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Scarowinds at Carowinds — 2017

Prepare to be Scarow-fied…Scarow-stricken…Scarowed-to-death…Scarostressed and more!

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TRAVIS RUDOLPH Wide Receiver FSU — UNFORGETTABLE!

Football player sees autistic student sitting alone, joins him for lunch.

Usually, Bo Paske’s mom worries about her autistic son eating lunch alone at his Tallahassee middle school.  But this week, Bo was joined at the lunch table by Florida State University football player Travis Rudolph . . . Bo’s mom posted that she “had tears streaming down my face” when she learned of Rudolph’s kind act. “This is one day I didn’t have to worry if my sweet boy ate lunch alone, because he sat across from someone who is a hero in many eyes.”

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Autistic boy joined by FSU player for lunch

CAROWINDS Spring Debut 2017

You certainly don’t want to miss out on the fun and fright of Scarowinds, but take a look at what’s coming in 2017.

CLICK HERE to watch short video of what’s coming to Carowinds in 2017.

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Awesome entertainment for family, friends and out-of-town company!

 

Carl Lewis has won state and regional honors for his taxidermy

Animals at York taxidermy shop come with stories, history

Taxidermist Carl Lewis

By Don Worthington — Business Editor
For every animal hanging from the walls of Carl Lewis’ shop in rural York County, there is a story.He points to a mounted English pheasant with pride, telling you how he killed it with a stone when he was 12 years old.Bucks, bears and elk adorn the walls or stand on the floor. He’s been to Idaho to hunt elk, Canada to hunt bear, and some of the mounted bucks he found much closer to home, hunting throughout South Carolina.  Read Article

View Video of Taxidermist, Carl Lewis

 

 

Healing Horses for Special Needs Children in Clover

Healing horses: Couple plan therapeutic riding center in Clover

By Jennifer Becknell – news@enquirerherald.com CLOVER —

Wendy Schonfeld has seen disabled children sit up straight and become stronger after riding on a horse. And has seen an autistic child form a bond with the animals.

Schonfeld, a chiropractor for more than 23 years who has treated both people and animals, is a believer in the therapeutic power of horses.

She and her chiropractor husband, Michael Schonfeld, have brought their passion for healing and horses to Clover, where they plan a new therapeutic riding center. The center will serve special needs and disabled children and adults.

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York Police Vehicle Recognized in Law and Order Magazine

York PD Tahoe is People’s Choice in national magazine

Submitted by John Cominsky
Tuesday, August 14th, 2012, 2:10pm
The YPD Tahoe (Source: Law and Order Magazine)

The York Police Department won an award in a national magazine for the new design on the department’s Tahoe.

The vehicle is featured in the August issue of Law and Order Magazine, as well as the results for their annual vehicle design contest. According to the magazine there were over 500 entries.

Although the York Police Department’s Tahoe did not win the overall contest, it was chosen by the readers of the magazine as the People’s Choice Award recipient, beating out the other 500+ entries.

In the official entry in Law and Order Magazine, York Police Chief Andy Robinson describes the design of the vehicle:  Read Article

Hustle Award ~ THOMAS BROOM!

Carroll lauds academic success at York awards

By Gene Graham – genegraham@comporium.net

YORK — First-year head football coach Bobby Carroll lauded York Comprehensive High School football players for success in the classroom and on the gridiron during last week’s awards ceremony.

“There are only two failed courses among the returning varsity football players,” Carroll told an attentive audience in the school auditorium.

Carroll said much emphasis is placed on classroom performance. “We want our players to do well in the classroom,” he said. “They can’t go to college making Cs and Ds.”

Carroll issued special praise to the Cougars’ ninth-grade football team for an unbeaten season. “South Pointe’s ninth-grade team had lost two games in seven years, and they beat them,” he noted.

Ninth-grade head coach Luke Nyegaard noted that the Cougars scored 243 points and were behind only four times all season. Carroll also commended the jayvee team for finishing 7-2.

Carroll said the football program’s massive support base begins with his wife, Sherry, “the greatest football wife on the face of the earth.”

He thanked YCHS Principal Diane Howell, York schools Superintendent Vernon Prosser, athletic director Steve Boyd, the booster club and touchdown club for their loyalty to the football program.

He offered special praise for the Cougar band and cheerleaders for their contributions every Friday night. “Our band goes to every football game, home and away,” noted Carroll. “People don’t know how hard our cheerleaders work.”

Carroll also recognized his friend in Cougar Country, Kevin Montgomery, affectionately known as “Starsky.”

Though the varsity football team won 10 games and made a run in the state playoffs, Carroll said there’s work to be done. “I want our players to wear state championship rings,” he said. “It’s all about the players and winning football games.

“Losing hurts more than winning feels good.”

Awards recipients included the following:

Ninth-grade Hustle Awards: Luc Greene, Quinterious Mitchell, Mitchell Trotter, Ethan Whitesides, Dev Williams.

Jayvee Hustle Awards: Markel Castle, Ray Ellis, Tyquan Baxter, Thomas Broom.

Fundraiser Award Winners, who sold 20-plus cards: Corey Dover, Spencer Carroll, Lawrence Adams, Sammy Mclurkin, Daniel Smith, Tom Harper, Trip Blackwell, Justin Whitesides, Eric Gonzales, Hunter Nunn, Thomas Broom, Shamal Sanders, Jonathan Slaughter, Shuler Littlejohn, Riley Koran.

Captain Awards: Andre Foulks, Ty Currence, Spencer Carroll, Correy Dover.

All-Region: Andre Foulks, Lee Wright, Ty Currence, Spencer Carroll, Corey Dover, Lamin Yansaneh.

All-Area Defense: Corey Dover, (N/S All-Star game), Ty Currence, Andre Foulks; offense, Spencer Carroll, Zack Hudson, Lee Wright, 3A Player of the Year; kicker, Matt Bostic; honorable mention, Eric Hughes, Jiquese Brown, Lamin Yansaneh.

Offensive Awards: Best Offensive Skill Player, Reggie McClain; Best Offensive Lineman, Zach Hudson; Best Offensive Player, Lee Wright; Most Improved, Josh McCoy; Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year, John Cunningham.

Defensive Awards: Best Defensive Skill Player, Eric Hughes; Head Hunter Award for leading tackler, Ty Currence; Best Defensive Player, Andre Foulks; Most Improved, Jiquese Brown; Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year, Lawrence Adams.

Special Awards: Specialty Team Player of the Year, Matt Bostic; Most Versatile Player of the Year, Lamin Yansaneh; Dr. John M. Pratt Memorial Award, Andre Foulks.

Visit Historic York South Carolina ~ Online!

Web site about Historic York South Carolina sponsored by the Downtown Business Association.  Check it out!

“One Nation Under God”

An intriguing symbolistic painting by McNaughton.  Very interesting.  When you have a few minutes, click here and take a look.  God Bless our “One Nation Under God”!