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Diving into summer theater

Young participants of the Theater Camp with Porkchop Productions are learning lines, dance steps and several songs this week for their performance at the Theatre on the Green at 6 p.m. Friday. But what’s the most fun thing they had to learn for this production? Falling.That’s right. The youngest group will present a story of a turtle and an octopus who become friends. The fun of falling is a theatrical trick they will perform, giving the appearance of diving into the wa...

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Rhea, Campbell wed

Tara Ann Rhea and Joseph Alan Campbell were married Saturday, May 31, at Old St. David’s Church in Cheraw. The Rev. Donnie Driggers officiated the service.The bride is the daughter of James and Shara Rhea of Cheraw. She is a granddaughter of Charles and Pat Tucker and the late Johnny and Eleanor Rhea.The groom is a son of David and Paula Campbell of Cheraw. He is a grandson of Laura Brock and the late James Brock.Maid of honor was Alexis Adams and the be...

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Remember When …

Carolina Power and Light and town of Cheraw workers dismantled the old light poles and power lines which have been replaced with new poles and underground lines as part of the downtown beautification project. This was published Aug. 6, 1981, in The Cheraw Chronicle.

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Thurman, Griggs to wed

Mr. and Mrs. David Perkins Thurman, Jr. of Ruby announce the engagement of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Thurman, to David Justin Griggs of Hartsville, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Ray Griggs.The bride-elect received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from Francis Marion University in 2011. She is currently employed as a registered nurse with the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.The groom-elect received a bachelor of science degree in sociology wit...

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Historic Lyceum still a place of learning

The Cheraw Lyceum. Where is it? What’s in there? And what is a lyceum anyway?The Cheraw Lyceum is the only brick structure of the four buildings on the Town Green, each of which has been recently restored and painted. It was built in 1820, the same year the town of Cheraw was incorporated. It hasn’t always been a museum, but it was built where it stands.The lyceum originally served as a chancery court for the Old Cheraw Judicial District.

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