Four- to 12-year-olds have enjoyed exciting summers of fun and learning in Thornwell’s MOMENTUM summer day program for the past three years. Now, Thornwell is accepting registrations for this year’s program, which begins June 5.
On Monday, March 20, at 7:30 p.m., in Edmunds Hall, Presbyterian College will present a piano recital by Dr. Karen Wisser Buckland, professor of music. The recital is free and open to the public.
AUBURN, Ala. – Trailing 8-4 entering its final at-bat, the Presbyterian College baseball rallied for seven runs in the ninth inning to pull of the comeback 11-8 win over Auburn on Friday afternoon at Plainsman Park in Auburn, Ala. PC trailed 7-0 after the second inning but allowed just three hits the rest of the way, as they outscored the Tigers 11-1 in the final seven innings to improve to 9-7 on the season.
Before accepting the resignation of City Manager Frank Stovall, Clinton City Council couldn’t come to an agreement about fixing streets at its meeting Monday evening.
Laurens District High School golf opened the season on Monday with a win over Clinton High School at Lakeside Country Club.
Clinton City Manager Frank Stovall informed City Council on Monday night that he has accepted a position in Virginia.
The 39th annual Community Prayer Breakfast sponsored by Clinton High School and Clinton Middle School Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Clinton Family YMCA will be held March 6-10 at Clinton High School.
GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Presbyterian College baseball team fell to a hot hitting Michigan State team, 10-2, on Saturday afternoon at Furman’s Latham Stadium in Greenville, S.C. The Blue Hose fall to 6-6 on the season with the Spartans improving to 8-1 on the year.
Broad Street United Methodist, First Baptist-Clinton and First Presbyterian-Clinton are coming together to offer Community Lenten Luncheons during the 2017 Lenten season.