Combining faith, grit, soapy labor and a lot of hot dog preparation and salesmanship, a determined cohort of about 30 youngsters in North Charleston is striving to raise money for an annual mission trip to Troy, Ohio, next month.
Ladies, leave your troubles — and your guys (which, admittedly, may not be mutually exclusive) — behind next month for an evening of good times, good company and a good cause.
North Charleston artist Sandra Wright will lead a “Mastering the Art of Oils” painting class for eight students, beginning later this month and continuing weekly through the end of August.
Presidents often say things that make some people upset. President George Bush got broccoli growers steamed when he said he didn’t like broccoli as a kid, because his mother forced him to eat it. He declared, as President of the United States, he wasn’t going to eat it anymore.
There was an old sour cherry tree in my yard when I moved here. There were so many cherries that I invested in a cherry stoner. I froze cherries. I made pies and jam. One day, the old cherry tree blew over. For years, I have been without fresh sour cherries.
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