Scholars, Dollars & Chocolates a Sweet Deal for Dessert Fans and College Students Alike

Scholars_Dollars_chocolates_WebImage_copyIf you crave chocolate sensations and are inspired by making a meaningful impact on the lives of others, you can literally have your cake and eat it too while dancing the night away during Limestone College's Scholars, Dollars & Chocolates Scholarship Banquet scheduled for September 30 at 7 p.m. in the Broad River Electric Cooperative auditorium (811 Hamrick Street, Gaffney).

Now in its fourth year, Scholars, Dollars & Chocolates can make college education dreams a reality for Cherokee County students.

"Every penny raised through the banquet supports the Cherokee County Scholarship Program," said Tisha Thompson, Director of Development at Limestone."Through the program, we are able to award each Cherokee County day student attending Limestone $1,500 annual scholarships based solely upon their county residency.

Limestone Exhibits Mixed-Media Paintings by 2005 Graduate
"Wino Street" by Susan Dunn '05

Limestone College is hosting a 13-piece solo exhibition of works by alumna Susan Dunn. Although untitled, the exhibit features a collection of abstract paintings of landscapes and cityscapes using mixed-media including oil, acrylic and NuPastels.

The exhibit, which will run through October 22nd, is housed in the A.J. Eastwood Library Gallery. Gallery hours are 8:30 a.m.-10 p.m. and admission is free and open to the public.

Zimbabwe Natives Ready to Make Their Mark in Limestone Field Hockey

By Scott Powell (Gaffney Ledger )

Bernice Jere (left), Lindsay Jackson (Head Coach for Saints women's Field Hockey), and Tanya Jensen.

Tanya Jansen and Bernice Jere were playing in a national hockey festival in southern California last year when their college destiny took a major turn.

The Zimbabwe national team members met their new field hockey coach during a social event at the "Festival of Tours," the world's largest amateur hockey event. The California sporting event featured 225 teams from 24 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and Zimbabwe.
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