Play aims to further Alzheimer’s awareness
YORK “Candy Bar Memories,” a one-act play that aims to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s disease, will be presented at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at Trinity United Methodist Church, 22 E. Liberty St., York.
The play, written by Laura Pfizenmayer, is about a family member with Alzheimer’s disease. It has been a passion of York resident Renee Graham Barker and Kay G. Lee, volunteer manager at Agape Senior, to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s disease.
Tickets are $10. They are available in advance at Flowers Etc. of York, Dr. Puckett Chiropractic and Agapé Senior in the York area and at Taylor Made Home Care in Lake Wylie.
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All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer’s Association and Alzheimer’s care and support in Western York County.
For more information, contact Kay G. Lee with Agape at 803-517-2021 or Kaylee@agapesenior.com.
York Rotary inducts new members
YORK The York Rotary Club has inducted new members.
They are Kristi Stewart Brandon, an employee of the York County Electric Co-op, and Amy Hagner, director of finance for the York school district.
Manning Kimmel provided a program at the Aug. 28 meeting about his grandfather, Husband Edward Kimmel, a four star admiral in the U.S. Navy who was removed as commander of the Pacific fleet and reduced to two star rank after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Kimmell talked about his family’s work in trying to clear his grandfather’s name.
Confederate vets to meet in York
YORK The Private Thomas Caldwell Camp 31 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans will meet at 7 p.m. Sept. 11 at McCelvey Center, 212 E. Jefferson St., York.
Guest speaker will be Kirk David Lyons, who has been actively involved in Confederate heritage since 1971. He has chartered and commanded chapters in Texas and Black Mountain, N.C., and served the organization in other leadership roles.
Probate workshop planned in Clover
CLOVER A workshop on the probate process will be noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20 at the Clover Community Center, 120 Bethel St.
The free educational workshop will cover wills and trusts, powers of attorney, estate planning, probate and non-probate assets and guardianship and conservatorships.
Sessions will be led by Carolyn W. Rogers, York County’s probate judge. To reserve a space, contact Amy Gonzalez with the town of Clover at 803-222-9493 or agonzalez@cloverscorg.
Lions plan fish fry, benefit
LAKE WYLIE The River Hills Lions Club’s second annual fish fry is 2-7 p.m. Sept. 14 at Camp Thunderbird.
The menu by Catfish Cove is filet of flounder, chicken strips, hush puppies, french fries, slaw and ice tea from Catfish Cove. Tickets for eat-in or take-out cost $10 and are available in advance or at the door. Proceeds go to Lions charities.
The Lions also are seeking live and silent auction items for the River Hills Lions Club Benefit Dinner Oct. 4 at River Hills Country Club.
Proceeds go to River Hills/Lake Wylie EMS. Types of items needed include framed artwork, gift certificates, professional and college sports tickets, restaurant dinner packages, weekend getaways, jewelry and automobiles.
For information on either event, call 704-583-0349.
Clover Woman’s Club plans drop-in, tea
CLOVER The Clover Women’s club will host a tea and drop-in for guests at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11 at the home of Judy Lark, 690 Old Carriage Road, Clover.
Installation of new officers will be at 4 p.m. A presentation and discussion of the plans for the year will follow. Members will be introduced and pictures taken.
For details, call Judy Lark, 803-222-4390.
Kings Mountain theater group plans auditions
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C . Kings Mountain Little Theatre will host auditions for “Junie B. Jones, Jingle Bells, Batman Smells” from 2 to 4 p.m. Sept. 21 and 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 22.
Auditions will be at Central United Methodist Church in Kings Mountain, N.C. Call-backs will be Sept. 23. School performance dates are Nov. 13 and 14 and weekend performances will be Nov. 14 to 16.
The cast consist of 10 students ages 14 to 20. There will be an additional cast member required to play the role of Junie’s toy elephant, for someone age 12 to 14.
Rehearsals will begin on Oct. 6. For details, email Page Thompson at email@example.com.
Lake Wylie Rotary plans luau
LAKE WYLIE Tickets are available for the Lake Wylie Rotary Club’s fourth annual Lake Wylie Luau at 6 p.m. Sept. 13 at Red Fez Shrine Club Pavilion in Steele Creek.
The event includes a silent auction and games. Tickets cost $20 in advance or $25 at the door. There will be a boat poker run held earlier in the day. Poker hands cost $10. To purchase tickets or to donate an item or become a sponsor, visit lakewylieluau.org.
The event has raised more than $30,000 to benefit the community through scholarships, and helping local organizations including Clover Area Assistance Center, Lake Wylie Athletic Association and Crowders Creek Elementary School. The club plans to construct an outdoor science center at Bethel Elementary School this year.
The club meets every Tuesday. Lunch costs $9, catered by Christopher’s.
Visit lwrotaryclub.org for more information.
Clover market open on Tuesdays
CLOVER The Clover Farmers Market is open 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays behind Clover Community Center, 120 Bethel St.
The market features local produce, breads, cheese, free-range meats, local honey and artisan crafts. For information, call 803-222-9495.
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