibition at the Caswell Building in Raleigh with an artistic spectrum.
Walking up to the church I knew it was going to be a pleasant evening. I felt such a welcoming sense of neighborliness.
“Man of The House” is coming to the Dillon County Theatre. Plans are underway to present this comedy during the downtown Dillon festival in April.
Several students from Latta Elementary School provided special entertainment for guests in the lobby of The Carolina Opry.
The Charlotte Woodcarvers Club is pleased to announce that Dr. Terrell A. Crowley, a native of Dillon County, South Carolina, is exhibiting his art work in the highly regarded Charlotte Fine Art Gallery in Charlotte, North Carolina.
My husband, Jack Kaneft, is a “city boy”, having lived in St. Louis, Chicago, Birmingham, and lastly, Columbia, South Carolina. When we travel to my hometown of Latta, he rhapsodizes about the virtues of “Small Town America.”
Chelsea Williams, a piano, voice and organ student of Robin Thompson will be presenting a Senior Recital on Sunday, June 26 at 3 pm in the Sanctuary of Main Street United Methodist church of Dillon with a reception to follow in Asbury Hall.