Friday5 p.m. until 8 p.m. — Ham and Grits Supper, Cheraw Masonic Lodge #15, 210 Third Street. All you can eat $7.6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. — Black Heritage Jubilation, Theatre on the Green. Free admission.Saturday All day — Living History Expo, Riverside Park. Skirmish at 2 p.m.7 a.m. until 10 a.m. — Ham and Grits Breakfast, Cheraw Masonic Lodge #15, 210 Third Street. All you can eat $7.10 a.m. until 6 p.m. — Arts and Craft Show and Celebration, Cheraw Community Center, corner of Powe and Second.10 a.m. until 5 p.m. — Fine Arts Show, Mary G. Burr Gallery, Cheraw Community Center.
Crowd celebrates opening of Arrowhead Park in Cheraw. This was published April 21, 1994, in The Cheraw Chronicle.
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Bradshaw Funderburk of Cheraw, S.C. was age 90, March 29, 2014. He celebrated his birthday March 31, 2014 at his sister’s home in Cheraw.Family and friends were invited. Attending this celebration was Mr. Funderburk’s son from Farrow, Pa., one of his daughters from North Carolina and a niece from Florida.The birthday celebration was a surprise and was arranged by Mr. Funderburk’s sister and a close friend and relative.
ROCKINGHAM, N.C. — Richmond County sure knows how to make a good first impression.Rockingham Middle School Principal Julian Carter coordinated approximately two dozen fellow educators and administrators in kayaks, canoes and on bellyaks down the 3.67-mile stretch of Hitchcock Creek, from Roberdel to the Steele Street access point. Among the paddlers were two Shippensburg (Pa.) University students who, next month, will be newly credentialed teachers looking for jobs....
President Cornfield (Matt Freeman) and Gus Grapes (Jimmy Holliday) are two characters appearing in the “5 A-Day for Better Health” play premiering Thursday at Cheraw Intermediate School’s health fair, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., will have agencies and health organizations from around the Pee Dee exhibiting information about nutrition and general health. This was published March 14, 2002, in The Cheraw Chronicle.
Families and friends of all ages gathered at Arrowhead Park last Saturday to mark the opening day of youth baseball and softball programs through the Cheraw Parks, Recreation and Leisure Services.The annual ceremony, which introduced members of the Recreation Commission and Cheraw Town Council, was short, but games and other activities were scheduled at the park all day long. Many families planned picnic lunches and enjoyed the playground area with younger, or older, children than ...
After 39 years, there are plenty of people in town who can’t remember springtime in Cheraw without a formal celebration of the season. Over the years, some events have come and gone. This year offers the return of some old favorites, a few new events and at least one canceled event.The early festivals focused on art and craft displays, local art work, food vendors, and local entertainment. And while the festival has grown from one location to a variety of events all over town...
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