Join the crowds looking for treasures on the 43 Miles from Blythewood to Ridgeway to Winnsboro, all day until dark. Friday and Saturday.
This Weekend in
10th, 11th & 12th
all the Blythewood Grandparents
bestow so much wisdom,
and love to their family and friends.
September 11th & 12th
Join the crowds looking for treasures on the 43 Miles
from Blythewood to Ridgeway to Winnsboro, all day until dark.
You still have a day to check out available rental spaces at www.fairfieldchamber.sc or stay up- to- date on
the facebook page www.facebook.com/TheBigGrab
Saturday , September 12th, Blythewood High
School Boys and Girls Basketball Teams will hold a car wash fundraiser at the BP gas station on
235 Blythewood Road. The car wash will take place from 10
am to 2 pm. The cost of the car wash is $5. Donations are welcomed.
Funds raised will be used to support the boys and girls basketball
teams. For more information
call 803-984-2226 or 803-348-5485.
For more than ten years,
the Greater Blythewood Chamber of Commerce has been
in charge of the town's annual Christmas parade.
However, the chamber board has recently decided
to focus more on traditional chamber activities and has begun the transition to a citizen-committee-run Christmas
parade with the
town's blessing. The goal is to have the parade continue to
act as a college scholarship fundraiser for deserving, local-area
high school seniors.
This year's parade, on Sunday,
December 13th, will be run by the chamber and the citizens
committee together; with the 2016 parade run solely by the citizens
chamber would like to hold the first committee meeting in
mid-September. If you are interested in being a part of this
exciting new effort, please contact the chamber's office manager,
Kitty Kelly at (803) 712-3806 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Story Time
for all ages
September 22- Friday September 25
3:00 to 5:00
Come to the
library after school and sign up for a game with a partner.
There are prizes for the highest score at the end of the
One more thing.... Since I write this
newsletter, I want to take this opportunity to wish a very
a Happy 100th Birthday.
He was born September 12, 1915 and after
many hardships made it to West Point in 1939. He served in WWII and
had a wonderful military career of 30 years, taking 4 kids, and
Grandma Bette Ann all over the world. Papa Moose would be 100
years old on Saturday with quite a legacy behind him. My father
is still missed by his family.
Town of Blythewood
Board of Architectural Review
Monday, September 14
7:00 pm at Doko Manor
Town Council Work Session
Tuesday, September 15
9:00 to 1:00 pm at Doko Manor
Town Council Meeting
Monday, September 28
7:00 at Doko Manor
Town of Blythewood Board Vacancies
Mayor Mike Ross
and Town Council are accepting volunteer applications
from citizens interested in serving on the boards of the:
Commission ( 2 Seats) ,
of Architectural Review (2 Seats)
Board of Zoning Appeals ( 2 Seats).
Applicants must reside in the town limits. All of
the Seats are for a 3 year term and expire 9-30-18.
If you need additional information about the purpose
or duties of these Boards, please contact Melissa Cowan, Town Clerk
Pasture Field Day
Tuesday, September 29
from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
at Trinity Methodist Church
90 Boney Rd., Blythewood
Many topics on soil health and pasture management will
be discussed with the experts from Richland and Kershaw Soil and
Water Conservation District, as well as support from other
There will also be an introduction to the
Twenty-five Mile Creek Watershed 319 Program as well as lunch
sponsored by members of the S.C. Grazing Land Coalition.
We will carpool to the pastures at Camp Discovery for
hands-on learning. The Workshop is free, but registration is
required. RSVP to Charlie Fisher: email@example.com
or call 803-576-2080.