Creative writing course scheduled
LAKE WYLIE -- Lake Wylie Retirement and Assisted Living will host a six-week creative writing course taught by Margaret Bigger from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Wednesdays March 4-April 8.
Since 1989, Bigger has taught this course, "Recalling Memories for Your Family or the Public," for Central Piedmont Community College, Queens College, Sheperd's Center and other retirement centers.
Cost is $10 per session. Call 704-364-1788 or 803-831-9900.
Citywide Watch meeting March 4
TEGA CAY -- The next citywide Neighborhood Watch meeting in Tega Cay will be held at 7 p.m. March 4 at the Phil Glennon Center. For more information, e-mail BBIRCH2820@comporium.net.
'Turkey Talk' set for March 6
LAKE WYLIE -- Bethel Baptist Church, 6031 Charlotte Hwy., York, hosts "Turkey Talk" at 6:30 p.m. March 6. Cost is $8, which includes a chicken supper.
Author, writer and expert turkey hunter Bill Privette will conduct the hunting seminar on topics like woodsmanship, calling, turkey behavior and ethics. With more than 35 years experience, Privette has written and edited for periodicals such as Outdoor Life, Turkey Hunter, Wildlife in North Carolina, Michigan Out of Doors and others. He is the author of three turkey hunting books and is a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation. Privette makes his own calls and does his own taxidermy, and is an entertaining public speaker who has travelled the country signing books and "talking turkey."
Sponsors for the event also are wanted. For tickets and more information, call 803-322-1935 or e-mail email@example.com.
Cancer support group to meet
LAKE WYLIE -- The Lake Wylie Breast Cancer Support Group will meet at 7 p.m. March 9 at River Hills Community Church.
Guest speaker Jane Gilfillan will talk about the importance of self-detection, faith and joining in the Relay for Life. Gilfillan is a teacher in the York school system, and in January, she and several of her students made a bus trip to the presidential inauguration. This is one of several inaugurations she and her students have attended, and she will share some interesting stories.
For more information, call 803-831-0286 or 803-831-2700.
Local rescue squad seeks new home
TEGA CAY -- The Tega Cay Rescue Squad is looking for a new place to house its equipment, including one ambulance and a rescue vehicle.
From its beginning in 1975, the rescue squad has been located with the Tega Cay Fire Department, which once managed the squad, at the fire station. However, the fire department recently received additional fire equipment, leaving no room for the rescue squad's equipment. The squad must find a place to store its equipment by mid-March.
The rescue squad, which also supports the fire department with first aid and support services at fires, also needs space for an office and crew quarters.
In the future, the squad hopes to build a two-bay facility with crew quarters and have room for fire trucks.
If anyone has suggestions or a small parcel of land and/or building that could be donated or leased, call 803-984-1526 or 704-604-0073.