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Women’s club luncheon Sept. 19
LAKE WYLIE The River Hills Women’s Club will meet Wednesday, Sept. 19, at River Hills Country Club.
The group will welcome new RHCC General Manager Jim Sutton, and interest groups will be introduced, followed by sign-ups.
Meetings and luncheons are held the third Wednesday of the month. Membership is open to River Hills residents and club members. Call 803-831-2018.
FORT MILL The Ballroom Dance Club will host a dance from 7:30 to 10:25 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at the Oak Room at Fort Mill Golf Club, 101 Country Club Drive.
The club is celebrating 40 years of dancing to American social ballroom dance music. Music will be provided by DJ Rich Brausch.
Guests of all skill levels, beginners to experienced, are welcome. Cost is $2.50 for each member and $5 for each guest. First-time visitors admitted free. Dress code is dressy casual. Call 803-324-2356 or visit theballroomdanceclub.com.
Rotary district leader to speak Sept. 25
LAKE WYLIE Lake Wylie Rotary Club hosts District Gov. Kim Grambling Sept. 25 during its noon Tuesday meeting at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5220 Crowders Cove Lane.
Guests are welcome. Lunch, catered by Christopher’s, costs $9.
For more information, visit lwrotaryclub.org.
GOP National leader to speak Sept. 28
LAKE WYLIE Cindy Costa, Republican National Committeewoman for South Carolina, will be the featured speaker at the Sept. 28 monthly meeting of the Clover-Lake Wylie Republican Women at River Hills Country Club. Several members of the state Legislature will attend.
Involved in the Republican Party since the 1976 Ronald Reagan-Gerald Ford Republican primary race, Costa has served the Republican party in various capacities for 25 years.
A resident of Charleston, Costa has served the GOP at local, state and national levels. In Charleston County, she has served as precinct chair/committeewoman since 1983; party secretary; party state executive committeewoman; 2nd vice chair; CCRWC current chaplain founding member; and fundraiser/contributor to local candidates.
For the state party, she has served as secretary; first vice chairman; Charleston County state executive committeewoman; fundraiser/contributor to statewide candidates; and as founder of the SCWW Excellence in Public Service Series.
Before becoming a S.C. Republican National Committeewoman in 1996 and the current vice chair RNC Rules Committee, Costa served as alternate delegate to the 1992 and 1996 Republican National Convention; delegate to the 2000 and 2004 National Convention; a 2002/2003 presidential appointee to the United Nations; and fundraiser/contributor to national candidates.
As Republican National committeewoman, Costa’s goals include “working continually to recruit, equip and elect qualified candidates who adhere to the core principles of the Republican Party; serve as a unifying member of the state GOP; and interact more directly with each SC GOP member.”
York County Councilman Bruce Henderson and John Rinehart, candidates for County Council District 2, and Sen. Wes Hayes also will attend as part of the program.
Guests, both women and men, are invited, but reservations are required. An 11:30 a.m. social will be followed by lunch at noon and speaker at 12:30 p.m. A question-and-answer session will conclude the program.
Cost of the luncheon is $17 per person. To reserve a seat with or without lunch (please specify), call 803-831-1814 by Sept. 25 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To join the Clover Lake Wylie Republican Women, call 803-831-1814.
Agape hosts coupon class
ROCK HILL Agape Senior Assisted Living, 1785 Lexington Commons Drive, hosts Coupon Mama class from 1 to 3 p.m. Sept. 29.
Tickets cost $10, with proceeds going to The Alzheimer’s Association. Call 803-517-2021 or email email@example.com.
Clover Club gives
CLOVER The Clover Club held its annual Clover Club Invitation Golf Tournament May 27-29 at Spring Lake Country Club in York, helping nine Clover School District students to participate in a six-day camp at Bethelwoods.
Working with Marcia Dickson in the school district’s special services department, the Clover Club was able to identify students who otherwise would not be able to attend a summer camp. Including nine students this summer, the club has sent 20 students to camp the past three years.
Lions announce benefit dinner auction plans
LAKE WYLIE River Hills Lions Club announces plans for its annual River Hills/Lake Wylie EMS Benefit Dinner set for 6 p.m. Oct. 13 at River Hills Country Club.
The them is “Putting on the Glitz” and includes a silent auction, including a 17-foot Hunter sailboat, numbered paintings, furniture, jewelry and more. For the first time, items may be viewed and bid on in advance online at riverhillslionsyellowpages.org. Email bids to firstname.lastname@example.org.
View items in person Oct. 12 to 4 p.m. Oct. 13 at the club in the Promenade Room.
To donate items for auctions, call 803-371-8083.
Friends of Park announce events
KINGS MOUNTAIN Friends of Kings Mountain State Park announce the following upcoming events:
• Trail Ride and Camp Out, Oct. 12-14. Family oriented event. Register by Oct. 5. Call 704-517-9688 or email email@example.com.
• Board meeting, 6:30 p.m. Oct. 15, Camp York, Kings Mountain State Park. Nominations for 2013 officers.
• Haunted Farm, Oct. 27. Halloween activities at the Living History Farm in Kings Mountain State Park. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• NATRC Ride, Nov. 2-4. Call 704-937-3300 or email email@example.com.
Event volunteers needed and new members welcome. Visit friendsofkingsmountainstatepark.org/.
Lions get ready for Candy Days
TEGA CAY The Tega Cay Lions Club will hold its annual Candy Days donation drive, along with more than 5,000 Lions Club members across South Carolina, giving away free candy mints in exchange for donations Oct. 26-27 at Walmart and Harris Teeter in Tega Cay.
Local merchants and others interested in supporting the club’s effort are encouraged to purchase a case (240 rolls) of candy mints from a Lions Club member for $85. Call 803-396-0516.
Girls on the Run registering
YORK COUNTY Girls on the Run of the Tri County, presented by Piedmont Medical Center, is gearing up for its fall season. Registration is open for the season, and finishes with the Reindeer Romp on Dec. 1.
Girls on the Run is an after-school program that uses the power of running to help prepare girls for a lifetime of self respect and healthy living. During the 20 after-school sessions. girls are empowered with self awareness, a sense of achievement and a foundation in team building.
To find locations, days and times and registration information, please check the website at gotrtricountysc.org.
To volunteer, call 803-802-7210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join MOMS Club
in Lake Wylie
LAKE WYLIE The MOMS Club of Lake Wylie-Clover meets monthly in Lake Wylie.
This is a social group, and everyone is welcome to join.
For more information, email email@example.com; visit Meetup.com, search for “MOMS Club of Lake Wylie, SC;” or call 803-619-9228.
Sweet Repeat seeks member volunteers
LAKE WYLIE Sweet Repeat Charitable Foundation seeks volunteers to work two to six hours a month at the Sweet Repeat Shop in the Lake Wylie Plaza behind Fred’s.
Membership applications are being accepted. Call 803-831-0225 for more information.
Yoga Club welcomes all
The Charlotte Yoga Club in Fort Mill and Lake Wylie brings $5 yoga, Budokon and Pilates classes to the area. There’s no cost to join at meetup.com/charlotteyogaclub.
Art Guild meets monthly
ROCK HILL The Catawba River Art Guild meets at 10 a.m. the second Wednesday of each month at the Arts Council of York County, 121 E. Main St.
Annual dues to become a guild member cost $5. For more information about the guild, call 803-324-1538 or 803-327-5065.
Send club news and photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submission deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday prior to intended Tuesday publication date.