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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Aiken, South CarolinaVol. 147, no. 169 Aiken . Y o u r l o c a l n e w s s o u r c e s i n c e 1 8 6 7 75? thursday june 18, 2015 Calendar .5c classifieds. 4b crossword .4c comics .3c dear Abby .4c editorials. 13a Horoscope .4c living on the go .1c lottery. 3a movies .5c sports. 1b television .2c Chance of storms. High 97. Low 73. Complete 5-Day forecast 6c general offices .803-648-2311 newsroom .803-644-2401 Index Contact us Dorothy Chalker Hathcox Augusta or. Kenneth Norwood Owens Aiken Grady h. Stokes Aiken deaths and funerals 6a area deaths weather Matt Nesmith set for . Open debut 1b does Moniz weighs in on sri 7a by Darlene Superville associated press Washington . Never married Republican sen. Lindsey Graham a snot far off the historical Mark when he said he might have a rotating first lady if his Long shot presidential bid ends with his elec Tion. Daughters daughters in Law Sis ters and nieces All have subbed As first lady for americans Bachelor and widowed presidents. James Buchanan a Democrat who served one term just before the civil War never married. His Niece har Riet Lane filled the first Ladys role. Grover Cleveland a Democrat who served two no consecutive terms after the War started his first term As a Bachelor and ended it As a married Man. His sister Rose was the Host Ess until Cleveland wed 21-year-old Frances Folsom a year into his first term. The scenario that Graham outlined in an interview with daily mail on line is not without precedent but it sure has been a Long time said Robert Watson an american studies professor at Lynn University in Boca Raton Florida. Not since Woodrow Wilson in the Early 1900s, has a president been without a first lady. Its been a Century basically since weave had this kind of a Situa Tion Watson said. Rotating first lady not a new concept file staff photo by Derrek Asberry . Sen. Lindsey Graham r-., said his sister could play the role of first lady if the Bachelor lawmaker is successful in his bid for the White House. By Larry Wood with the theme illuminate this years Camp invention is shining the Light on science technology engineering and mathematics or Stem for 110 elementary school students from Aiken and neighbouring counties. For students entering first through sixth Grade the we Klong Day Camp at us Aikens Ruth Pat Rick science education Center Fosters innovation and creativity in a fun atmosphere while helping children build self esteem teamwork persistence and goal setting skills. We Are thrilled to be offering Camp invention to students in our Community and developing skills that ensure Bright futures for our participants said John Hutchens director of special programs for about 18 years at the Ruth Patrick Center. We Are molding inventors innovators and entrepreneurs and instilling creative problem solving which sets this Camp apart from the rest. Using their imaginations and their inventive minds the children participate in real world problem solving challenges build things take things apart and explore different types of technology in five different modules which the Young students rotate through each Day. Staff photos by Cindy Kubovic wearing protective goggles and funny hats for crazy hats Day Samantha Ferrell and Gabi Layfield design a prototype of a video game while to the right Carly Brown 5, Alana Brown 6, Olivia Reesor 6, and Volunteer Katie Johnson right show off their creation made from recycled newspapers. By Derrek Asberry the South Carolina supreme court decided wednesday that the City of North Augusta did violate Freedom of information Laws while deliberating the project Jackson proposal but that the project can move Forward because there were no Laws broken in setting up the financing of the project. The Case of Steve Donohue v. The City of North Augusta mayor Lark Jones and the North Augusta City Council went before the states highest court on May 5. Donohue sought to prove violations by the City in proving blight in a tax in Crement financing or Tif District and violations of the Freedom of information act. The court ruled wednesday that the City broke foia Law stating that Council voted to go into a closed executive ses Sion to discuss contractual issues without addressing the specific purpose of the session. Project Jackson can move Forward . Supreme court rules Camp invention Sparks Camp invention illuminates Young minds inside improper meetings foia violations May prove costly for North Augusta 14a please see Jackson Page 14a please see Camp Page 9a please see concept Page 9a as05-1333250

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