The LYDIA RED SOX BASEBALL TEAM is seeking players 15 years of age and up for the new season. For more information or to apply, call Luke Arthur at 843-858-2332.



MAY 23


Carolina Pines Regional Medical Center will present a Lunch & Learn on SKIN CANCER AWARENESS with Dr. Patrick Sizemore, general surgeon, on Thursday, May 23, from 12 to 1 p.m. at the CPRMC education room, 1304 W. Bobo Newsom Hwy., Hartsville. RSVP at 843-339-4563.



MAY 24


The KELLY MILLER CIRCUS is coming to Hartsville Friday, May 24, with performances at 5:30 and 8 p.m. at Byerly Park. Tickets are on sale now online and will be available at the door. This event is sponsored by the Community Foundation for a Better Hartsville.

The DARLINGTON COUNTY VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICE will host its fourth annual cook-out on May 24 at the American Legion Post 13 located at 1752 Harry Byrd Hwy., Darlington, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The American Legion posts within Darlington County have partnered with the Veterans Affairs Office in this event. We cordially invite our Darlington County veterans to show our appreciation for their service. There will be hot dogs, sausage dogs, barbeque sandwiches, chips, drinks, and door prizes. Please call the Darlington County Veterans Affairs Office at 843-398-4130 with any questions.

MAY 25


The SONOCO MEN’S CLUB will celebrate 59 years of gospel entertainment on Saturday, May 25, at 4 p.m. at the Center Theater, 212 N. Fifth Street, in downtown Hartsville. The event will feature live entertainment by the BJs Gospel Singer of Timmonsville, the T.B. Thomas Male Chorus of Latta, and the Spiritual Uplifters of Sumter. For more information, please call Charles Mayshack  843-861-1538 or Deacon Eugene Thompson at 843-332-2352.

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will present its SECOND ANNUAL CLASSIC AUTO SHOW on Saturday, May 25, at the old Hartsville shopping center at 2221 West Bobo Newsom Highway, Hartsville. All proceeds will go to FCA Ministry. Entry fee is $20. The first 150 entries will receive a complimentary dash plaque, goodie bag, lunch, show book and a door prize ticket. Other activities will include, homemade ice cream, gospel music, barbecue bag lunch fundraiser, oldies but goodies, youth fundraiser, burnout show and raffle ticket drawings. For more information or to preregister, call any of the following: Bootsie Griggs, 843-307-1106; Jay Newsome, 843-861-0641; Scotty McAteer, 843-639-7074; Wade Harris, 843-858-9135; Daniel Henderson, 843-861-6869; Jamie O’Neal, 843-287-3991.



MAY 27

A MEMORIAL DAY Day of Thanks will be held at Darlington Memory Gardens, 2071 E. BoBo Newsome Highway, Hartsville, on Monday, May 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will feature free food, fun, gospel singing by the Rev. Rickey Stuckey and the Sonoco Men’s Club. For more information, call Delois Gibson at 843-332-3311.




The SWAMP FOX QUILTERS GUILD monthly meeting will be held on Thursday, June 6, at 10 a.m. at the Hartsville Museum, located at 222 N. Fifth St., Hartsville.  This will be the opening of the guild’s annual challenge exhibit, “Through the Eye of the Needle.” Members are reminded of the change of time and place.





The art of great gospel music returns to Pride Park 630 S. 6th St. on Sunday, June 9, with the GOSPEL IN THE PARK SERIES. In recognition Men's Health Month, the event will feature a mini health fair, blood pressure screenings, BMI, prostate cancer information and more. A devotional service will be led by Pastor Debbie Bowen-Davis and The Agape Fellowship AME Church Family of McBee. Live gospel entertainment will be by Bobby Wilson and the Chosen Ones of Bishopville, the  Soulful Messengers of Kingstree, and national gospel recording artist Helen Miller-Best, known as The Gospel Whirlwind, singing all her hit gospel songs. Bring your lawn chairs and an open heart. For information, call Sister Barbara Carraway at 843-409-5241.






The Greater Hartsville Chamber of Commerce’s 2019 Outlook Series continues with a HEALTHCARE FORUM on June 19 at the Butler Heritage Auditorium, 1103 S. 6th St., Hartsville from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tickets are $25 and include lunch.The session will be led by Christian Soura, vice president of policy and finance for the South Carolina Hospital Association, who will discuss the future of healathcare and how it pertains to the business community. For more information, call the chamber at 843-332-6401 or visit the website

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