Sandra Taylor wanted to do something to give back to the county and felt helping to clean it would be one way.
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Tuesday's runoff election for Marlboro County School District 4 seat resulted in political newcomer Reginald Gaymon being the winner of the seat.
Gaymon won after defeating newcomer Wendell Crowley with 233 votes (79.25 percent) to 61 (20.75 percent).
Longtime Board of Education member Nan Fleming did not run for reelection in District 4.
Other statistics for the election included:
– Only 294 voters in District 4 voted in the runoff.
– Red Hill precinct: Gaymon, 6, and Crowley, 12;
– East Bennettsville precinct: Gaymon, 15, and Crowley, 2;
– West Bennettsville precinct: Gaymon, 158, and Crowley, 40;
– South Bennettsville precinct: Gaymon, 54, and Crowley, 7;
– Absentee: Gaymon, 186, and Crowley, 23.
Votes will be certified on Friday.
The third annual Community Clean-up Day originally planned for April has been rescheduled for Saturday, Nov. 21.
It will be from 8 a.m.-noon. The City of Bennettsville and other municipalities and other organizations have agreed to partner with the county.
Volunteers are needed. If someone or an organization would like to participate, call 843-479-5600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A box lunch is planned at the end of the event.
Two drivers were killed in a two-vehicle collision Thursday morning on SC 381 and Plainview Road.
According to Master Trooper Brian Lee of the S.C. Highway Patrol, a 1998 Infinity Qx4 was traveling north on SC 381 while a 2017 Chevy Malibu was traveling south on SC 381 at 7:35 a.m.
The driver of the Chevy crossed the center line and struck the Infinity with a driver and passenger in it.
Both drivers were killed in the collision. The passenger in the Infinity was transported to a local hospital.
The driver and the passenger in the Infinity were not wearing seatbelts.
Lee said the collision remains under investigation by S.C. Highway Patrol.
Faye McLaurin has always been a fan of the Marlboro County Animal Shelter and the Humane Society of Marlboro County.
McLaurin used her 90th birthday, which was on Tuesday, to help the shelter.
The Humane Society of Marlboro County sponsored a “Drive-Through Donation ‘Paw-ty’” in celebration of McLaurin’s birthday on Nov. 1 at her home.
McLaurin said she volunteers out there and has seen the good work done by everyone.
“One thing that impresses me is they treat the animals like individuals and not like just things,” she said. “They know who the animals are. They all have names. They really give good care.”
McLaurin has volunteered at the shelter for about three years by playing with the kittens or by changing their litter.
She is also a self-proclaimed dog whisperer.
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