Clover Woman’s Club to meet

April 7, 2013 

Clover club to meet Thursday

The Clover Woman’s Club will meet at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at the home of Neel Cypher, 811 Belwood Drive.

The club will have a program about the Clover Biblical Release Studies, presented by Brenda Boyd and Ginger Bowman. Judy Lark is hostess.

Call 803-222-9398 for more information.

Pancake Breakfast served Saturday

The Rock Hill Lions Club will hold a Pancake Breakfast from 8 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at Fatz Cafe on Heckle Boulevard.

The proceeds will help provide exams and eyeglasses for children and adults in the community.

Tickets cost $7 for adults, $4 for children younger than 11. Tickets may be purchased at the door or by calling 803-325-2133.

Optimists offer oratorical contest

The Clover Optimist Club oratorical scholarship program will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at the Clover club. The topic is “Why my voice is important.”

For information, call 803-684-2008 or email sknnll@aol.com.

Soccer in Lake Wylie focus of Rotary meeting

Todd Sykes of Lake Wylie Athletic Association will talk about soccer at noon April 16 Lake Wylie Rotary Club meeting at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5220 Crowders Cove Lane.

Upcoming speakers include: Georgia Oakes, Rotary Leadership Institute Facilitator, April 23; and Laurie Helms and Thad Fisher from the Rock Hill Outdoor Center and Giordana Velodrome, April 30.

Guests are welcome. Lunch, catered by Christopher’s, costs $9. For more information, visit lwrotaryclub.org.

Learn about Catawba history April 16

York County Genealogical and Historical Society will be at 7 p.m. April 16 at Carol Ray Dowling Center, Hubbard Drive, on the campus of USC-Lancaster.

The York County Genealogical and Historical Society will join with two Lancaster groups, the Katawba Valley Land Trust and the Native American Studies Center at USC-Lancaster, to present a program on the history and archaeology of the Catawba Indian Nation. The presenter will be Dr. Stephen Davis, associate director of the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at UNC-Chapel Hill. His work has focused on six Catawba settlements that were occupied between about 1750 and 1820: Nassaw-Weyapee, Charraw Town, Old Town, Ayers Town, New Town and the Bowers Site.

Davis, one of the leading authorities on Catawba Indian history, has held several archaeological digs in Lancaster and York counties. His talk is titled “A Decade of Archaeological Investigations in the Old Catawba Nation.”

Get party tips at April 17 luncheon

The next luncheon of the River Hills Women’s Club will be held April 17 at River Hills Country Club.

Olivia Fortson, reporter for the Charlotte Observer’s “Scene and Heard” column, will talk about party tips.

Cocktails and sign-in begin at noon, with lunch served at 12:30 p.m. and program following at 1 p.m.

Make a reservation by calling 803-831-2018 or email rhwcmembership@gmail.com.

New 4-H club forming

The Clemson Extension Service York County 4-H will sponsor a new 4-H Community Club at Academy Christian School in Rock Hill. Focus areas for the club will be livestock and gardening projects.

The club will meet after school once a month at the school on 129 Border Road. Wendy Lipe will be the club leader. Interested youth must register as 4-H member with a $10 membership fee and a $1 insurance fee.

For more information, visit the office at 120 N. Congress St., York, or call 803-684-9919.

Lake Wylie home tour April 27

The 28th annual Clover/Lake Wylie Home and Garden Tour will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 27, sponsored by Clover/Lake Wylie Republican Women’s Club.

This year’s them is “Living Leisurely in Lake Wylie,” reflecting the homes and gardens featuring spacious designs with room for relaxation, entertainment and recreation.

Proceeds go to a $2,500 scholarship for a qualified Clover High School senior.

There also will be a $15 per person buffet luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at River Hills Country Club that will include a fashion show presented by Chico’s and men’s wear from the golf shop.

Tickets cost $20 per person, available in advance at The Cleaners, Lake Wylie Plaza, and at River Hills Plantation front gate the day of the event. Luncheon tickets will be available in the dining room of the club on the day of the tour. Call 803-831-7543 or 803-831-8278 for more information.

Sweet Repeat seeks volunteers, members

Sweet Repeat Charitable Foundation seeks volunteers for two to six hours a month to work at the Sweet Repeat Shop at Lake Wylie Plaza behind Fred’s.

All proceeds benefit charities in the local area.

Club membership applications are being accepted and are available at the store.

Call 803-831-0490 for more information.

Join MOMS Club in Lake Wylie

MOMS Club, a social group serving ZIP codes 29710 and 29745, offers opportunities for moms and children to join together and enjoy fun activities.

For more information, email momsclublkw@gmail.com or visit Meetup.com and search for “MOMS Club of Lake Wylie, SC.”

Art Guild meets monthly

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.

Play bridge Wednesdays

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Play bridge Wednesdays at Good Samaritan United Methodist Church, 5220 Crowders Cove Lane.

For more information or to learn how to play bridge, call 704-995-3190 or 704-995-3193. Visit carolinabridge.com for more information.

Send club news and photos to news@lakewyliepilot.com. Submission deadline is 5 p.m. Wednesday prior to intended Tuesday publication date.

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