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Revival Celebration

New Emanuel Chapel Baptist Church would like to invite you to come and worship with us as we celebrate our 125th Annual Homecoming and Revival Celebration.

Rev. Gregory Daniels (Former Pastor of Lockhart Chapel Baptist Church) will be the messenger for the Wednesday, July 25 service which will begin at 6:45 p.m.

Dr. James L. Mason Pastor.

Homecoming Revival

Cedar Grove Missionary Baptist Church of Jonesville will be celebrating their Annual Homecoming Revival Services on Wednesday, July 25 at 7 p.m..

The preacher for the revival will be Rev. Jeffery L. Williams of Golden View Baptist Church (Fountain Inn).

Come hear this dynamic speaker and be Revived! Revived! Revived!

The CGMBC Family and Pastor Rev. Edward Pressley, invites each of you to come and be blessed.

The Little Church with a Big Heart.

Summer Camp

Chambertown Community Lighthouse, 413 South Mountain Street, Union, will hold a JOY (Jesus, Others, You) Summer Camp Wednesday, July 25-Friday, July 27 from 6-8 p.m. each evening.

The Summer Camp is for children ages 5-16 who will get to enjoy Bible Trivia, Fun & Games, and Educational Activities.

For more information call Sister Barbara Byrd at 347-525-1219.

Free HIV Testing

Healthy U Behavioral Health Services, 201 South Herndon Street, Union, will offer free HIV testing on National HIV Testing Day, Thursday, July 26, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 1-5 p.m.

“The risk is not knowing. Get tested.”

Appointments are enouraged, walk-ins welcome.

Call 864-429-1656.

‘Get Smart’ At Bethany AME

Bethany African Methodist Episcopal Church, 137 Bethany Church Road, Jonesville, will present “Get Smart: An Insider View of Crime & Imprisonment” on Friday, July 27 at 6 p.m.

“Start children off on the way they should go and even when they are old they will not turn from it.”

Proverbs 22:6

Dinner will be served.

The program is a collaboration of the Bethany AME Church Social Action Ministry and the South Carolina Department of Corrections Operation Get Smart Program.

Sister Jasmine Means, Coordinator.

Rev. Ronald McFadden, Pastor.

‘Antiques On Main’

The Union County Museum will host the “Antiques On Main” Antiques and Antique Collectibles and Appraisal Fair on Saturday, July 28 from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

The fair will be held partly on Main Street in front of the museum and partly within the museum itself will be divided into two parts.

The first part, which will begin at 8:30 a.m. and will be on Main Street which will be blocked off with tables set up on for vendors, collectors, and dealers to display and sell antiques, re-purposed antiques, and collectibles. Each table is $20 and vendors, collectors, and dealers wanting to participate must be set up by 8 a.m.

The second part, which will begin at 1 p.m. and be held in the museum itself, will be an opportunity for residents to have their antiques appraised. The items that can be appraised include military items, badges, medals, jewelry, glassware, models, coins, paper currency, NASCAR collectibles, pottery, furniture, bottles, records, comic books, and Indian artifacts. The appraisals will be $5 per item appraised.

The DOEs will be selling hot dogs at the museum during the fair.

Persons who want to reserve a table for the morning sale portion of the fair may do so by picking up a space rental form at the museum or they can preregister by calling Carol at 864-429-5081 or James at 864-494-6663.

The Union County Museum is located at 127 West Main Street, Union, and is open Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and the first and third Saturdays of each month from 1-4 p.m. For more information about the museum, its exhibits, and the services it provides call 864-429-5081.

Fish Fry Fundraiser

American Legion Post 22 will hold a Fish Fry Fundraiser on Saturday, July 28 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Monarch Arthur State Bank.

The menu will include fish, french fries, onion rings, cole slaw, hush puppies, and drink.

Plates are $10.

5th Sunday Singing

The Union Church of God will have a 5th Sunday Singing on Sunday, July 29, at 11 a.m., featuring local talents, as well as singer/songwriter Amanda Breckenridge.

Bring your family and friends! Everyone is welcome!

‘Rainbow Tea’

You are cordially invited to attend Paradise AME Church’s “Rainbow Tea” program on Sunday, July 29 at 2 p.m.

Team captains are Rev. Patricia and Tony Glenn (Green), Chris Tucker (Red), Bruce Fuller (Blue), and Sabrina Fuller (Yellow).

Please come out and support the team of your choice.

Funds raised will be used to help with the renovation of our sanctuary.

‘Year Of Jubilee’ Revival

Antioch AME Church will celebrate the “Year of Jubilee 2018 Revival” on Sunday, July 29 at 2 p.m.

The speaker will be Rev. Ronald McFadden of Bethany AME Church.

Pack The Pew Song Fest

New Horizon Church, 109 Beltline Road, Union, will sponsor a “Pack-The-Pew/Song Fest” program on Sunday, July 29 at 3 p.m.

You are invited to help us fill the pews and enjoy some amazing music and songs.

Sims Class Of 1963

The Class of 1963 of Sims High School will meet Sunday, July 29 at 5 p.m. at New Horizon Christian Church, Union.

For more information contact Leslie Garner or Wade Hampton.

All members are invited to attend.

Revival Services

Galilee Baptist Church in the Sedalia Community will have Revival Services Sunday, July 29-Wednesday, Aug. 1.

Pastor Malachi Rodgers, Sr., will deliver the morning message.

Pastor Duwane Cooper, Pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church in Pacolet, will bring the Homecoming Message at 2 p.m.

At 7:15 p.m. Monday-Wednesday nights, Dr. Jefferson McDowell, Pastor of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Laurens, will be the Evangelist for the week.

The public is invited to come share with us in these services.

Rev. Malachi Rodgers, Sr., Pastor.

Vacation Bible School

Lockhart Free Will Baptist Church will have Vacation Bible School Monday, July 30-Friday, Aug.3.

A meal will be served at 5:30 p.m. each night followed by the Bible School which will be from 6-8 p.m.

The theme is “Babylon.”

Ages 4-12.

Rev. Sam Baine, Pastor.

July At The UCAC

This is what’s happening at the Union County Arts Council in July.

Toddler Time — Who is ready for some Summer FUN! 4 years and younger are invited to join us as we celebrate summer! Parents must remain with children during class.

Friday, July 27 from 10:30-11:30 a.m.

$5 members/ $10 non members

July At The Piedmont Physic Garden

The following events will take place at the Piedmont Physic Garden in July.

Each Friday in July — Piedmont Physic Garden will be hosting an Open House from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is free. Call 864-427-2556 for more information. www.piedmontphysicgarden.org.

Poor Man’s Supper

Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church will have a Poor Man’s Supper on Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 5:30 p.m.

The menu includes pinto beans, cabbage, stewed potatoes, cornbread, drink, and dessert.

Cost is $5 per plate.

This is a fundraiser for Sammy and Lynn Webber’s daughter-in-law who has an undiagnosed illness.

Angie Roof will be singing.

Call 864-427-5319 for takeout.

Join us for a blessing.

Operation Get Smart

The Youth Ministry of McBeth Baptist Church invites you to our Back to School Awareness Program — Operation Get Smart.

The program will be held, Wednesday, Aug. 1 at 6:30 p.m.

Hosted by the South Carolina Department of Corrections the program is about crime prevention/public awareness. Their goal is to make students aware of the consequences, poor decision making and what effect it can have on a person’s life.

The public is invited.

Please come out and encourage your youth/children to attend.

Sinclair Family Reunion

The Sinclair Family Reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 5 at 1 p.m. at Fairview Baptist Church, 763 Neal Shoals Road, Union.

Bring a well filled basket.

Fried chicken, plates, cups, ice and utensils provided.

Please call 864-427-9070 (Sara) or 843-360-4768 (Angel) for additional information.

114th Annual Revival

Pastor Rev. Bartholomew Earl Green and the James Chapel Baptist Church Family of 527 Pinckney Street, Carlisle, will be celebrating their 114th Annual Revival in August.

Everyone is welcome; please come join us!

The theme is “God Has Done A New Thing!”

The revival will begin on Sunday, Aug. 5 at 2 p.m. and the guest speaker will be Rev. D.S. President of Saint Matthew Baptist Church.

Weekly revival will continue Monday, Aug. 6-Wednesday, Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. each evening.

Monday will feature Rev. Ronald Feaster of Mt. Olive Baptist Church.

Tuesday the speaker will be Rev. Eric Bell of Gethsemane Baptist Church.

Concluding service on Wednesday will be Rev. Rodrick Oglesby Sr. of Bethesda Baptist Church.

Be blessed, and we hope to see you all there.

Revival

Beatty’s Chapel AME Zion Church, 130 Beatty’s Chapel Church Road, Union will hold Revival Sunday, Aug. 5-Tuesday, Aug. 7.

Rev. Patricia Booker of St. Luke AME Zion Church will deliver the message on Sunday, Aug 5 at 2:30 p.m.

Rev. Ronald McFadden of Bethany AME Church, Kelton, will deliver the message on Monday, Aug. 6 and Tuesday, Aug. 7 at 7 p.m. each evening.

Rev. James Curenton, Pastor.

Beekeepers To Meet

The Union County Beekeepers Association will meet on Tuesday, Aug. 7 at 6 p.m. in the classroom at Union County Clemson Extension.

Light refreshments will be served at 6 p.m. and the program begins at 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Martha Girz, a member of our club, will present program on bee stings.

Everyone interested in bees is invited to attend.

The Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service offers its program to people of all ages, regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or family status and is an equal opportunity employer.

Carlisle Finishing Group Meets

The Carlisle Finishing Group (formerly Cone Mills) will meet Saturday, Aug. 11 at 9 a.m. for breakfast at Midway BBQ in Buffalo.

Guest speaker will be Union County High School Head Coach Bryan Thompson.

This will be a chance for the Carlisle Finishing Group to meet the coach who will speak about the upcoming football season.

This meeting is also being held to determine whether the group will continue meeting or not. Attendance has been low due to sickness and deaths. If members wish to continue with the meetings please be in attendance.

All retirees and former employees are welcome.

Annual Revival

On Sunday, Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. Paradise AME Church will begin our Annual Revival with Rev. Mary Glisson of St. Mark AME Church delivering the message.

On Monday, Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. our revivalist will be Rev. Michael Hopkins of Chester.

If you are unable to attend, we solicit your prayer that both services will be to the Glory of God.

Please do not hesitate to call us if our church family can be of service to your church family.

Sabrina Fuller, Church Clerk.

Rev. Patricia Glenn, Pastor.

Annual Revival Services

The Maple Ridge Baptist Church Annual Revival Services will begin Sunday, Aug. 12 at 2 p.m.

Nightly services will begin at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 13-Wednesday, Aug. 15.

The Rev. Larry D. Murphy of Mt. Rowell Baptist Church, Union, will be guest speaker.

The public is invited to come worship with us.

‘Back To School Festival’

The Town of Carlisle will hold its 15th Annual “Back To School Festival” on Saturday, Aug. 18 from 1-6 p.m. at the Carlisle Playground at the intersection of Pinckney and Cambridge streets.

As in previous years the Back To School Festival will feature fashion and talent shows, games for both children and adults, prizes, music, and food. This year’s festival will also feature horse rides and a bounce house.

The families with school age children in attendance at the event will receive free book bags filled school supplies. The goal of the town is to help children and their families be prepared for the start of the new school year by providing them with supplies the children can use at school.

As in previous years, the book bags will have such traditional school supplies as notebook paper, book binders, pencils, and pens. The supplies in the book bags will be based on the grades — elementary, middle, and high school — the students receiving them will be attending, adding that this reflects the growth of the festival over the years.

In order to receive the supplies, the children receiving them must be present to get them and they must be accompanied by an adult family member.

The 2018-2019 school year in the Union County School District begins Monday, Aug. 20.

For more information about the Town of Carlisle’s 15th Annual “Back To School Festival” or to make a donation and/or volunteer call 864-427-1505.

Union County School Board Meeting Dates

These are the 2018 Union County School Board of Trustees meeting dates.

• July 23, 2018 — Union County Career and Technology Center

• August 27, 2018 — Monarch Elementary School

• September 24, 2018 — Buffalo Elementary School

• October 22, 2018 — Foster Park Elementary School

• November 26, 2018 — Jonesville Elementary Middle School

• December 10, 2018 — Union County Career and Technology Center

All board meetings are held at 6 p.m. and additional meetings can be scheduled if needed.

The public and media will be notified if location or times change 24 hours prior to meetings.

2017 Union County Council Meeting Dates

These are the 2018 Union County Council meeting dates. All meetings will be held the second Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. The meetings will be held in the Grand Jury Room of the Union County Courthouse unless otherwise noted.

• August 14, 2018

• September 11, 2018 at Carlisle Town Hall

• October 9, 2018

• November 13, 2018 at Jonesville Town Hall

• December 11, 2018

Financial Stability Navigator sought

United Way of the Piedmont is expanding their financial stability work into Union County through the implementation of a Financial Stability Navigator.

Financial Stability Navigators are Americorps members who serve a year-long term through United Way of the Piedmont’s Americorps program. Americorps members serve in a number of roles throughout the community, helping nonprofits address issues around poverty. These Financial Stability Navigators are the boots on the ground for United Way’s financial stability work, helping connect individuals to resources and coaching them to meet their goals.

The addition of a Financial Stability Navigator in Union is the result of a partnership between United Way of the Piedmont and the Union County Carnegie Library. The library will host the new Navigator in addition to other local nonprofits in its South Street location in order to help people more easily access the services they need.

The goal of United Way’s Financial Stability work is to help individuals and families meet their basic needs and become self-sufficient. [Self-sufficiency is defined as the ability to make ends meet without public or private assistance.] This work is spearheaded by a the Financial Stability Task Force, a collaboration of nonprofits, businesses, government, and others focused on addressing barriers to self-sufficiency such as affordable housing, transportation, and financial literacy.

Due to the nature of the Financial Stability Navigator’s role, United Way is seeking a Union County resident who understands the unique needs and resources in the Union community. The Navigator is a part-time position with a paid living stipend. For more information or to apply please visit United Way’s Americorps website at www.uwpiedmont.org/Americorps​ or contact Dana Bertolino at ​dbertolino@uwpiedmont.org​ or 864-586-2285.

About United Way Of The Piedmont

United Way of the Piedmont is a local nonprofit that fights for the education, financial stability, and health of every member of our community. Our mission is to ​connect, engage, and inspire people to transform our community. ​We are more than fundraisers. We forge unique partnerships, find new solutions to old problems, and mobilize the best resources by inspiring others to join the fight. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to not just survive, but to ​thrive​.

Union Senior Center

Are you 60 and above….

Sick and tired of being alone….

Need someplace to go….

Things to do….

Lunch with friends, not by yourself….

Come join us at the Union Senior Center, 237 North Gadberry Street, Union, Monday-Friday (or any days you choose) for:

• Bingo

• Exercise

• Interesting programs

• Hot lunch (for a donation)

Transportation provided to and from the Senior Center.

Call 1-800-662-8330.

Catwaba Area Agency on Aging, 2051 Ebenezer Road, Suite B, Rock Hill.

Charles Warner | The Union Times When we think of teams and teamwork we often think of athletic teams, but the truth is that most of what gets done in this work is the result of teamwork. The electricity, water, sewer, and natural gas that we have in our homes comes to us as a result of teams of utility workers working together. Our telephones, televisions, computers, and the Internet that increasingly shapes our lives and the information, entertaiment, and accessibility to goods and services they provide us with are all the result of teamwork on the part of countless teams dedicated to providing those things. The same is even more true of emergency services such as EMS, law enforcement, and fire departments who, through their teamwork, can and often do literally save lives, not only of those they are trying to aid, but also of their fellow team members. No man is an island, especially in the modern world, a world made possible by teamwork and teams who practice and embody it.
https://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_Bonham-Fire-Department-Sign.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times When we think of teams and teamwork we often think of athletic teams, but the truth is that most of what gets done in this work is the result of teamwork. The electricity, water, sewer, and natural gas that we have in our homes comes to us as a result of teams of utility workers working together. Our telephones, televisions, computers, and the Internet that increasingly shapes our lives and the information, entertaiment, and accessibility to goods and services they provide us with are all the result of teamwork on the part of countless teams dedicated to providing those things. The same is even more true of emergency services such as EMS, law enforcement, and fire departments who, through their teamwork, can and often do literally save lives, not only of those they are trying to aid, but also of their fellow team members. No man is an island, especially in the modern world, a world made possible by teamwork and teams who practice and embody it.
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