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Memoirs Clarendon, June 24, 2022

K&H Resource Center hosts Big Book Drop on June 25

SUMMERTON — The K&H Resource Center is hosting a big book drop from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 25 at the center, 45 S. Church St.

The event is sponsored by Save the Children.

Free books will be distributed to children.

Clarendon Consolidated School District holds out-of-district registration



CLARENDON COUNTY – The Clarendon Consolidated School District is holding registration for out-of-district students only from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 11-14.

In-person-only registration takes place at East Clarendon Middle/High School Gymnasium, Scott’s Branch Middle/High School Gymnasium, and Manning High School Gymnasium.

Registrants are asked to bring a release letter and payment, detailed birth certificate, proof of residency, transcript/report card, Medicaid card (if applicable), copy of their parent/guardian, immunization records, custody/guardianship documents and IEP/504 (if applicable).

Manning’s Red, White and Blue July 1st Celebration

MANNING — Join the Town of Manning for its annual Red, White, and Blue Celebration from 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. July 1 at the Farmer’s Market, 21 E. Boyce St.

There will be music and good food. The fireworks will begin at 10 p.m.

Don’t forget to bring a chair.

A free financial workshop will take place on July 30



SUMMERTON — A free financial literacy workshop led by Joel Nesbitt, financial adviser at Edward Jones Investments, will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 30 at Summerton Town Hall, 10 Main Street.

Join the workshop to improve your financial knowledge, learn how to make a realistic budget, learn how to build a good credit history, learn how to get out of debt, and learn how to save a penny when you don’t have a penny to save.

Refreshments will be offered.

Camping happy days

needs donations

SUMMERTON — Camp Happy Days, a week-long camp for children with cancer and their siblings, returns to Camp Bob Cooper the first week of July.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the camp to run partial and virtual camps for the past two years, but this year these young cancer patients will be able to enjoy all the fun and festivities Clarendon County has to offer. to offer.

The camp cannot exist without the help of the community. Camp Happy Days urgently needs money, especially to cover the rising costs of food and other supplies.



If you would like to help make this year’s camp a success for these youth and teens, please send a donation to Bill Ellis, 1358 Sportsman Drive, Manning SC 29102. Please make check payable to: Camp Happy Days.

If you would like more information, please call Ellis, who has volunteered with Camp Happy Days for more than three decades, at (803) 460-7666.

Manning Farmer’s

The market is now open

MANNING – The Manning Farmer’s Market at the corner of East Boyce and North Church Streets is now open.

Support your local farmers, produce stalls and maybe a few keen gardeners selling their wares at the market from 8am to noon every Saturday through October.