Category: Letters

We welcome letters from our readers. Send your comments and observations to: The Editor, The Dillon Herald, P.O. Drawer 1288, Dillon, S.C. 29536. Letters must be signed and must contain a complete address (street/p.o. box and town) and a telephone number for verification. We do not publish or consider anonymous letters or letters without a verifiable name, address, and telephone number nor do we publish letters with names withheld. We reserve the right to edit letters or to refuse to publish letters at our discretion. Letters endorsing political candidates will not be run before an election. Letters from groups or organizations must run as paid advertisements.

Letter Writer Appreciates Golf Course

0 To The Editor: I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation to the Management and Staff of the Dillon County/ Twin Lakes Country Club. If it had not been for your country club taking the Marion High School Golf Team under your wing and letting the young men and women of our team…

Letter: Boys And Girls Youth Center

0 To The Editor: Greetings. I’m Kenny Smith, President of The Dillon County Boys and Girls Youth Center, here in Dillon. The Youth Center is a nonprofit, tax deductible 501(c)3 entity. The mission of Dillon County Boys and Girls Youth Center is to promote health, social, educational, cultural, character, and leadership development. It aims to…

Order Of The Palmetto

Dear Editor:
I feel so honored to have been chosen by a previous Governor of the great State of South Carolina to receive The Order of Palmetto, the highest citizen award of the Palmetto State.

Local Man Puts In Two Cents On Golf Course

After hearing a lot of conversation about the pros and cons of having a golf course in Dillon, I have decided to put in my two cents worth. It is expensive to operate and maintain a golf course, but having a golf course can and does benefit our community.

MADD: Still A Long Way To Go

To The Editor:
I am starting my 27th year as a volunteer for MADD Darlington County, S.C. I have dedicated by life to serving victims in our local area, better educating the public about the serious problem we have with impaired drivers and fighting for tougher legislation.

Renewed Faith In The Goodness Of Men

Dear Editor:      
I would like to add my name to all the others to thank church volunteers for helping me in time of need when Hurricane Matthew came through.    

Schools Are There For Each Other During Hurricane Matthew

Dear Editor:
I am a teacher at Lake View High School, but I am certain that what I’m about to say speaks for all teachers, faculty, and staff for both Lake View Elementary and Lake View High Schools.  

An Outstanding Act of Kindness

Dear Chief Bailey:
My name is Michael Smith from Spartanburg County.  I found you on your department’s website, and I wanted to let you know of a recent outstanding act of kindness from Drew.

Dillon Historic School Foundation Facing Major Dilemma

0 To The Editor: Dillon Historic School Foundation is currently facing a major dilemma. The property insurance policy that DHSF purchased through BB&T will be cancelled if repairs have not been made to the auditorium’s roof before August 17. The building’s roof has damaging leaks over the stairwells in the front entry area, one over…

Woman Responds To Letter

To the Editor:
In response to the “Woman Responds to Ad”: Mrs. McAllister, I didn’t see the ad you are referring to, but I do agree we are NOT dumb; we have smart, caring, intelligent people in Dillon County.