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Eric Williams & Nicholas Zupp
Artist Reception

Friday / November 3, 2017 / 6:00 - 8:00
Join us for the Eric Williams and
Nicholas Zupp Artist Reception on
Friday, November 3, 2017 from
6:00 - 8:00 PM. The MACK will
feature the live music and this evening
will be another wonderful Art Trot in
Historic Downtown McCormick. Our
own Martha Peddicord will also be
featured at Frames Unlimited Act II.

Eric Williams portrait in pastel by Nicholas Zupp portrait in pastel by
Skip Shelton Studio artist Skip Shelton Studio artist
Patrick (Larry) Connor Patrick (Larry) Connor

Soup Cook Off Shop Small Saturday Art Instruction with
Clint Scott returns
Sunday / November 5, 2017 / 5:30 - 7:00 Saturday / November 25 / 10:00 - 4:00
Tickets $10 Please support your local artists by Tuesday Class Dates: November 7, 14, 21
The Good Shepherd Life Center - 1401 taking advantage of “Shop Small Thursday Class Dates: November 2, 7, 16
Hwy 221, McCormick SC 29835 Saturday” on November 26. This is a *Please take note of the start date to
REMEMBER: Enjoy the “Sundays national campaign to encourage citizens allow for the holiday this month.
at Four” performance and join us after to support small businesses in your Week Class / Tuesday / 1:00 - 3:30
the show. Thank you for supporting local area. The MACK Artisan Gallery $45 Members / $50 Non-Members
this cultural partnership. Tickets are shop offers locally crafted gifts from
available at the MACK. Please contact o ver 35 artists. We are open Monday This class will offer basic art elements,
Janice directly to register your soup through Saturday 10:00 to 4:00. The with a focus on acrylic and watercolor
(indicate either a broth or cream) - shop will not be open on Thursday in compositions. This is an ideal class
864-852-3216 / observation of the Thanksgiving holiday. for beginners and intermediate students wishing to continue regular
art programming. All students are
6 • November 2017 • encouraged to review the supply list
online and available by request in
the office. Students are encouraged
to bring your own images.• • November 2017 • 7

Bases Loaded! MULTI-TALENTED DENNY some carving lessons and ultimately
Home Run! Lemaster will be the star artist at the Red entering a New Orleans competition. He
Rooster Art Gallery November 3, 6-8 won first prize. Subsequent international
by SHAARON KOHL pm, 118 Main Street, McCormick, SC. entrees awarded him first and second
Downtown will bustle with a number of prizes as well.
businesses extending their usual hours
to accommodate attendees for the first The unassuming demeanor possessed
seasonal Art Trot. by Lemaster reveals no hint whatsoever
of his vibrant past. A talented baseball
Lemaster’s amazing hand-carved and player in high school, the left hander had
hand-painted duck decoys highlight 13 major league scouts waiting for him
this three-dimensional exhibit. Difficult in his driveway when he returned home
to obtain, tupelo gum is his wood of from his graduation ceremony. Lemaster
choice. Each bird—and he does other pitched 11 years in the majors, the first
bird species as well—requires weeks six he spent with the Atlanta Braves. He
and weeks of meticulous labor. The has also been a championship fisherman.
international award winner plans to After retiring from a 35-year career
display also his finely detailed colored building homes, he and his wife have
pencil sketches, originals only. He does resided in the Lincolnton, Georgia, area
not offer prints. Lemaster’s annual for the past decade.
calendar will be available to purchase, an
item in high demandin the past. Don’t miss this winning Art Trot! No
foul balls, no strike outs—great fun and
Years ago, wife “Bunny” gave the artist no seventh inning stretch necessary! Call
a duck decoy-making kit for Christmas 864-378-7032 to learn more about the
as an adjunct to his beautiful collection of batting order.•
antique decoys. That resulted in taking


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DURING OVER THIRTY years as a full-time concert pianist, His enthusiasm, artistry, and adventurous programming have
Frederick Moyer has established a vital musical career that has made him a favorite among audiences of all ages.In recital, his
taken him to forty-three countries and to such far-flung venues commentary from the stage takes the audience into the heart of
as Suntory Hall in Tokyo, Sydney Opera House, Windsor the musical experience.
Castle, Carnegie Recital Hall, Tanglewood, and the Kennedy
Center. He has appeared as piano soloist with most of the major This is one of the finest piano jazz trios performing today.
orchestras of the United States as well as many orchestras of Period! We are truly fortunate to have them as a part of our
Europe, Asia, South America, Africa and Australia. concert series.•

Moyer’s far-reaching interests have allowed him to
contribute to classical music in unique ways. An avid computer
programmer, he often incorporates technology into his concerts.
As a member of the Fred Moyer Jazz Trio, he performs note-
for-note transcriptions of such jazz pianists as Oscar Peterson,
Bill Evans and Erroll Garner, bringing this great American
music onto classical music stages. In July, 2009, Dr. Paul
Green and he unveiled an unfinished piano sonata by Robert
Schumann, a find that was widely reported in the national news

The Fred Moyer Jazz Trio includes piano, bass, and drums.
8 • November 2017 •


Vineyard Birds & Bow Wows time, seven-person staff. A single falcon can monitor 1500
acres in an afternoon. The falcons save grapes and money. Bird
by LARRY RUSSO management costs for this winery have been reduced from $250
to $300 per acre to $75 per acre, thanks to the falcons.
FOR MANY WINEMAKERS in the USA, their craft is
starting to include animal care on the wine farm. Animals have In Sonoma, CA, the Benzinger Family Winery is one of a
become an essential element of vinticraft for many vintners. number of wineries that are using sheep for weed control. The
sheep have replaced expensive hand weeding ($250,000 per
A prime example is Cayuse Vineyards in Walla Walla, WA, year) and saved the owners over $200,000 per year. Sheep are
where Belgian draft horses are used to plow the densely- another species of animal that do not compact vineyard soil.
planted rows. This plowing holds down the weeds. Using the They also produce and dispense their own brand of fertilizer in
horses to plow applies less pressure to the top soil than would the vineyard... an attendant benefit for vintners with insomnia...
similar plowing by tractor. Soil that is less compacted stimulates they can always go out to the vineyard and count the sheep.
more nourishment to the vines.
Too bad these winemakers haven’t yet found a productive
In Napa Valley’s Honig Vineyard & Winery, Honey, the use for squirrels... I have a few dozen around here I would be
family dog of non-discript heritage, is being trained to sniff out happy to transplant.
grapevine mealy bugs, a long-standing vineyard pest. Honey’s
sensitive nose will sniff out infested vines The next time you discover a really good bargain-priced
before the mealy bugs can spread. wine, give a little nod to our feathered
and furry friends who helped bring the
Jackson Family Wines in Napa is using price down.
falcons (birds not football players) to
keep away grape-eating starlings during Worst Pun of the Month
harvest time. The falcons have replaced a
previously-used, ineffective noise making Subway is definitely the healthiest fast
system. This system simply caused the food around because they make you get
starlings to move from one area in the out of the car.•
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PIONEER DAY Fact Sheet operate every attraction in the park. It’s worth the drive no
by POC – GARY EDWARDS matter how far you come. Great Southern Cooking, family
President, Lincoln County Historical Society entertainment, and living history demonstrations, you won’t
want to miss it!”

DATE / TIME: 18 November 2017, from 10 am until 3 pm. • Bunch-Poss Gristmill – Built in the late 1930s, the mill was
PLACE: Lincoln County Historical Park, moved from its home on Ward Avenue to the historical park in
147 Lumber Street, Lincolnton, GA 30817. the summer of 2005 and since then has undergone extensive
WHAT?: This event, sponsored annually by the Lincoln renovations. Donated by Jackie and Alex Willingham, the
County Historical Society, will feature living-history gristmill was in operation until the late 1970s.
demonstrations, great food, great entertainment, and much • Salem Academy - A one-room school house dating back to
more. Pioneer Day is the Historical Society’s premium event, the early 1900s. The school building, along with its “outdoor
and last year’s attendance was approximately 3000. The plumbing,” were carefully transported from Salem Baptist
Lincoln County Historical Society is a non-profit association Church to the historical park in July of 2006.
organized to perpetuate the history of the economic and • The Andrew Jackson Reid Log Cabin - Built around 1800,
cultural activities of the citizens of Lincoln County. The Lincoln the 16’ x 22’ structure boasts two porches, wooden-shutter
County Historical Park was created over the last 30 years by windows, an open-face fireplace, and a variety of period
the Historical Society from a bare tract of land using lots of furnishings. Although the builder of the cabin is unknown,
elbow grease and almost completely volunteer labor. The first records show that it was once the home of Andrew Jackson
building was moved to the park in 1987; the most recent one Reid who fought for the South in the Civil War. The cabin was
was added in May 2010. donated to the historical society by Dr. Robert Williams.
HOW MANY?: This is the 21th annual Pioneer Day. • The Hogan Blacksmith Shop - This building contains two
WHY DO WE DO THIS?: This is our one opportunity of the forges, one run with bellows and the other with a hand-
year to welcome families and children of all ages to our Park. turned blower. It is a replica of the old blacksmith shop on the
It will be a family friendly day of fun-filled events which gives “Hollenshead Place” on the Augusta Highway.
us an opportunity to show off the Lincoln County Historical • The Groves-May House - Built in the 1878 and appointed
Park, the product of 30 years of hard work by the members of with period furnishings, the two-story house serves as the
Lincoln County Historical Society. It allows us to display our focal point of the park. Quilts will be on display here during
treasures for younger generations and helps us keep our history Pioneer Day.
alive. Historical Society President Gary Edwards said, “It’s
a fun event and it’s the only time of the year that we actually

10 • November 2017 •

• Doctor’s Office - Built by Dr. E. R. May, • Antique Tractor Display oCf ChTrhiosuutrmrcahses
the office houses medical equipment • Family Entertainment at the Lewis
donated to the historical society by Family Pavilion. This 60’ x 60’ multi- Sponsored by UCOMC
Dr. Weems Pennington, Sr. ; his wife, purpose structure features a stage,
Margaret; and others. restrooms, storage rooms, and slatted United Churches of
• The F. M. Hogan General Store wooden pews. The building was McCormick County
was relocated to the park from the officially named after “America’s First
Woodlawn Community of Lincoln Family of Bluegrass Gospel Music” at Six McCormick County Churches
County. An excellent example of a a special ceremony held at the park will open their doors to visitors, on
country store. in May of 2003. The Lewis Family
• Cotton Gin - It is believed that this gave their final performance here in Saturday, December 9,
animal-powered cotton gin dates back November 2009. from 11 am-4pm.
to the 1840s and was manufactured in • Talks on matters of historical interest,
Clinton, Georgia (Jones County). This is delivered in the Salem Academy The Dorn Mill will be open with the
one of the few remaining operational Schoolhouse. beautiful Christmas displays on that
animal powered cotton gins in the • Living history demonstrations
country. The gin was a gift from L. E. including blacksmithing, corn grinding, same day as well.
Reese. cotton ginning, syrup making, apple
• The Estes, Lake and Ferguson cider making and operation of the saw Join friends and neighbors to tour
Smokehouse - The smokehouse was mill. these churches in McCormick
one of the first buildings acquired by WHAT’S TO EAT?: Southern Cooking County, visit their decorated
the society. Built around 1790, it was at its best: Apple Fritters, Red Beans and
previously located on the “Estes Place” Rice, Chicken and Dumplings, Ham and sanctuaries, learn of their history,
on Lovelace Road in Lincoln County. Sausage Biscuits, Turnip Greens, Hoe their Christmas traditions, and enjoy
• Corncrib - This 8’ x 10’ cabin came from Cakes; and for the young folks, we’ll also
the “Old Frank Hardy Place” on the have hot dogs, hamburgers and fries. the music of this holy season.
Augusta Highway. The unshucked corn WHAT’S FOR SALE?: A variety of
was dug out of the crib with a pitchfork. items will be for sale including arts Hosanna Baptist Church
Two sides of the structure have been and crafts, honey, home-canned jellies,
converted into a concession stand. preserves and vegetables, grits, cakes, Lutheran Church By The Lake
• The Adamson Family Turpentine Still pies, cookies, candies, syrup and
from Glenville, Georgia. Southern Cooking at its best. McCormick First Baptist Church
• The Glaze Sawmill - This 1950s vintage HOW CAN I HELP?: Volunteers are
portable sawmill was purchased by the needed to help out with the event; those McCormick United
Historical Society in the late 1990s in interested should contact President Gary Methodist Church
Royston Georgia. It was originally used Edwards at (757) 831- 9556 or by email
on the Glaze Farm in Lincoln County. It at• New Hope Missionary
is fully operational and is used by the Baptist Church
Society for maintenance of the Park. Find us on Facebook at
• A Tenant House, donated by Beth Zion Chapel AME
Colvin Huff. Moved in May 2010 from
about 4 miles away on White Rock and our website is Tickets not required -
Road; its restoration was completed in Admission is Free
late 2011. • November 2017 • 11

photos by Nathan Elliott

he MACK High Tea and County, is said to have designed this at their tables, the attendees were served
Tour returned after a three- magnificent home and used timber cut hot English tea with milk and lemon
year hiatus. On October 10 from the forest of the Gibert Plantation. brewed specially by Barbara Hinkel.
& 11 tea was served on the Lore has it that each porch column
veranda of historic Bordeaux Hall, also contains 3000 handmade bricks. The event culminated in a tour of the
known as the John Albert Gibert, MD home by the owner, Kibby Schipper. Yes,
House. The breathtaking home, owned John Albert Gibert was the grandson she even brought the visitors through
by Kibby Schipper, was a natural setting of Pierre Gibert, an early leader of the kitchen where many, many dedicated
for High Tea. The home was listed on the the French Huguenot Colony of New MACK volunteers were bustling about
National Register of Historic Places on Bordeaux. getting ready for the next forty guests to
May 27, 1993. arrive!
Stylistically, the house exhibits the Ladies and gentlemen arrived to a cold
Greek revival influence most common tea punch served as they chatted with This event was a cultural and
in the Antebellum period. Construction other attendees. Once all found their artistic event that could not have been
began in 1859 but was interrupted assigned seats, the savory delicacies made possible without the help of the
by the War Between the States. Dr. were served: ham & apricot sandwiches, McCormick Garden Club who really put
Gibert’s former slaves stayed on and salmon cucumber bites, roast beef bagels, the event “over the top.”
were employed in the completion of and chicken salad tartlets among other
the structure in 1867 at the height of items. After that, dessert was self-served Many kudos to Kibby, the volunteers
Reconstruction. around the table in the formal dining (workers, cooks, servers, all food
Architect William Henry Jones of hall. Many enjoyed traditional scones items were donated) and Garden Club
Atlanta, who designed Eden Hall and with clotted cream and lemon curd. members. 160 people attended the 4
other historic structures in McCormick Also, there were chocolate raspberry seatings over two days. This event raised
tarts, pumpkin rolls, and cherry almond almost $3000 for the MACK operations,
tartlets, just to name a few. Once back so it is very important to us here at the
MACK.• • November 2017 • 13



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Founder’s Day Outdoor Adventure Club “ the SVRT to maintain them by putting a donation in one
of the boxes located at various trail heads.”
Hike on the SVRT  Trails Cottage to celebrate Founders Day. paths clear and enjoyable for hikers.
Founder’s Day honors the individuals They also are working to continue the
by LINDA McCLINTOCK who worked diligently to acquire trail beyond Willington. Over the years,
the railway land and convert it to they have built picnic tables, put up
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, this wonderful walking trail. These signage, cleared the trails and much
65 people gathered to walk the SVRT individuals also received a grant to allow more. When hiking these trails, please
(Savannah Valley Railroad Trail) from for the repair of the old trestle so they remember to help the SVRT to maintain
Huguenot Parkway to the trestle and could complete the path to Willington. them by putting a donation in one of the
back. Along the way, they took a side The volunteers continue to keep the boxes located at various trail heads.•
trip up Highway 7 to Kibby Shipper’s


SLV Rod & Gun Club Holds Annual

Dinner & Outdoor Day

by KEN WILES participants in this contest
he Rod & Gun Club shot two rounds of 25 shots
held their annual each. The highest score for
dinner and outdoor their combined rounds (50
day on October 2. targets) won. The winner of
The day started on the SLV this event got to take yearly
pistol range at 10:00 AM possession of the coveted
with a “fun” shoot. While buckle for this event. Prizes
competitive, it was designed were awarded.
to be fun. Contestants shot
at bowling pins, small metal The day concluded
squares and clay “birds.” with a dinner of Lasagna,
Categories were set up for Chicken Marsala or Chicken
.22, large bore, and revolvers Parmesan. Sides included
so that everyone could
participate. All shooters were Garlic Bread Knots, salad
timed and the most targets with Casear, Thousand Island
hit in the shortest time won. or Ranch Dressing. Dessert
Prizes were awarded. was Peach Drop Cake.
The day continued and
around 1 PM the annual After dinner, the day’s
skeet competition began. The events were reviewed and
prizes were awarded. A
short business meeting was
conducted andthe new board
and officers were installed.•

16 • November 2017 •



A Local Treasure

Master Naturalist

photos courtesy of Brookgreen Gardens

receive many calls like this one: “I Like other rodents, their incisors
just saw a big, black squirrel-like (teeth) grow continuously as they wear
animal with a white face. What is down from chewing acorns, seeds and
it?” Then I know the caller saw a twigs. Gnawing actually sharpens their
southern fox squirrel. teeth. They also eat fruit, figs, tree buds,
flowers, plant shoots and occasionally
This relative of the more bird eggs.
numerous eastern gray
squirrel, lives nearby. There is Fox, coyotes, bobcats, hawks and
a population at Hickory Knob State owls all prey on fox squirrels. When
Park and another near Huguenot threatened, the squirrels stand erect,
Parkway. A fox squirrel’s long, thick flicking their tail over their back. They
bushy tail mimics a fox’s tail; and its are good climbers, jumping from tree to
peculiar gate resembles a running fox, tree. However, they spend most of their
hence its name. Depending on its South time on the ground and try to outrun
Carolina location, it may be tan, gray or predators instead of climbing.
black; but in this region, the squirrels
are black with white faces and ears. In In cool weather, fox squirrels sit
other parts of the state, the gray phase holding their bushy tails over their
is more common. Fox squirrels are backs for warmth. In warmer weather,
twice the size of a gray squirrel and they often drape themselves over tree
weigh up to three pounds. branches, legs on either side.
Locally, prescribed fires provide good
habitat for fox squirrels by maintaining They are loners except during mating
an open understory, leaving mature season. Their large vocabulary includes
pines and oaks. One fox squirrel barks, chatter, screams, or a high-
requires from 10 to 40 acres, with pitched whine. They also cluck similar
overlapping ranges. If the ranges are to game birds. They nest in tree cavities
600 or more acres, the squirrels can where females produce one to two
maintain a healthy gene pool. They do litters per season with two to four pups.
not live in urban areas or back yards,
greatly limiting their habitat. If you spot one, enjoy the moment,
Fox squirrels live in isolated areas and know you are among the few to
throughout the United States, excluding view this unique animal.
New England. They also live in
Canada’s Prairie Provinces and west to What is on your mind? E-mail Lee at
the Dakotas. In South Carolina there with questions or
are scattered populations in the Coastal sightings.•
Plain, fewer in the Piedmont, and rare
in the Mountains.

IT’S A FACT: 611 N. Washington Street
Fox squirrels were
an important food • November 2017 • 17
source for European
settlers in the 17 and
18 centuries.


At Monticello, winners were:
• Closest to the pin – Karen Sides, 18-hole player
• Closest to the pin – Jackie Petersen, 9-hole player
• Closest to the line – April Meehan, 18-hole player
• Closest to the line – Carol McKloskey, 9-hole player

At Tara, winners were:
• Closest to the pin – Betty Palone, 18-hole player
• Closest to the pin – Carol McKloskey, 9-hole player

Prize money for first place winners was $20.00 per player
($40.00/team); second place was $15.00 per player ($30.00/
team); and third place was a bottle of “birdie juice.” The
winners for this event were:

WGA Member-Member Tournament Flight 1: 18-hole players
1st Place: Betty Palone and Marcia Krishart
by DENISE UITTO 2nd Place: Karen Sides and Vicki Cyr
THE WGA MEMBER-MEMBER Tournament was held on 3rd Place: Marianne Samenko and Denise Uitto
September 20 and 21 with 76 golfers playing in the 9 or 18-
hole event. The theme was “Golf Plays like a Symphony,” and Flight 2: 18-hole players
players decorated their carts and wore musical outfits. The 1st Place: Kelly Geisel and Pat Tinnell
first day was played at Monticello using a Best Net Ball of the 2nd Place: Mary Bushmaker and Mary Markle
Team format. The second day was played at Tara using only the 3rd Place: Laurie Moninger and Susan Tempest
front nine holes due to the bunker renovation project. The first
nine holes was a Two Person Scramble, and two 18-hole teams Flight 3: 18-hole players
and one 9-hole team (6 players) played on each hole. The third 1st Place: Sue Lundy and Sue Slagle
round for the 18-hole players was a Combined Net Best Ball 2nd Place: Terry McCarbery and Evelyn Piwowarski
score using 5 holes picked from a hat. 3rd Place: Ida Lowe and Ann Howell

The Pro Shop was very helpful in supporting this event. Chef Flight 4: 18-hole players
John and his crew prepared an outstanding pasta dinner and 1st Place: Hettie Pierce and Jenny Kiely
the service was excellent. 2nd Place: Berta Mattio and Han Gargie
3rd Place: Diane Chapman and Nancy Vereb
Congratulations to all our winners! The tournament was
filled with fun, fellowship, and special treats. It was enjoyed by Flight 1: 9-hole players
all! 1st Place: Madge Krotzer and Carol McKloskey
2nd Place: Kathie Kase and Diane Holden
Winners of the skill contests on individual holes received a 3rd Place: Candy Zimmerman and Beverly Western
bottle of wine and a hand-crafted piece of jewelry donated by
Barb Shelly and Susie Hartz. Two pieces of jewelry were made Flight 2: 9-hole players
from piano strings in keeping with the theme of the event.• 1st Place: Jackie Petersen and Bonnie Toyzan
2nd Place: Linda McClintock and Karen Bowlin
3rd Place: Barbara Wishall and Joan Riha

WGA Championship last of the golfers finish their round,
turn in their score cards to the pro shop,
by MARY BUSHMAKER and we all headed home to get ready
WGA Publicity for the formal celebration. The evening
started with a cocktail party, SLV Gift
THE WGA HELD its annual cards awarded to the net winners and
Championship on October 11-12; and the glass decanters along with SLV gift
ladies came out to play and play they did. cards presented to the champions in
Thank you to all of you who support the each category. This was followed up
WGA; and, as always, we look forward by a champagne toast and a great meal
to continued growth of the organization specially cooked up by our own Chef
and excitement in the game. John and his staff.

The WGA Championship brought out The WGA Champions as shown in the
both the 18-hole and 9-hole ladies. The top picture are: Carol McKloskey–9-
two-day event started on Wednesday Hole, Betty Raezer– 18-Hole Red Tee
at the Monticello course and ended on and Betty Palone–18-Hole Silver Tee.
Thursday at the Tara Course. Once all
the cheering was done, we watched the The bottom picture shows all the Net
Winners in each flight.

18 • November 2017 •

Flight 1: 18-hole Red tee NET winners
1st Place: Mary Bushmaker
2nd Place: Lynne Oldford

Flight 2: 18-hole Silver Tee NET winners
1st Place:Mary Ann Charnes
2nd Place:J.J. Veal

Flight 3: 18-hole Silver Tee NET winners
1st Place:Sue Wurtzbacher
2nd Place:Hettie Pierce

Flight 1: 9-hole Silver Tee NET winners
1st Place: Sue Hannah
2nd Place: Candy Zimmerman

Flight 2: 9-hole Silver Tee NET winners
1st Place: Jackie Petersen
2nd Place:Joan Riha
I want to thank and recognize everyone

who supported this event and helped
to make it such a success: the SLV Pro
Shop staff in helping with score cards,
handicaps, and posting scores; the River
Grille staff for getting the grill area ready
for the evening event, especially Chef
John for personally preparing three
outstanding dinner selections (swordfish,
steak, chicken), and the excellent service
provided; the tournament committee
headed by Denise Uitto and Marianne
Samenko, the volunteers who checked in
participants, sold raffle tickets and made
center pieces. The season is not quite
over yet, so there is still a little more golf
to be played before the year ends. Thank
you, also, to all who assisted in making
the WGA season run as smoothly
as it has.•

Fun at WGA Member-Member Tournament • November 2017 • 19

Good Shepherd Men’s Club Annual Golf Outing

by RODNEY WURST to golfers based on a random drawing.
ON A BEAUTIFUL October day, the A special thanks to all who donated gift
Good Shepherd Men’s Club held their prizes. The winners of the tournament
annual golf outing at the Savannah Lakes were awarded cash prizes. First place
Village Tara Golf Club. The outing was winners were Paul Bourbonnais, Jack
attended by 52 golfers from Savannah Nickol, Art Szymanski and Steve Rotert.
Lakes and McCormick County residents. Cash prizes were also given to second
The tournament format was a scramble place, third place and closest to the pin
and foursomes of men and ladies enjoyed and the center line for both men and
the 18-hole round. women.

After the tournament the golfers and A special thanks to Pat Ouellette and
many wives or husbands joined them at the Good Shepherd Men’s Club members
the River Grille for a delicious baked who helped put this annual event on and
Chicken buffet. to the great work done by Chef John and
the River Grille staff for the fine meal.•
Winners of the tournament and the Pictured are the first place winners:
special events were awarded prizes by Paul Bourbonnais, Jack Nickol, Art Szymanski,
the outing chairman Pat Ouellette. In and Steve Rotert
addition, many gift prizes were awarded


Bunkers stabilizing and riveted edge. Since the end of the 1800s many
by FRANK COMPARATO types of bunkers have emerged – from small sand traps to
NO ONE REALLY knows where this wonderful frustrating gigantic ‘American’ style bunkers.
game of golf came from in history. From early records the
Romans played a game of Paganica, the Belgians a game of A bunker today is a man-made hazard which is a depression
chole, and the Dutch a game of Kolven. However, the one that is usually filled with sandnear the green or on the fairway,
indisputable fact concerning the origins of golf is that golf was although some bunkers are still grass depressions. Regardless,
first played in the form as we know it in Scotland. Courses it is difficult to hit a ball out of the bunker; and entering it is,
are designed the way they are because sheep grazed the grass therefore, considered punitive to a golfer who misses the target
between the dunes at St Andrews in Scotland, forming what we with the previous shot.
now know as fairways and greens.
Golf courses also have bunkers, because at St Andrews the Bunkers serve many purposes: they help dictate the strategy
sheep that grazed on what is now the Old Course burrowed of the golf holes, they provide character and are of immense
into the soft turf to cheat the gales blowing in off the North aesthetic value. In fact, the whole look and feel of the golf
Sea. Bunkers may also have been inspired by the quarry course changes so dramatically depending on what style of
pits which proliferated on many links, such as Aberdeen, bunkering is chosen, that the bunkers might be considered the
Bruntsfield and Gullane. These natural phenomena shaped the key design feature on most golf courses. Time is rarely kind to
first links so long ago that the events themselves have been lost sand bunkers; and inspecting a bunker’s appearance is essential,
in the mists of time. However, from the early days of golf, the because bunkers are in need of constant care to maintain their
sand bunker has been one of the defining hazards which the intended look and playability. Most bunkers experience erosion
golfer has had to avoid in order to reach the green in regulation. and heavy traffic, leaving them exposed and vulnerable.
On the early links courses, the first bunkers emerged in areas
of exposed sand to form an interesting and penalizing hazard. Three types of bunkers are used in golf, and all are designed
to be impediments to the golfer’s progress toward the green.
The severity of the bunker Fairway bunkers are designed primarily to gather wayward
affected the playability of tee shots on par 4 and par 5 holes; they are located to the sides
the ball – giving the bunker of the fairway or even in the middle of the fairway. Greenside
a significant function and bunkers are designed to collect wayward approach shots on
role in the strategy of the long holes and tee shots on par 3 holes; they are located near
golf hole. The early links and around the green. Waste bunkers are natural sandy areas,
bunkers, as we see them on usually very large and often found on links courses; they are
the British links, were later not considered hazards according to the rules of golf, and so,
on formalized and given a unlike in fairway or greenside bunkers, you are permitted to
20 • November 2017 • ground a club lightly in, or remove loose impediments from, the
area around the ball.

Now that the Tara bunker project has been completed, our
MGA events at Tara will take on a whole new challenge. Hope
to see all MGA members on the course but not in the bunkers.•


6.0 Mixed Doubles Team Brings Home State Champs: Andrya Lowther, Joan Stockton, Jerry Lowther, Jim Kitslaar, Ron Martin, Kathie
Kase, Glenn Heffner, Heidi Martin, Jim Bailey, Darlene Bailey. Not in picture: Jack Snellgrove,
State Championship Title for SLV Barb Berton, Ron Younts


THE 6. 0 MIXED Doubles Team in the ages 65+ league
brought home a State Championship title for SLV. Heidi
Martin, captain, announced early in the season that bringing
home another championship sign for the fence was her goal
for this team. In spite of injuries, traveling plans, and family
illness—as well as Hurricane Irma—the team persevered as
they tried new partnerships, practiced, and drilled. In the end,
they defeated the Rock Hill team in two out of three matches.
Congratulations to Darlene Bailey, Jim Bailey, Glenn Heffner,
Kathie Kase, Jim Kitslaar, Andrya Lowther, Jerry Lowther,
Heidi Martin, Ron Martin, Jack Snellgrove, Joan Stockton,
and Ron Younts.

Two other SLV teams have won the local league and will be
playing for the state championship in their respective division.
Frank Rousseau leads the Men’s 3. 0 65+ team composed
of Bill Adamson, Jim Bailey, Jack Becker, Doug Chalifour,
Glenn Heffner, Jerry Lowther, Bill McDonald, Chris Nied,
Mike Vollmer, and Ron Younts. They will compete November
4-6 at Hilton Head Island. Suzie Kaeding is captain of the
Women’s Combo 55+ team: Chris Corn, Kathie Kase, Guinn

“In spite of injuries, traveling plans, and
family illness—as well as Hurricane Irma—

the team persevered as they tried new
partnerships, practiced, and drilled.”

Lane, Marsha Lusby, Sally Perkins, Lisa Rowland, and Lana State Champs enjoy players’party at the tournament in Florence
Snellgrove. Hopefully, I can announce successful endeavors for Members of MVP prepare for Hurricane Irma
these teams in the next issue. The women will have competed
October 19-21.

Tennis and pickleball players in the community are
always willing to pitch in and help take care of unexpected
or additional tasks that fall to the hard-working RC staff.
Members of the MVP (Maintenance Volunteer Program)
assisted preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Irma.
Fortunately, the effects of the storm were not as damaging as
expected. However, windscreens are secured for the winter
allowing staff to work on other tasks. The BOD has been
generous in their praise of the tennis/pickleball community as
individuals in these programs invest time, energy, and financial
resources to help maintain our excellent facility.

The entire SLV community joins the tennis/pickleball
community each January for the annual Winter Dinner and
Dance. This special affair allows players and their friends and
neighbors to enjoy an evening of fun and fellowship as well as
raise additional funds for the facility that all residents enjoy.
Mark your calendars for Saturday evening, January 27. Save
items for the silent auction and look for more information on
making reservations. Marsha Lusby and her team are planning
for a great evening.•

22 • November 2017 •


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Welcome to Running
Lutheran Church By The Lake by REV. KINSLER
IT IS GENEROUS to call what I do on many mornings
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive “running,” maybe the Shenandoah shuffle would be a
more fitting description. Sometime between 5:30 AM
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am and 7:30 AM I am out pounding the pavement, wearing
Sunday School Adults - 9:15am my reflector vest, my head lamp shining, and the mini LED
lights flashing. It is quite the sight, but it keeps me safe from
Youth Fellowship Wednesday - 4:15pm our newspaper delivery person who makes Dale Earnhardt,
Jr. look like a Sunday driver in McCormick.
Pastor Jim Kinsler I have been “running” for over thirty years, but not
864-391-3000 continuously. It is an on again, off again process. Some of the factors that influence my training are the weather, busyness of
my schedule, and the grip of the sleep monster. So I have been
“Building relationships with God and neighbors” in the state of starting from square one many times. I always
Good Shepherd Catholic Church remember what my good friend, Billy Bookhart, used to tell me,
“Jimmy, it doesn’t matter how fast we run, even slow running
Invites you to attend services beats no running. It is better than sitting on the porch in the
Wed & Fri - 9am rocking chair.” The “rocking chair” speech has been as source of
Sat - 5 pm motivation over the years.
Sun - 11 am Another speech that has inspired me to keep going, not only with running, but
in life comes from Isaiah 40:28-31. “Do you not know? Have you not heard?
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor The Lord is the everlasting God, the Creator of the ends of the earth. He will
Confessions: Sat 3:30 - 4:30 not grow tired or weary, and his understanding no one can fathom. He gives
Hwy 221 North, McCormick strength to the weary and increases the power of weak. Even youths grow tired
and weary, and young men stumble and fall; but those who hope in the Lord
852-4722 will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and
not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”
Even when I was in peak shape, there came a point when I became winded
and tired. The good news from Isaiah reminds us God does not get tired. Not
only is the strength of the Lord beyond our comprehension, the Lord is willing
to share that remarkable and renewing stamina with, “those who hope in the
Lord “ The word of God, the breath of life through the Holy Spirit, and the
encouragement of the community of faith “increases the power of weak” when
we can no longer make it on our own.
The endurance of a runner is a fitting illustration of our need for the
energizing presences of God in our lives. On Thanksgiving Day we have the
opportunity to step back and recognize the power of God, taking time to catch
our breath and say thank you to God, who is the source of our strength. All
the people of McCormick are invited to a Community Thanksgiving service
on Sunday, November 19 at 7:00 PM. The service will be held at Good
Shepherd Catholic Church. Let us soar like eagles on the wings of gratitude and
thanksgiving for all the Lord has done for us.•

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9:45 am Sunday School 6:30 pm Kids Community Outreach have several places of
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10:45 am Morning Worship Kids Choir, Youth Service*
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Kids Church 7:00 pm Adult Bible Study spiritual needs.
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Pets of the Month


MY NAME IS Bella and like a fine wine, I have grown even better with age. So what if I’m a tad gray on
the muzzle – this old girl still has a lot of life and love in her. At about 8 years young, I’m just the perfect
companion for the early bird special at your favorite local eatery followed by two senior tickets to a
good chick flick or rom-com (say I’m your therapy dog – I won’t tell!)

I like to talk. At my age, I believe in telling it like it is –which I seem to do a lot. And while we are being
honest, I’m not really crazy about us getting a pet – let’s agree to keep it intimate, shall we? I do love
people though, and love to have fun. Treats and soft beds are a few of my favorite things. And, of course,
all those messy details have been taken care of long ago: spayed, micro-chipped, and all those pesky

You and your comfy home are on my bucket list, and I hope that a nice gal like me is on yours. Please
have me home by the holidays. We can even join the “Red Hat Society” together. Won’t that be grand?


HI! MY NAME is Mercy like in “Have Mercy! What an adorable little thing you are!” Yup, I hear it all the
time –just sayin’. People often mistake me for a boy, because I’m a redhead. But this “ginger” is 100%
girly-girl. My birthday is 7/3/2017. My sister Grace and I were bottle fed by a very nice man starting
when we were only 10 hours old. We eat on our own now –like real big girls. And boy do we love to have
fun and make new friends. There’s a whole big world out there just waiting for me to pounce on. I can
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so you don’t have to.

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options available to treat the disease and help patients regain their health.

It’s world-class care, close to home.

Providing chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, as well as the latest in
non-invasive treatments.

Cancer Center of Self Regional Healthcare CANCER CENTER
1325 Spring Street • Greenwood, S.C. 29646

Medical Oncology
Phone: (864) 725-7100

Radiation Oncology
Phone: (864) 725-4741

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