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Jameson Co. gives to Clover tech center

CLOVER -- Tanya Pettus, human resources assistant for Jameson Co. and Employee of the Quarter recipient, presented a check to Robert Johnson, director for Clover Applied Technology Center. Jameson matches the Employee of the Quarter recipient's award to an organization in Clover of the employee's choice.

Jameson is a manufacturer of high quality hand tools for the telecommunications, CATV, utility, tree care and government markets. They are located in the West Gate Industrial Park in Clover.

Financial advisor attends workshop

YORK -- Robert Winkler, financial advisor with the Edward Jones firm in York, recently traveled to St. Louis to attend a Business Development Workshop and traning session, which brings together Edward Jones financial advisors who have achieved a certain level of success in the financial services business.

"This class has been invaluable," Winkler said. "The information I gained will help me improve the efficiency of my office and allow me to better serve my clients."

Edward Jones provides financial services for individual investors in the United States and, through its affiliates, in Canada and the United Kingdom.

Winkler can be reached at 684-3725.

Chamber luncheon set

YORK -- The Greater York Chamber of Commerce will hold a Member Luncheon on June 26 from noon until 1:30 p.m. at the McCelvey Center, 212 E. Jefferson St. in York.

The guest speaker will be York County Manager Jim Baker, who will update the group on the Pennies for Progress Program and Capital Facility planning.

Cost is $15 for members and $20 for non-members.

RSVP by calling the Chamber at 684-2590, or send an e-mail to info@greateryorkchamber.com no later than Friday.

E-H brings home 3 advertising awards

Enquirer-Herald took three awards in the South Carolina Press Association's advertising awards, called Palmys.

First place award for single spot color went to Kristen Glenn and Sue Inzerillo, for YMCA. First place in humor advertising also went to Glenn and Inzerillo for Smoker's Depot.

Western Watch Magazine, Enquirer-Herald's annual newcomers' guide, picked up a third place award for best niche publication. It was designed by Shannon Greene and featured ads created by Glenn and Inzerillo.

Enquirer-Herald's sister weekly publications also took home awards, including the Lake Wylie Pilot, which won two awards, including one first place.

For a complete list of winners, visit scpress.org.

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