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About Your Finances

n the awkwardness scale, talking Depending on how much you want to share, you
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finances ranks a close 2nd to the statements, life insurance policies, legal documents,
“birds and the bees” discussion. etc. You may even want to share what is in your will.
Did you choose to let your This could avoid potential conflicts down the road.
children learn about the opposite A clearly communicated will is much less likely to
sex from their friends? If not, why be subject to a contentious process at your passing.
would you want your children to In conclusion, broaching the touchy subject of your
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wishes from a will, assuming you have one? With that in However, by taking baby steps and easing into the
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with your adult children. knows, it just may bring your family closer!
1. Give them advance notice. Make all children aware
that you would like to discuss your finances in the Best wishes,
near future. This will give them time to formulate John W. Cooper
their thoughts and to prepare psychologically and
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March at the MACK 2018

We accept: furniture, appliances,
jewelry, sporting equipment, garden
tools, office supplies, tools, dishes,
DVDs, children’s items, artwork/decor,
home goods and more! Large item
pick-up is available by appointment.

We do not accept: clothes, books or
computers / TVs

National Quilt Day with
Community Threads
WHERE: Hickory Knob State Park
1591 Resort Dr, McCormick, SC 29835
Saturday, March 17 / 12:00 noon - 8:00 pm

MACK Artist Reception: 13th Annual compositions. This is an ideal class for Saturday, March 17th is National
Youth Art Exhibition beginners and intermediate students wishing Quilt Day - Community Threads
Friday / March 9, 2018 / 6:00 - 8:00 to continue regular art programming. All will have a Quilt Exhibition and an Open
students are encouraged to review the Sew session at Hickory Knob State Park.
March is “National Youth Art Month,” supply list online and available by request in Members are encouraged to bring your
and we are excited to celebrate the work the MACK office. Students are encouraged project and supplies to enjoy a day of
of our regional middle and high school to bring your own images. sewing and sharing. The park restaurant
students. They will compete in separate will prepare a St Patrick’s Day “Dutch”
categories. Art works may be, but are not Community Threads at Hickory Knob lunch for visitors to enjoy. Please contact
limited to paintings, drawings, collage, WHERE: Hickory Knob State Park Belinda at 843-860-5403 or send an email to
mixed media, computer design, sculpture, 1591 Resort Dr, McCormick, SC 29835 for
etc. The 13th Annual Youth Art Exhibition DATES: Thursday, March 8 / 10:00 am - 4:00 pm more information.
will open with a reception on Friday, March Wednesday, March 14 / 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
9, 2018 from 6:00 - 8:00pm. Please note “Sundays at Four” - Carolina Brass
this is the second Friday of the month. This program currently meets at Hickory Sunday, March 18, 2018 / 4:00 pm (Rescheduled)
This event is open to the general public, Knob State Park, Bordeaux Room. There WHERE: The Lutheran Church by the Lake
and all are encouraged to attend. We are is no fee to join this program and no 100 Twelve Oaks Drive, McCormick SC 29835
looking forward to sharing the best work experience is necessary. To register for “Sundays at Four” will proudly present
of our local students. This exhibition will this program’s communications list, please ABBA - The Augusta Big Band Aggregate
remain on display through the month of contact Belinda at 843-860-5403 or send an on Sunday, March 18. All youth are
March, and all place winners in the Middle introductory email to welcome to attend at no fee.
and High School Visual Arts competition
will be announced at the Reception. Our MACK Artisans’ Guild and Gallery Shop
live performance will feature music by the MACK Monster Yard Sale Open Monday - Saturday, 10:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Barbas. WHERE: MACK Park 115 S. Main St / 864-852-3216 X 3
Saturday, March 17 / 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Art Instruction with Clint Scott Our MACK Artisan’ Gallery Shop is a
Tuesday Class Dates: March 6, 13 and 20 We are now collecting donations for our wonderful place to find quality gifts and
Thursday Class Dates: March 8, 15 and 22 annual yard sale fundraiser which will be on cards created by our local artisans. The
3 Week Class Series / 1:00 - 3:30 Saturday, March 17 from shop offers a variety of hand crafted items
$45 Members / $50 Non-Members 8:30 am - 3:00 pm. Donations will be including jewelry, pottery, purses, children’s
accepted for this fundraiser between Feb. 1 gifts, fine art, scarves and so much more.
This class will offer basic art elements and March 15. Tax receipts are available for We are open Monday through Saturday
with a focus on acrylic and watercolor your records. from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. This month’s
featured artist is Susan Cato!•

6 • March 2018 •

Be ready to tackle your




McCormick Family Practice
1319 South Main St McCormick
864. 852. 3336 • March 2018 • 7

MACK Artisan of the Month |March 2018

SUSAN’S LOVE OF “all things in nature and
wildlife” provides the inspiration for creating the
detailed fine-art oil paintings, mixed media, in
addition to pen & ink depicting wildlife, exotic
birds, floral and historic structures.

An Artist from Summerville, SC; Ms. Cato’s
artwork has been published in several art
publications and in the South Carolina Heritage
Corridor publication. On a professional level,
Ms. Cato has exhibited in numerous fine arts
events and juried competitions, receiving
numerous awards. She has also exhibited with the
South Carolina State Art Museum via the 25th
Annual Oil Painters Open Invitational and the
Southeastern Wildlife Exposition in Charleston,
SC. Many of her paintings are exhibited
throughout the South Carolina State Parks
through their Artist-in-Residence program.

Ms. Cato is currently represented at Spencer
Art Gallery in Charleston, SC and the MACK,
McCormick, SC.•

8 • March 2018 •


funk, and rock.
Founded and led by Dr. Rob Foster and his
associate director, Steve Pruitt, this big band
can charm you with their selections from the
Great American Song Book, then will get your
feet tapping with classic swing, then will make
your hair stand on end as they rock out. With
their full complement of saxophones, trumpets,
trombones, and rhythm section, ABBA provides
their audiences with tight ensemble work and
exciting solos that thrill all audiences.
ABBA at “Sundays at Four” March 18 Much of the band’s repertoire has been played
by classic bands, such as those directed by Duke
Ellington, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Buddy
by MICHEAL McCLAIN Rich, Maynard Ferguson, Woody Herman, Tower of Power, Thad
Jones, Gordon Goodwin, and Bob Mintzer. Some of the pieces
“SUNDAYS AT FOUR” is proud to announce the final include “April in Paris,”“Back Bone,”“Chameleon,”“Mambo
performance of our current season, The Augusta Big Band Madness,”“Moanin,’ Norwegian Wood,”“The Raven Speaks,”“Take
Aggregate (ABBA). the ‘A’ Train,”“Things Ain’t What They Used to Be,” “What is Hip,”
ABBA is an 18-piece jazz band comprised of professional “Willow Weep for Me,” and so on . . . .
musicians, music teachers, and other jazz cats and kittens from You are going to love this show at the Lutheran Church By The
around the Central Savannah River Area. The group meets regularly Lake, Route 378 and Twelve Oaks Drive, McCormick, SC, at 4:00
to pursue their love of big band music, and plays a wide variety of pm, Sunday, March 18. Call Peggy Harla, 391-3044, for
compositions and arrangements from early swing to modern jazz, more information.• • March 2018 • 9



View of famous Amalfi Coast with vineyards and Gulf of Salerno on a sunny day with blue sky in summer, Campania, Italy

omplex mineral- dating back over 100 years; others can trace account for the volcanic terroir in the grape
driven white their ancestors back to vines imported to growing region of Irpina, which is about 30
wines have been Italy from ancient Greece. These older miles from Vesuvius. Irpina is where two of
coming out of varietals have had centuries to adapt to my favorite Italian white wines (Fiano and
Italy for centuries. Italy’s volcanic growing terriors. Old vines Greco di Tufo) are grown.
In response to and volcanic soils are prized for adding
increasing consumer structure, longevity and that much-sort-after Fiano is a full-bodied white wine with
demand, volcanic “extra dimension.” floral aromas, rich in fruit flavors and
soils from Mt. pronounced minerality. Fiano thrives in
Etna to Sicily are providing a renaissance One of the best sources of mineral- Irpina because of extensive rainfall, very
of wines with mineral overtones. These infused wine is the Italian region of distinct day/night temperature swings and
mineral sensations include flint, crushed Campania, a beautiful area in the volcanic soil.
rock and saline. They add overtones to southwestern part of the country. While
white wine that are either unpopular or Campania is scenically captivating, it is also Greco di Tufo is believed to have found
enthusiastically endorsed. home to two of the world’s most dangerous its way to Italy through travelers from
I am a fan of mineral-based white wines, volcanoes, Mount Vesuvius and Campi Greece in ancient times. (The “Tufo”
while others I know equate the taste to Flegrei, situated on either side of the city of comes from the small town of Tufo in the
licking the handle of a stainless steel butter Naples. Mount Vesuvius, the better known province of Avellino.) Greco di Tufo thrives
knife. of the two last erupted in 1944. Its most in the same terrior that produces world-
Grape-growing areas in Italy are well- infamous eruption in 79 AD buried the class Fiano. Greco di Tufo wines have crisp
populated with extremely old vines, some city of Pompeii under 20 feet of volcanic acidity, flinty minerality and intense aromas,
ash and pumice. Vesuvius’ eruptions also as well as peach and citrus flavors.

HERE ARE A couple of 2016 Feudi di San Gregorio 2015 Cantine di These wines are often
mineral-toned wines that Fiano di Avellino Multiple MarzoFranciscus, Greco di difficult to find. Neither of
you can try. If you’re a rich fruit aromas. A medium Tufo Aromas include flowers, them is a standard on-the-
minerality fan, you won’t bodied wine with nectarine flint and herbs with a hint shelf wine. They will likely
be disappointed...if not, be and herb notes on the palate. of citrus. On the palate, ripe require a special order. Try the
prepared for some This wine has mineral tones fruit flavors predominate. The Vineyard in Evans or Total
serious puckering. that are typical for this variety. tangy acidity includes a bitter Wines.
Abv is 13%, Priced at about almond overtone. Abv is 13%,
$21.00. Priced at about $27.00

WORST PUN OF THE MONTH: The problem with troubleshooting is that trouble shoots back.•

10 • March 2018 •

“THROUGH THE TORN CURTAIN” Easter Musical at McCormick First Baptist Church

An Easter Musical Presented by “THROUGH THE TORN CURTAIN,” an Easter musical presented by the choir
McCORMICK FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH and soloists of the McCormick First Baptist Church, 108 S. Oak Street,
McCormick, SC (852-2640) will be performed on Friday night, March 23, 2018 at
108 S. Oak Street, McCormick, SC 7:00 p.m., followed by the traditional Ice Cream Social, and again on Sunday morning,
(864) 852-2640 March 25, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Tickets are not required. Join us for a beautiful
presentation this Easter season.•
Friday, March 23, 2018
at 7:00 p.m. SLV Resident Honored

(followed by an Ice Cream Social) SLV RESIDENT, DEEDEE Holmes received the district
“2017 Administrative Professional of the Year” award and
Sunday, March 25, 2018 the “2017 Employee of the Year” award for her work
@ 11:00 a.m. in Cornerstone.

Established in 1973, Cornerstone provides prevention,
intervention and treatment services for adolescents and
adults who have been impacted by substance use disorders,
as well as, problem gambling. Cornerstone has locations in
McCormick, Edgefield, Greenwood, and Abbeville.•

New To SLV And Want To Join us for the
Know More About Boating
Friday, March 16 at 6:00pm
On Thurmond Lake?
Livery Stable, Trinity Street, Downtown Abbeville
Rhonda McDaniel TICKETS
Squadron is offering our basic boating 2017 and 10-time Carolina Beach Music Female $40 EACH
course: “America’s Boating Course.” It will Vocalist of the Year will be performing music
be taught in four sessions on Tuesdays and for all ages! Tickets can be purchased by
Thursdays: March 8, 13, 15 and 20 at the contacting the Foundation O ce at
SLV Recreation Center. Silent & Live Auction
864-366-3364 or from the Greater
The only cost is $28 to reimburse the Silent Auction om 6:00-7:30pm & Live Abbeville Chamber of Commerce.
squadron for the book participants will Auction at 8:00pm. Proceeds will go towards
be given. Couples sharing a book will pay the purchase of new hospital equipment. Stay up-to-date on fabulous auction
$33. Completion of the four sessions and items at!
the exam also earns a S.C. Department of Great Food
Natural Resources Boater Education card.
We also offer an optional on the water Dinner will be catered by Talk of the Town.
session. Owning a boat is not required. Casual a ire requested.

Anyone interested in the course should
email Bill O’Neill at
to let him know of his or her interest in
taking the course.• • March 2018 • 11


Outdoor Adventure Club Hike

to Badwell Cemetery,
Homestead, and the SVRT

HUGE CROWD turned out to hike to the
Badwell Cemetery and the Homestead site
on Monday, February 5. Bill Clark gave us
a wonderful presentation about the French
Huguenots who settled in this area. He provided
the genealogy of the Gibert family and talked about those buried in
the cemetery. He explained why the slave graves were relocated to
their current sites.
We then walked down to the Homestead site where Bill provided
information on the site and its owners over the years until it was no
longer occupied. It is now owned by the U.S. Forest Service and is
being maintained by that agency with the assistance of local private
individuals . Some of the foundation stones and bricks which were
used in the house and other buildings can still be seen.
The last part of the Hike was on the SVRT Trail. Barry Russell
spoke about the donation boxes which were a Boy Scout project.
He told us how prisoners provided the labor to prepare the land for
laying of the track. They did this while chained together with only
hand tools, wheel barrows and wagons to move the dirt to fill in the
various valleys. We learned this and much more from Berry as we
walked the first mile on the trail.
The OAC wants to thank both Bill and Barry for their time,
research and excellent presentations. We all appreciated learning so
much about this area.•

12 • March 2018 •

4563 HWY 378 West
McCormick, SC

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Business Hours

Tues. - 7:00am - 10:00pm
Wed. - 7:00am - 10:00pm
Thurs. - 7:00am - 12:00am

Fri. - 7:00am - 1:30am
Sat. - 7:30am - 1:30am
Sun. - 9:00am - 6:00pm

Breakfast Special Saturdays
Grits, eggs, & a meat - $6.45 BBQ Saturdays
Whole slab - $25
Lunch Specials Plates - 2 bones + 2 sides - $10
Tuesday-Thursday Quart Hash $10
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Thursdays All drinks -$6.00
House beer - $2.50
Happy Hour 6-8pm
All drinks - $6.00 .75¢ wings
House beer - $2.50
.75¢ wings Sundays

Fridays Sunday Dinner Buffet
$14.99 (sorry no carry-out)
Seafood Friday
Shrimp & Grits Delivery available
Fish Fry starting at 11am for orders of $20 or more!!
Garlic Shrimp Bowl $7
Jump Shrimp Plate - $15 (Please call in at least 1hr ahead of time)
Garlic Crableg Plate - $20

Great Gardens Begin Here!
A beautiful Spring

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Hickory Knob Lakes Village STORAGE
State Resort South Carolina
Baker Creek 378
Park State Park Monday - Friday 8 am to 5:30 pm
7 CHAMBERLAINS Saturday - 8:30 am to 3 pm
CROSSING 2422 Hwy 72 West
378 State Rd S-33-124
(Palmetto Peach (3.5 miles past the mall, on the right)
and Ping’s Spa)
Lincolnton, Elijah Clark
Georgia State park

378 • March 2018 • 13

Walk SLV Challenge participants

Group of hikers at Elijah State Park

14 • March 2018 •

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Walk SLV Challenge Resi/Comm Cleaning Services
Nathan Arhelger
A GROUP OF 24 health minded people Owner
finished walking Monticello Golf Course Servicing your area for over 10 years!
front 9 holes (the back 9 were completed PRESSURE WASHING (HOMES, DRIVEWAYS,WALKWAYS, ETC.)
in January). After walking Monticello Golf
Course, those individuals who have signed 864 443 3253
up or are interested in taking up the “Walk
SLV Challenge” will continue to walk all of
the streets in Savannah Lakes Village. IT’S YOUR
Group of hikers at Elijah State Park YOU MAKE
Elijah Clark State Park Hike
THE SLV OUTDOOR Adventure The complete Black
Club hiked at Elijah Clark State Park on Stainless Collection
19 February. There were 39 hikers who from KitchenAid.
enjoyed the 3 mile hike. Because when you have
The Outdoor Adventure Club Invites the right tools, your
You To Join Us For Biking The Swamp kitchen can be anything
you want it to be — and
Rabbit Trail In Greenville whatever you need it
TUESDAY, MARCH 13 meet at the SLV to be. Learn more at
Recreation Center at 8:00 a.m.

It will take about 2 1/2 hrs to get to Y O U R S F O R T H E M A K I N GTM
the trail. This is a 20 mile, slightly paved,
elevated bike trail. We’ll start at the Swamp • March 2018 • 15
Rabbit café. If you need a bike,you can rent
one there. Then we’ll bike into downtown
Greenville,then back though Furman
University to Traveler Rest where we will
have lunch... and then return back to the
parking lot of the Swamp Rabbit Café.

Because of the length and crossing many
intersections, this ride is for the
seasoned rider.

Please bring a helmet, water, licenses and
any medical restrictions.

E-mail Terry Athorn at to sign up or for
questions please call Terry at 978-835-2932•



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Experiencing the Benefits of Yoga

Shannon Stewart teaches “Beginning Yoga” on Mondays & Wednesdays.

Shannon Stewart teaches “Chair Yoga” on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Linda McClintock teaches “Regular Yoga” on Tuesdays and Fridays.

18 • March 2018 •

When some people think of yoga, they associate it with new age mysticism or the latest fad at the gym; but it’s actually an
ancient practice that connects mind, body and spirit through body poses, controlled breathing and meditation.

Meredith Walker at “The Nurses Network” identified day stiffness.”
“77 Surprising Health Benefits of Yoga” both inside and outside Shannon Stewart started practicing yoga in 1999 at a fitness
the body, and here are just a few:
facility in Greenville, SC; and it profoundly changed her life. In
• Regulates blood pressure, cholesterol and sleep. 2004, she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area to further her
• Improves muscle tone, circulation, digestion, balance, studies of it.
concentration and memory
• Strengthens bones and the immune system Stewart says that “Yoga is not about getting into a pretzel position
• Alleviates some chronic pain, especially in the lower back to feed the ego or impress one’s friends. It’s about meeting yourself
• Balances metabolism where you are and loving the life you have been given. It’s an
• Builds better posture and overall body strength opportunity to take care of the temple (your body) that houses your
• Increases energy level, joint range of motion, hand-eye spirit. By caring for the temple, the mind and spirit begin to agree a
bit more. A sort of healing and mysterious syncing begins
coordination, dexterity, reaction time and endurance. to occur.”
• Reduces stress, anxiety and depression
• Can help to change negative habits Shannon learned that yoga teaches her best through teaching
• Generates a positive outlook on life others; she completed the certification process at the Evans, GA
• Can prevent heart disease and osteoporosis Yoga Room; and in July 2017 became a 200-hr certified RYT
• Slows the progression of Alzheimer’s (registered yoga teacher)! RYT is a credential earned by yoga
The popularity of yoga has increased in Western civilization over teachers whose training and teaching experience meet Yoga Alliance
the past several years; and we are seeing that popularity reflected Registry Standards.
here at SLV through the yoga classes offered at the Recreation
Center. It is offered six times a week and taught by two SLV Shannon’s website is:
residents: Linda McClintock and Shannon Stewart. Most classes Follow her on Facebook @lakelandsyoga to keep current with her
started with five or six participants, and the number has increased to teaching schedule.
18 to 30 in each class just in the last year including several men. So, if you are experiencing some of the ailments that yoga can
Linda McClintock and her husband moved to Savannah Lakes remedy or just need some time to relax, sign up for a class and try
Village in June 2001. She is a certified water aerobics instructor it! Linda and Shannon assure you that it will be time well spent, and
and started teaching at the Recreation Center in 2002. She began you will feel better even after the first class!•
teaching yoga 12 or 13 years ago when Pat Oleksy, with whom she
practiced, retired. McClintock started teaching yoga prior to taking
classes with YogaFit for certifications. YogaFit is the largest Yoga
instructor training program in North America.
In addition to yoga and water aerobics, Linda teaches “Stretch &
Tone” classes at the Recreation Center. She also taught “Tai Chi”
for a short time.
McClintock says that she “cannot stress enough the benefits of
practicing yoga. It improves your flexibility, strength, and emotional
well-being. If you suffer from arthritis, it helps to relieve the day-to- • March 2018 • 19


SLV Rod & Gun Club Held Their 1st Quarter Dinner Seminar & Fund Raiser

Event attendees listen to seminar Rhett Simmons, Manager of the new Clarke Stearns, McCormick County Sheriff
Palmetto Shooting Complex

by MARK YOUNG clay shooting. There are five instructors available - two female
instructors. If interested you should call ahead to be sure one
HE FIRST DINNER seminar of 2018 is in the of them is available. He ended with a five minute video that
record books with members and guests totaling 85 in gave background and an artist rendering of the ongoing project.
attendance. There was good food and good fellowship. Handouts are available for those interested.
Our first dinner seminar exposed many of our newest
members to the great camaraderie in the club. Clarke Stearns was invited to come and speak to our groups as
we officially kicked off our Fundraiser for Active Shooter Vests for
After dinner we had two speakers - Rhett Simmons, the Sheriff ’s Department. Currently the County Counsel does not
Manager of the new Palmetto Shooting Complex and Clarke provide adequate funding for the department to issue body armor
Stearns our County Sheriff. for every member of the department.

Rhett spoke about the resources and activities available at About 10 days before the seminar, one of our members
the Palmetto Complex. He emphasized that the number of suggested that we have a voluntary donation drive to help provide
people involved in the shooting and hunting sports has been this much needed protection to those that protect us. The board
on the decline. That was one of the main reasons the complex acted quickly, and last night at the ‘Official Kick-Off ’ we were able
was envisioned and completed. He also mentioned that your to collect over $700. A great start.
first shotgun lesson at the complex is free. There should be no
reason to hinder you from finding out if you like the sport of For information on joining the Rod & Gun Club, our activities
20 • March 2018 • and fee,s please contact any board member or the POA.•

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n Saturday, February 10 the SLV Rod &
Gun Club presented their 3rd annual St.
Valentine’s Day event which is a fun shoot
held at the SLV pistol range.
The host for the day was Mark Young,
club president and the range master was
Len Azzarano.
The day was humid, cool and overcast.
The weather however, did not deter
participation. The event requires a team of

two shooters each. One of the shooters was shooting for the first
time and one for the third time - both did a great job!

“The morning was filled with learning
experiences and a great time
was had by all.”

The course of fire consisted of 13 bowling pins and 5 clay
targets. Each partner had 10 rounds so there was a total of 20
rounds for 18 targets. Each team shot twice with the first being a
slow fire round and the second being timed at 30 seconds.

The first place winners were Len Azzarano and Janie Clark.
Second place resulted in a tie between the team of Ken Wiles and
Ann Fago and the team of Wayne and Phyllis Schollenberger. This
required a “shoot-off.” The course of fire for the shoot-off had 4
clays and each team member had 2 bullets. Ken and Ann won the

The morning was filled with learning experiences and a great time
was had by all.•

22 • March 2018 • • March 2018 • 23


Understanding During the rut, bucks make a low
White-tailed grunt similar to a hog. White-tailed
Deer deer raise their tails to signal danger,
a process called flagging.
by LEE BELANGER What other defenses do deer
Master Naturalist have? Deer use speed and agility
to outrun predators, sprinting up to
What animals are included in 30 miles per hour, leaping up to 10
the deer family? White-tailed feet, and as far as 30 feet in a single
deer are the smallest of the North bound. (Keep this in mind when
American deer family that includes fencing your garden!) They have
mule deer, caribou, elk, and moose. excellent hearing and eyesight. They can also swim up to 13 miles
per hour.
What is life like for a deer? Have deer always been this plentiful? Deer likely migrated
Most deer stay within a square mile. They make well-used trails from the Arctic some 4 million years ago. Populations were stable
to feeding areas, typically feeding in early morning and in late until the fur trade when herds declined. They rebounded in early
afternoon. Females (does) and their fawns stay in family groups. 1800, but hunting soon reversed this trend. In 1900, the Lacy Act,
Males (bucks) are usually solitary, especially during mating season. the first federal wildlife law, prohibited interstate trafficking of
Fawns can walk at birth, forage food in a couple days, and stop venison allowing the deer population to grow. During the Great
nursing in about six weeks. Female fawns may stay with their Depression, Americans left farms and migrated to cities searching
mother for two years while males usually leave after a year. for jobs, ironically allowing the deer population to continue to
grow. By the 1970’s white-tailed deer numbers steadily increased
What should I do if I find an abandoned fawn? Leave it due to game management and suburban sprawl. Deer, once strictly
alone. Once touched, females may abandon their fawn. Does leave a forest animal, learned to live near humans. Their predators the
young for hours while they feed. If you are certain the mother is bobcat, wolf, and mountain lion were not so adaptable. Only
dead, call the SCDNR to locate the nearest veterinarian to care for the coyote was able to live effectively near people. With few
the fawn. predators and suburban restrictions on hunting, deer populations
are still growing in many states. We know the results: landscape
Do deer have antlers or horns? People frequently interchange destruction and numerous auto collisions. Today, the white-tailed
these words, but the meanings are quite different. Antlered animals deer, Odocoileusvirginianus, is the most widespread deer in the
shed their antlers annually while horned animals keep their horns world.
for life. Only male deer grow antlers. Each antler set has one or What should I do if I hit a deer in South Carolina?
more sharp tines used for sparring during mating season called Report the accident to local law enforcement or the state highway
the rut. After the rut, antlers fall off. A well-nourished male deer patrol, and to your insurance company. The state does not
grows larger, branched antlers each year as he matures. With compensate motorists for damage done to persons or vehicles.
horned animals, both males and females have horns that continue For compensation, you must carry collision or comprehensive
growing throughout their lives. Most horns do not branch, the insurance. For slightly injured deer, call SC DNR (803-734-3886).
pronghorn antelope being the exception. Sheep and goats are Local law enforcement will euthanize badly injured deer. You are
examples of horned animals. not responsible for removing dead animals. You may keep freshly
killed deer or give it to a charitable institution once you complete
How are deer able to digest woody plants? Deer eat a an incident report.
variety of vegetation depending on their location and the season. The white-tailed deer became South Carolina’s state mammal in
They eat green plants in spring and summer and corn, acorns 1972, and ten other states recognize this deer as their state animal.
and other nuts in fall. When only twigs, woody plants, or prickly Now you are deer savvy. Be sure to drive carefully and enjoy these
evergreens are available in winter, they eat them also. Their four graceful creatures, always remembering we are sharing their home.
chambered stomachs soften even the toughest plants. Food mixes Questions or comments? E-mail Lee at
with bile in the first two chambers, forming the cud. The animal•
chews and re-swallows the cud. The third and fourth chambers
remove water and sends the food on to the small intestine where
it is absorbed. Animals with many chambered stomachs are
ruminants. Cows, bison, bighorn sheep, goats, llamas, camels and
giraffes are also ruminants.

How do deer communicate? A fawn finds its mother by
bleating like a sheep. All deer will snort (blow) when alarmed.
24 • March 2018 •


Sally Perkins and Linda Baker prepare tables for Winter Dinner & Dance

WINTER DINNER & DANCE the bidding. All the money raised at Bill McDonald and Joan Stockton share a moment
RECAP the annual affair is used to improve of celebration after a winning afternoon on the
and enhance our SLV Tennis and court during their intramural match
by LANA SNELLGROVE Pickleball Complex. The major
project for 2018 is the financing
“IF WINTER COMES, can spring be of benches for the tennis courts.
far behind?” Numerous pickleball and Working with Lana Stearns as she
tennis players are asking this question as oversees the Recreation Center
they bundle up and brave the wind and budget has allowed the Committee to
chilly temperatures in an attempt to play make improvements to the Complex
their game. The annual Winter Dinner and that are not covered in the budget.
Dance sponsored by the Tennis/Pickleball Collaborative efforts like this allow
Committee reflected this anticipation of the the entire community to reap the
spring season as 100+ guests enjoyed the benefits.
colorful decorations, danced to the music
provided by our own DJ, Doug Chalifour, WINTER INTRAMURALS The winning team will be announced next
dined on a delicious meal prepared and month.
served by the River Grille, and participated The winter intramurals, despite the
with enthusiasm in the silent auction and a unusually wet and cold conditions, is picking The close of the intramural season leaves
50/50 drawing. up momentum as four teams vie for the the courts open for the Spring USTA teams
yearly championship. With Doug Chalifour to begin their season. Captains Fran Castle,
Becky Goodwin, chair of the Committee leading the way, fun tennis and community Heidi Martin, and Bill Reynolds are putting
for 2018 welcomed the guests, and Bill camaraderie are served up each Wednesday their teams together with the anticipation
McDonald thanked everyone for their and Saturday afternoon for six weeks. that SLV will once again enjoy a winning
generous donations and participation in year in competitive tennis.• • March 2018 • 25


Savannah Lakes Village and the Measuring Rod
McCormick area have several places of
worship for community involvement by REV. KINSLER
IT IS THE measuring rod used by many of the folks in Savannah Lakes Village
and spiritual needs. to check the lake level. No, it is not the Army Corps of Engineers website. Nor
Please reference the advertisements is it the neighborlink message from Barbara Shelley as she dutifully passes on the
included on this page to learn more. vital statics of Lake Thurmond. Almost everyone I know who drives over the
Little River on the 378 bridge on their way to McCormick, glances to the left at
Welcome to the shallow water warning sign at the mouth of the Baker Creek State Park Cove.
Lutheran Church By The Lake In recent months it has been high and dry. But in the last several weeks, with
some welcome rains, the island has been shrinking as the water level has been
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive slowly rising, inch by inch. The level of the lake has a direct impact on many of
the residents of SLV as it enhances or detracts from the aesthetic appeal of the
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am beautiful setting in which we are privileged to live.

Pastor Jim Kinsler Throughout the centuries the measuring rod used by Christians to inform and
864-391-3000 shape their lives of faith has, and continues to be the Bible. Canon is a word that is sometimes used to communicate this concept of having a standard. Please don’t
confuse it with the military weapon, cannon, spelled with two n’s. The canon of the
“Building relationships with God and neighbors” scriptures is recognized by the Christian church as the genuine, authoritative, and
inspired word of God against which we measured our faith.
Good Shepherd Catholic Church
This emphasis can be seen in the pages of scripture. Psalm 119 is longest chapter
Invites you to attend services in the Bible with 176 verses. It is divided into twenty-two stanzas, one for each
Wed & Fri - 9am letter in the Hebrew alphabet. Each stanza has eight verses giving praise to the law
Sat - 5 pm of the Lord. One of the most famous verses of this remarkable Psalm, verse 105,
Sun - 11 am was made famous in the praise song, Thy Word,. It goes, “Thy word is a lamp unto
my feet and a light unto my path.” The psalmist knows and wants us to know, the
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor Word of God is a trustworthy standard to guide us in our walk of faith.

Confessions: Sat 3:30 - 4:30 In the New Testament Paul is writing to his young protégé Timothy encouraging
him to hold to the standard of scriptural teaching. 1 Timothy 3:16 says,” All
Hwy 221 North, McCormick Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, and for
852-4722 correction, for the training in righteousness; so that everyone who belongs to God
may be proficient for every good work.” The standard has been set for Timothy
and for present day believers. The Scriptures are the measuring rod for the people
of God.

The writer of Hebrews reinforces the message. In Hebrews 4:12 we can read,
“Indeed, the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword,
piercing until it divides soul from spirit, joints from marrow; it is able to judge the
thoughts and intentions of the heart. Just like the marker at Baker Creek is the
measuring rod we use to tell us the depth of the lake, so the Bible shapes, forms,
and reveals the depth of our relationship with God.•

McCormick First Baptist Church SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
108 S. Oak Street, POB 416, McCormick, SC 29835
864-852-2640 • Sunday Wednesday
Michael Allen, Pastor 9:45 am Sunday School 6:30 pm Kids Community Outreach
Michelle Allen, Children & Youth Director
10:45 am Morning Worship Kids Choir, Youth Service*

Sunday Kids Church 7:00 pm Adult Bible Study
Sunday School
Morning Worship 9:45 AM 6:00 pm Evening Worship 8:00 pm Sanctuary Choir Practice*
Evening Service 11:00 AM
Youth Program Royal Rangers, Mpact Girls*
6:00 PM
6:00 PM Co-Pastors

Nursery provided for Lanis J. Lewis & Terry K. Bonds
Sunday Morning Worship
Wednesday 5:30 PM *Contact church office for summer schedule
Children’s Program 6:00 PM
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26 • March 2018 •

Pets of the Month


Bob’s Tale
The good news is you’ll never have to worry about getting my tail caught in your rocking chair or

feeling guilty because you accidentally stomped on it. The bad news is, well, there ain’t much tail there
to talk about. You see, I suffered an unfortunate incident,and the good doctor had no choice but to
leave me with but an inch to swish about. That’s why they call me Bob, as in “bobtail.” Clever, huh? It’s
OK though – I have other ways to communicate appreciation or when I am not amused. You will soon
catch on.

I love being petted and fussed over, however; truth be told, I’m not much into being picked up. It’s
nothing personal mind you, just never took a shine to it. I get along with other cats just fine. I was born
6/30/16; so I have lots of years left to play and I have all my shots, etc. The only thing left for you to do
is come and get me!


Save the last dance for Daisy
Remember that pimply kid at homecoming, the one who was always pressed against the wall waiting

for someone – anyone – to glance their way? Well, my name is Daisy; and that’s kind of been my story.
I used to suffer from what I like to call “doggie acne,” and it made me itch a whole lot and left me with a
few wrinkly black marks; but the worst is behind me. I take vitamins and bathe regularly; and at 6 years
old and 64 pounds, it has made me a new dog.

My years of waiting for that someone special who can see my inner beauty has left me a patient,
gentle girl. I love people and get along with my own kind. I don’t hate them when a nice family picks
them before me. I know there is someone out there who will see past the wrinkles and right to the love
in my heart. And when they do, I will be ready to dance.•

Please leave a message at 864-391-2349 or email us at if you are interested in learning more about our available dogs and cats.

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