Animal shelter donations wanted
LAKE WYLIE -- Girls on the Run of the Tri-County at Crowders Creek Middle School is collecting donations for the York County Animal Shelter through Monday.
Donations of old newspapers, towels, blankets and stuffed animals may be dropped off at the school office.
Girls on the Run is a a self-esteem-based running program for girls aged 8 to 12. For more information, visit gotrtricountysc.org.
Life screenings offered Friday
STEELE CREEK -- Life Line Screening now includes a new heart rhythm screening.
Screening will be held Friday at Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church, 5000 York Road, Charlotte. Appointments begin at 9 a.m.
Screenings help identify potential health problems such as blocked arteries and irregular heart rhythm, abdominal aortic aneurysms, and hardening of the arteries in the legs, which is a strong predictor of heart disease. A bone density screening to assess osteoporosis risk also is offered and is appropriate for men and women.
Register for a Wellness Package with heart rhythm for $149. All five screenings take 60 to 90 minutes to complete. Registration is required.
Call (800) 697-9721 or visit www.lifelinescreening.com.
Lions to honor Tega Cay grads
TEGA CAY -- The Tega Cay Lions Club will honor 16 Tega Cay students from Fort Mill High School's Class of 2008 on May 10. This marks the 21st year the Tega Cay Lions have recognized local students for their academic excellence.
FMHS Seniors from Tega Cay being recognized are Erica Elizabeth Chapman, Weldon Elizabeth Deas, Michael Henry Dulcie, Eric Edward Fielden, Brittany Ann Fournet, Nicole Marie Fournet, Jason Andrew Hnat, Kelly Amanda Keziah, Caleb Joseph Klipowicz, Kaylee June Klixbull, Matthew Thomas Knowe, Daniel Jacob Koverman, Heather Joan McCartney, Brian Timothy McGarrity, Priscilla Ann McNulty and Ashleigh Neda Sheets.
For more information, call (803) 548-1648.
Wylie woman makes honor lists
LAKE WYLIE -- Courtney Sugameli, daughter of Jack and Angela Sugameli of Lake Wylie, has been named to the president's honor roll and dean's list at the University of South Carolina's School of Arts and Sciences for the fall 2007 semester. She is in her first year with enough credits accumulated to be a junior through distance learning classes taken while at Clover High School, graduating in the Class of 2007.
Find out about cancer study findings May 12
LAKE WYLIE -- Leanne Cannon, a natural health solution specialist, will share findings from new cancer treatment studies at 7 p.m. May 12 at River Hills Community Church, room 105 in the Sanctuary Building.
Studies show that empowering the immune system naturally can help reduce the effects of cancer treatments.
The Lake Wylie Breast Cancer Support Group invites anyone who wants to find out more to come.
For more information, call (803) 831-0286) or (803) 831-2700.
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