Lake Wylie Crop Hunger Walk Oct. 19
CROP Walk is a chance for neighbors to walk together to raise awareness and money for local and international hunger relief.
The 3-mile walk along Charlotte Highway goes from River Hills Community Church to Good Samaritan United Methodist Church and back. It is not a race. Strollers and pets are welcome, but no bikes.
Equally split, 25 percent of proceeds will be returned locally to CAAC, PATH and God’s Kitchen.
Sponsors, teams and donations are wanted. For more information, call 704-301-3652 or visit Lake Wylie CROP Hunger Walk - CROP Hunger Walk.
Art camp photos on exhibit in Lake Wylie
The emphasis of photography camp is on the creative eye and features instruction on essential camera skills in an inspired, natural setting. Leonard edits, prints and shows one piece of art and photography from each student in a public show.
“I am always inspired by the artistic eye of the children who attend these camps,” Leonard said. “For me, it’s all about nurturing their natural creativity and teaching them in a non-judgmental but supportive way. To see how they blossom during the time we have together is truly rewarding.”
KL Creative offers after-school private photography instruction and custom workshops.
Leonard has worked as both agent and producer in commercial and art photography in New York City since 1995. Since the summer of 2006 as part of her master’s degree in psychology from Dominican University in California, she developed and teaches a curriculum using photography as learning and therapeutic tool for ages 4-17.
For more information, call 704-460-6948 or visit katherineleonardcreaetive.com.
Blood drives announced
• 4- 8 p.m., Sept. 13, Regal Manchester Stadium, 1935 Cinema Drive, Rock Hill. Free movie ticket for donors.
• 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sept. 15, York Tech, 452 Anderson Road, Rock Hill.
• 7 a.m.-1 p.m., Sept. 16, 1-7 p.m., Sept. 17, Piedmont Medical Center, 222 S. Herlong Ave., Rock Hill.
• 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Sept. 18, York County Sheriff’s Office, 1675-2A York Highway, York.
• 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sept. 18, York Tech, 452 Anderson Road, Rock Hill. Free T-shirt.
• 3-7 p.m., Sept. 28, Regal Manchester Stadium, 1935 Cinema Drive, Rock Hill. Free movie ticket.
• 4:30-7:30 p.m., Sept. 29, Gold’s Gym, 2685 Celenese Road, Rock Hill.
CBCC is holding its annual Pints for Pencils campaign this month. For every blood donation, CBCC will provide school supplies for local public school systems.
CBCC is recruiting students for its Students Saving Summer Scholarship program through Sept. 30. High school and college students who organize and host a successful blood drive have the chance to earn scholarship money for their secondary education.
For more information or to register for the scholarship program, call 704-972-4727 or email KLJones@cbcc.us.
Call 704-972-4700 or go to carolinadonor.org to make an appointment.
Artists may apply for grant
The grant provides up to $2,000 for individuals and groups of unincorporated artists to pursue projects that to improve artistic development by attending a professional advancement experience or purchasing/renting a piece of equipment.
The grant is available to artists in all disciplines. Artists on the staff of one of the participating arts councils or artists who received a RAPG within the past two calendar years (2013 and later) are not eligible to apply.
The RAPG is administered and funded by ASC, in partnership with the arts councils in Cabarrus, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Rowan, Rutherford, Union and York counties, as well as the North Carolina Arts Council and the Blumenthal Endowment.
Entries sought for literary competition
The annual Literary Competitions include two categories – short story and poetry. Each category will be judged independently. Authors may enter both the short story and the poetry competition, and entries are eligible to win an award in each competition. Awards are $100 for first, $50 for second and $25 for third. There will be no repeat prize winners within the categories. The winners of the Youth Literary Competition will be awarded certificates of achievement.
There are no restrictions on subject matter. All participants must submit three copies of each entry for distribution to judges. Email entries will not be accepted. No entries will be returned. Your name must not appear on the manuscript, and pages must be numbered with the title of the entry. Include the title of the submitted work and all contact information on the entry form. For complete guidelines and entry information, visit yorkcountyarts.org.
Entry fees for the adult competition are: nonmembers: $15 per entry; ACYC members: $10 per entry. There are no entry fees for those entering the youth competition. Those submitting to the youth competition must be enrolled in a K-12 program to be eligible to enter.
All participants are invited to a free, public reception and awards ceremony 6-8 p.m. Oct. 21 at the Center for the Arts, 121 E. Main St., where the winners will be announced. Winners are encouraged to read passages from their work at the reception.
For more information, call 803-328-2787 or visit yorkcountyarts.org.
Notary seminar offered
The seminar will address new state laws governing the duties and responsibilities of notaries. The unauthorized practice of law will also be addressed in a joint session with a representative from the South Carolina Bar.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. For more, visit sos.sc.gov.