Latest Sumter County News

Matt Price Pitching Clinic

Oct
23
2012

Join Gamecock record holder and member of the Baltimore Orioles organization, Matt Price on November 3, 2012 for a wonderful opportunity to enhance your pitching skills.

Basketball Registration Beginning

Oct
14
2012

Registration for the 2012 basketball season begins on Oct 29, 2012, and ends on Nov 15, 2012.

Workouts and Pick Teams  will be on Nov 19, 2012 for 5&6, 7&8, and 15-17 Yr Olds

Workouts and Pick Teams  will be on Nov 20, 2012 for 9&10, 11&12, and 13&14 Yr Olds

The regular season will begin on Jan 2, 2012.

Dedication and Ribbon Cutting: Community Development

Oct
10
2012

Sumter County CDC's mission is to promote education, economic, housing, cultural and social endeavors in low-to-moderate income communities of Sumter County; and to create safe vibrant, self-sustaining communities by fostering an environment for effective community through leadership, skills training, counseling and creative initiatives.

Harvest Moon Ball

Oct
04
2012

Celebration of Life Gala.     The Sumter County Recreation & Parks and Sumter Senior Services will be sponsoring a Harvest Moon Ball on Friday, October 19, 2012 from 6:00pm until 10:00pm  for the senior citizens of Sumter County. 

The Ball will be held at the North Hope Center located at 904 North Main Street.  

Entertainment will be provided by Mr. Terrence Lonon. 

Stamey Livestock Recycling Center Opening Delayed

Oct
03
2012

The Stamey Livestock Road Convenience/Recycling Center, located at 2680 Stamey Livestock Road, was closed on October 1, 2012. This site will be relocated to 1980 Stamey Livestock Road and was expected to open on October 15, 2012.   Due to circumstances beyond our control, the opening date has been delayed.  We expect to open the new center within the next 30 days.  Please check back often for updates.

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Spoke too soon...

Mar
16
2017

Spoke too soon...


Well I did it again, I talked about the nice weather with 800 temperatures in February and now it is mid- March with 400 and 500 temperatures.  The Azalea blooms may not survive the next few weeks.  We even had ‘snow’ one morning!  We did not receive much accumulation but it sure was nice to see the big flakes falling. 

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