Fun bowling league to meet
LAKE WYLIE Lake Wylie Women’s Bowling League is looking for new members.
The group meets at 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Sept. 10, through March at Strikers in Rock Hill.
All skill levels welcome. Call 704-578-8079 for information.
Woman’s club hosting fall tea
CLOVER The Clover Woman’s Club will open the year with a fall tea at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at the home of Judy Lark, 690 Old Carriage Road.
New officers will be installed. A presentation and discussion of plans for the year will follow. Members will be introduced and pictures taken.
Members are encouraged to bring a guest. Call 803-222-4390 for information.
Lake Wylie Luau Sept. 13
LAKE WYLIE Lake Wylie Rotary Club’s fourth annual Lake Wylie Luau will be 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. To purchase tickets, 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 for college, 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.
“It isn’t just about the money we are able to give,” said club past president Mary Sieck, who also secured a Rotary International grant for the project. “Our Rotarians will provide manpower and volunteer time from beginning to end to ensure the kids have an outdoor science lab by the end of the school year.”
The club meets at noon Tuesdays at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5220 Crowders Cove Road. Lunch costs $9, catered by Christopher’s.
Visit lwrotaryclub.org for more information.
Sept. 14 fish fry tickets available in advance
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 at The Bagel Boat and River Hills Association office, or at the door. Proceeds go to Lions charities.
For information, call 704-583-0349.
• 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. To donate or for information, call 704-583-0349.
Women’s club holds luncheon
LAKE WYLIE The River Hills Women’s Club will hold its first luncheon of the season at 11 a.m. Sept. 17, at the River Hills Country Club. Lunch will be served at noon.
Email Beverly Durham at email@example.com to make a reservation. Membership is open to women who live in River Hills or are members of the River Hill Country Club.
Historical group meeting Sept. 20
YORK York County Genealogical & Historical Society will meet at 10 a.m. Sept. 20 at Kings Mountain National Military Park Visitors’ Center, off S.C. 161.
There will be a presentation on the role of local militias in the Oct. 7, 1870, Battle of Kings Mountain, and about the impact of the Patriot victory on the outcome of the American Revolution.
Meetings are open to the public.
Sweet Repeat celebrating with discounts
LAKE WYLIE Sweet Repeat Charitable Foundation is celebrating its first year in the thrift shop’s new location at Lake Wylie Plaza.
All month there will be discounts, such as $1 for women’s summer apparel and 50 percent off men and children’s clothing, toys and games, glassware and artwork.
There also will be chances, such as pop a balloon, to win deeper discounts.
Sweet Repeat Thrift Store is open 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Proceeds go to local charities.
For more information, call 803-831-0722.
POP Club welcomes members
YORK The Heart2Heart Foundation, a local nonprofit focused on raising awareness about heart disease, has joined Market at Inman Farms in York to launch the Power of Produce Club.
The club is open to the public and will give children $2 in tickets to spend on fresh fruits and vegetables, food plants and seeds. POP Club will be available from 10 a.m. to noon Saturdays through Oct. 11 at The Market at Inman Farms, 1101 Black Highway.
The Power of Produce or POP Club is a nationally recognized children’s program started at the Oregon City Farmers Market in May 2011 to empower children to make healthy food choices and to introduce them to where their food originates.
Visit inmanfarmsyorksc.webs.com for information.