Fire department plans yard, bake sale
LAKE WYLIE The Bethel Volunteer Fire Department auxiliary will hold a yard and bake sale from 7 a.m. to noon Aug. 2 at Fire Station 1, 5600 S.C. 557, Lake Wylie.
Along with yard sale items, there will be a bake sale, and water and lemonade for purchase.
Expungement clinic planned
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ROCK HILL South Carolina Legal Services will offer an expungement clinic, 10 a.m. July 29 in conference room 201 at Rock Hill City Hall, 155 Johnston St.
The free clinic will explain what South Carolina criminal charges can be expunged and how to apply for expungements and pardons. Registration is required.
To register, call 803-327-9001 or 800-922-3853.
First Friday in the Garden planned
ROCK HILL First Friday in the Garden topic will be Understanding a Pesticide Label at 11 a.m. Aug. 1 at the Glencairn Garden Learning Center, 835 Edgemont Ave., Rock Hill.
Clemson Extension Agent Paul Thompson will give tips on how to make sure you are selecting the right pesticide and are applying it properly. The program is free and open to the public.
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.
Historical group meeting at Winthrop
ROCK HILL The York County Genealogical & Historical Society meeting will be 9 a.m. Saturday, July 26, at Winthrop University.
Learn about the history of the college, established in Columbia by an act of the S.C. General Assembly in 1891. It was renamed the Winthrop Normal and Industrial College of South Carolina two years later. In 1895, the first classes were held in Rock Hill. Dr. Eddie Lee, assistant professor of history, will share the history of this former women’s college during a campus tour.
Meet at the Little Chapel on the back campus.
Master Gardener program taking applications
YORK COUNTY The Master Gardener program for York, Chester and Lancaster counties is accepting applications for the next class, starting Aug. 5.
Classes will be 9 a.m. to noon Tuesdays through Nov. 11 at the York County Clemson Extension office, 120 N. Congress St., in York.
Contact Paul Thompson at email@example.com or 803-684-9919.
For those who cannot attend weekday classes, there is a statewide online Master Gardener class offered through Clemson University.
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 and 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 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 introduce them to where their food originates.
Volunteers needed for York food delivery
YORK The York County Council on Aging needs volunteers to help deliver meals to home-bound seniors in York. For information, call Elaine Kershaw at the York Senior Center, 803-684-6115
Summer reading program sign-ups underway
YORK COUNTY Online registration is underway for the York County libraries summer reading program. The free program runs through Aug. 1 for all ages.
In addition, there are weekly performances by puppeteers, theater groups, magicians and others. For information and registration, visit www. yclibrary.org.
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