Various clubs, teams and organizations from WHS will
have their cars decorated for kids to come trick or treat.
A canned good or a 50 cent ticket buys games,
horse rides, a bounce house, hay ride, video game truck and face
painting. All proceeds go the the Westwood Backpack program and the
Christian Assistance Bridge in Blythewood. For more
information call Janet Frick at 691-4049 ext. 36662.
High School Students
now have a
in Town Hall
to collect canned goods for Blythewood's Christian
The "can" will be on our porch from 8:30 to
4:00 each day. The students' intent is to be ready to help
with food items each and every day of the year as needed. If
you come by Town Hall bring a can to help with
"One Can Make a Difference".
Doko Manor...Our undiscovered jewel in the heart of Blythewood.
and all the Blythewood Farmers Market Group who
faithfully came out each Wednesday with their delicious produce for
the community! And to the staff from Town Hall who helped set it up
on those many, many scorching days.
Town of Blythewood
Town Council Meeting
Monday, October 26
7:00 pm at Doko Manor
Planning Commission Meeting
Monday, November 2
6:00 pm at Doko Manor
NEW HOURS FOR PARK GATES: On weekdays, the gates at
the Sandfield and McLean Road entrances will be open only from 8:30
AM to 4:00 PM. This is to prevent drive-through traffic and
speeding drivers that are endangering park patrons. The park is
accessible at all times through the Langford Road entrance.
Thursday, October 22
Blythewood After Five
is hosted by Mid Carolina Credit Union
on 10350 Wilson Blvd.
from 5:30 pm to 7 pm.
Door prizes, Scotties' appetisers and drinks and
networking opportunities with business associates and
Wednesday, October 28
is having a
Lunch and Learn Event with Legendary Coach, Art Baker, at Doko Manor
from 11:30 to 1:00.
You are guaranteed to hear some great stories and have
a good lunch with your business partners.
To the BW Chamber of Commerce, WHS and BHS for hosting
the GREAT DEBATE at Doko Manor Tuesday night.
There was a large group of community members present
to see and hear the candidates. The candidates addressed important
town issues such as growth in Blythewood, traffic problems, zoning,
annexation and working with Richland County .
The candidates are:
( 2 year term) Larry Griffin and Michelle Kiedrowski
(4 year term) Eddie Baughman, Bryan Franklin, Malcolm
Gorge, and Robert Rue
The election is November 3. Mark your calendar!
Poetry Out Loud
program has officially begun!
Bravo Blythewood Cultural Arts Council
hosts the S.C. Region 2 of the state-wide competition
for students in grades 9-12. Teachers interested in participating
in the S.C. competition must register with the S.C. Arts Commission
by Friday, November 6. Forms available online at www.southcarolinaarts.com.