Plank, the Town of Blythewood in partnership with Westwood High
School and the American Cancer Society Sunday,
January 18, for a
kickoff celebration for the Relay for Life event.
The celebration will be from 5:30 to 7:30 in the Manor at Doko
volunteers are needed to assist the American Cancer Society in
planning the event as well as participating on the day of the
Relay. Visit online at relayforlife.org/blythewoodsc or call
Stephanie Reedy at the local American Cancer Society office at
750-1693 if you would like to help in this community-based event.
The Relay for Life event will be held on Friday, May 8 from 6 p.m.
until midnight on the track at Westwood High School.
Any good New
Year's Resolutions out there to post?
Mark Your Calendar
The Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce will
meet Tuesday, January 13 at Cobblestone Park Golf Clubhouse for its monthly breakfast meeting. Rich Fletcher
with the South
Carolina I-77 Alliance, a regional economic
development group representing Chester, Fairfield, Richland and
York counties wil be the guest
speaker. To register, visit www.blythewoodchamber.com
and click on the Eventbrite link. The breakfast meeting starts at
Blythewood Arts Center will host a Snowman
Bash January 20. Join Christy Buchanan for a paint
party from 6:30 to 8:30. $45 pays for the class and all the
materials, with a masterpiece for you to take home! For more
information contact Jean Bell at 550-9323.
don't forget Bravo
Blythewood's "ART OUT" the first Thursdays of each
month at Scottie's
Cafe and Grill. The next meeting, January 8th,
will present Travis Wright. Come and enjoy dinner and music
thanks to the many sponsors of Bravo Blythewood.
ready for some wonderfulPOETRY in Blythewood!
January 22nd brings
the annual J.Gordon Coogler
Poetry Celebrationto Doko Manor starting at 6:00 p.m. Next is a Book
Event celebrating Coogler's Poetry "Purely Original
Verse" at the Langford-Nord
House at 7:00 p.m.on January 23rd and then Saturday, January 24th will be the
Midlands Regional Poetry Out Loud High School Competition at 2:00
p.m. at Doko Manor.
Westwood High School needs
families to host 59
French exchange students and 5 teachers April 6-16, 2015.
For more information about hosting a student or a teacher
volunteer for the event at WHS contact Bill McCormick, Denise
Pearman or Cheryl Guy at 691-4049.