Extended Campus Graduate Named Columbia Chief of Police
Limestone Alumnus and Columbia (SC) Police Chief Randy Scott ''06
During the latter part of 2010, things became very busy in the life of Randy Scott '06. Before that, he was busy enough as a 16-year veteran with the Richland County (SC) Sheriff's Office.

But on October 4, he took a telephone call asking if he would be interested in moving to the nearby Columbia Police Department to serve as its Chief of Police. Since then, things haven't been quite the same for him. But he's quick to proclaim he would not have it any other way.

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.

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