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Peter Groen
Retired federal executive, author, speaker, researcher, and avid supporter of 'Open' Technology & Solutions
Retired federal executive, author, speaker, researcher, and avid supporter of 'Open' Technology & Solutions

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Lake Marion Artisan Gallery - April 2017 Featured Artist
Lake Marion Art Gallery is pleased to announce a month long exhibit by
Bryan Hacker, chef and owner of Wen Lily's Cafe and Gifts, located at 112
Main Street in Summerton, SC. A reception and an opportunity to meet the
artist will be held April 8, from 2-...

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Town of Summerton Comprehensive Plan - Survey
The town of Summerton is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan, as required by SC laws. The Comprehensive Plan is a document that describes the history, current state, and future vision for the community. It acts as a road map to guide future gr...

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Local Clarendon County High School Varsity Baseball Schedules & Stats - Spring 2017
out the upcoming schedule, results, and statistics on your favorite
local Clarendon County SC, high
school Baseball teams at MAXPREPS.Com Clarendon
Hall Saints - Varsity Boys Baseball Team Clarendon
Hall Saints - Varsity Girls Softball Team Scotts

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America Boats Safety Course
On March 11, Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 12-01 will be
presenting a one day introductory boating course, America Boats Safely. This
fun and informative course is certified by the SC Department of Natural
Resources (DNR). Successful completion will award ...

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Extraterrestrials and UFO Sightings Around Santee Cooper Lake Country in S.C.
Recently, seven Earth-size worlds were
found orbiting a nearby star and NASA has determined that they could
hold alien life. Following up on this story, our small but intrepid
staff at Summerton Weekly News immediately flew to Puerto Rico to
visit the Arace...

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Black History in Clarendon County and South Carolina
Times and Democrat Newspaper in Orangeburg, S.C., previously published an excellent series of articles on the chronology of Black History in
South Carolina. The author of the series, Richard Reid, is president
of the Orangeburg Historical and Genealogic...

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Smart Tents and Hi-Tech Camping around Santee Cooper Country
Going camping? Next time, think about visiting the Santee
Cooper Lake Country in South Carolina. If you are not traveling in a Recreational Vehicle (RV), you might want to bring along a ‘smart’ tent and some of the following hi-tech camping gear. Those of y...

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Prominent Citizens from Historic Clarendon County, S.C.
Some of the
most prominent names in Clarendon County today such as Cantey, DuBose,
Gaillard, Des Champs, Richbourg, Lesesne, McFaddin, Guerry, Millette, Sprott,
and Mouzon have their origins with the early settlers who came up the Santee
River from coastal ...

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US Intelligence Report Released on Russian Activities in Recent US Election Process
Excerpt from NPR Article : The public version of the intelligence report on the investigation
into Russia's interference in the U.S. elections concludes that Russian
President Vladimir Putin personally ordered the "influence campaign."   Download and read...

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Long Range Plans and Strategies for Small Town Success
was recently reading an article on “ Strategies for
Small Town Success .” It stated that leaders in struggling rural
communities and small towns often pin their hopes for economic
prosperity on the recruitment of a large manufacturing plant to
“save” thei...
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