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Art guild showcasing Clover artist’s works

Art guild showcasing Clover artist’s works

The Gaston County Art Guild presents a retrospective of Clover resident C.M. Kakassy’s original printmaking, “Looking Back,” March 4-April 8 at Arts on Main, Citizens National Bank building, 212 W. Main St.

Originally working in sculpture, Kakassy’s eye for form and space led her to painting, photography, hand-made papers and original printmaking. She has spent years working in printmaking media – intaglio, serigraphy, relief and lithography.

For information, visit gastoncountyartguild.com/.

4H club wins first in horse study

The York County Stars, Strips n’ Snips 4H Club took first place in the South Carolina 4H hippology contest.

Katherine Faulkner, 13, Taylor Wright, 13, Kaylee Fetter, 12, and Grace Rea, 13, all competed Feb. 22 at Clemson University on their knowledge of hippology (study of horses).

After studying for six months, each girl competed as an individual and as a team in categories such as horse judging, team problem, exam and stations. There were 65 competitors in 21 teams.

Leos and Lions help hungry

The Clover/Lake Wylie Leos and River Hills/Lake Wylie Lions packaged 10,000 packs of instant meals at the S.C. Leos annual convention for the Stop Hunger Now program.

The meals are designed for the recipients to add water and bring to a boil. Each pack feeds six and includes rice, dehydrated vegetables, soy protein and vitamins.

Participants included: Leo Tiffany Lombardo, Lion Morgan Lombardo and husband Eric; and Lions Frank and Dona Van Leer.

Leos are Lions ages 12-18. The Leo Club gives children the opportunity to serve their communities with a positive impact and develop leadership skills. The Clover/Lake Wylie Leo club meets at Clover Middle School in the science wing at 3:45 p.m. the third Wednesday of the month.

Lions give to Leader Dogs

At the River Hills/Lake Wylie Lions Feb. 21 breakfast meeting, members purchased $155 worth of tickets in a drawing to win a stuffed dog.

Bob Daily won the dog and the Canine Development Center Project of Leader Dogs For The Blind got the money.

An additional $45 collected in $1 fines issued to late comers, birthdays or for members forgetting to wear their Lions pins, was also donated to the center for a redesign of its kennel and developmental center facilities.

Fashion highlights club luncheon

River Hills Women’s Club’s luncheon is March 18 at River Hills Country Club.

Social time begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by lunch at 12:30 p.m. and the Macy’s Fashion Show program at 1 p.m.

Lauren Gregory of Macy’s will present spring fashions for vacation and cruise wear. Club members will model the outfits.

For reservations, call 803-831-2018 or email rhwcmembership@gmail.com. Club membership is limited to women who live in River Hills or are a member of the River Hills Country Club. For club information, call 803-746-5493.

Clover club to hold card party

The Clover Woman’s Club will hold a card party is 2-5 p.m. March 20 at Clover School District Office, 604 Bethel St.

Any board or card game may be played. Cards will be available.

Tickets will be sold by members and reservations. Cost is $10 with money going to the scholarship fund for a Clover senior. Refreshments will be served.

Call 803-684-5271 for details.

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