Schedule for school district’s free meals
Mar31

Schedule for school district’s free meals

Darlington County School District (DCSD) has changed their “grab-and-go” food program for students to twice a week, while still providing a week’s worth of nutritional breakfast and lunch meals. The meals are available for pickup at locations across the county while county schools are closed because of the coronavirus threat. Any child 18 or younger can get drive-through, “grab-and-go” meal bags at more than 30 locations on Mondays...

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Jane Windham’s Low Carb Portabella Pizzas
Mar31

Jane Windham’s Low Carb Portabella Pizzas

First, you will need to purchase some portabella mushroom caps. When you take them out of the package, don’t rinse them with water. Instead, use a damp paper towel to wipe them down, remove the stem, and scrape out most of the gills with a spoon. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees, line a baking sheet with aluminum form, turn the mushroom caps gill side down, and pre-bake the caps for about 8 minutes. After pre-baking, place the...

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Singing is great therapy
Mar31

Singing is great therapy

Although many people may restrict their singing to the shower or when no one is around to hear them, there are some surprising health benefits of singing frequently — and encouraging others to do so as well. Scientists say that singing can have a calming but energizing effect on people. Singing can help tame stress but also lift the spirits. Singing is a natural antidepressant. According to information published in Time magazine,...

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Saleeby Center honors Knights of Columbus
Mar31

Saleeby Center honors Knights of Columbus

At an annual appreciation banquet, the Thad E. Saleeby Center Volunteer Service Board of the S.C. Department of Disabilities and Special Needs presented the Knights of Columbus Council # 8123 and the Columbus Hope Foundation an appreciation plaque for their commitment. The plaque reinforces the continued support this group has shared over the past 23 years where $100,000 in contributions have allowed for funding medical equipment,...

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Trinity-Byrnes  re-accredited through 2025
Mar31

Trinity-Byrnes re-accredited through 2025

Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School, a college preparatory school in the Pee Dee region, is unanimously approved for re-accreditation by the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS) through 2025. Ed Hoffman, Head of School, said: “The Southern Association of Independent Schools accreditation process certainly highlights the excellent academic program, caring environment and superior college placement program available at TBCS....

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McLeod Health seeks help to maintain supplies

The Darlington Chamber of Commerce says McLeod Health has asked our community for a special request. They need various items to help sustain supplies because of the COVID-19 virus. If anyone has leads to businesses in the community that may have access to the supplies listed below, please forward contact information to Jill Bramblett at jbramblett@mcleodhealth.org. McLeod has an entire task force working to collect supplies from Pee...

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