Darlington High School Quarter 4 Honor Roll List

All A Honor Roll Bess, Mya Nicole Bryant, Jonathan Paul Byram, Joshua Paul Coe, Jazmin Dayachia DeMaurice, Matthew William Dewitt, MonTrail Lee Foster, Jernay Nasiriyah Godbold, Margaret Ravenel Godbold, Stone Rivers Grant, Madison Desireé Gurley, Keyonna Tenice Henry, Areyana Nicole Howle, Prentis Grainger Jackson, James Ny’Gel Jackson, Kaitlynn Rayann Jernigan, Deborah Rose Joe, Dana Makayla Jones, Jacob Joel Jordan, Benjamin...

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Church News – June 27, 2018

Please send your church news and photos to: editor@newsandpress.net Gospel in the Park The Gospel in the Park summer concert series continues July 8 in Pride Park, 630 S. 6th Street. The theme is Bringing Unity into our Community. Devotional service will be rendered by Pastor J.D.Blue and the Second Baptist Church Family. Live Gospel Entertainment by Men N Christ, The Gospel Holyheir, The Gospel King. Bring your Bibles, lawn chairs...

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Living on Purpose – A closer look at the Great Commission

I love to write (and talk) and all who know me will agree that I am not a man of few words.

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Week in the Wild camp teaches the importance of  appreciating, preserving the natural world
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Week in the Wild camp teaches the importance of appreciating, preserving the natural world

Kalmia Gardens of Coker College is hosting a series of “Week in the Wild” camps during the month of June, where kids from First Grade to Sixth Grade explore the wonders of the gardens and learn about local flora and fauna. “We’re learning about the water cycle and how to protect water as a resource, the importance of plants and trees and some basic botany. Also, it’s very important in this digital age to remind kids that...

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Living on Purpose – It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood

I’m sure that many of you remember the man who portrayed the friendly neighbor in the popular children’s program known all over the world as Mister Rogers.

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Church News – June 20, 2018

Please send your church news and photos to: editor@newsandpress.net VBS 2018 St. Luke United Methodist Church in Hartsville will hold their Vacation Bible School June 18-22. The theme is Rolling River Rampage. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. For more information, call 843-332-6571. First Presbyterian Hartsville VBS Vacation Bible School will be June 18-22 with the theme “Clean Water for All God’s Children,” a...

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