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This week in Fort Mill history: Do you remember?

1996: The one-day filming of a feature film, “Body Count,” greatly disrupted Main Street traffic and angered the public and town officials alike; 1976: Jeannie Harris, 17, was crowned “Miss FHA” at Indian Land High School; 1956: TWIRP, (The Girl Is Requested to Pay) Days were taking place at Fort Mill High School. The boys of the school were thrilled.

Videos

Mac Banks takes the 'Gravy challenge' for Fort Mill's Community Cafes

Watch Fort Mill Times correspondent Mac Banks slurp down a whole large container of beef gravy to raise $50 for Community Cafes. To make a donation, go to https://youtu.be/-j9_jeh-5Tw
Submitted by Community Cafe Inc.
Mac Banks takes the 'Gravy challenge' for Fort Mill's Community Cafes 2:43

Mac Banks takes the 'Gravy challenge' for Fort Mill's Community Cafes

Leader of Community Cafes in Lake Wylie and Fort Mill receives top AARP honor 10:59

Leader of Community Cafes in Lake Wylie and Fort Mill receives top AARP honor

Gov. Haley helps open the LPL campus near downtown Fort Mill 1:01

Gov. Haley helps open the LPL campus near downtown Fort Mill

Disney adventure was Fort Mill family's trip of a lifetime 1:30

Disney adventure was Fort Mill family's trip of a lifetime