Mummy Shuffle planned for Clover
CLOVER Registration is underway for the third annual Clover Rotary Club Mummy Shuffle 5K fun run and walk Oct. 18.
The event is sponsored by the Clover Rotary Club with support from the Clover High School Interact Club.
The entry fee is $10 in advance; participants will receive a race T-shirt. Day-of-race registration is $15 and will begin at 8 a.m. A T-shirt will be provided while supplies last.
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The race will start at 8:30 a.m. from the First Baptist Church parking lot, 117 S. Main St. in Clover. There will be a cash prize for first-place male and female finishers and prizes for best costumes.
Entry forms are available at www.cloverrotary.org and on the club’s Facebook page. Forms also are available at the Clover YMCA, 107 S. Main St., and at Clover Town Hall, 114 Bethel St.
Clover Woman’s Club meets on fire safety
CLOVER The Clover Woman’s Club will meet 3:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Clover Fire Department on Bethel Street.
The first part of the program, Fire Safety in the Home, will be presented by Clover fireman Johnny Neelands.
The club will then move to the Woman’s Club building, 234 Church St., where Beth Goff from the Clover School District will talk about the new Connected Classroom program. Each child from third grade and higher in the Clover School District has take-home access to an iPad or a Mac laptop this year.
Refreshments will be served at the Woman’s Club building. Details: Sandy Robinson, 803-222-9770, or Kay Vrooman, 803-222-7873.
Jefferson class of ’70 continues reunion
YORK The Jefferson High School class of 1970, the school’s last graduating class, will continue celebrating its 45-year reunion at York Comprehensive High School on Oct. 17.
The class will assemble at 6 p.m. on the YCHS lawn across from the home side of the stadium before the homecoming football game.
Food will be provided. After tailgating, the class will sit together in a reserved section in the stadium to watch the game.
The class will be recognized during halftime activities. Details: Stan Byers, 803-627-0920; Jan Thomasson, 803-493-8527; or Harry Good, 803-322-2764.
GOP meeting puts focus on growth
LAKE WYLIE The Clover-Lake Wylie Republican Women’s Club will feature a program about the challenges of providing responsive services to the rapidly growing Lake Wylie community on topics including housing, schools and crime prevention at the Oct. 24 meeting at River Hills Country Club.
Speakers will include David Larson, assistant county manager of York County; Bruce Henderson, York County District 2 councilman; Mychal Frost, Clover School District public information officer; and Deputy Kim Morehouse, York County's crime prevention /assistant public information officer.
An 11:30 a.m. social will be followed by a lunch and speaker forum at noon. The program will close with a question-and-answer session.
Lunch costs $20 per person. To reserve a seat with or without lunch (specify), call 803-831-1814 by Oct. 21. Visitors, club members and guests – women and men – are welcome to attend.
For club membership information, call 803-831-1814. Annual membership dues cost $25; associate members (men) are $10.
Rotary to host talk on Connected Classroom
LAKE WYLIE Clover School District’s Beth Goff, director of instructional technology, and Dr. Sheila Quinn, assistant superintendent, will speak at the Oct. 14 meeting of the Lake Wylie Rotary Club.
The meeting will be at noon at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5220 Crowders Cove Road.
With the start of the 2014-15 school year, nearly 7,000 students in the Clover School District received an iPad or MacBook Air as part of Clover’s Connected Classroom. Goff and Quinn will provide insights as to how the district developed the program, and how the use of technology is transforming teaching and learning in the district.
Lunch costs $9, catered by Christopher’s Bar & Grill.
For more information, visit lakewylierotary.org.
Joy 4 Tots ride planned for Clover
CLOVER The 10th annual Joy 4 Tots Ride will be 2 p.m. Nov. 9.
The ride will begin at the Oakridge Community Building and end at Roosevelt Park. Bring one toy per biker. Refreshments will be served.
Details: Blue, 704-813-2792, or Sheila, 980-522-1328.
Agape to host seminar, volunteer training
ROCK HILL Agape Senior will host the Five Wishes seminar, noon-2 p.m. Oct. 17 at Jackson’s Cafeteria.
Five Wishes is a popular living will written in everyday language that helps start and structure important conversations about care in times of serious illness. Those attending are encouraged to be seated by noon.
Seating is limited; for reservations, call 803-329-4544.
Agape Senior Assisted Living also will host a volunteer training session from 9:30 a.m.-noon Oct. 13 at the York office, 1020 N. Congress St.
For more information, call or email volunteer manager Kay G. Lee at 803-517-2021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clover class of 1989 plans reunion
CLOVER The Clover High School class of 1989 will hold its 25-year class reunion 7 p.m. Oct. 18 at Spring Lake Country Club.
YMCA plans ski trip for next year
YORK COUNTY The Upper Palmetto YMCA annual family ski trip to Aspen/Snowmass, Colo., will be Jan. 14-19.
The group will stay at the Timberline Condominiums in Snowmass. The package includes a range of rooming options for five nights; transfers to and from the airport, and from the airport to Timberline; luggage service; four-day lift ticket to Snowmass, Aspen, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk ski areas; shuttle service from Snowmass to Aspen; and a welcome reception and slope-side picnic.
Good Folks plan December luncheon
YORK COUNTY Good Folks of York County’s annual fundraising luncheon will be Dec. 2 at the DiGiorgio Center on the Winthrop University campus to benefit Keystone Substance Abuse Services’ planned Youth and Adolescent Center.
The fee to join Good Folks of York County is $30, which includes the luncheon. To become a member, visit www.goodfolksofyorkcounty.com.
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