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Think Pink Banquet in Manning raises $11K for support of patients in Clarendon County Cancer OverComers

MANNING - The 7th-Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Think Pink Banquet was a tremendous success with more than $11,000 raised for the Clarendon County Cancer OverComers organization. Clarendon County Sheriff's Office Deputy First Class Annett Smith … more

Laurence Manning Academy students speak with attorney general

PHOTOS PROVIDED The 2018 Laurence Manning Academy Student Government Representatives met with South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson on Sept. 24 at the Russell Building on the Statehouse grounds in Columbia. Wilson conducted a … more

Clarendon Hall awarded Monsanto grant from farmer to improve tech

FROM STAFF REPORTS SUMMERTON - County farmer Troy Allan of Oak III Farms directed a $2,500 grant to Clarendon Hall as part of the America's Farmers Grow Communities program, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. Allan, a Clarendon Hall graduate and … more

Clarendon County Fire Department recognizes graduates, promotes members

MANNING - More than 100 family members, peers and friends attended the Clarendon County Fire Department's Oct. 2 Recruit Graduation and Promotion Ceremony that was held at the department's Station 1 Headquarters. Showing his support of the county … more

Clarendon Sun Briefs: Oct. 5, 2018

Pet Adoption Deals Saturday at shelter MANNING - South Carolina's first statewide adoption event will be held today and Saturday at A Second Chance Animal Shelter, 5079 Alex Harvin Highway. For more information, visit pickmesc.com. Walk for … more

Anna Marie enjoys being brushed

Anna Marie is a 1-year-old black-and-white female domestic shorthair kitten. She is current on all of her vaccinations, has been spayed and tested negative for Feline Leukemia and AIDs. Anna Marie loves attention from everyone and enjoys being … more

Willow loves to be held

Willow is a 6-month-old black female domestic medium-hair kitten. Willow is a sweet girl who loves to be held. She is super sweet and playful. Willow can be mellow and laid back. She weighs about 3 pounds, is current on all of her age-appropriate … more

Manning residents enjoy Farm to Table

MANNING - The Land, Parker and Welch courtyard was transformed into a beautiful dining venue for Tuesday's Farm to Table celebration, a part of this year's Main Street Manning's annual meeting. Brunson's Nursery converted the law firm's back … more

Clarendon Sun briefs: Sept. 28, 2018

Library hosts Meet the Author and Book Signing MANNING - The Harvin Clarendon Library, 215 N. Brooks St., is hosting a Meet the Author and Book Signing at noon Saturday for Jim McKnight, author of "My Story of a Sharecropper's Life," the story … more

Dusty has special needs but is loving and playful

Dusty, right, is a 5-month-old male gray, black and white domestic long-hair kitten. Dusty is a special-needs kitten; he has bad eyes that may be causing him to have vision issues. Dusty has been neutered and is up to date on all of his current … more

Marvin loves attention and is playful

Marvin, far right, is an 11-month-old male gray tabby kitten. He loves attention and will lick you all over. Marvin is super sweet and playful. He gets along well with all cats and some dogs. He is current on all of his vaccinations, has been … more

Dodge is a little shy

PHOTOS PROVIDED Dodge, top, is a 6-month-old male gray-and-white domestic shorthair kitten. He has been neutered and is up to date on all of his current vaccinations. Dodge weighs about 4 pounds. He is very sweet and playful and has lots of … more

Matilda likes to ride on your shoulders

Matilda, bottom, is a 5-month-old female gray-and-black domestic shorthair kitten. She has been spayed and is up to date on all of her current vaccinations. Matilda weighs almost 4 pounds. She is very sweet and playful and has lots of energy. Just … more

Gardening expert will share expertise Oct. 10

MANNING - Do your beautiful, thriving, seemingly healthy plants begin to droop and die within days of planting them in your garden or placing them inside your home? The answer could be as simple as the soil surrounding your plants. "The No. 1 … more

Clarendon Sun Briefs: Sept. 21, 2018

Manning City Council meeting rescheduled MANNING - The City of Manning has moved its regular monthly council meeting from Sept. 17 to Monday because of Hurricane Florence. Optimist Club meeting moved because of storm MANNING - The Optimist … more

Mosaic Clubs will now manage Santee National Golf Club

SANTEE - Santee National Golf Club is under new management. Mosaic Clubs, an Atlanta-based golf management company, took over the reins at Santee National in late August. "Santee National Golf Club is one of the most reputable courses in the … more

Money from Coach Premuel Gibson Alumni Scholarship Tournament will establish fund

MANNING - Premuel Louise Crosby Gibson will be honored on Sept. 29 when many of her former students, athletes and peers gather for the Coach Premuel Gibson Alumni Scholarship Tournament which will begin at 1:30 p.m. at Manning High School's … more

Clarendon Sun briefs: Sept. 14, 2018

Hurricane Florence cancellationsClarendon County Job Fair canceledMANNING — Central Carolina Technical College has canceled its Sept. 13 Job Fair due to Hurricane Florence. CCTC may reschedule … more

Felix loves to get attention

Felix is a 5-month-old male black-and-white domestic shorthair kitten. He has been neutered and is up to date on all of his current vaccinations. Felix weighs about 3 pounds. He is very sweet and … more

Clarendon School District 2's Tindal honored at reception

John Tindal, superintendent of Clarendon School District 2, recently attended a private, invitation-only reception that was held as a prelude for the Opening Ceremony of the Richard W. Riley Collection. Tindal is seen with the … more
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