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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - July 1, 2003, Aiken, South Carolina
Malken today school supplies drive / of j \ Woodside realty and the United Way of Aiken county Are currently taking donations for school supplies such As Book bags calculators composition books notebook paper pens pencils notebooks Etc. Donations will be accepted a Woodside realty. For More information Contact Chris Slaughter at 648-8331. Page edited by Kimberley Kirkey tuesday. July 1,2003 3a tuesday a. Lottery monday s winning numbers pick 3 34-0 pick 4 0-9-3-1 wednesday s estimated Power Ball Jackpot $165,000,000 or $94,100,000 Georgia lottery monday s winning numbers Cash 3 midday 8-4-0 Cash 3 evening 8-8-0 Cash 4 midday 9-3-8-2 Cash 4 evening 7-0-8-7 fantasy 5 6-8-9-14-23 change game h-7-6-8-8-x change game j-3-4-5-1-x change game t-8-5-6-4-z upcoming events what Palmetto kiwanis club monthly meeting when noon where Eejay a Contact Man Ellen Palker at 649-5837 a a a what Eulalie Salley amp co. Realtors meeting when 7-8 . Where 108 Laurens St. New Contact 648-7851 wednesday aaa what meeting for those interested in becoming a real estate agent when 7-8 . Where Eulalie Salley amp co. Realtors 108 Laurens St. New Contact 648-7851thursday aaa what sons of Confederate veterans general Joe Wheeler Camp of Aiken meeting when 7 . Where up your Alley restaurant briefly Deposit for a scan strip to new York due today the University of South Carolina Aiken department of continuing education will be hosting a trip to new York on oct. 2-5. Us Aiken representatives will be the escorts during the trip to the a big trip participants will enjoy performances of the award winning musicals a a Gypsy on thursday evening and a thoroughly modern Millie on Friday evening. The trip will include personal time for shopping sightseeing theater and dining. The Cost for this trip is $879 per person based on double occupancy for three nights at the Days hotel located in the heart of the theater District. Round trip airfare from Atlanta International Airport on Delta airlines with transportation to and from Atlanta As Well As transportation to and from the Airport in new York is also included. A Deposit of $350 per person is required by july i 2d03. For More information to receive a brochure or to Register Call the office of continuing education at 803 641-3288 or visit the website at area i summer school registration begins today registration for area i Middle school summer school will be held on tuesday july i from 9 . And from 4-6 . Late registration will be held on wednesday july 2, from 8-11 . A $25 late registration fee will be charged. Payment must be made in full at registration by Cash or Money order. Checks will not be accepted. Sty of character Aiken s character trait for the month of july is dependability. Contact Ken temples at 648-6289friday a a a what fourth of july celebre Tion when 2 . Where Post 5877, Highway 19 South Contact 652-3012 a a a what fourth of july Barbecue dinner when lla.m.-3p.m. Where Aiken county recreation Center . Highway i Contact Helen at 663-6142monday a a a what cheer leading Camp for children age 5-13 when 8 -4 , through july to where Gregg parti civic Center Contact 663-7552 a a a what Parris Island band performance when 7 . Where homelands gardens what a ahead in your amp ten amp Tan Bart a wednesday swim meet hounds Lake is. Woodside sport aft a Friday the latest in the world of entertainment Sites amp sounds in Contact 642-7631 a a a what Musca College of continuing education kids in College summer Camp a cultures around the world when 1-4 ., through july la where us Aiken Contact Laura Anderson at 641-3563 or Jean Hayes at 641-3288 aaa what Henry Tyler chapter of the colonial Dames xvii Century meeting when 11 30 . Where Eden gardens aaa what girl scouts Day Camp when 8 -4 ., through july la where girl scouts Aiken hut Contact 800-997-2472july 8 aaa what presentation entitled a dealing with memory impair ment and dementia How alzheimer a association can help when 6 30 . Where Cumberland Village aaa what Ben and keeters puppet show when 7 . Where Aiken county Public Library Contact Jennifer Deal at 642-7585 to get an announcement listed in the upcoming events include All needed information and mail to Aiken Standard events to. Box 456, Aiken . 29802 or Call the newsroom at 803 648-2311.fishing with dad United Way sets 2003 goal less than last year submitted photo catching real fish. Trying their Luck at fishing in a Clearwater Pond Friday evening Are John anger and his daughter Renata 2. When asked by her father about what Type of fish she wanted to catch Renata explained a a real summer pictures submit your vacation photos or summer fun pics to the Aiken Standard . Box 456, Aiken so 29802 or email to editorial @ by Rob Novit staff writer the United Way of Aiken county has set its 2003 fundraising goal at about $2.62 million a nearly $130,000 less than a year ago. A we have to be realistic a said Campaign chairman William Price. A the division chairs met with the staff and we have to consider where we Are economically in the United Way provides funds for More than 30 service agencies and organizations in Aiken county a among them children a place children s place and Tri development. Its staff and volunteers reached its $2.75 million goal in 2002, but Price acknowledged that it was a struggle. A we done to want to shoot for the Moon but my Hope is that we will still Knock the top off the goal a Price said. United Way director Michael Williamson echoed prices optimism for the new Campaign which will kick off thursday sept. 4 at the North Augusta Community Center. A we have a Public goal that everybody feels comfortable with a said Williamson. A but we re looking far beyond that number. The reality is that we have far greater in 2001 the Agency raised $2.93 million a a whopping $220,000 Over the goal that portraits of the Pas share your old photos recognize anyone or anything in the picture have More information about the people or places of you do please let us know. Of you have interesting photos that document the history of the faces and. Places in Aiken county please allow us to display them submit a photo or provide information about one that has run in portraits of the past Call Kimberley Kirkey at 648-2311, ext. 212. Readers May have to wait up to 30 Days for a picture to appear. Name note Stasac Williamson graduates from Hospital corps school Navy Hospital Man recruit Layunia n. Williamson daughter of Evelyn d. Williamson and Erie ,1. Price of Aiken recently graduated from the Basic Hospital it it rpm school at naval Hospital corps school. Great lakes us Wiliamson is a 2002 graduate of Aiken High school and joined the Navy in november 2002. Saulsberry graduates from bask to mantling pvt. Earnest Saulsberry or. Recently graduated from Basic i training at fort Jackson. He is the son of Earnest and Rosetta Sauls Berry of Aiken and the Nephew of James and Toylene Royal. Saulsberry he is a graduate of year. But that level of support May have been an anomaly Williamson said. A some things we could see coming a he said. Quot some companies have had to file bankruptcy and Arentt in position to do employee campaigns or cooperate gifts. Because of state budget cuts government agencies Are looking at shrinking workforces. But we still feel there is potential out there As some companies Are experiencing the service providers Are seeing higher demands for their services in a difficult Economy said Williamson. People get Laid off and abuse increases As Well As the excessive use of alcohol and other substances. A a lot of folks in our Community May be one paycheck away from being in line for some Type of service a said Williamson. Based on his conversations with volunteers and staff said Price he expects them to go into the Campaign with a lot of Energy. A with things being As they Are Quot said Price Quot we will have to do things a Little bit differently. We try to do the personal touch but Well enhance that even More. Our volunteers will be doing More calling on friends and neighbors. Well have to kick it up a Contact Rob Novit at photo submitted by Cecil Raborn this is a 1944 photograph of Cecil Raborn Center with a group of his friends. He was 8 in this photo. Arkansas City High school Arkansas City Kansas. Hats earns Dean s list honors at Radford University Cameron Louise Hassol Aiken has been named to the Spring semester Dean s list at Radford University. He is the son of or. And mrs Jeff t. Hass of Aiken and is a senior Art major at the University Scott earns Dean s list honors at the Citadel Christopher let Scott of Jackson was named to the Deans list at the Citadel. The military College of South Star Olina for the Spring semester of 2002-2003. Scott is the son of or. And mrs. Lee Vernon Scott and the grandson of the late Carrol Cockrell and Edward l. Scott or. Local students graduate from Tho Citadel the following local residents received degrees from the Citadel the military College of South Carolina Ken Neth Hansen Henkes Franklyn Clay Howard or. And Richard Anthony Logan All of Aiken Ronald Cecil Hammett or. Of Graniteville and Joseph William Rohe Iii of North Tan bark main number 648-2311 j fax number 648-6052 office hours 8 30 .-5 30 monday fonday newsroom e mail editorial Aikens Tanc Ard com extensions local news ext. 218 features ext. 218 sports a ext. 220 publisher s number the publisher has responsibility Tor All Aiken Standard departments Scott b. Hunter can be reached at 648-2311 Extension 203 email Shunter @ the Aiken Standard Assn 0893-2557established in 1887, is published weekday afternoons and saturday and sunday mornings by Aiken communications inc to Box 456 326 Rutland drive Aiken s c29802 pen Odi cals postage paid at Aiken. postmaster Send address changes to the Aiken Standard to Box 456, Aiken . 29802 subscription rates Patty a sunday Carrier collected $2 38/wk, billed every four weeks office pay discounted rates 12 weeks -$28 50 26 weeks $60 of 52 weeks -$114 Oce pay $ 9.25 per month direct debit weekends for Sun Carrier collected $1.58/wk. Billed every tour weeks office pay discounted rates 12 weeks -$19 80 26 weeks $39 of 52 weeks -$75 60 Zipay $6 30 per month direct debit 12 weeks -$66 46 26 weeks $144 of 52 weeks -$288.60 delivery problem expect your paper by 5 p in weekdays and 7 a in on weekends of not please Call 649-5315. Hours 5 30 7 of weekdays 7 a.rn.-11 a in week ends
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