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1/17/17: Eric Padelford and Kent Higgins – Insurance Exchange – TFH

Thank you to Eric, Kent and the whole staff at Insurance Exchange in Fort Mill, SC, for participating in Toys for Happiness this year.  You can find out more about how they can help you invest, plan for retirement and choose the right insurance policies for your needs, by calling 704-962-9882 or online at http://seaffordablehealth.com. […]

1/17/17 – Henry Cho – Performing Friday, January 20 at the Bundy Auditorium

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1/16/16: Mary Beth Knapp – Humane Society of York County

Meet Annabelle – Annabelle is a gorgeous spayed 4.5 year old Calico. She has been at the rescue for 2.5 years!!! Annabelle can be found lounging in the Cat Lounge. She loves to be brushed until she doesn’t!!! She is funny and likes to play but lounging is her expertise! Humane Society of York County […]

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1/12/16: Cynthia Spratley – “Come Draw with Me” at Museum of York Co. Jan. 14

The Museum of York County will host the annual “Come Draw with Me” event on Saturday, Jan. 14 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Bring a sketch pad and pencils and join the Catawba River Art Guild, Winthrop University art students and other local artists in sketching and rendering drawings taken from the museum’s vast […]

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1/12/16: Caroline Hasty and Rusty Sanders – MLK, Jr. Day – Monday Jan. 16, 2017

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1/11/16: Robert Earl Carter – The Road Home For Clemson

OTS Sports Network Personality, Robert Earl Carter, gives us a description of the experience he had watching the Clemson Tigers win the 2017 National College Football Championships In Tampa. http://www.wrhi.com/files/audio/PM-2017-1-11-ROBERTEARLCLEMSON.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed

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1/10/16: Rhonda Ginn – Project HOPE ~ Catawba Region

Project HOPE is designed to help motivated people obtain healthcare industry recognized certificates and degrees through training so that they may fill high demand healthcare positions.  The target population includes individuals who are receiving TANF or SNAP benefits, foster youth who are aging out of the system, Veterans, Catawba Native Americans, and individuals with household […]

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