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    Marlboro Players to present Stuart Little

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    MCHS cruises to first round win, faces Darlington Sat.

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    MSCC has third annual Black History Program

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Celebrating Bennettsville’s Bicentennial

Published on Friday, October 4, 2019

Celebrating Bennettsville’s Bicentennial

McArthur Farms on Highway 38 is celebrating Bennettsville’s bicentennial by creating a corn maze featuring the city’s event logo.  The maze is spread out over 12 acres and has three different pathways to explore.  “We use GPS coordinates and cut out the design when the corn is 12 to 18 inches tall,” explains business owner Rebecca McArthur.  The maze will be open beginning this Saturday and remain in operation through the second weekend in November.  McArthur Farms will be hosting its annual Fall Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 19.
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