Thursday, January 21, 2016

This Weekend in Blythewood, January 21st-23rd

Relay for Life of Blythewood, Kick-Off Celebration, Thursday, January 21 at 5:30 at the Atrium in Blythewood High School


          
This Weekend in
Blythewood 
January 21st, 22nd & 23rd


 




3 Events Tonight!



Relay for Life of Blythewood
Kick-Off Celebration
Thursday, January 21
at 5:30 at the Atrium in Blythewood High School

Join the Relay for Life movement as captains and teams are formed. There will be refreshments, fun and prizes at this special event.  Get registered for Relay for Life by visiting: www.relayforlife.org
/blythewoodsc
For more information, contact Stephanie Reely, Community Manager at 803-750-1693, ext. 29220 







J Gordon Coogler Festival
January 21-23
Poetry Celebration tonight at 6:00 at Blythewood Academy
on 501 Main Street

Poetry Stations around Blythewood
January 22 from 12 to 1:00 pm 
Poetry written while you wait!




Midlands Regional Poetry
 Out Loud 
January 23rd
 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm
in the Community Room at Fairfield Electric Cooperative.

Students from 15 counties will participate in this 10th annual poetry event with the winner competing in the S.C. State Poetry Out Loud finals.  WHS String Ensemble will perform prior to the competion. 







Join your colleagues for
Blythewood After 5
on Thursday, January 21st
from 5:30 until 7 pm
at the new Beef O'Brady's on Hardscrabble Road.  
Start your business networking off right for 2016!



Leadership Blythewood Luncheon
Wednesday, January 27
11:30 to 1:00 at Doko Manor.
Ray Smith will present
"You Can't Lead from a Cave".
Mr. Smith is the former Dean for Executive Education at USC and Duke University. He will speak of the Six Domains of Leadership. 





 Mayor Ross is ready for fun & fitness starting Feb.2nd.  Will he be able to see his shadow?  Join him as he walks the extra pounds away and find out if he sees his shadow!




Town of Blythewood
Meetings


Town Council Meeting
Monday, January 25
7:00 pm
at Doko Manor






  Vandalism at Doko Meadows...

Mayor Mike Ross
urges anyone with any information which would lead to the arrest of the perpetrator(s) to call Town Hall
(754-0501) or call Captain Harry Stubblefield at the Richland County Sheriff's Region 6 headquarters
(803-576-3483)!

Mayor Ross warns that this vandalism will not be tolerated and the town will take every action to seek the conviction of those who committed this shameful act!

Blythewood Library



Saturday, January 23
Get to Know your Gadgets 
3:00 to 4:00 for adults.
Bring your new devices and let us help you discover the world of free downloadables from Richland Library.




Fridays, January 29
History Pin Drop-In for Adults
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Drop in for help uploading your photos and other historical documents to History Pin

Please sign up online at www.richlandlibrary.com/events or call 691-9806






Registration is opened for
Spring Break Camp at Camp Discovery in Blythewood.
 March 28-April 1,2016
for ages 6-11.  
The Theme is Wildlife 101 and each day will focus on a different wildlife topic.  Register online at www.campdiscoverysc.org or call 803-754-2008.
Camp Discovery is located on
208 Claude Bundrick Road.





Blythewood,
Home of the USC Equestian Team

It is less that two weeks before the
opening of the Spring Season 
for the USC Equestrian Team.

 Come watch our incredible team on January 30 at 10:00 am
One Wood Farm Road,
1201 Syrup Mill Road

USC vs Tennessee-Martin.

Admission is free with lots of parking. Come support a great team!



Doko Manor... 
   Let us help with a great        venue for your 2016 wedding, birthday, family reunion or  business events.


for great pictures,
pricing and details
or
 call Town Hall at 754-0501
for
more information.


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