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.
Mrs. Monroe (Julia) McIntyre presented her Piano students in recital in her home on May 21, 2011.
A “Tribute To The Flag” was held in Floyd Dale on Saturday morning.
Erika Bryant, soprano and a voice student of Robin Thompson for the past thirteen years, will present her senior recital at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 21 in the sanctuary of Main Street United Methodist Church. A reception will follow in Asbury Hall.
The James Stephens III Scholarship Foundation Gala will be held this year at the Dillon County Theater on Saturday, May 21, 2011 at 8:00pm. Of the nine scholarship recipients, five seniors representing all three Dillon County high schools will be recognized.
Michelle Buckman, author of Rachel’s Contrition, will be featured at the 15th annual SC Book Festival which will be held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center from May 13 through May 15.
Cameron Adams is a cast member in this year’s Broadway revival of “How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying,” a 1960s musical directed and choreographed by Rob Ashford.
Frederick “Rico” Duff/recording artist/screenwriter/inventor, a resident of Dillon, has written and released his first hit album entitled “Touch U”.