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January 14, 2011

Lexington Irmo Lake Murray Real Estate Update 01-14-2011

Filed under: Lexington Sc Real Estate — lexingtonscrealtor @ 9:08 pm

Lexington Irmo Lake Murray Real Estate Update 01-14-2011

 

Moving day finally arriving for Rocky Creek kids Rocky Creek Elementary students are moving. The Lexington One students have been together all school year, but they have been sharing a school. On Jan. 18 students will move into their own building on Calks Ferry Road when the district opens its newest school. “We have been counting down the days” Principal Lynn Boyleston said. “We are as ready as we can be. This is all so exciting,” she said. Students will get their first look at the new school and their classrooms this week, when they start moving their belongings to the new rooms. An open house for parents is also planned.

Lance Corporal Carpenter ready to be moved – LCpl. Kyle Carpenter is reportedly scheduled to be heading to a rehab hospital in Richmond, Va. The family does not have a definite date, but has been told it will probably be sometime this week. The new hospital is described as a “poly trauma” hospital where he can have extensive rehab from 8 until 5 every day. The more progress he makes, the closer he will get to getting day and weekend passes. He has been a patient at Walter Reed Hospital in Maryland. The Lexington Marine has been a patient there since November after being wounded by a grenade in Afghanistan. Doctors have told family members he will be lifting and using his arms by the end of February. His mother, Robin, said doctors have told them it will be less than six months before he can be released and head home.

Town of Lexington turns 150 this month – The SC Legislature incorporated the Town of Lexington on January 28, 1861 at the dawning of the civil war. Opponents of the incorporation John Fox and Lemuel Boozer wrote the legislature: “Our village is quiet small. The white population does not exceed 200 and salves 125. Real estate is not rated high. Business of all kinds is limited and by no means lucrative. Most of the citizens are in quite moderate circumstances and are dependent upon their individual exertions for support. And it is believed the taxes that are proposed in support of the incorporation will fall pecuniarily heavy upon property holders. Friends of the Lexington Museum will be celebrating Lexington’s 150th birthday on January 29th from 7-11p.m. at the Town Hall. Cost is $40 for food, entertainment and wine or beer. Call 359-8369 for more information.


**All information compliments of the Lexington County Chronicle.**

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