Category: Community

Oakland Full Gospel Holiness Church’s Fellowship Building Renovated

During May of 2010, renovations began on the fellowship building of Oakland Full Gospel Holiness Church. There was so much to do, but it did not stop the dedication of the people who took part in this project.

God’s Word Shines: “Righteousness Exalteth a Nation…”

From The Pee Dee Baptist Association-Featured this week is Rev. Chris Alderman, the pastor of Little Rock Baptist Church, Little Rock.

Salkehatchie Campers Renovate And Repair Six Homes In County

More than fifty youth and their supervisors who make up The Harvest Salkehatchie Summer Camp divided into teams and headed out to renovate and repair six homes in Dillon County on Monday, July 12.

Delegation Answers Questions About School Funding Change

The Latta School Board met with two members of the Dillon County delegation in a public meeting on Tuesday to discuss the future of the Latta Schools and to get answers to some questions about the proposed change in the school funding formula.

Northeastern Technical College Receives Prestigious Award

Without a skilled and talented workforce, not even the perfect building or most enticing incentives will induce a company to locate in a community. That’s what makes Northeastern Technical College so invaluable in business recruitment.

God’s Word Shines: The War On Worship

From The Pee Dee Baptist Association-Featured this week is Rev. James Smith, pastor of East Dillon Baptist Church, Dillon.

Amanda Hardwick Day Celebrated At Pyerian

One June 13th, Pyerian Baptist Church of Dillon, SC celebrated Amanda Hardwick Day. Mrs. Hardwick is the widow of former long time pastor Dr. Lamar Hardwick, who served from 1961 to 1994.

Jones Attends Junior National Young Leaders Conference

Adia Jones attended the Junior National Young Leaders Conference from June 12, 2010 to June 17, 2010.

Hinson Named S.C. Teaching Fellow

Victoria Hinson , a senior at Dillon High School has been named a South Carolina Teaching Fellow, the state’s most prestigious fellowship for future teachers.

South of The Border Has Some Scaly New Residents

When you stop by South of the Border this summer, expect to see some scaly new residents, including alligators, crocodiles and snakes.