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By Yvonne Barnes Berkeley IndependentPhoto Provided Antioch Baptist Association Auxiliary members Ertha Dingle and Jessie Blanding enjoy the recent conference.

March of Dimes to honor contributors The March of Dimes staff would like to invite you to a complimentary River Dogs baseball game to say thank you for all you have done for March for Babies.

The organization raised over $330,000 and wants to thank its supporters in person.

Please join them at the River Dogs game on Aug.

3 at 7 p.m.

Tickets will be at will call; this event is for the Team Captains that made the march for Babies event such a success.

� March of Dimes Staff will be on the Doby Deck at Joe Riley Park with popcorn and lemonade.

This is a great opportunity to learn more about the March of Dimes and hang out with other team leaders who made the event such a huge success.� RSVP is required by July 29.� � Luncheon The St.

Stephen Community Cafe and History Room will have its monthly luncheon on July 9, from 11 a.m.

â€" 1:30 p.m.

The menu will be barbequed chicken, seasoned rice, baked beans, pasta salad, and roll and dessert, all for $7.

Come see the history of our community displayed in our many exhibits.

Call Libba Carroll at 567-2116 for more information.

Women enjoy conference Antioch Baptist Association Auxiliary members, under the leadership of President Lillie Whitten and the Rev.


Leon G.

Brown, moderator, recently attended the South Carolina Baptist E & M Women's Convention in Columbia.

� The sessions were held at the Brookland Baptist Church Sanctuary and Conference Center.

The sessions covered topics on women's health, and spiritual and moral development.

Music was a core accompaniment to each session, as beautiful selections were delivered by the Conference Choir.� The "Word" was spoken masterfully throughout the various sessions and convention delegates returned home renewed and refreshed.

Wonderful lunches and dinners were also enjoyed by conference participants.

Among those attending the conference were Antioch Women's Auxiliary President Lillie Whitten, Vice President Ertha M.

Dingle, and Secretary Jessie M.


Living Legends The afternoon Tea, conducted May 9 by the "Christian Women Fellowship" organization, also honored six Living Legends: Ms.

Anita Bash, Mrs.

Emma Coleman, Mrs.

Sarah Dukes, Mrs.

Anna Ladson, Mrs.

Rosa Perry, Dr.

Lela Session and Mrs.

Beauty Richardson.

� Donations and support for the special garden affair were provided by Bi-Lo, Sam's Club, Gilligan's Restaurant, Moncks Corner Florist, Wal-Mart, Scott's Mortuary, Richard Dixon's Allstate Insurance Agency, Dr.

Franklin Scott, Dr.

Ashley Scott, Mrs.

Lucille Balcom, Mrs.

Lucille Pate, the Rev.

David Manigault and Mrs.

Hattie Ficklin.

� Again, you may contact Shirley Scott or Marian S.

Scott for additional information about the Christian Women Fellowship Organization.

Women's Day program The Messiah R.E.

Church of Pineville, with the Rev.

Lees F.

Shaw, Rector, conducted its Annual Women's Day Program June 28 in its sanctuary.

The celebration consisted of a morning session, with a message from Evangelist Doris Shaw and an afternoon session, with words from Yvonne Barnes.

The Program's theme "Women on a Mission," guided the morning and afternoon programs.

Mistress of Ceremonies was Ms.

Tremonia Gavin.

� Ms.

Gavin did an outstanding job and brought consistently to the congregation, words of encouragement and praise.� Also participating on the program were Victoria Benekin, Shana Middleton, Marcia Mack, Deloris Theirse and Ms.


The Rev.

Shaw delivered the blessing and benediction.

A delicious repast followed the inspirational program.

Items of Interest Send items of interest to Yvonne J.

Barnes, 1458 Colonel Maham Dr., Pineville, SC 29468.� Telephone: (843) 567-4182 or email: [email protected]

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