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A "Very Southern" thank you to the homeowners, sponsors and patrons for making "A Very Southern Christmas" Holiday House Tour and Tea a huge success this year! The Council of Garden Clubs of Sumter is so proud of our 68 sponsors and hundreds of … more
One Saturday evening many years ago, I attended a party at Sunset Country Club. Scott Rumph was looking for my husband, Lea Givens. I told him that Lea was in Atlanta for a medical meeting and that I planned to fly from Columbia on American Airlines … more
Thanks to The Sumter Item for recognizing National Hospice Week in the Friday, Nov. 3, paper. The article echoed my feelings. I am thankful for the concept of hospice, the benefits of hospice that I … more
Thanks Community Cookie Bakers! The 25th “Shower Shaw with Cookies” exceeded all expectations and established a new record for this annual project. 5,131 cookies, accompanied by 4,750 … more
There appears to be a cloud hovering over our great nation, sucking the life for our people, division. Hate, violence, crime, demands, protests and ungodly acts of pure evil. When and where will all of this end? We, as a nation, have left our … more
On Wednesday, Nov. 8, Mayor Joseph McElveen attended a Care and Kindness Luncheon and recognized 10 deserving volunteers for their outstanding commitment to the Sumter community, effectiveness to volunteering and inspiration to others. The mayor … more
Thank you for your recent article regarding the opening of Carolina Dental Associates. I am writing to clarify a few points about the article "Health center opens Sumter dental clinic," featured on the front page of the Nov. 7 edition of The Sumter … more
Wilson Hall has enjoyed being a part of the Sumter community for over 50 years. During that time, the school has grown and prospered, and we are pleased to give back to the community which has been so good to … more
Medicare offers many choices. It is amazing how much money you can save. Just read the ads. No deductibles. No co-pays and sometimes no monthly premium. But if you look closely, you can find the … more
As the snow melts and the city gets back to normal, my hat is off to the City of Sumter for working so quickly to get many of the main roads cleared and safe. There is no way any city could get … more
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