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November 15, 2010

Lexington Irmo Lake Murray Real Estate Update 11-15-2010

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Lexington Irmo Lake Murray Real Estate Update 11-15-2010


Cayce prepares for Indian invasion – The Annual Native American Cherokee Trail River Festival will be held Saturday, Nov.20. From 10a.m. to 4p.m. there will be displays of American Indian drumming, storytelling, dance, artifacts, bead works and herbal medicines. Sponsored by the City of Cayce and the Cayce Historical Museum, the event is free. Again this year, Chief Steve Silverhells will be on hand for pictures and conversations. The chief is the son of Jay Silverhells, who starred as Tonto on the Lone Ranger TV series. Chief Silverheels is an ordained minister who is known as a dynamic speaker who spreads the Christian message wherever he goes. The festival will be held at the Cayce Riverwalk Park.

Sheriff donates check for scholarship fund – Lexington County Sheriff James R. Metts presented a check in the amount of $7,000 to Charleston Southern University President Dr. Jairy C. Hunter for a scholarship fund that Metts endowed at the university. Metts presented the check during a dinner that Hunter hosted at the Charleston Southern University campus on Monday. The check reflects proceeds from the seventh annual Sheriff James R. Metts Golf Tournament, which was held on Sept. 13 at the Country Club of Lexington on Barr Road. The scholarship fund that Metts endowed currently provides scholarships for five students who are majoring in criminal justice at Charleston Southern University. In awarding the scholarships, the university gives preference to students from Lexington County. As a result of the generosity of business owners and golfers, $153,980 has been donated since 2004.

Sheriff’s Department holiday toy drive – The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department is conducting its annual holiday toy drive for children in Lexington County who are in need of assistance. Toys that are donated to the Sheriff’s Dept. will be provided to the Salvation Army and also distributed to children who are patients at the Children’s Hospital at Palmetto Health Richland Hospital. Sheriff Metts said citizens can bring unwrapped toys and monetary donations to the Lexington County James R. Metts Law Enforcement Complex at 521 Gibson Rd. The Sheriff’s Dept. also will accept non-perishable food items that will be provided to Harvest Hope Food Bank and Lexington Interfaith Community Services.

 

**All information courtesy of the Lexington County Chronicle and The Dispatch News**

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