Category: Community

Community interest news from Dillon County

McCoy Chapel To Celebrate Women’s Day

McCoy Chapel United Methodist Church, Little Rock, will celebrate its Women’s Day program on Sunday, July 15 at 10:30 a.m.

Fork Presbyterian Church Holds Independence Day Celebration

On July 1st, Fork Presbyterian Church had a celebration!

Latta Community Singers Performance Was Well Worth The Drive

Walking up to the church I knew it was going to be a pleasant evening. I felt such a welcoming sense of neighborliness.

Salkehatchie Campers Working Here

Seventy-five youth and their adult supervisors arrived at Main Street United Methodist Church in Dillon this past weekend to begin their sixth Salkehatchie Harvest Camp mission here, helping to repair and improve six houses of underprivileged families.

DHS Student To Attend Leadership Academy

On the 5th of June 2012, Cadet Sergeant First Class Cecil Smith, a fourth year JROTC cadet and senior at Dillon High School was the only cadet selected to attend the Four Star Leadership Academy, on a full scholarship including airfare, lodging, and meals, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma from July 15th to 21st, 2012

Fork Presbyterian Church Holds Family Night

The Fork Presbyterian Church held its May Family Night meal and program on Wednesday, May 9.

Stewart Heights Annual Luncheon Held

Faculty and staff members from Stewart Heights Elementary School enjoyed their annual end-of-year luncheon on Thursday, May 24, 2012 at Brandi’s Banquet Hall.

South Faculty And Staff Enjoy Annual Luncheon

Faculty and staff members from South Elementary School enjoyed an end-of-year luncheon on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 at Brandi’s Banquet Hall.

Dillon ATEC Student Wins ARC Welder

Twenty-six students representing the Dillon County Technology Center’s Welding Program had the opportunity to be selected by their fellow classmates and instructor, Jerry Bullard to win a welding machine of their choice.

Salkehatchie Campers To Work In Dillon County In July

Seventy-five youth and adult supervisors from all parts of our state will come together at Main Street United Methodist Church in Dillon on Saturday, July 7 as part of the Salkehatchie Harvest Camp program for a week of hard work in difficult conditions, repairing and upgrading six houses belonging to underprivileged Dillon County families.