Limestone Hosts African-American Museum-on-Wheels
Patrons enjoy the Sankofa African-American Museum on Wheels

In celebration of Black History Month, Limestone College hosted the Sankofa African-American Museum on Wheels.

The exhibit of artifacts of rich African-American history was on display in the Stephenson Banquet Room February 11. The event, which was free and open to the public, attracted a host of visitors from the campus and community.

SGA Continues Community Outreach

Left to right: Donta Ingram (freshman from Sumter); Kelly LaLonde (junior from Rochester, NY); Terri Dennis, Director of Meals-on-Wheels; Chelsea Treat (sophomore from Penn Yan, NY); and Nicholas Shumate (junior from Rock Hill, SC).

On January 31, representatives of the Limestone College Student Government Association presented the Cherokee County Meals-on-Wheels with a check for $240.

With this amount, Meals-on-Wheels will be able to feed 100 people in need who live in Cherokee County.

The funds donated do not come from any budget; rather the SGA members donate the money themselves.

Saints pick Up Huge Win in Nationally Televised Game

cbs_college_sportsBefore a raucous crowd in the Timken Center and a nationally televised audience, the Limestone Lady Saints Basketball Team knocked-off Conference Carolinas foe Mt. Olive by a final score of 74-68.

The game, broadcasted nationally on CBS College Sports and, set a Timken Center attendance record for the NCAA Division II era.


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