• Buck Harvey, PA-C, and Neal Shealy, MD, of Beaufort Memorial Harrison Peeples Health Care Center in Varnville, were jointly presented the South Carolina Office of Rural Health (SCORH) 2017 Pioneer of the Year Award at an awards luncheon held during the organization’s 21st Annual Rural Health Conference in Greenville on October 11.

Sports

NORTH DISTRICT MIDDLE SCHOOL CELEBRATED ITS 2017 HOMECOMING/PARENTS NIGHT ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, WITH A 36-8 WIN OVER EDISTO MIDDLE SCHOOL.

THE EVENING’S FESTIVITIES BEGAN BEFORE THE FOOTBALL GAME WITH EACH ATHLETE FROM THE VOLLEYBALL TEAM, FOOTBALL TEAM, AND CHEERLEADING SQUAD AND HIS/HER PARENTS BEING RECOGNIZED ON THE FIELD.

AT HALFTIME, THE CROWNING OF THE HOMECOMING QUEENS AND THEIR COURT, THE RECOGNITION OF THE 7TH AND 8TH GRADE MISS CONGENIALITY, AND THE AWARDING OF THE PRINCIPAL’S AWARDS TOOK PLACE.

Community

The Dancing Sensations held their first showcase on Saturday, Sept. 16, at the Hampton County Recreation Center and organizers say it was the talk of the town. Founder and instructor, Letshia Brown, and her assistant, Cynquetta Luat, really put in a lot of time and effort to make this showcase a success and it was amazing, they add. The girls really did show up and show out in their awesome uniforms.

Dancing Sensations will be having tryouts at 5 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the Hampton County Recreation Center.  Girls ages 10  to 18 are invited to come join this sisterhood.