There will be lots of visitors in our town for the
Team Lily event, the Wall That Heals, the Doko Rodeo and the many
weddings and events scheduled. Thanks for helping us keep it clean.
Give us a call at Town Hall (803-754-0501) if you are
interested in Doko Manor or visit us at www.dokomanor.com.
We have a
Lost and Found Box
at Town Hall.
Many items have been left on the playground lately and
turned in to us. You can call
( 803-754-0501)or come by from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Town of Blythewood
Town Council Meeting
Monday, May 23
7:00 at Doko Manor
Monday, May 30
Town Hall Closed
for the Wall That Heals
Blythewood After 5
Hosted by Camp Discovery
Thursday, May 19
5:30 to 7:00 pm
Network with colleagues and friends as you visit a
wonderful 80 acre nature preserve that is a jewel in
Blythewood. Camp Discovery is a great outdoor classroom for
school kids to learn about nature and their environment. Learn
about the many classes and adventures they offer for the young and
Camp Discovery is located at
208 Claude Bundrick Road off Langford Road.
Please register in advance at blythewoodchamber.com or
Kitty Kelly at 803-712-3806
for all ages
the Richland Library Blythewood's tent
they will have a short storytime
at 5:00 pm
or crafts for the kids.
Road at Town Hall
participate in the
Library Friends Summer Learning Challenge.
library to sign up or do so at www.richlandlibrary.com. Customers can earn
rewards by meeting their Learning Challenge goals.
10 at 1:00 pm
library as they
renovation of the
691-9806 for more information
1st Annual Doko Bluegrass Festival
Saturday, June 11
10:00 to 4:00 pm at Doko Meadows. Join the Lion's
and the Town of Blythewood for some great music, vendors,
Bluegrass jam sessions and and lot of fun.
More information coming or go to
Blythewood High School
Summer Baseball Camp
Barry Mizzell, BHS head baseball coach will host two
sessions of baseball camp this summer.
Session 1: June 6-10th
Session 2: June 13-16th
Each session will be help from
8:30 am -12:00 pm
There will be two camps in one this year, with a basic
fundamental camp for ages 6-14
and an advanced pitching and hitting camp for ages
The cost of the camp is $65 per person or $120 for 2
family members if received before June 1st.
This is a photograph of Sargent Charles Clayton
Branham in Normandy, France around 1942 or 1943. He received
the Purple Heart for injuries he sustained in World War II.
Harold Branham knew him as Uncle Buddy, one of our brave
heroes from Blythewood.
and the Town of Blythewood
will honor all our Veterans at a Memorial Day