Closings/cancellations because of Irma

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As of press time, the following cancellations or changes were made because of Hurricane Irma:

  •  Sumter School District will open on a two-hour delay today.
  •  City of Sumter and Sumter County Government will have a two-hour delay start time today.
  •  All city parks, including Swan Lake-Iris Gardens, will be closed today.
  •  The Clarendon County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting originally scheduled for today is canceled. The meeting will be rescheduled at a later date. Please continue to watch for a message from either the farm bureau state office or your county farm bureau for the rescheduled date. Please contact Kaitlin Alexander, county secretary, at kaitlinalexander@scfbins.com if you have any questions.
  •  The Shaw Air Force Base Main and BX Pharmacies will be closed through Wednesday. 20th Medical Group leadership urges that only those who require life-sustaining medications use either pharmacy at this time.
  •  DSS Independent Living Youth Group meeting for Sumter County originally scheduled for today is canceled. Contact: Patrice.white@dss.sc.gov
  •  All City of Sumter sanitation services (trash pickups) for today have been canceled. All regular routes will resume Wednesday.
  •  Pinewood Town Council regular meeting slated for today will now be held Tuesday, Sept. 19, at 6:30 p.m. at Pinewood Town Hall.
  •  Morris College classes are suspended until further notice.
  •  Laurence Manning Academy will be closed today.
  •  McLeod Health Clarendon Outpatient Rehabilitation, the Health and Fitness Center and Cardiac Rehabilitation will be closed today.
  •  Lee County School District will be closed today.
  •  Clarendon County Council will hold its regular meeting, originally scheduled for Monday, at 6 p.m. Thursday.
  •  Clarendon School District 2 will close all schools today. Continue to monitor social media pages, district and school webpages for updates and information.
  •  Claflin University in Orangeburg will remain closed today.
  •  All campuses of Central Carolina Technical College will operate on a two-hour delay today.