Fort Mill Times

Clover Rotary, CHS Interact holding Mummy Shuffle 5K Oct. 18

Dance club meets Oct. 17

The Ballroom Dance Club will meet 7:30-10:20 p.m. Oct. 17 at Fort Mill Golf Course Club House, 101 Country Club Drive.

A free dance lesson will be 7:30-8 p.m.

Adults of all ages and skill levels are welcome. Guest admission is $15 per couple, $7.50 for singles. No alcohol; light refreshments provided.

For information, call 803-329-5764.

Clubs holding Mummy Shuffle 5K

The Clover Rotary Club and Clover High School Interact Club are holding the Mummy Shuffle 5K Fun Run-Walk on Oct. 18, in which participants run or walk from First Baptist Church to Larne Elementary School.

The race begins 8:30 a.m. The kid’s walk begins 9 a.m. There will be prizes for best costume.

Registration is $10 in advance or $15 on race day. Forms are available at Clover YMCA, 107 S. Main St., or at

To become a sponsor, call 704-913-1148.

Shrine club dinner dance Oct. 18

The York County Crescent Shrine Club’s dinner and dance fundraiser is Oct. 18 at 2065 McConnells Highway.

Common Ground, a classic rock/modern country band, will play. Dinner, served 6-8 p.m., is either rib-eye steak ($15) or chicken breast ($13) with all the fixings.

A cash bar and appetizers will be available.

Dancing is 8 p.m.-midnight with a $10 cover. Visit

117 dine at Lions benefit

The annual River Hills Lions Club Benefit Dinner Oct. 4 had 117 diners paying $80 a ticket at River Hills Country Club.

The event included a live and silent auction. Among the auction pieces up for grabs were wine baskets, bonsai trees, condo rentals, Panthers and Hornets tickets, an autographed Steve Smith shirt, an airplane ride, a restaurant bundle, jewelry, fine china, a tea service, artwork and much more. Tindol Ford Subaru Roush of Gastonia was the primary sponsor.

Money goes to River Hills/Lake Wylie EMS, which has provided service for 30 years in the Lake Wylie area.

Sweet Repeat gives $70k

Sweet Repeat Charitable Foundation finished its first year at its new location and has released its list of charity contributions, about $70,000.

Charities are Respect for Life Ministries, Camp Thunderbird, Mira Via Room at the Inn, God’s Kitchen, Wheelchair Workshop, The Haven Men’s Shelter, Leader Dog Program, Stellie Jackson Enrichment Center, Canine Companions, Hospice Community Care, Richardson Rescue, Make a Wish Foundation, River Hills/Lake Wylie EMS, Children’s Attention Home, Lake Wylie Library, Misty Meadows Mitey Riders, York Place, Clover Area Assistance Center, Chrysalis Autism Center, York County Adult Day Care, Pilgrim’s Inn and Lake Wylie Children’s Charity.

Three scholarships will be awarded Clover High School students.

Sweet Repeat Thrift Store is in Lake Wylie Plaza, 4082 Charlotte Highway. Hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. For information, call 803-831-0722.

Donations of clothing, home goods, appliances and furniture accepted and can be dropped of in the shed at the rear of the store.

York store honored for 4-H partnership

National 4-H Council announces the launch of the fall 2014 4-H Paper Clover Campaign in partnership with Tractor Supply Co.

The York the store was recognized for winning the Paper Clover District Champion award for being the store with the highest transaction percentage in the district, as well as winning the Class Champion award for meeting the company goals during the 4-H/TSC Spring 2014 Paper Clover Promotion. Store employees had 26.9 percent of all transactions include a 4-H Paper Clover purchase, and will be presented with a certificate and ribbon from 4-H to recognize this achievement.

The campaign is a nationwide, in-store fundraiser that benefits 4-H programming in the communities where a TSC store is located. During the 12-day promotion, the York TSC raised $1,008 for 4-H in York.

The fall campaign runs through Oct. 19.

Visit for information.

GOP meeting focuses on local growth

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 such as housing, schools and crime prevention at the Oct. 24 meeting at River Hills Country Club.

Speakers will be David Larson, assistant county manager of York County; Bruce Henderson, York County District 2 councilman; Mychal Frost, Clover School District public information officer; Deputy Kim Morehouse, York County’s crime prevention /assistant public information officer; and Charles Wood, chairman of Lake Wylie Chamber of Commerce.

An 11:30 a.m. social will be followed by lunch and a 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.

For club membership information, call 803-831-1814. Annual membership dues are $25; associate members (men) are $10.

Sheriff to speak at Rotary meeting

York County Sheriff Bruce Bryant will speak at the Oct. 28 Lake Wylie Rotary Club meeting at noon at Good Samaritan UMC, 5220 Crowders Cove Road.

Bryant’s law enforcement career spans 38 years, starting in 1972 with York City Police Department. He joined the York County Sheriff’s Office in 1973, and served at the office until 1987, when he joined the State Law Enforcement Division. He retired in 1996.

Lunch costs $9, catered by Christopher’s. To reserve lunch or for more information, visit

Scouts selling popcorn

Boy Scout Troop 333’s popcorn sale is underway, with Scouts going door-to-door selling Trail’s End product.

Up to 70 percent of all sales go to the local troop.

The sale ends Oct. 28. Details: 704-674-6046; 678-787-6003; or